2016 Annual Convention News
You're probably starting to plan your trip to the 2016 Annual Convention, in Boston, and may be wondering what to do, where to go, and what to see. We've got you covered when it comes to professional development, exciting receptions, and engaging ARTventure Tours, and now you can round out your stay with some unique arts experiences using the ArtsBoston Calendar!
The ArtsBoston Calendar is the most comprehensive arts and cultural compilation of current and upcoming performances, exhibits, festivals and free events. Updated daily, curated with Top 10 picks each week, and now featuring hundreds of great deals from BosTix, no other resource gives you greater access to the local arts you love.
Visit calendar.artsboston.org and curate your own experience today!
We are pleased to announce the line-up for the Morning Plenary: The Arts and Community Health, Vibrancy, and Equity, on Saturday, June 18, 9:00 AM--11:45 AM.
This session features key influencers who are bridging the arts and politics in America, Donna Brazile and Jane Chu. They will discuss the value of the arts in communities, the role of the arts in relation to all the other factors that make up communities, and how the political climate will impact the arts. Then, you'll hear from some of our favorite arts action heroes from around the country!
Ana Teresa Fernandez
Our thanks to Ovation for its support of the Morning Plenary Session. This plenary is also part of the New Community Visions Initiative, which is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.