The Lowell Cultural Council's (LCC) mission 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 Lowell residents and to contribute to the economic vitality of this community through the re-granting of public monies awarded to the LCC by the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC). The Lowell Cultural Council is an agent of the Massachusetts Cultural Council which receives funding from the Massachusetts Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts. Distributions are based on a local aid formula devised by the state and are not determined by the individual municipality.
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2016 Lowell Cultural Council Grant Applications are due October 15, 2015!
TAKE OUR ANNUAL COMMUNITY INPUT SURVEY!
Survey closes on Monday, June 29, 2015
(Lowell residents only)
What grant projects would you like to see MORE of in the City of Lowell? What audiences are best served by Council-funded projects? How many grants can an applicant apply for in 2016? These questions and others are asked of the community in the Lowell Cultural Council's Annual Community Input Survey! Your answers to just FIVE questions will help the Council solidify the Priorities and Guidelines for the upcoming LCC cycle.
CLICK HERE to take the survey!
2015 LOWELL CULTURAL COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Colleen Brady, Sean Daniels, Carolyn Delehanty, Joanne Doherty (Secretary), Maxine Farkas, Jason Hantzis (Co-chair), J. Haley, James Ostis (Co-chair), Henry Peront, Van Pech, and Dahvy Tran (Treasurer)
see our calendar