Bunker Hill Community College is seeking inspiring film/video/animation work of any genre for an evening of film screening, “Women’s Film Shorts.” The work (maximum of 15 minutes) should explore women’s issues. Preferably women have a primary role in the production. The screening will...Read more →
Americans for the Arts is asking for you to write your members of Congress and tell them to support funding for our nation’s cultural agencies. One click to the link above is all it...Read more →
The NEA announced Monday a call to participate in their new “Art Works” logo design. The phrase “art works” has three meanings: “art works” are the plays, paintings, dances, films and the other works of art that are...Read more →
As I alluded to last week, there is a second hearing this week for another important Massachusetts bill, Senate Bill 1800 – An Act...Read more →
Next week is going to be a very busy week for advocacy in Massachusetts.
The Governor’s Budget is slated to be released on January 27th. This is the first...Read more →
Fix the Massachusetts Freelancer Law!
Are you an independent contractor? Do you know that as an artist who agrees to “work-for-hire”, you lose all copyright to your work? In Massachusetts it is very difficult to work as an independent contractor. Your...Read more →
The Federal Communications Commission is holding a Net Neutrality workshop in Cambridge, Mass., on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
The FCC is inviting the public to examine how an open Internet spurs innovation and investment and...Read more →
Basic Finance for Artists
(working in any media)
Mondays: January 11 and February 8, 2010
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116
Suggested Donation: $40 for both sessions (Pay what you can)
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