Organized by areas identified in the Create, Connect, and Catalyze Framework
- Creative Economy Workshop Series, free virtual workshops, Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
- Black Art: In the Absence of Light, a new documentary on the contributions Black artists have made to American culture, HBOMax.
- How Cornrows Were Used by Slaves to Escape Slavery in South America, learn about a hairstyle steeped in the history of rebellion and redemption, The African Exponent.
- Social Justice Digital Classroom, a new online resource includes a catalyst film on Ida B. Wells, 100 brief biographies of social justice movers & shakers, and hands-on arts integration tools, Enchanted Circle Theater.
- Children and COVID on “The Daily: When Will Children Get the Coronavirus Vaccine?” a New York Times podcast.
- Competition for summer camp spots is heating up, despite many uncertainties, The Boston Globe.
- When questions are our best answers: Responding to the impact of COVID-19 on community-based arts education organizations: a special issue of Arts Education Policy Review, Dennie Palmer Wolf and co-editor, Jeff Poulin, Arts Education Policy Review.
- Six teens bringing youth perspective to Amherst government, Daily Hampshire Gazette.
- Campaign 2021: Creativity for Good, join the support of young creatives and arts-based social change efforts. Creative Generation posting resources on Mar. 1.
- “The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together” by Heather McGhee. A Daily Show interview and an in-depth interview on NPR with the author on the true cost of past and present racism at a community level.
- NEA Grants for Arts Projects. Deadline: Feb 24.
- New England Foundation for the Arts is accepting nominations for the 2021 Newell Flather Award for Leadership in Public Art. Deadline: Feb 26.
- Goodbye to 2020 exhibition, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture. Deadline: Feb 28.
- EdVestors seeks three summer program assistants to help coordinate the elements of the Bloomberg Arts Internship. Deadline: Mar 1.
- Mass Cultural Council Festivals grants are available. Deadline: Mar 15.
- National Medal of Arts 2021 nominations are being accepted. Deadline: Mar 15.
- “The 1619 Project”: $5,000 grants for education professionals are available from the Pulitzer Center. Deadline: Mar 15.
- NALAC’s 2021 Actos de Confianza, a relief fund for Latinx artists, cultural workers, and arts organizations. Deadline: Mar 17.
- See more artist opportunities on ArtSake.