Eligible creative learning residencies of 3 days or more can receive $2,500-$6,100
We spoke with teaching artists and scientists who shared their strategies and insights
STARS Residencies will be funded in 274 schools across the Commonwealth and reach more than 30,000 students.
New this year: Schools, teaching artists/scientists/humanists, and nonprofit organizations can apply directly for STARS funding
STARS Residencies offer space for students to explore and create
This year we were able to fund all eligible STARS Residencies thanks to a record-level of investment by the state Legislature in our FY22 budget.
Schools can apply for $700-$5,500 to support residencies that bring students and teachers together with practicing artists, scientists, and scholars.
Schools and teaching artists/humanists/scientists remain dedicated to creative learning, even during this most challenging school year.
Support for creative learning residencies of three days or more in the arts, sciences, and humanities.
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.
This year, Mass Cultural Council will invest nearly $1 million across 243 schools statewide with grants that support creative learning through the arts, humanities, and sciences, for students of all ages.