The Santa Fe Art Institute is seeking dynamic creative thinkers, artists, designers, educators, policy makers, poets, architects, journalists, and activists for its 2016-17 Artists and Writers Residency Program focussed on the theme of Water Rights. The deadline for applications is December 18. read more
Home Funders plans to award prizes of $10,000 to $25,000 each to up to three organizations or teams that propose well-crafted, innovative, feasible and sustainable solutions to build, preserve or create access to housing units for extremely low income families. Proposals must be submitted by February 5, 2016. read more
Want to see what all the buzz was about when the Loeb 45th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Weekend took on Designing For Change: Towards Equity and Resilience? Watch a selection of the events on video.
Photo by Clair Enlow
The Enterprise Rose Fellowship is seeking socially invested early career applicants for a Boston-based Fellowship starting in February 2016. Application Deadline: Midnight PST, Sunday December 13, 2015. read more
Loeb Arif Khan wrote in yesterday:
Nature teaches us to be flexible, so we are shifting the date of the Rake-In to this Wednesday November 18th, 2-5 pm to take advantage of the sunny weather on Wednesday and avoid the forecasted rains for Friday! read more
Andrew Howard’s (LF ’15) new Better Block office in Boston now has three projects, working with Winter Hill in Somerville (the second project in that city), the City of Cambridge on their comprehensive plan and MassDevelopment on the Statewide Transformative Development Initiative. Want to learn how the magic happens? Join the Team Better Block Winter Hill project on December 12-13.
Arif Khan, current Loeb and "dean" of collaborative activities, has an invitation for everyone seeking to connect with his or her inner child. Call it exercise, call it play, call it an opportunity to meet some new people, call it whatever you want, BUT COME JOIN THE FUN! read more
The final Interchange on the third day of the Loeb 45th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Weekend concerned measurement, sliced several different ways. But before the panel got underway, Jim Stockard (LF 78), former curator of the Loeb Fellowship, and his wife Sue took the stage to thank the Loebs for Jim’s retirement gift read more