Arts and cultural workers have multiple ways to share their experiences and learn more about the local, state, and federal responses to COVID-19 starting May 20, 2020.
May 20, 12pm – 1pm: The Worcester Cultural Coalition and Mass Cultural Council host an online Town Hall Forum with Congressman Jim McGovern. This meeting is an opportunity for members of MA’s cultural sector to share their concerns and stories and ask questions of one of the arts and culture’s strongest champions in Washington, D.C., as well as MCC Executive Director Anita Walker and WCC Executive Director Erin Williams.
May 21, 1pm – 2pm: Join the Worcester Cultural Division, Worcester Cultural Coalition, Greater Worcester Community Foundation, and City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. for an update on the state of the culture and arts community during COVID-19, and responses to your concerns.
People in the arts, cultural, and creative community have been seriously impacted by COVID-19. We need your input. Arts, culture, and creativity are needed now more than ever before.
Starting May 20, each Wednesday from 8:30am – 9:30am, the Worcester Cultural Coalition will host an opportunity to hear the latest on the local, state, and federal responses to COVID-19 and its impacts on the local cultural community.
The Worcester Cultural Task Force meetings are open to all artists, creatives, and cultural workers in the Worcester area.