Gloucester Cultural Council
The Gloucester Cultural Council invites you to apply for a grant for your arts, humanities, and/or science program. This year we plan to give priority to programs that:
- have a direct link to Gloucester
- are accessible to diverse groups of people
- demonstrate innovative ways to bring science to the public
- promote art for equity and underserved populations
September 1, 2021
FY22 Grant cycle opens
October 15, 2021
Applications are due
Please see Mass Culture for more information or to apply. Thank you.
Gloucester is the home to the oldest art colony in the United States. The City keeps its cultural history alive through education, programs, and initiatives that enrich the community for both residents and visitors. The Gloucester Cultural Council is invested in maintaining the vibrancy of the City of Gloucester in myriad ways including securing grant monies to provide funding for City schools, organizations, artists, and other community members. The Council exists to support public programs in our community that promote access, education, diversity and excellence in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences. We seek to fund programs that have a lasting cultural impact, promote art for equity, support working artists and elevate underserved populations.
The Gloucester Cultural Council has at least 5 members, each serving a 3-year term. Pursuant to Mass. General Laws, no member can serve more than two consecutive terms.
Agendas & Minutes
|Last Name||Address||Telephone||To Expire|
|Shayla||Swigart Kaufmann||307 Essex Avenue||(978) 559-1528||February 14, 2023|
|Elizabeth||Neumeier||28 Coggeshall Road||(978) 807-0536||February 14, 2022|
|Rebecca||Nagle||12 Eastern Avenue||(781) 439-5583||February 14, 2023|
|Laura||Crook Waxdal||1 Holly Street # 2||February 14, 2023|
|Lucas||Cotterman||204 Hesperus Avenue||(917) 582-7351||February 14, 2024|