Shifting Policy and Practice: Insights and Actions for States. 2020 has been a watershed year for the arts, America and state arts agencies. Lives and livelihoods have been lost, and cracks in the foundation of American justice, public health and support for the arts have been called into stark relief.
Category: Art Exhibitions/Performances Announcement
The Boston University Arts Administration Program is pleased to announce a new summer webinar series examining the current impact of the pandemic and the strategies that the arts sector has been developing to meet this unprecedented challenge.
How do we engage with our shared histories and culture through monuments, statues and public art? How does that relationship sustain or perpetuate systemic racism? What needs to be done to make change? We’ve seen in recent days how a growing desire from the public to address these legacies with actionable change, particularly around […]
Join BU Arts Initiative for the first event in their Arts Initiative Virtual Series, as we welcome three world music experts to discuss Global Music Today.
The award-winning ensemble La Donna Musicale, directed by Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center scholar Laury Gutiérrez, will present “Love and Anguish: Then and Now” on March 21st and 22nd .The concerts will be preceded by a lecture from Prof. Robert Kendrick of the University of Chicago on eighteenth-century women composers, including the brilliant Italian virtuosa […]
Sunday, November 17, 4PM St. John’s Concert Series, St. John’s Episcopal Church 705 Hale St Beverly Farms, MA
Boston Baroque continues holiday tradition with annual Messiah and New Year’s concerts! Handel’s Messiah ushers in the holiday season with superstar soloists Amanda Forsythe, Ann McMahon Quintero, Thomas Cooley, and Andrew Garland. Boston Baroque rings in the holiday season with two December programs that have become beloved holiday traditions for so many: Handel’s Messiah and […]
Boston University’s Dance Theatre Group is pleased to present Origins 2019, a fall dance concert with performances on Friday, November 22nd at 8:00 pm and Saturday, November 23rd at 4:00 and 8:00 pm.
The Conference for Community Arts Education brings together more than 700 leaders and educators from a range of backgrounds to share knowledge, build relationships, and advance a common vision: a nation where arts education is accessible and embraced as essential for human development and healthy communities.
Join us in Seattle on November 5th & 6th when the National Arts Marketing, Development and Ticketing Conference convenes for a uniquely collaborative event.