Organized by areas identified in the Create, Connect, and Catalyze Framework
- Poetry Out Loud Massachusetts for High School students and cultural organizations (who can now register and run their own POL contest). Register by Dec. 18.
- The Best Books of 2020, According to the New York Public Library including titles for kids, teens, and adults as well as a top 10 list for poetry.
- Look at how guitars are made by touring a factory.
- See the City of Boston’s and ArtsBoston’s guides for shopping local artists’ work this holiday season.
- Cultural Center of Cape Cod’s Call to Artists: Entries are currently being accepted for their open theme exhibition Anything Goes. All media (except film) considered. Deadline: Dec. 11.
- A Mother-And-Son Duo Are Re-Examining History To Illuminate Wampanoag Stories via WBUR
- Here’s why you need to have more bad ideas from Seth Godin. See other Art + Design articles online.
- How reverse mentorship can help create better leaders from Patrice Gordon, TED Talk (4:39)
- How close is too close? The neuroscience of peripersonal space explores how you create, defend, or relax the buffer zone between you and the world
- Anti-Racism Resources, StageSource’s list of anti-racism resources and action steps.
- Radical Imagination for Racial Justice Grants announced for artists of color who imagine a racially just future with their communities. Meet the 16 artists and read WBUR’s article.
- Communicate the value of arts education in Boston through the voices of those experiencing it firsthand: BPS students, families, and educators. Use #BPSArts4All in your social media through January and you may access materials via Google Drive Folder.
- Innovate Grant for Artists and Photographers. Deadline: Dec. 10..
- Artist Relief grants available. Deadline: Dec. 10.
- Mass Cultural Council’s Cultural Organization Economic Recovery Program offers grants up to $100,000 for MA cultural organizations affected by COVID-19. Deadline: Dec. 11.
- Mass Cultural Council’s Local Cultural Councils are offering grants for community-based projects in the arts, humanities, and sciences. Deadline: Dec. 14.
- Cambridge Arts has Art for Racial Justice and Port Neighborhood grants. Deadline: Dec. 14.
- NEFA’s Public Art Learning Fund supports New England artists to strengthen their public art practices. Deadline: Dec. 14.