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Partnerships

Over the past 30 years we have provided professional development, legal education, and board service workshops in collaboration with other organizations. We partner with a wide range of institutions such as local nonprofits (Creative Hub Worcester, Lawyers Clearinghouse, Now & There), national foundations (Joan Mitchell Foundation, Tremaine Foundation), large corporations (State Street, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Locke Lord), educational institutions (North Bennet Street School, Mass College of Art & Design, Brown University), and government (City of Boston, Massachusetts Cultural Council). 

These relationships allow us to serve a larger number and wider range of individuals and small to midsize arts and cultural organizations. We are very committed to exploring new opportunities for strategic partnerships. We ground this work in our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access goals and hope to partner with organizations and artists that share these goals and in their implementation of our shared work.

Our Partners Include:

ACC Northeast
Americans for the Arts
Art World Conference
Arts Connect International/Arts Equity Summit
Bank of America
Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
Boston Bar Association
Boston Patent Law Association
Boston Public Schools
Boston University School of Law
Brown University
Catalyst Conversations
Goodwin
Haystack Mountain School of Craft
Joan Mitchell Foundation
Lawyer’s Clearinghouse
Lesley University
Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Massachusetts Cultural Council

National Arts Strategies
New England School of Photography
North Bennet Street School
Now + There
Philanthropy Massachusetts
RISD
State Street
Tremaine Foundation/Artists Thrive
TSNE Missionworks

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