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 →
Affordable Care Act’s Open Enrollment Period for health insurance in MA is OPEN!
Enroll now for proper health care coverage!
There has been much talk and speculation around the fate of the Affordable Care Act with the new, incoming Trump administration. While we don’t yet know the specific policy changes Trump and the Republican Congress will enact,...Read more →
On November 2nd 2016, Massachusetts artists of all disciplines, elected officials, policy makers, and state house staffers gathered to attend the 10th annual Artists Under the Dome event in the Massachusetts State House’s Great Hall. Massachusetts is the only state to hold such an annual event to thank artists for all they contribute to the...Read more →
Please come and spread the word!!!
The 10th Annual “Artists Under The Dome” event
Nov. 2, 2016
For the 10th time, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts invites Massachusetts artists working in all disciplines (visual arts, literary, performing, crafts, new media, etc.) to the State House on Wednesday, November 2nd, from 9:30 a.m. – 2...Read more →
2015 Artists Under the Dome
For the 10th year, artists and legislators gather under the State House dome (the Great Hall) to meet and greet, and share news...Read more →
August 1, 2016
Massachusetts Cultural Council Press Release
(Boston, MA) – The Massachusetts Legislature voted overwhelmingly Sunday to restore $7.7 million in state funding for the arts, humanities, and sciences through the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC).
Both the House and Senate voted to override Governor Charlie...Read more →
The state legislature is about to enter the “conference committee” stage of its budget process, (some time possibly this week). Three members of the House of Representatives and three members of the Senate will serve on the conference committee. They will discuss any and all differences between the two chambers’ budget proposals...Read more →