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New Marlborough Cultural Council
The New Marlborough Cultural Council is a vibrant, active group who through active fundraising is able to provide cultural and educational programs for people of all ages in our community. Our mission is to enrich the lives of all community members through the grants and programs we provide. Each year we award up to 30 individual grants that expand school programs, send students on trips, help local artists and bring cultural events to the town. The Council also sponsors annual events. Each summer, our Elihu Burritt Day festival fills the Town Green with food and crafts vendors, community organizations, a white elephant sale, the Library book and cake sale, a 5K race, children’s activities – including hay rides for children of all ages – and an antique car show. State Representative Smitty Pignatelli presents an award to a townsperson who has given outstanding volunteer service.
To warm the winter months we also sponsor a pot luck dinner and photography show.
807 Mill River South Field Rd.
New Marlborough, MA 01244
FY22 Local Priorities
Priorities for a NMCC grant are as follows, but not limited to:
– Applications proposed by residents of New Marlborough.
– Applications that directly benefit residents of New Marlborough.
– Applications in which the creative work is provided by residents of New Marlborough.
– Applications for events or creative work that will occur in New Marlborough. This includes schools outside of New Marlborough that are attended by students residing in New Marlborough.
FY22 Local Guidelines
We welcome grant applications by individuals or groups supporting arts, humanities, science, history and environmental programs or activities.
Applications will be accepted beginning September 1, 2021, and the submission deadline is October 15, 2021. All applications must be submitted digitally. No hard copy applications will be accepted.
How Grant Recipients Are Paid
FY22 Funding List
|New Marlborough Friends of the Library, Inc.
||Ukuleles at the Library
||SculptureNow @ The Mount 2022
|Pittsfield Shakespeare, Inc.
||Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park
||Women in Roots Music Series
|Dewey Memorial Hall, Inc.
|Dewey Memorial Hall, Inc.
||Young at Heart
|Great Barrington Public Theater
||Berkshire Voices Reading Series
|Berkshire Children's Chorus, Inc.
||A Story For the Season
||ARTcentric: Berkshires at Undermountain Elementary School
|Shakespeare & Company, Inc.
||2022 Fall Festival of Shakespeare
|Music in Common, Inc.
||The Black Legacy Project
||The Science and Art of Clay
|Aston Magna Foundation for Music and the Humanities, Inc.
||Aston Magna Music Festival
|Berkshire South Regional Community Center
||Berkshire Ukulele Band (BUB) and Berkshire Sings! (Sings!)
|United Church of New Marlborough
||Music at the Southfield Church
||Author Series: The Art of Creating a Book from Scratch
|New Marlborough Village Association, Inc.
||Meeting House Programs and Art Shows
|Berkshire Music School, Inc.
||Ukulele Lessons for student singers in the Berkshire Children’s Chorus
||Greenagers' Environmental Education and Stewardship
|Flying Cloud Institute, Inc.
||Science and Art for New Marlborough Youth
|Alliance for a Viable Future
||Indigenous Peoples’ Day - Berkshires
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