SPREAD THE NEWS AND JOIN US! Participation and input on three
design proposals for a new, highly visible public sculpture along Huntington
Avenue at Massachusetts College of Art and Design is wanted. More info at
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April 3 - 5, 2009 at Boston’s Omni Parker House
The 2009 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts
TransCultural Exchange is pleased to announce the 2009 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts, which will take place April 3-5, 2009 at Boston’s Omni Parker House Hotel.
CITY ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF DEVELOPER FOR INNOVATIVE MIXED-USE COMPLEX IN BAM CULTURAL DISTRICT
The City of Boston Business Assistance Center, the Kirstein Business Library and the Artists Foundation are co-sponsoring a
FREE Entrepreneurship Conference for Artists on Nov 10th at the Main Branch Boston Public Library in Copley Square.
You know the School of the Museum of Fine Art's artSource as an online index of current and upcoming arts-related employment, internships, grants, residencies, exhibitions, public art commissions, and community resources. As of November 1, artSource is that and much more! Featuring new and improved functionality, artSource allows you to create custom profile accounts; formulate and save searches; post resumes, cover letters, and PDF image files; research business and organization directories; utilize job agents; and apply online for selected opportunities.
We've updated our resource pages to bring you more great links to essential artist resources locally. Link to great other websites on jobs, finding performance gigs, grants, healthcare, business training and local blogs and news stories can be found by clicking here.
Health Insurance Deadlines Are Soon—
Make Sure That You Have Health Insurance Now
Now is the time to begin securing health insurance before the end of the year.
All Massachusetts citizens must have proof of health insurance by December 31, 2007, as required by the new health insurance mandate.
ArtistLink is very pleased to announce that we have offically launched our Predevelopment Recoverable Grant Fund for artist space in Massachusetts. This $50,000 fund will disburse up to $10,000 in 'recoverable' grants for proponents of artist space to cover essential early costs in the development process, such as architecture fees, code consulting, financial modeling and market testing.
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE ONLINE: www.massculturalcouncil.org
Artist studios adding live-work units
By Michael Lafleur,