The Bedford Cultural Council will begin accepting on-line applications for grants for the 2019-2020 grant cycle commencing September 1, 2019.
The Bedford Cultural Council provides grant money to individuals and non-profit organizations. These grants support a variety of artistic and cultural projects and activities in Bedford, including concerts, theater productions, festivals, workshops, lectures, exhibits, field trips, and many more projects.
Online applications will be available on September 1 at www.mass-culture.org/Bedford, or on the Council’s website http://www.bedfordma.gov/cultural-council. Applications will be accepted through October 15.
Currently funded projects include
- Robert Bass – “As I see it”- Photography by Bob Bass
- Bedford Arts and Crafts Society – Series of Artist Demos and Workshops
- Bedford Arts and Culture Working Group – Utility Art Box Project
- Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group – Image as Metaphor: Creating Projects with Deeper Meaning
- Bedford Embraces Diversity – Martin Luther King Jr Day Community Breakfast
- Bedford Garden Club – The Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh
- Bedford Girls Scout Troop 69034 – Painting with Friends for a Cause
- Bedford Historical Society – Community Lecture Series
- Bedford Mothers Out Front – School Liquids Trash Diversion Pilot
- Bedford Patrons of Music Students – POMS Musical Salon
- Bedford TV – Multi-Camera Video Recording with Sling Studio
- Concord Women’s Chorus – Searching Love
- Delvena Theatre Company – Meet Julia Child!
- Eileen Herman-Haase – Dancing Through the Decades with Dance Caliente
- Scott Jameson – ‘A Universe of Stories’ Library Program
- Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet – Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet Concerts (3) and
Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet Composition and Performance
- Nashoba Learning Group – Transportation to Local Community Worksites
- John Root – A Celebration of Song
- Silver-Ebony-Ivory Trio – Silver-Ebony-Ivory Trio Concert
- The Concord Chorus, Inc. – Concerts
- Roger Tincknell – Pete Seeger to Peter, Paul, and Mary
- Leslie Wittman – Letter to My Younger Self