Time is very short (Thursday noon) to ask your state representative to sign on to amendments currently submitted by concerned legislators to restore much needed arts, humanities and science funding to the proposed FY2018 budget.
Find out how to make that call/email here:
This important step is necessary so that amendments attached to the FY2018 budget to...Read more →
(Press release from the Massachusetts Cultural Council)
Supporters Seek Increase through Budget Amendment
(Boston, MA) – The House Committee on Ways and Means today released a state...Read more →
The MIT Media Lab is searching for their first MIT Media Lab Disobedience Award recipient.
This idea came after a realization that there’s a widespread frustration from people trying to figure out how can we effectively harness responsible, ethical disobedience aimed at challenging our norms, rules, or laws to benefit society. ~ Read more →
As expected, the Trump proposed budget is very bad news for arts and culture. It proposes to eliminate all federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), National Public Radio (NPR), the Institute of Museums and Library Services, and many many...Read more →
Despite the court-ordered stay of President Trump’s first immigration travel ban of late January, 2017, restricting entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, reports of detention and aggressive interrogation of travelers, including U.S. citizens¹, by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials at US airports were widely reported.
PEN America, an organization dedicated to protecting “open...Read more →
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 →
The following joint letter was posted Feb. 24, 2016, to friends and supporters of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the MIT List Visual Arts Center, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Harvard Art Museums, and the Museum of Fine Arts. Please forward to your friends and networks:
As directors of Boston’s art museums, we serve...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 →