FRAMINGHAM - Projects related to the arts and humanities are now eligible for grant funding through the Framingham Cultural Council.
The organization, which aims to boost cultural influence and endeavors across the city, is making the money available through the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Anyone that applies for assistance must ensure that their project benefits Framingham’s residents, according to the local group.
A total of 33 grants were awarded last year by the Cultural Council to applicants who provided resources in music, education, history, drama, and more.
Those interested in learning about the grant program are invited to an informational meeting at the Amazing Things Arts Center (atac) along Hollis Street on Thursday, September 14 at 6:30 p.m. That will also be the site of an application writing session from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 7.
Applications are due by Tuesday, October 17. For more details, visit the Framingham Cultural Council’s website by clicking here.
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