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Waltham Cultural Council

The Waltham Cultural Council supports the arts, humanities, and sciences through grants and advocacy for nonprofit cultural organizations, schools, and artists. Through our efforts, we strive to make our community a better place to live, work, and visit. As a public investor in the arts, humanities, and sciences, we work to ensure everyone in our community has a place in our rich cultural life.

We fund activities and events that celebrate cultural diversity and local history, engage the community and increase access to arts education for Waltham youth. Priority is given to projects that support initiatives with a specific focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.

New applicants are encouraged to apply. The WCC will accept applications from Sep.1 through Oct. 17, for events that occur between July 1 of the application year and December 31 of the following calendar year.

Contact

Sharyn Nolan
walthamculturalcouncil@gmail.com
781-530-4897

Address
610 Main Street
Concord, MA 01742-3308

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Application Information

FY23 Allocation

$31,100

FY23 Local Priorities

Projects that support:
-Diversity, equity and inclusion
-Neighborhood revitalization
-Exposing school-aged children to the arts
-Artist’s living and work spaces

Events that:
-Celebrate local history and cultural diversity
-Involve the community and neighborhoods
-Promote arts education in schools

Focusing on the following communities:
-Low-income
-Communities of color
-Immigrant communities
-Teens

FY23 Local Guidelines

The Waltham Cultural Council supports the arts, humanities, and sciences through grants and advocacy for nonprofit cultural organizations, schools, and artists. Through our efforts, we strive to make our community a better place to live, work, and visit. As a public investor in the arts, humanities, and sciences, we work to ensure everyone in our community has a place in our rich cultural life.

We fund activities and events that celebrate cultural diversity and local history, engage the community and increase access to arts education for Waltham youth. Priority is given to projects that support initiatives with a specific focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.

New applicants are encouraged to apply. The WCC will accept applications from Sept.1 through Oct. 17, for events that occur between July 1 of the application year and December 31 of the following calendar year.

The following priorities are based on the community input survey of 2022. Applicants that meet the criteria below will be more likely to receive funds than those that do not.

How Grant Recipients Are Paid

Reimbursement Grants

FY23 Funding List

A grant list will be published here after January 17, 2023 and once the Local Cultural Council has finalized their decisions.

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Mass Cultural Council publishes any updates as they become available. Last update was made on December 6, 2022 at 07:30 AM UTC
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