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March 25, 2015― More than 200 artists and cultural leaders gathered at Citi Wang Theatre in downtown Boston Wed., March 25, from 10-11:30am for Arts Matter Advocacy Day. Joyce Kulhawik, President of the Boston Theater Critics Association and JoycesChoices.com, emceed the event, which included remarks from state Rep. Cory Atkins,...
March 18, 2015―MASSCreative announces that it will hold Arts Matter Advocacy Day on Wednesday, March 25. Artists, cultural leaders, and advocates will gather at Citi Wang Theatre in downtown Boston from 10-11:30am and hear from speakers including Julie Burros, the Chief of Arts and Culture for the city of Boston,...
“As a candidate last year, Charlie Baker pledged to work with the Massachusetts Cultural Council to ensure it received adequate funding to carry out its mission. Gov. Baker’s recommendation to fund the state’s investment in arts and culture in FY16 at $11.8 million doesn’t provide the resources that the community...
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As chair of the Medfield Cultural Council, when Jean Mineo learned last year that other local cultural councils had secured municipal funding to supplement their state grants, she knew immediately she had to try the same thing. “If other places were doing it, I figured we had a chance to...