Support Student Artists
The Marble Collection‘s Pop-Up Gallery at the Massachusetts State House showcases the works of teen artists & writers, grades 8 to 12, who are published in The Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts, The Marble Collection’s award-winning online and print magazine.
The exhibit will reside on the 4th floor...Read more →
Important wonderful news from the MCC!
Everyone’s hard work to advocate for an increase to the Massachusetts Cultural Council budget resulted in important new benefits for our sector.
Two key highlights:
- The MCC increased the Fellowship award from $10,000 to $12,000! Total Artist Fellowships: $441,000. This year MCC celebrates 40 years of support for working artists through...Read more →
NEFA NAMES CATHY EDWARDS AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
(Boston, MA) Lawrence J. Simpson, board chair of the New England Foundation for the Arts, announced that Cathy Edwards will join the organization as executive...Read more →
aturday’s Arts and Culture Public Hearing, sponsored by Mayor Walsh and his Arts and Culture Transition Team, can be summed up in two words – resounding success!
Artists, educators, and advocates from all sectors and neighborhoods lined up to speak eloquently and passionately about their work and their needs-to-succeed . Several even...Read more →
Support amendment to fix health care reform issue!
Please call your State Senator by this Thursday to support amendment #13 put forth by Senator Michael Moore- for S.2260 An Act Improving the quality of health care
This amendment fixes a problem the Artists Health Care Working Group identified years ago in the 2006 MA...Read more →
BLS Youth CAN’s 6th Annual Climate Summit at MIT Youth Action for Sustainability
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When: Saturday, May 12th 9:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.Read more →
Where: MIT Stata Center – 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge (2...
Nonprofits in youth arts collaborating with national leaders to research, design, implement, and share innovative evaluation methods and tools to measure progress and outcomes in the field of youth arts.
In 2008, five nationally recognized youth arts organizations gathered around...Read more →