Proposing Programs for the Boston Public Library

Proposing Programs for the Boston Public Library

Revolutionary Art Community Program Partnership Proposal

We are now accepting applications for our 2025 Revolutionary Art Community Program Partnership. If you would like to apply, please read the information below, and then fill out the partnership proposal form.

Thanks for your interest in the Boston Public Library's (BPL) Community Partnership Programs. The BPL is committed to providing meaningful and engaging programs to meet the needs of our patrons. We are requesting proposals for program series (3-6 sessions) from the community to help shape our Revolutionary Art program theme for the 2025 calendar year!

This theme serves as a year-long overview of how historical and contemporary arts (visual and performing) play a vital role in capturing various perspectives of society, highlighting everyday experiences, and sparking social change throughout the United States. This will be the second year of our three-part Road to Revolution thematic program series leading up to the 250th anniversary of the American Revolution in 2026.

All BPL programs are free and open to the public, and we are committed to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. To learn more about our program guidelines, please read the rest of this page.

We are asking partners to consider submitting proposals that include experiential programming (i.e., the art of tattooing, modern dance, adult education class about interpreting art, etc.) and aligns with our mission and guidelines.

The BPL's Program Department is accepting program proposals from May 27 to July 26.

If your program is selected for the 2025 Revolutionary Art program theme, a member from our staff will follow up with you by August 26.

Branch Library Program and Event Proposals

To propose an adult, teen, or children's program or event at a single branch library location, please contact the branch directly.

Faneuil Branch
Adams Street Branch
Egleston Square Branch Mural
Hyde Park Branch Flamenco Essentials
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