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Boston hosts nation’s arts leaders for Americans for the Arts Convention

From June 17 to June 19, Boston takes center stage for the Americans for the Arts 2016 Convention. Each year, this annual meeting of the minds for the arts community brings together the nation’s arts leaders for three days of sessions, discussion, and networking. And this year, hosting the convention in Boston will help bring national attention to the vibrant work happening here.

With this spotlight on the Boston arts community, Boston Chief of Arts & Culture Julie Burros and Mayor Walsh will unveil the much-anticipated Boston Creates Cultural Plan. The timing couldn’t be better for the City to share how government can address citywide issues and build a more healthy, vibrant, and equitable arts community. MASSCreative looks forward to seeing how government support and public funding will play a role in shaping the future of Boston’s arts and culture.

When our national peers come to Boston in June, let’s make sure Boston in well represented. Check out more information on the Convention and consider registering today.

 

  

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