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Special Issue: Collective Futures Fund

Boston Art Review has partnered with Collective Futures Fund (CFF) to create a special digital issue highlighting the efforts and initiatives of CFF’s 2021 inaugural cohort. In this free publication, writers and thinkers from throughout Greater Boston engaged with the more than twenty grantees to tell stories of compassionate innovation, artistic ingenuity, and a steadfast dedication to the cultivation of our creative community.

The Collective Futures Fund is administered by the Tufts University Art Galleries and is a part of the Regional Re-granting Program of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Support for this issue was provided by Tufts University Art Galleries, Cambridge Arts, and our generous donors. 

Table of Contents

Title

Author

Category

  • Letter from the Editor

    Jameson Johnson

    Letter

  • Drawing from the Past: A Conversation with Dave Ortega

    Jonathan Rowe

    Conversation

  • Bosscritt Critique & Curatorial Club

    Gina Lindner

    Profile

  • How Eli Brown Is Finding Family Through the Ages

    Lian Parsons-Thomason

    Profile

  • See You in the Future: A Promise and Request to Change the Narrative Around Mass and Cass

    Matthew Akira Okazaki

    Conversation

  • AgX Film Collective Fosters Community for Filmmakers

    Olivia Deng

    Profile

  • The Art Form of Creative Placekeeping: Powerful Pathways

    Chenoa Baker

    Profile

  • Artists and Moms Become Architects of Joy

    Jacquinn Sinclair

    Profile

  • Inside Out: Museum Talk with Furen Dai

    Martina Tang

    Conversation

  • On Belonging: In Conversation with Ngoc-Tran Vu

    An Uong

    Conversation

  • Reimagining a Rhinoceros Womxn

    Lex Weaver

    Profile

  • Diagnosing Museums, Healing Ourselves: In Conversation with Emily Curran and Josephine Devanbu

    Eliza Browning

    Conversation

  • Thinking in Poems, Painting with Power: In the Studio with Marlon Forrester

    L Scully

    Profile

  • Moving a Community Forward One Dance Step at a Time by

    Sophia Paffenroth

    Profile

  • Three’s Company & HOT Progress: The Rise of Boston’s Mutual Aid-Driven Queer Haus

    Lex Weaver

    Profile

  • Whitney Mashburn’s Online Exhibition Platform Holds Space for Artists with Disabilities

    Lian Parsons-Thomason

    Profile

  • Love Meets Legal Jargon: Gabriel Sosa on Parenting, Pedagogy, and Subverting Public Space through Language

    Claire Ogden

    Profile

  • We Are Feminists. We Are Futurists.

    L Scully

    Profile

  • Visibility and Growth: How the Hidden Prompt Is Reconsidering the Archive

    Blu Prinston

    Profile

  • The Streets Belong to Us All: A Photo Journal by Jaypix Belmer

    L Scully

    Profile