Legislators are starting the process of determining how to invest these federal funds.
Governor Baker now has 10 days to review and act on the budget.
Legislative COVID-19 Cultural Impact Commission Files its Final Report
Mass Cultural Council is seeking to secure $20M for the cultural sector in FY22.
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A look at some of the incredible work that surfaced in response to the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic
This 3-Step Plan Calls for FY22 Budget Spending; Bond Authorizations; and Bills to Stabilize, Rebuild, and Provide COVID Relief to the Cultural Sector
The Agency hopes this infusion of public dollars will help creative individuals and cultural organizations rebuild from the economic crisis precipitated from COVID-19.
Robust public investment is necessary to stabilize and restore the Commonwealth’s once vibrant and booming cultural sector.
Cultural organizations report $588.3M in lost revenue; Artists cite $30.4M in lost income; 30K cultural jobs impacted statewide.
New legislation would create a $200M COVID-19 relief and stabilization fund using federal funds.
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Massachusetts’ creative individuals continue facing dramatic financial losses.
Cultural Organizations: Help us compile compelling data for advocacy
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42 webinars and countless hours of one-on-one consulting are on offer to help the cultural sector recover from COVID-19.
Grants of $1,500 are available to Massachusetts individual artists and independent teaching artists/humanists/scientists who have lost income as a direct result of COVID-19.
New capital spending to revitalize cultural sector. Governor Baker has 10 days to review and act on this legislation.