• Posts Tagged ‘Artists in Context’

    Greater Boston Writers Resist, Jan. 15

    by  • January 4, 2017 • Events

    Artists of all disciplines shape the society in which we live. On Saturday, Jan. 15, artists and residents from across Boston will gather at the Boston Public Library to honor and commit to fighting the good fight.

    According to the Critical Flame:

    “Five days before Donald Trump swears to preserve and protect the Constitution of...

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    An important update on net neutrality from the Americans for the Arts

    by  • March 6, 2015 • Calls to Action, Legislation, News

    Net Neutrality and the Arts

    (via Arts Action News)

    Dear Arts Advocate:

    We want to keep you updated on last week’s widely anticipated net neutrality ruling at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and what it means for artists and arts organizations.

    What is “net neutrality?”

    It’s the idea that your Internet service provider (ISP), like Verizon or Comcast,...

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    D.C. Discusses Intellectual Property

    by  • July 15, 2014 • Issues, Legislation, News

    The United States House of Representatives today will focus on copyright issues that affect artists as its Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property plans to discuss moral rights, termination rights, resale royalties, and copyright term. D.C.’s planned debate of art copyright issues was reported by The Hill yesterday and flagged by a MALC advisor...

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    End Of Legislative Session Looms

    by  • July 10, 2014 • Legislation

    While many Massachusetts residents are enjoying some summertime fun, the wonks, political junkies, and policy nerds at MALC are counting down the days to July 31. That’s when the current state legislative session ends and our representatives and senators get a chance to relax in their districts (unless they have to deal with an election opponent).


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