Mass Cultural Council logo
Found 499 results for "card to culture."

Search results

Women holds toddler up to a wall of colorful gears at the Discovery Museum in Acton.

Interagency partnerships to increase access to cultural experiences for all Massachusetts residents

Read more

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.

Read more

Backstage tour of Boston Ballet's Nutcracker. Image: Liza Voll Photography

Both a movement and a designation, UP creates opportunities for leadership, peer networking, and education in universal design principles, audience engagement strategies, and ADA compliance.

Read more

Bianca Leigh and MJ Rodriguez in Trans Scripts, Part I - The Women. Photo courtesy of American Repertory Theater. Image by GretjenHelene.com.

Culture is intrinsically valuable and unique in its ability to lift the human spirit. Cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature. Mass Cultural Council must be a leader in making Massachusetts a place of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Read more

META Fellows share their projects at the 2018 META Showcase

Mass Cultural Council is much more than a grant maker. We provide the services, consultation, and support that assure that every tax dollar we invest in the cultural landscape of Massachusetts delivers meaningful impact for our residents. Our services are only possible because of the hours staff spend supporting constituents. Since July 1, 2018 Mass Cultural Council staff have...

Read more

photo of performer on stage holding a mic and wearing a yellow shirt, smiling over a crowd of standing audience members. A large tile mural is in the background.

Frequently asked questions about the Festivals & Projects application process

Read more

We're launching a special new series on Zoom called "Culture Chats," where we highlight the power of culture through resilience, adaptation, agility, and innovation.

Read more

Parisols by Amplify grantee Rachel of Express Yourself

We are on the front lines of a war on poverty. Not necessarily a shortage of material wealth, although its distribution in America is both a consequence and contributor to the current distress. The poverty our field confronts every day is that which Robert Kennedy confronted while running for President in 1968. He contrasted the wealth represented in the nation’s gross national product with the wealth necessary to sustain a democracy and make life worth living.

Read more


Back to Top