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Grant Workshop: New England Presenting & Touring

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Grant Workshop: New England Presenting & Touring

Time: April 8, 2010 from 4pm to 5:30pm
Location: Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County
Street: 70 Sanford Street
City/Town: Fairfield, CT
Phone: 617.951.0010 x527
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Adrienne Petrillo -
Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2010

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Event Description

NEFA's Grant workshop for New England-based performing artists and organizations
(hosted by the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County)

RSVP by April 7:

The meeting space is handicap accessible. If you require other accommodation, contact Adrienne Petrillo ASAP.

Read more about NEFA.
What does NEST stand for?
Do I qualify for any NEFA grants?
What IS

Learn the answers to these questions and much more at NEFA's workshop for organizations and performing artists about the New England Presenting and Touring programs:

Expeditions: Provides grants to New England nonprofit organizations for high quality and innovative touring projects in New England.
Meet the Composer/New England: Offers grants to nonprofit organizations in New England to provide interaction between New England-based composers and audiences, in conjunction with performances of the composer's work.
New England States Touring (NEST): Provides grants to New England nonprofit organizations for performances, readings, and related community activities by NEST-eligible artists listed on
Presenter Travel Fund: Provides monetary assistance to arts programmers or curatorial staff in New England so that they may investigate new or unfamiliar work outside of their home community. An online cultural directory of New England's performing artists, venues and presenting organizations.
RSVP by April 7

Questions and Contact:
Adrienne Petrillo | Program Manager, Presenting & Touring
617.951.0010 x527 |

Erin Johnstone | Program Associate
Presenting & Touring, Native Arts
617.951.0010 x533 |

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