Experience our grant program through the lens of funded films. We’ve selected ten titles to show the topics and styles our grantees have employed over our 40-year history.Read More
What do we owe each other? We urgently need to discuss what our social contract means today. Join us for several discussions around the state this fall.Read More
Featured Grant: A.R.T. of Human Rights
Community education, civic engagement, and creative expression come together at Cambridge’s highly regarded American Repertory Theater.
Picket lines and protest scenes are rife with song and performance, while literature and theater regularly interrogate the bounds of our humanity, our capacity for acceptance, and what constitutes rightful action. Whether it is working class poetry, such as James Oppenheim’s Bread and Roses which was borne of Massachusetts’s own 1912 Lawrence Textile Strike, or characters in a Sartre novel opining on solidarity, the arts and humanities shape our expectations of justice and inform how we ought to achieve it.Read More
10/2/14 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
10/4/14 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM