Join StageSource on July 10th to
Make Arts, Culture, and Creativity
a Priority in the Mayor’s Race
For the first time in twenty years, Boston will elect a new Mayor. For the first time in a generation, the City will hear a robust discussion of its strengths and challenges and debate a vision of our City for the next five to ten years.
As leaders and supporters of the arts, cultural and creative community, StageSource is working with MASSCreative and a coalition of 50 other institutions to ensure that our issues are part of that discussion. We need to make sure that the next Mayor of Boston is not just a supporter of our work, but a true champion of the creative community.
Please join [GROUP] July 10th from 5-7 PM at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts as we help launch the non-partisan “Create the Vote” campaign to make sure the next Mayor of Boston is a champion of the arts, culture and creative community. Click here to RSVP.
Join StageSource and dozens of other creative institutions from across the City to learn what you can do to ensure that both the Mayoral candidates and Boston voters make arts, culture, and creativity one of their priorities. We need to work together to make sure that our next Mayor invests in the creative community as we all work to build a vibrant and connected City. We all need to pitch in to recruit 10,000 Arts Voters who will commit to considering the candidate’s positions on our issues when they vote for the next Mayor of Boston.
We will have drinks, performers from our city’s vibrant arts community as entertainment, and some simple actions that you can take to make a big difference in this year’s Mayoral campaign.
I hope you can attend this kickoff to help support the broader arts, cultural and creative community of Boston. I look forward to seeing you on the 10th.
Julie Hennrikus, Executive Director