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ACC :: Welcome Home · Grants · News · Calendar · Contact Us Welcome to the Attleboro Cultural Council Coming Up! Attleboro Cultural Council grants provide funding for these events Museum of Fine Arts Field Trip November 1, 2014 Trinity Rep: A Christmas Carol Field Trip November 21, 2014 Museum of Fine Arts Field Trip December 14, 2014 The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Reception January 19, 2015 The Foreigner Performance February 1, 2015 The Foreigner Rights and Royalties February 1, 2015 Family Fun Event February 1, 2015 Henry the Juggler Show February 19, 2015 SENSEation Days February 19, 2015 Massachusetts High School Drama Festival Preliminary Level February 28, 2015 Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Field Trip March 1, 2015 Paper Making: Where Art and Science Meet March 1, 2015 The Wake of Matty O'Malley March 14, 2015 Reptiles Rock Flower Show 2015 March 15, 2015 Museum of Science Field Trip March 26, 2015 Southeastern Massachusetts Wind Symphony April 1, 2015 SMARTS Collaborative Touring Art Exhibit April 1, 2015 Project Connect Wayne Potash Concert April 1, 2015 Multicultural Night April 15, 2015 Weekend Comedy Performance May 1, 2015 Wingmasters May 1, 2015 Writing Workshop with author Roland Merullo May 1, 2015 Brennan Middle School Drama Club Spring Production May 1, 2015 Weekend Comedy Space Rental May 1, 2015 A Musical Journey Through the Years May 8, 2015 High Arts 2015 Text Art: Words as Images May 20, 2015 Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary Field Trip May 28, 2015 Geography Game Show May 29, 2015 Museum of Fine Arts Field Trip June 1, 2015 Plimoth Plantation Field Trip June 1, 2015 Reading is Magic: Every Hero has a Story July 1, 2015 Hornithology Summer Horn Ensemble July 15, 2015 Summer Reading Song and Story Celebration July 23, 2015 Attleboro's 1ABC September 1, 2015 STEM and the Arts in Our Community October 1, 2015 Monthly Educational Programs and Annual House Tour Ongoing The Marble Collection Magazine Ongoing Our Mission The Attleboro Cultural Council—ACC—is composed of area volunteers with an interest in supporting the arts and humanities in the city of Attleboro. Our mission is to promote excellence, access, education, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences. The Local Cultural Council (LCC) Program is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation, supporting thousands of community-based projects in the arts, humanities, and sciences annually. The program promotes the availability of rich cultural experiences for every Massachusetts citizen. We are one of over 300 cities and towns in Massachusetts supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Grant Proposals Attleboro Cultural Council LCC Grants fund proposals from organizations, schools, and individuals. Council grants support a variety of arts, science, and humanities projects in Attleboro — including exhibits, festivals, lectures, workshops in the areas of music, theatre, dance, nature programs, poetry, the humanities, science, history, literature, visual arts, short-term artist residencies, and performances in schools. The Cultural Council also entertains funding proposals from schools and groups through the Field Trip grant program, which provides subsidies for adults and children to attend cultural field trips. Past funded projects include: Attleboro's Annual Expo for the Senses Attleboro's 1 ABC — The Big Read Making a Home in Attleboro: Immigrants Past & Present Sokolow Dance Foundation See our Grant Information page for more information. ACC Grant Writing Workshops To help applicants in preparing an effective grant proposal requesting funding through an ACC grant, the Cultural Council each year holds a workshop, "Tips on Preparing a Grant Proposal to the Attleboro Cultural Council," at the Attleboro Public Library. Details on our next grant writing workshop will be posted on this web site, our Facebook page, and online at The Sun Chronicle. The workshop is free and open to the public for residents, non-profit cultural organizations, artists, musicians, writers, lecturers, historians, environmentalists, actors, dancers, poets, hands-on science programs, and schools interested in applying for funding from the Attleboro Cultural Council. ACC Community Input Survey The Attleboro Cultural Council collects your opinions to help us set our funding priorities for the next three years. Please take a moment to complete this survey. Thank you! An Invitation to Participate The Attleboro Cultural Council invites you to become a member! We welcome volunteers from the Attleboro area to decide how best to allocate the MCC funds for programs and activities, and to be advocates for all types of cultural endeavors and events. Our Council may have up to 22 members. Each member serves a 3-year term, and may opt to serve an additional 3-year term. The terms are staggered to ensure continuity in the make-up of the Council from year to year. In addition to the LCC grant process, members participate during the rest of the year by attending the programs and events funded by the LCC grants; maintaining the ACC website; participating in our annual reception for grant recipients; increasing the Attleboro area's awareness of the ACC; developing additional fundraising efforts and generally being an advocate for the cultural community in the area. To join, please write a letter to Mayor Kevin J. Dumas, Attleboro City Hall, 77 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703 expressing your interest in volunteering to serve as a member of the Cultural Council. The Mayor will submit your name to the City Council for approval. Once the City Council votes, you will be invited to the City Clerk's Office to be sworn in and receive your appointment. Please contact us for additional information. The Attleboro Cultural Council is a local cultural council supported by the This page published Sunday, 23-Aug-2015 16:29:24 EDT. 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