Don’t Wait! Two important federal deadlines are almost here! Act today!
Protect your copyright!
The Librarian of Congress needs to hear your opinion on what priorities the new Register of Copyright should have. Read our recent post on how to respond:
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Protecting your copyright is now as important as ever!
Please refer to our previous post to learn why it is so important to respond to the Librarian of Congress’ survey, then read on for help with creating an intelligent and effective response to the survey.
Thanks to the Illustrators Partnership of America for the following advice.
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Once again, your copyright is under threat. You must respond by January 31 to a short survey created by the Librarian of Congress asking what duties the new Register of Copyright’s primary skills and duties should be. Keep reading to discover why this is not just an innocent request.
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MALC is a strong supporter of health care reform for our state as well as on the national level. Our statewide health care reform efforts, along with the national effort (the Affordable Care Act/Obama Care), have enabled artists of all disciplines to get needed health care and health care coverage.
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Artists of all disciplines shape the society in which we live. On Saturday, Jan. 15, artists and residents from across Boston will gather at the Boston Public Library to honor and commit to fighting the good fight.
According to the Critical Flame:
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Looking back and looking forward….
On behalf of the MALC Steering Committee, we wish all a healthy, prosperous, and creative 2017.
2016 marked the celebration of the 10th annual Artists Under the Dome Event at the Massachusetts State House. It is the only even of its kind in the country.
MALC released...Read more →