Media sponsorships are part of our long-term effort to leverage our unique position as Massachusetts’ largest public investor in arts and culture to raise the visibility and impact of our sector.
Some ways you can receive support from the Agency while we await further news on the state budget.
Developed through our work with the Creative Youth Development National Partnership
Click to hear recorded work by Mass Cultural Council-supported literary artists
Because the MA House and Senate each endorsed its own version of the bill, a Conference Committee was appointed to reconcile the two bills and develop a final conference report.
Check out recent episodes of Creative Minds Out Loud, Mass Cultural Council's podcast, featuring:
- Nicole Terez Dutton, poet, teacher, and literary editor
- Jack Cheng of the Boston Clemente Course
- Lee Heald of AHA! New Bedford
For the next three months our grant programs will continue to be on hold pending a final FY21 state budget.
Youth arts leader and Creative Youth Development alum Hannah Parker speaks to creativity, connection, and change.
Reflecting on the outstanding craft artists we’ve brought to the Lowell Folk Festival over the years.
MA cultural nonprofits report $425M in lost revenue with 17K jobs impacted and $441.8M in total recovery costs.