Thank You and Best Wishes for 2015!
On behalf of the MALC Steering Committee, I would like to wish everyone a healthy, happy, prosperous, and a creative 2015!
I would like to thank all those who took the time to advocate in support of the pressing issues that impact artists of all disciplines. THANK...Read more →
Governor-elect Charlie Baker’s transition team is assembled and hard at work to seize the initiative in 2015. The team, which is chaired by Lt. Governor-elect Karyn Polito, draws from a diverse cross section of the Commonwealth. From its team chiefs to its front line members, the team is characterized by a bi-partisan commitment to Massachusetts.
Here’s the...Read more →
Program Officer for Arts & Culture at the Barr Foundation
The Barr Foundation is seeking a Program Officer for Arts and Culture, a new position reporting to the Senior Program Officer for Arts and Culture. The ideal candidate...Read more →
Enso Flats, Brockton, MA
Application Deadline Dec. 31!
“Applications are available for Enso Flats, a new artists community being developed in downtown Brockton. The deadline to enter a...Read more →
he Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition (MALC) is dedicated to empowering artists of allvisual arts, literary, performing, crafts, new media, etcdisciplines and promoting the arts, culture, and the creative economy throughout the Commonwealth. We work to ensure artists of all disciplines have a meaningful place at policy making...Read more →
New MALC Blog Series – DIYA – Do It Yourself Advocacy!
ince our founding in July 2008 (http://www.artistsunderthedome.org/MALC_Press_Release.pdf), the Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition (MALC) has worked to keep all artists informed, making them part of the policy conversation in...Read more →
Arts Action News
(News via Americans for the Arts and the Arts Action Fund newsletter.)
After delays and wrangling, Congress has reached agreement on final funding for all federal agencies and programs for the 2015 fiscal year, which started back in October. The...Read more →
Commission will implement percent for art program in Boston and Gateway Cities
On Wednesday, 12/10/2014, Governor Deval Patrick signed an Executive Order establishing both a Public Art Commission (Commission) and Massachusetts Percent for Art Program (MPAP) to support the preservation of existing and creation of new public art in Boston and Gateway Cities...Read more →