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Creative Hub Worcester: Providing Art through Challenging Times

In 2016, Stacy Lord and Laura Marotta started 501(c)(3) Creative Hub Worcester (CHW) to bring accessible arts education to the Worcester Area. CHW’s mission is to provide affordable and accessible opportunities in the arts for all Worcester community members, with a focus on at-risk and underserved youth. CHW directly serves Main South, a neighborhood filled with rich cultural communities and residents who deserve to access…

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How Candelaria Silva-Collins is Empowering BIPOC Artists

Candelaria Silva-Collins is a consultant, facilitator, and nonprofit professional based in Boston, MA. She has administered an award-winning cultural economic development program that informs her consulting practice, and, for the last seven years, has been a member of the leadership team for the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston’s Creative Entrepreneur Fellowship (CEF) program. CEF is a customized professional development program that is designed…

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Meet Our Spring 2021 Interns

It takes many hands to power our programs. Meet the talented interns of the Arts & Business Council and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts who are working hard behind the scenes this spring! Julainey Almansa Currently a 3L at Roger Williams University School of Law, Julainey Almansa was born and raised in the Bronx, NY, and is a first-generation high school, college, and now soon…

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