MALC urges everyone to take action to stop the repeal of the Affordable Care ACT (ACA), also known as Obamacare. This is an "All Hands on Deck" action call!Read more →
The Berkshire Museum has contracted to sell 40 art works from its permanent collection. After careful consideration, the MCC strongly opposes this plan.Read more →
The MA House voted overwhelmingly to restore MCC's funding in thet state budget for the arts, humanities, and sciences. See the roll call vote and more.Read more →
Moments ago, the MA House overrode Governor Baker's cuts to the MCC by a vote of 137 to 14.
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Arts organizations and artists have been especially hard hit by the 2017 hurricane season. Follow our resource links and make your helpful donations today!Read more →
Can a small, rural town lure young adults back to their community? Springboard for the Arts, an innovative program in Fergus Falls, MINN., found an answer.Read more →
Newly unionized workers at the Plimoth Plantation living history museum in Plymouth, MA are considering picketing in the wake of talks with management over low staffing levels, as well as difficult and potentially unsafe working conditions.
Fifty of the museum’s 180 employees joined a union in November.
Read the full story here: https://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2017/08/29/plimoth-plantation-employees-are-unhappy-with-working-conditions
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Last year, Berklee College of Music and The Boston Conservatory merged. Come Berklee’s Opening Day, Friday, Sept. 1, the 600-plus members of the Berklee faculty will join their 200-plus new colleagues from the Conservatory in a demonstration of unity.
What’s at stake:
- The Berklee Administration refuses to bring Conservatory faculty up to Berklee’s...Read more →