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The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network is the voice of the nonprofit sector in Massachusetts and understands that strong nonprofits build strong communities. MNN is the only statewide organization dedicated to supporting the entire sector through policy, awareness and capacity building strategies.
Americans for the Arts is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With more than 50 years of service, it is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.
The USEA is a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization made up of artists who live and work in Boston’s South End. Its mission is to support local artists and to help promote the arts in the community by organizing opportunities and events for artists to show and publicize their work, including group shows and exhibits throughout the year.
Local Arts Resources
Boston Center for the Arts is a 501 nonprofit visual and performing arts complex in the South End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The BCA houses several performance and rehearsal spaces, restaurants, a gallery, the headquarters of the Boston Ballet, the Community Music Center of Boston and several other arts organizations and artist studios.
ARTMORPHEUS is a Massachusetts-based artist-driven not-for-profit that partners with creative individuals in all disciplines and a wide range of business, nonprofit and government entities to facilitate dynamic collaborations and connect artists with vital resources.
Center for Art and Community Partnership at Massachusetts College of Art and Design organizes community-based projects with neighborhood organizations, schools, corporations, and institutions to create mutually beneficial, sustainable partnerships in the visual arts. The Center uses art as a catalyzing force for citizens to act creatively together.
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts of Massachusetts provides pro bono legal services, advice, and education programming to artists and cultural organizations in Massachusetts. The VLA accomplishes its mission through the work of a panel of nearly 400 attorneys who volunteer their time and services to provide legal counsel, education, and organizational support to the Massachusetts arts community.
Working Artist’s Toolkit, created by The Massachusetts Cultural Council, has a wide range of resources for working artists… a “kit” of funding, services, blog posts, and other forms of support to serve as useful tools in your work as an artist.