Physically distancing ourselves from one another does not necessarily mean losing social connections. Rather, it gives us all an opportunity to think creatively about what we can do and how we can connect in different ways.
In just under a week, 566 cultural nonprofits and 595 individual artists/independent teaching artists-humanists-scientists responded to our survey. The results are striking and demand attention.
Mass Cultural Council is prioritizing five action items to help the cultural sector manage financial disruption associated with coronavirus.
We are all grappling with the unprecedented and rapidly changing challenges presented by COVID-19. Here are some steps Mass Cultural Council is taking.
The Arts for All Coalition is drawing attention to the role arts can play in the Student Opportunity Act. This new state law offers new funding opportunities to improve education, especially in Gateway Cities across the Commonwealth.
Through our podcast we showcase examples of innovation and leadership in our sector, and provide a space for folks working in the arts and culture realm to hear about what’s happening “under the hood” in organizations and communities across the Commonwealth.
Last week, Mass Cultural Council officially launched the CultureRx Initiative with a well-attended public briefing for legislators, staff, and cultural partners at the Massachusetts State House.
At the time of her retirement, Walker, nationally recognized as an innovative and visionary leader for the creative economy and nonprofit cultural sector, will have led the Council for more than 13 years.
Tactical steps your organization can take now to make your low-cost access programs more welcoming.
For the second year we are providing professional development grants for staff at UP Designated organizations to attend the Kennedy Center for the Performing Art’s LEAD Conference (Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability).