NAAC Boston Holiday Toast
On Thursday, December 12, we celebrated the end of a banner year and closed out 2019 with our bigger than ever NAAC fam!
On Thursday, the Network for Arts Administrators of Color (NAAC) Boston gathered its members to raise a glass to another successful year and the one to come.
We celebrated at the Museum of African American History, inside the historic African Meeting House – the perfect venue to launch a new decade with our accomplices by our side! Set against the backdrop of the Jazz Greats: Classic Photographs from the Bank of America Collection, featuring legends like Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, and Dizzy Gillespie, party guests enjoyed after hours access to the museum as well as food and drinks from Gourmet Caterers, courtesy of Bank of America.
Featuring a short speaking program from NAAC Boston Chairs, Audrey Seraphin and Marissa Molinar, ArtsBoston board members Michael J. Bobbitt and David Spector, and Museum CEO, Marita Rivero, this evening was a successful gathering full of cheer and spirit. Please enjoy photos from the event below courtesy of Craig Bailey and Perspective Photography.
NAAC Boston supports self-identifying arts administrators of color. The Network and its events are open to POC individuals working in a full-time or part-time capacity at non-profit or for-profit arts and culture organizations in Greater Boston, as well as freelancers and consultants.
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Event photography courtesy of Craig Bailey, Perspective Photography.