What Happens After Nov 3? Webinar now available

Thank you everyone that was able to join us for our webinar What Happens After November 3?. For those who were not able to attend or would like to re-watch it, we have made the recording available here.

2020 has been a year of surprises that continues to both challenge our sector and provide us with opportunities to shape a more inclusive, strong, publicly supported and equitable arts and cultural community in Massachusetts. As laid out by Emily Ruddock, we have had a few successes in our advocacy this year; potentially infusing upwards of 68 million into the sector. And Regardless of the outcome on Nov 3, that work needs to continue. This webinar walks us back through the past year and asks us to consider what is next and what that could look like.

Many thanks to our guests, Attorney General Maura Healey, Michael J. Bobbitt, Nick Capasso, Nina Eichner, and Ellice Patterson who were generous enough to come share how they have advocated for the Arts.

As always, please continue to think creatively about how we can advocate for and empower our Arts community.

Together in partnership,

The Create the Vote Steering Committee

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