Arts & Cultural

Organizing Programs

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1/1/23 - 1/30/23
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Arts & Cultural Organizing Fellowship

The Boston Ujima Project’s Arts and Cultural Organizing Fellowship supports emerging artists and cultural organizers. The Arts and Cultural Organizing Fellowship will be awarded to a member of Ujima who demonstrates a commitment to their artistic practice and a commitment to the principles of the Boston Ujima Project.

Ashe Ashe Grantees

In 2021, Boston Ujima Project held its first-ever Cultural Assembly, Ashé Ashé, alongside many partners including Black Economic Council of MAArtisans Asylum, Mass MoCA’s Assets 4 ArtistsCreateWell FundMayor’s Office of Art & CultureMayor’s Office of Resilience and Racial EquityMassachusetts Area Planning Council and New England Foundation for the Arts

 

The grant recipients were chosen through a participatory process undertaken by Ujima’s Voting Members. The $5,000 grants will fund the creation of innovative new projects by 12 individuals and collectives working across visual arts, film, literature, and socially engaged and multidisciplinary practices.