[Image of the Fowler Clark Epstein Farm in Mattapan, photo credit Peter Vanderwarker]
Participants in the MA Arts Funders’ Network are organizing a conversation about supporting public art, parks and open space, and historic preservation in the City of Boston. If you are a funder already supporting (or interested in supporting) communities that are working to make Boston a more livable city, then this virtual conversation will be of interest to you.
We welcome funders of all types to join us, including government funding programs, private foundations, individuals, community foundations, and others interested in this work. The conversation will include a discussion of current funding priorities as well as exploration of future strategies for collaboration, alignment, and shared learning about community priorities. This is all done in the effort to make Boston a more vibrantly livable city for all residents in all neighborhoods.
The session is being facilitated by Candelaria Silva-Collins, Chair of the Board of Designators of the George B. Henderson Foundation and Gioia Perugini, Director of Philanthropic Services at Hemenway & Barnes LLP.
About the Network:
Massachusetts Arts Funders' Network bi-monthly meetings provide a learning opportunity on an issue or trend facing the arts and cultural community coupled with a chance to network and update colleagues on their current work, challenges, and opportunities in a roundtable format.