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Four Nonprofits Receive Grant Money to Increase Public Art in the City
June 11, 2017 | Boston Magazine

“Public art creates a specific sense of place that enhances community identity and supports economic vitality,” said NEFA board member and Fund for the Arts advisor Ted Landsmark. “As citizens, we want to be in spaces that are active, culturally interesting, safe for diverse people of all ages, and distinctly identifiable. These projects accomplish these goals and involve respected community groups and engaging public artists.” Read more…

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Alida Cervantes Dos mujeres, un cochino (two women, one pig)
Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography

When race and class mingle in Mexico — and on canvas
June 8, 2017 | Boston Globe

“Her bold paintings address the historical stew of race and class in Mexico. She takes off from colonial-era casta paintings and other art-historical tropes. Casta paintings portrayed interracial families, detailing the family members’ percentages of Spanish, indigenous, or African blood.” Read more…

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5 ways to celebrate Pride Week 2017 around Boston
June 5, 2017 | Boston Metro

“Those interested in the arts, activism or simply looking to have an exciting evening can find something in the Boston Pride calendar, with events running through Sunday night. In keeping with Pride’s “Stronger Together” theme for 2017, organizers hope the week can serve as a rallying point for the local LGBTQ community.” Read more…

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May 22, 2017 | Take Magazine

Kick off your summer with the most creative party in the South End of Boston.Read more…

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Arts leaders march to State House to seek more funding for culture
March 28, 2017 | The Boston Globe

“Hundreds of arts leaders and advocates from around Massachusetts descended on the State House on Tuesday to deliver a pointed message to lawmakers: With federal arts funding in jeopardy, it’s more important than ever that Massachusetts increase its investment in arts and culture.” Read more…

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