DigBoston, the “one-stop nexus for everything worth doing or knowing in the Boston area,” is reaching out to working artists within that very area.
The publication, which focuses on arts, entertainment, news, and lifestyle, has released an online survey for working artists. DigBoston is exploring an expansion of its arts section...Read more →
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The Artist Building at 300 Summer Street Cooperative (limited equity, prices below market) seeks visual artists interested in purchasing a primary residence, artist’s live-work space in their 47-unit cooperative. ...Read more →
On behalf of Julie Burros, Chief of Arts and Culture, City of Boston:
As 2016 ends, it is a natural time to reflect on milestones and accomplishments of the past year. We’ve...Read more →
Please consider signing this Change.org petition (initiated by the Boston Art Dealers Association) seeking reinstatement of Cate McQuaid’s weekly gallery column in the Boston Globe.
Boston’s Arts & Business Council is now accepting applications for its Creative Entrepreneur Fellowship (CEF). The program is a “customized professional development experience designed to create career momentum for a diverse group of artists and creative solopreneurs.”
MALC encourages artists of all disciplines to apply. To do so, go here: https://abcgreaterboston.submittable.com/submit
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Apply by September 15.
Artist Resource Manager
THIS IS A TEMPORARY GRANT FUNDED POSITION WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF BECOMING PERMANENT.
This is a new position in the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture that will help artists navigate City Hall and the arts and culture sector in Boston. The position will be housed within the Mayor’s Office...Read more →
One key priority for MALC is artists’ health care, wellness, and occupational health. This free panel for performing artists is not to be missed. Please share far and wide.
Free Panel – Athletes and the Arts – Integrating the Science of Sports Medicine into the World of Performing Arts
Tuesday, May 31, 2016, 7pm
The Boston Public Library –...Read more →
Boston Creates, the city’s cultural planning process, has extended the deadline for public comment to its draft cultural plan. All those who live and/or work in Boston, along with other stakeholders, now have until Monday, May 16 at 5 p.m. to submit comments.
The draft plan outlines a vision to instill arts, culture, and...Read more →