• Posts Tagged ‘2015’

    The MCC’s ArtSake blog – why you should subscribe to it!

    by  • November 30, 2015 • News


    All artists should be aware of the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s (MCC) blog for artists: Artsake

    It has great info for working artists. It is worth subscribing to.


    A few recent examples:

    Live work studios for sale in downtown Gloucester, MA

    Hoofing for Artist Opportunities

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    Important update on MBTA Green Line Public Art projects

    by  • November 24, 2015 • Issues, News

    The artists commissioned to create public art for the Green Line extension have been asked to keep working.  It was announced by the MBTA Board Chairman Joseph Aiello at the MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board meeting, on Monday, November 23, 2015.

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    Update on the Override of the Governor’s Veto of H3841 – Percent for Public Art

    by  • November 19, 2015 • Issues, Legislation, News

    We regret to inform everyone that the Legislature did not take up the veto of House Bill 3841 yesterday.  In other words, they didn’t override the Governor’s veto of the bill which would have established a Percent for Art Program in the Commonwealth.

    Yesterday was the last formal session for the Massachusetts State Legislature...

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    Important information & clarification about Public Art in MA

    by  • November 18, 2015 • Issues, Legislation, News

    About the veto of House Bill 3841

    As MALC reported on November 7, Governor Baker vetoed House Bill 3841:

    “Mass. legislators scramble to save public-art measure” ~Boston Globe

    “This is really...

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