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Marblehead Cultural Council

What We Do

The Marblehead Cultural Council is one of 351 local organizations that are funded directly from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to support community cultural, artistic, scientific and historical activities. Board members are appointed by the Board of Selectmen.

We encourage local residents to submit applications which we review each fall and award grants.

Our website can be found at http://www.marbleheadculturalcouncil.org

The Cultural Council schedules meetings throughout the year based on need, roughly every other month.
Further information may also be found on the Town of Marblehead web site Marblehead.org or at marbleheadculturalcouncil@gmail.com or by contacting the Chair.

Contact

Jennifer Uhl, Chair
MarbleheadCulturalcouncil@gmail.com
781-631-4430

Address
PO Box 1217
Marblehead, MA 01945-5217

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Application Information

FY24 Allocation

$7,800

FY24 Local Priorities

The MCC places emphasis on:
– New, emerging, and established artists and programs in local venues
– Racially and culturally diverse programming
– Consideration of new applicants (Programs that have received MCC funding for multiple years may have lower priority.)

FY24 Local Guidelines

In addition to state criteria, our council implements the following guidelines:
– All projects must benefit Marblehead residents.
– All projects must be accessible to the general public.
– All funding grants are limited.
– Each MCC funded project must be completed within the calendar year.
– All grants made by the MCC are reimbursement-based.
– If you are awarded a grant, you will be required to submit a final report to the MCC upon completion of your program.

How Grant Recipients Are Paid

Reimbursement Grants

FY24 Funding List

Name Project Title Amount
Abbot Public Library On the Trail of Your Family Roots: A Six-Week Genealogy Course at the Abbot Public Library $900
Arnold, Matthew Rhapsody at 100 $2,000
Boehmer, Meghan The Forgotten Poor: A Stories from Marblehead's Poor Farm $1,250
Bokenkamp, Leah 6th Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration $2,000
Cantemus, Inc. "Annelies," a large-scale choral-instrumental work based on texts from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, James Whitbourn, composer $300
Collins, Teresa Marblehead Freedom Trail $1,186
Fiodorova, Olesea Original Marblehead Oil Paintings & Postcard Donations $2,000
Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Nature in your neighborhood - All about birds Marblehead $300
Me & Thee Music Global Music Discovery Series $1,559
Zaino, Nick 100 Years of Boston Comedy $250
the Wizard, Ed Aerodynamic STEM Workshop $450


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