Please take and spread the word about the 2017 “By Artists, For Artists” Survey for Massachusetts artists of all disciplines, makers, and creative entrepreneurs!*
The Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition (MALC) and Artmorpheus, urge individuals, businesses,...Read more →
(Boston, MA) – The state House of Representatives approved a budget yesterday that would cut funding for the arts, humanities, and sciences through the Mass Cultural Council by nearly $2 million for the coming fiscal year.
The House budget plan would fund Mass Cultural Council...Read more →
(This post was updated at 3pm April 25th)
MALC is actively following the House Budget Debate and tracking the progress of several amendments.
You can track amendments via this link:
Watch budget debate in person at the State House or via the web (note you can watch the debates from yesterday’s...Read more →
Calling All Advocates!
Now that the MA House of Representatives has released its proposed FY2018 budget, it’s important to advocate now for funding increases for our arts and cultural institutions. Making calls to your representative takes minimal time and effort, and the upside is, they’ll be so glad to hear from you!
See our recent FY2018 budget posts Read more →
(Press release from the Massachusetts Cultural Council)
Supporters Seek Increase through Budget Amendment
(Boston, MA) – The House Committee on Ways and Means today released a state...Read more →
India Conference 2017
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The ‘India Conference’ is one of the largest student-led conferences focusing on India in the USA. It is organized by the...Read more →
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 →
One of the recent clashes around IP rights reported somewhat recently in news media concerns residuals for voice actors. SAG-AFTRA called for a strike against 11 video game publishers this past October.
“The strike comes in light of an unsuccessful 19 months of negotiations after the existing labor contract known as the Interactive Media Agreement...Read more →