Important update from our friends in the film sector!
A member of the State Senate’s leadership team has filed an amendment (#38) to the state budget which would effectively kill the film & TV production program.
Apply by September 15.
Artist Resource Manager
THIS IS A TEMPORARY GRANT FUNDED POSITION WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF BECOMING PERMANENT.
This is a new position in the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture that will help artists navigate City Hall and the arts and culture sector in Boston. The position will be housed within the Mayor’s Office...Read more →
During the current two-year legislative session, the Mass Production Coalition (MPC) has worked tirelessly to protect the state’s important Film & Television Incentive Program. Bills and budget amendments have been filed to repeal or weaken it. The MPC has fought and defeated them with a unified creative sector front that...Read more →
The Joint Committee on Revenue will hold a public hearing, Tuesday, March 8th at 1:00 PM at the State House on H.3978, a bill that would cripple the film and television production incentive program in MA.Read more →
MALC is dedicated to supporting the Massachusetts Production Coalition in their advocacy campaign to stop H.3978, a legislative proposal that would that would have negative consequences for many artists, crafts people, small businesses, and creative agencies in the Commonwealth.Read more →
The Massachusetts Production Coalition (MPC) announced the launch of their 2016 Advocacy Campaign last week in anticipation of the upcoming legislative season. MALC strongly encourages everyone to follow this important MPC initiative and to share this information with your respective communities.
(from the MPC newsletter)
Artists and Friends of Public Art,
For the first time, the BCA’s summer 2016 public artist resident will be selected through a juried, open call for submissions.
Submissions are due via Jotform by midnight, Sunday, February 21, 2016.
These awesome jurors will choose a...Read more →
Contact Your Legislators Today!
The debate over the film tax credit continues at the State House. The Governor’s bill, H.62, to repeal the incentive is still pending before...Read more →