$180,000 granted to preserve and help revitalize traditional expressive arts valued by cultural communities throughout the state
As the Agency is evaluating our support for artists as part of our Racial Equity Plan
More than $51M available to support ongoing pandemic recovery needs
3 short films document how apprenticeships help ensure the continuity of tradition
We once again collaborated with Revels on its folk music podcast series
Attend one of their culminating events this summer
In the meantime, read through the program guidelines and register for an info session.
Awards include 34 fellowships of $15,000, and 58 finalist awards of $5,000
Two-year grants for highly-skilled craftspeople and performing artists to mentor apprentices in one-on-one learning experiences
Artist Fellowships recognize exceptional work by Massachusetts artists
Commonwealth’s ARPA Spending Plan includes $60M for New Cultural Sector Grants
Apply by January 24, 2022.
She was one of six who received this honorary professional recognition.
This year, the Agency is committing over $1M to this program, with a goal of doubling the number of artists funded.
FY22 spending plan adopted by governing Council
We asked artists what they wish more curators, editors, and presenters, would incorporate into their selection process.
Our collaboration with Revels offers an insider’s view of the kind of situations in which traditional music is shared within families and close-knit communities.
Artists recognized for exceptional work in Crafts, Dramatic Writing, Film & Video, Music Composition, Photography, and Sculpture/Installation/New Genres
Massachusetts’ creative individuals continue facing dramatic financial losses.
We're investing $100,000 this year to preserve and continue vital ethnic and cultural art forms in a range of media.