39 Robeson Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Stephen H. Baird is the founder and director of Community Arts Advocates. He has over four decades of performances, arts advocacy and grassroots arts administration experience.
Stephen Baird restructured Club Passim, the historic folk music venue in Cambridge, as a nonprofit organization in 1995-97. He co-founded the Bread & Roses Festival in Lawrence in 1986, founded and directed the Folk Arts Network from 1982-96, published the New England Folk Almanac and Folk Directory from 1982-1996. He produced Jamaica Plain Open Studios and directed the Jamaica Plain Arts Council from 1999-2001.
Board of Directors
President and CEO, Stephen H.
Musician and Arts Administrator
Director, Street Arts and Buskers Advocates
Naturalist, Friends of Jamaica Pond
Community Arts Advocates Index
Statment of Purpose
Programs & Services
Non-Profit Arts Management Services
Artist Career Development Services
Staff Profiles and Board of Directors
Stephen Baird's Resume
IRS Tax-Exempt Determination Letter
Massachusetts Attorney General Certificate
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Community Arts Advocates
Community Arts Advocates, Inc. is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization. Federal TIN 71-0877553
Community Arts Advocates is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council,
a municipal agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency
Copyright © 1999-2023 by Stephen Baird