Take the Lowell Cultural Council Community Input Survey!
The LCC needs YOUR input on setting its 2016 Priorities and Guidelines -- your answers to this quick, 5-question survey is greatly needed, and appreciated.
CLICK HERE to take the survey!
Grant Application Workshops
Wednesday, Sept. 9 -AND- Wednesday, Sept. 16
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Mayor's Reception Room, Lowell City Hall (2nd Floor)
Please note: we will be discussing the SAME topics at both workshop dates -- you only need to attend ONE date!The deadline for grant applications for the 2016 LCC Grant Cycle is Oct. 15, 2015.
Are you applying for a Lowell Cultural Council grant for next year? If so, come get all the facts about applying for a grant and what's involved in the reimbursement process (LCC funding is reimbursable only). We'll take you step by step through the entire grant cycle, from application to receiving your funds. Council members will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about your grant idea. FREE and open to the public!
About the Lowell Cultural Council
Serving on the Lowell Cultural Council
Current Lowell Cultural Council Volunteer Members: Colleen Brady, Sean Daniels, Carolyn Delehanty, Joanne Doherty (Secretary), Maxine Farkas, Jason Hantzis (Co-Chair), J. Haley, James Ostis (Co-Chair),Van Pech, Henry Peront, Dahvy Tran (Treasurer)
The Cultural Organization of Lowell (COOL) is the Grants Administrator for the Lowell Cultural Council. For information on the Lowell Cultural Council, please contact Suzzanne Cromwell at 978-674-4260 email@example.com or visit the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Come be a part of Lowell Cultural Council
The LCC is always recruiting new members! Want to know more? Contact Suzzanne Cromwell firstname.lastname@example.org or at 978-674-1483. Council members must be residents of Lowell, 18 years and older, and have a passion for making the city a better place through the arts, sciences, and humanities! No other experience required!
The Cultural Council Program is a project of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation, supporting thousands of community-based projects in the arts, humanities, and sciences annually. The LCC allocates funding within the Lowell community on behalf of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and supports both established cultural organizations and individuals. LCC funding provides economic support for community events that reach residents of all ages. Past projects have included special exhibits, performances, festivals, workshops, educational programming and other cultural activities. For the 2014 grant cycle, the Lowell Cultural Council distributed over $58,000 in funding for Lowell arts and culture-based programs! For a complete list of 2014 grant recipients, go to www.mass-culture.org/Lowell and click the "Grant Recipients" tab.