• Bolling Building (map)
  • 2300 Washington Street
  • Boston, MA, 02119
  • United States

Creative City supports artists to create projects of all disciplines that take place in the public realm in the city of Boston. Creative City projects integrate public participation into the artistic process and/or presentation of the work. This is the final opportunity to apply to Creative City during its pilot phase! Don't miss the upcoming application deadline, September 25, 2017! NEFA is hosting a series of information sessions for those interested in learning about and applying for the program.

These free information sessions are designed to help artists prepare applications. Participants are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the program background and the grant guidelines in advance. Artists are welcome to bring project ideas and questions about the application process to a Creative City info session.

Attending an information session is not required to apply for Creative City


Registration is strongly encouraged for info sessions, as some sessions may be canceled if registration is low.

7.20.17 | Creative City Info Session | Roxbury, 5:30PM-7:00PM

7.27.17 | Creative City Info Session | Downtown, 9:00AM-10:30AM

8.03.17 | Creative City Info Session | Roxbury, 5:30PM-7:00PM
8.17.17 |
Creative City Info Session | Allston, 3:00PM-4:30PM

Creative City is made possible with funding from the Barr Foundation with additional support from the Boston Foundation.


Deidra Montgomery | Program Coordinator, Creative City | 617.951.0010 x532