On May 3, 2012, at 8am, Congressman Barney Frank will speak at a special Ford Hall Breakfast Forum, Dysfunctional Democracy, in conversation with Callie Crosley of WGBH.
If you thought Congressman Barney Frank was always outspoken, wait until you hear...Read more →
U.S. Senator Scott Brown is scheduled to make an appearance at Bunker Hill Community College on Wednesday, May 2, 2012.
He will speak in the Main Lobby of the B Building on the Charlestown Campus at 1:15 p.m. to discuss issues of bipartisanship and civility.
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May 17, 2012
1 Ashburton Place, 21st Floor
Conference Room 3
Please join the Massachusetts Creative Economy Council for their first meeting in 2012: May 17th at 3pm at 1 Ashburton Place, 21st floor Conference...Read more →
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The National Governor’s Association released a report yesterday, “Five Roles for Arts, Culture and Design”.
In this report Massachusetts is named multiple time, showing we are truly leading the way...Read more →
Protect Affordable Access to your Constitutional Rights!
From Stephen Best, APA National CEO
The United States Copyright Office has proposed “new fees for the registration of claims, recordation of documents, special services, Licensing Division services, and processing of FOIA requests.” This includes the registration of photographs using form VA through eCO or paper filings.
The basic change...Read more →
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Boston Handmade is currently accepting applications from now through April 27, 2012.
Boston Handmade is a juried arts organization of local artists and craftspeople supporting...Read more →
An excellent resource for advocacy training is being offered at SEIU 1199 offices on May 18 & 19th.
Co-presented by MIRA Coalition & Wellstone Action
Space is limited- Register Today
For additional information, contact Renato Castelo...Read more →
Thanks to our collective advocacy more than sixty members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives signed on to stop further cuts to funding for the arts, humanities, and sciences through the Massachusetts...Read more →