More than $51M available to support ongoing pandemic recovery needs
In the meantime, read through the program guidelines and register for an info session.
This legislatively-mandated, one-time relief program was established by the MA House Asian Caucus
1,084 cultural organizations report $781M in lost revenue, 3,048 creative individuals cite $31.9M in lost income
Artists, cultural workers, and cultural organizations: Please report economic effects of the pandemic by April 15
The latest on the FY23 state budget process and the Agency's COVID recovery efforts.
A total of $970,000 is expected to be awarded.
Commonwealth’s ARPA Spending Plan includes $60M for New Cultural Sector Grants
During the first year of the pandemic, CYD groups throughout Massachusetts pivoted their operations rapidly to maintain and deepen connections with young people.
Governor Baker has until December 13 to review and act on the bill.
Chambers have until November 17 to agree on a final spending plan and get it to the Governor’s desk.
Email your State Senator today - urge them to co-sponsor Amendment #49 to include artists and increase the level of investment.
The bill now moves to the state Senate.
Contact Your State Rep. Now. Urge Them to Co-Sponsor Amendment #109!
All stakeholders are encourage to submit their written testimony to the Committee on Tourism, Arts & Cultural Development.
Funding provided through federal COVID relief and state gaming revenues
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.