$342,500 is going to Projects programming in FY22.
Register for virtual workshops on Human Resources, Trauma and Arts-Centered Healing, and Leadership and Financial Management
Register for virtual workshops on Human Resources, Legal Issues for Arts Administrators, Leadership Management, Financial Management
Cultural Organizations: Help us compile compelling data for advocacy
Register for virtual workshops on Board and Governance, Human Resources, and Legal Issues for Arts Administrators
42 webinars and countless hours of one-on-one consulting are on offer to help the cultural sector recover from COVID-19.
Apply by March 2, 2021 for 1-year grants of either $1,000 or $2,500 to support a specific project.
Last year, the Cultural Facilities Fund invested $9.3M in the planning and development of cultural buildings in Massachusetts. Take a look at the 2020 Annual Report to learn more about the economic impact of the Fund.
183 nonprofits were awarded Cultural Organization Economic Recovery Grants in partnership with the Executive Office of Housing & Economic Development.
Mass Cultural Council to Administer Cultural Organization Economic Recovery Program in Partnership with Baker-Polito Administration's Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development
A summary of what we heard at our Fall listening sessions
Cultural Organizations Report $484M in Lost Revenue, Artists Cite $20M in Lost Revenue, More than 30K Cultural Jobs Impacted by Pandemic Since March
This cohort of programs paints a diverse picture of the potential of culture as a vehicle for improved public and personal heath in Massachusetts.
Mass Cultural Council seeks content experts to assist nonprofit organizations responding to the unique challenges of operating and programming during the COVID-19 crisis.
This support for capital projects within the cultural sector is made possible through a program administered by Mass Cultural Council and MassDevelopment.
Recent events have fomented a growing movement for racial equity and justice. Mass Cultural Council is taking this moment in time to embark on a restart and refocus of our work as it relates to racial equity, and we want to hear from you.
A step towards addressing pay gaps and inequity in the cultural sector.
Media sponsorships are part of our long-term effort to leverage our unique position as Massachusetts’ largest public investor in arts and culture to raise the visibility and impact of our sector.
Some ways you can receive support from the Agency while we await further news on the state budget.
MA cultural nonprofits report $425M in lost revenue with 17K jobs impacted and $441.8M in total recovery costs.