Have you been counted?

by Nancy@goneinc on June 1, 2011

Have you signed up to be counted in NEFA’s CultureCount? NEFA (New England Foundation for the Arts) is a enormous resource for anyone in the arts in New England.  If you are an artist, run a creative business or represent a cultural nonprofit you should be counted. Click here to find out why you should be listed.  http://www.culturecount.org/public/whycreate.aspx

CultureCount is a free creative economy database.  CultureCount is a centralized source of descriptive, financial, demographic, and geographic information about cultural nonprofits, businesses, and professionals in New England.

CultureCount provides a comprehensive representation of the creative economy of New England that supports the advocacy, fundraising, cultural analysis, and policy development efforts of artists, cultural organizations, researchers, and policy makers. CultureCount users can log on to discover cultural organizations, explore their communities, and analyze economic impact.

It is important to our regional economy that those of us who are working in the Creative Economy be counted. If you are not sure if you or your business would be identified as part of the creative economy click on this link to see if you fit the definition http://www.nefa.org/sites/default/files/ResearchCreativeEconRptHighlihghts.pdf.




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Ellen Laprise/Sammy Grant January 28, 2012 at 11:44 am

Hi Nancy,
I’m so glad that Sammy invited me to go with her to pick up her pictures! Lisa was such a help and very well informed. I’m going to submit Sammy’s picture into the Monson Art Show. If you could send me the jpg photos, that would be wonderful. Sammy is quite excited about it!
I have a few works of art that I’m going to bring in. What a lovely shop you have! I’ll look forward to hearing from you, Nancy. Please say hello to Lisa!

Best Regards,

Ellen Laprise

Nancy@goneinc January 31, 2012 at 9:37 am

I am sorry that I was away and missed meeting you. I will send the jpgs when I get back. Good luck in the Monson Show and hope to see your work there.

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