Massachusetts Cultural Council press release:
July 19, 2017
On Monday Governor Charlie Baker vetoed a line in the state budget that funds the Mass Cultural Council, cutting its allocation by 14 percent to just over $12 million.
Earlier this month the state Legislature voted overwhelmingly to fund the arts, humanities, and sciences through Mass...Read more →
This afternoon, July 17, 2017, Governor Baker announced his signing of House Bill 3800, the budget for FY2018.
To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives,
Pursuant to Section 5 of Article 63 of the Amendments to the Constitution, we are today signing House Bill 3800, “An Act Making Appropriations for the Fiscal Year...Read more →
News via the Massachusetts Cultural Council:
Legislature’s Final State Budget Funds Arts & Culture at Current Levels
July 7, 2017
The state Legislature approved a budget today that will support the arts, humanities, and sciences through the Mass Cultural Council at current levels of just under $14 million.
Faced once again with sluggish revenue growth, the Governor...Read more →
The Massachusetts Cultural Council announced four grant opportunity programs for the 2017-18 funding cycle in their most recent Creative Youth News newsletter:
- STARS Residencies
- Big Yellow School Bus
- Local Cultural Council Program
- Creative Youth Development
Read the entire Creative Youth News newsletter to learn about the voices and creators behind these...Read more →
(Boston, MA) – The Senate Committee on Ways and Means released its version of next year’s state budget today, recommending $16.5 million for the arts, humanities, and sciences through the Mass Cultural Council.
That would represent an increase of $2.5 million, or 18 percent, in...Read more →
StageSource and the UP Initiative of the Massachusetts Cultural Council invite you to join this working group that asks; Who Takes Stage?
Date: Monday, May 22, 2017
Where: Wheelock Family Theatre (located near...Read more →
Good news from the Americans for the Arts
Americans for the Arts reports that not only did Congress reach a bipartisan agreement to fund government agencies through the fiscal year ending September 30, 2017, but that no arts and culture agencies or programs received cuts, with some receiving increases!
Please note that...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 →