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Cultural Council Grant Applications Available

by Press Release
September 22, 2017

The Holliston Cultural Council is once again looking for grant applications for arts and culture programming for the coming year. Beginning September 1, individuals interested in applying for grants from the Holliston Cultural Council should go to www.mass-culture.org, click on "Applicants" and follow the directions. Applications for must be submitted online by Monday, October 16, 2017. Paper submissions will not be accepted.

Additionally, The Holliston Cultural Council has two available council member positions and is seeking new members interested in providing cultural opportunities for Holliston residents. Please contact Heather Kemp, Chair, athollistonculturalcouncil@gmail.com with any questions or for more information regarding the application process or for more information about the Council.

The Holliston Cultural Council is the local branch of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.  This program is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation, supporting community-based projects in the arts, humanities and sciences. Over the past year, the Holliston Cultural Council awarded more than $6,000 in grants for local programs, including projects at the Senior Center, our local public schools, and concerts at local churches.

 

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