Last month, Mass Cultural Council proudly awarded 15 new Amplify grants for 2020 totaling $22,500.
This fiscal year Mass Cultural Council is investing $1.15 million into classrooms across the Commonwealth with 283 grants to support creative learning through the arts, humanities, and sciences for Massachusetts’ students.
A pilot round of grants have been awarded to organizations participating in our Foster Families Pilot Program which supports programming that connects youth and families in the foster care system to cultural opportunities in Western Massachusetts.
Inside an unassuming Victorian-era building, just west of downtown Holyoke, is one of the nation’s most distinctive creative community development initiatives: The Care Center. It is an example of what can happen when culture and creativity form the foundation to dismantle systemic barriers for individuals, as well as communities.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, Mass Cultural Council, Arts|Learning, and Lesley University are co-hosting this event.
As part of our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan, we've created a new process for broadening our pool of panelists.
A new program from Mass Cultural Council is stepping into a significant and systemic gap in the youth arts ecosystem.
The META Fellowship, a partnership between Mass Cultural Council and The Klarman Family Foundation, is the first program of its kind to convene a statewide community of music educators and teaching artists.
Check out our Fall grant opportunities for Educators & Schools
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