Through Safe Harbors, the Agency was able to help organizations understand and access federal assistance through the CARES Act, and provide broad and high-touch capacity building services.
We reached out to dozen or so theaters, museums, and community art centers to ask what they were thinking for their capital equipment needs. That exchange helped us understand what building modifications were being considered for the recovery period and beyond.
Achieving safe harbor during the current COVID-19 pandemic includes making decisions based on budgets and scenarios to determine a strategy for the organization’s future.
Mass Cultural Council anticipates announcing the 2021 round of Cultural Facilities Fund grants this fall.
Advisory from Mass Cultural Council and Attorney General's Office
We're gathering data from cultural organizations across the Commonwealth so that we can better communicate the necessary financial, human, intellectual, and social capital needed to fully recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Achieving safe harbor during the current COVID-19 pandemic includes creating several ‘what if’ scenarios and budgets.
52 Performing Arts Centers Receive Funds to Help Compete with Casinos, Attract Touring Artists
Achieving safe harbor during the current COVID-19 pandemic includes understanding how cash moves in and out of your organization week by week.
Today the MassDevelopment Board of Directors approved $9,302,400 in new grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund.
Mass Cultural Council is issuing a second survey to collect data on the economic impact of COVID-19 on cultural organizations. Please respond to this survey by April 14, 2020.
Our governing Council has approved two COVID-19 relief efforts to help individuals and cultural organizations address economic impacts associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Mass Cultural Council is providing a three-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 April 30, 2020 to the Gaming Mitigation Program which provides capital to non-profit and municipal performing arts centers in Massachusetts.