The mission of the MCC is to promote excellence, access, education and diversity in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences in order to improve the quality of life for all Massachusetts residents and to contribute to the economic vitality of our communities.
Massachusetts is like a tapestry. No matter where you look, you find areas of striking beauty: spectacular natural resources; historic attractions that date back to the origins of the country; world-class universities-and an international reputation for excellence in the arts, sciences, and humanities. These are the elements that come together to create some of the most appealing and livable cities and towns in the United States. Massachusetts is living proof: culture is an inseparable part of community.
For more than 30 years, the Massachusetts Cultural Council has proudly invested in the cultural life of Massachusetts. The MCC receives an annual appropriation from the state legislature. It then makes thousands of grants to not-for-profit cultural organizations, schools, communities and working artists, for programs that use the arts, sciences and humanities to build stronger, more diverse, more livable communities. Beneficiaries include a broad cross-section of the state's population: students; at-risk youth; elders; people with disabilities and everyday citizens in each city and town across the state.
Massachusetts Cultural Council is a publicly funded organization
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