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“We are deeply disappointed with the budget approved by the House, which calls for a 13 percent cut in funding for the Massachusetts Cultural Council. That would lower the state’s investment in arts and culture from $14.1 million to $12.1 million.  “With the Trump Administration proposing the elimination of funding...
“Lawmakers recognize the tremendous value of arts and culture in the Commonwealth. That’s why they have approved steady increases in funding for the Massachusetts Cultural Council over the last five years. Today’s recommendation by the House Ways and Means Committee to fund the MCC, which makes grants to arts institutions...
March 21, 2017―MASSCreative announces that it will hold its second Arts Matter Advocacy Day on Tuesday, March 28. Artists, cultural leaders, and advocates will gather at the Paramount Center in downtown Boston from 10-12:30am and hear from speakers including Lee Pelton, President of Emerson College and state Rep. Mary Keefe...
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The Drama Studio is one of a handful of youth theatres in the United States that offers quality, range, and depth in its acting training programs. For Springfield-area youth, the Studio's conservatory program offers an unusual opportunity for training that prepares its graduates (all of whom are college bound) to...