$342,500 is going to Projects programming in FY22.
This represents the highest level of funding proposed for the Agency, and by extension, the cultural sector, by the state in decades.
We've compiled funding maps in partnership with the National Association of State Arts Agencies and MASSCreative to demonstrate the breadth of public investments made to support the arts, humanities, and sciences in Massachusetts.
These cultural organizations are committed to embracing access as a system that anticipates and responds to our human diversity.
Register for virtual workshops on Human Resources, Trauma and Arts-Centered Healing, and Leadership and Financial Management
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
Schools and teaching artists/humanists/scientists remain dedicated to creative learning, even during this most challenging school year.
The Agency hopes this infusion of public dollars will help creative individuals and cultural organizations rebuild from the economic crisis precipitated from COVID-19.
7,229 students, 215 teachers, 40 schools, and 1 cultural organization participated in Poetry Out Loud Massachusetts in 2021.