Mass Cultural Council is providing a 3-pronged package of support for our cultural nonprofit organizations to not only understand and access assistance offered through new Federal Acts, but to also deliver broad and high-touch capacity building services to help organizations in understanding their current financial challenges and crafting a strategy forward.
Mass Cultural Council is prioritizing five action items to help the cultural sector manage financial disruption associated with Coronavirus.
We are all grappling with the unprecedented and rapidly changing challenges presented by COVID-19. Here are some steps Mass Cultural Council is taking.
Through our podcast we showcase examples of innovation and leadership in our sector, and provide a space for folks working in the arts and culture realm to hear about what’s happening “under the hood” in organizations and communities across the Commonwealth.
At the time of her retirement, Walker, nationally recognized as an innovative and visionary leader for the creative economy and nonprofit cultural sector, will have led the Council for more than 13 years.
Tactical steps your organization can take now to make your low-cost access programs more welcoming.
We are now accepting Expressions of Interest from cultural organizations that want to participate in our Social Prescription Pilot.
Apply by March 25, 2020 to the Gaming Mitigation Program which provides capital to non-profit and municipal performing arts centers in Massachusetts.
Last year, the Cultural Facilities Fund invested $9.27M in the planning and development of cultural buildings in Massachusetts. Take a look at the 2019 Annual Report to learn more about the economic impact of the Fund.
Today Mass Cultural Council and Massachusetts Health Connector joined state and local leaders, cultural organizations, and public health officials in Amherst to celebrate an innovative new partnership and launch ConnectorCare Card to Culture.