The Berkshire Eagle reported on Jan. 4, 2018, that Attorney General Healey filed a 32-page legal brief on January 3, 2018, in response to arguments by the museum’s attorneys, adding further rebuke to the museum’s plans to sell 40 valuable works from its collection.
The state’s brief makes plain the Attorney General’s Office believes museum...Read more →
The Eliot School is delighted to announce the launch of its new, annual Artist in Residence program with a call for artists’ proposals for residencies in 2019 and 2020.
Artists in Residence will partner with the Eliot School’s Teen Bridge program, which brings a small group of passionate teens from Boston schools to its Jamaica...Read more →
The MALC Steering Committee wishes all
a safe, creative and healthy 2018!
2017 was a busy year for MALC and others advocating for Massachusetts artists of all disciplines. MALC worked on several pieces of legislation and is following and advocating for even more. In 2017, MALC Steering Committee members testified at the State...Read more →
Votes are expected on Tuesday, with the President signing the legislation into law soon thereafter. Will you take two minutes now to tell your member of Congress how this will impact you and the arts?Read more →
Reminder From the Massachusetts Health Connector Deadline for January 2018 Coverage is Dec. 23:
“BOSTON – December 11, 2017 – Massachusetts residents who want health insurance have until Dec. 23 to sign up for coverage through the Massachusetts Health Connector, which holds Open Enrollment longer than the...Read more →
Save the Art – Save the Museum to Hold Informational Rally
Friday, Dec. 15, American Alliance of Museums Conference, Cambridge, MA
The meeting of museum professionals will address intervention strategies to prevent deaccessioning of public collections
PITTSFIELD, Mass. (Dec. 13, 2017) – The Berkshire-based citizens group Save the...Read more →
Graduate students seem to be unfairly hit by the GOP tax plan and have organized to block passage.
Graduate students pay for their education by teaching, doing research, and performing routine administrative tasks in return for waived tuition and a meager stipend. Under the proposed GOP tax bill, graduate student tuition waivers will be counted as...Read more →
A single line swap in the Senate tax bill killed low-income artist housing and put developers on the hook to repay earned housing credits since 2008.Read more →