November 2018
Photo: Montpelier, Vermont, by Paul Richardson
Join the Conversation at CCX
6.6.19-6.7.19 | Montpelier, Vermont
Help create an event that represents the diversity of communities across New England. Submit your community initiative that connects arts, culture, and creativity to community goals and economic impact. You’ll share the story of your creative community, expand your network, and help make this unique peer-to-peer exchange even more relevant and useful. (And you might receive a creative economy award !)

You can also fill out our workshop reviewer questionnaire to be considered for the committee that reviews CCX workshop ideas.
Deadline 12.20.18
CCX 2019 will take place with the help of local host Montpelier Alive .
Contact development manager Sharon Timmel about CCX sponsorship opportunities.
Photo: L'Merchie Frazier (left) and students discuss a monument in Boston Common; by Maureen White
Attend a Public Conversation about Monuments with Boston Artists & Educators
Join NEFA and WBUR for a public conversation about monuments and their role in shaping public space, memory, and culture. This public conversation, moderated by  Maria Garcia  of WBUR’s the ARTery, includes: local artists  L'Merchie Frazier  and  Steve Locke; Kenneth Bailey  from the Design Institute for Social Intervention; and Dr. Vivian Johnson, Professor Emeritus of Education, Boston University.
Photo: Combat Hippies, by Liliana Mora
Livestream the National Theater Project Regional Convening on HowlRound TV
The National Theater Project (NTP) Twin Cities Regional Convening will livestream on HowlRound TV network  on Sunday, December 2, 2018. The day includes three discussion sessions, three excerpts performed by regional artists and ensembles, and information about the National Theater Project Creation & Touring grant .
Photo: Theater Offensive's Pride Youth Theater Alliance 2018, courtesy of the Theater Offensive
Support NEFA, Support the Arts

Your generous gifts to the New England Foundation for the Arts’ Annual Fund enable transformative, creative connections for artists and audiences. Because of you, we can sustain long-running initiatives and launch new projects that serve artists and creative communities across the nation.
To become one of NEFA’s champions, donate today at . Your support is critical to building a strong cultural sector. 
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NEFA board and staff by Jeffrey Filiault/NEFA
NEFA Board and Staff Meet, Celebrate
NEFA's board and staff host Bob Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts; choreographer Ephrat Asherie; and Amy Lam, artistic programmer, Celebrity Series, at the October board meeting. See more photos on Facebook!
Apply for a Grant

Grant deadlines are at 11:59 PM ET. NEFA staff are available Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM.

(for projects on or after March 1, 2019)


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