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The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts: ValleyCreates
The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts’ (CFWM) ValleyCreates Initiative seeks to strengthen and connect the diverse community of arts and creativity nonprofits in the Pioneer Valley. Through a variety of strategies, CFWM seeks to promote greater vitality and sustainability in the sector by addressing the needs that have been identified by the region’s arts and creativity community.
The Northampton Arts Council
The Northampton Arts Council works to support and nurture the arts in the city of Northampton. The Council awards grants twice (as well as other grants on a rolling basis) each year to artists and arts groups from both state and locally-raised funds, and seeks to improve public awareness of the arts. Its' goals include maintaining and preserving the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Northampton, programming such annual events of interest to the community as First Night Northampton, Northampton Summer Concert Series, Transperformance and Silver Chord Bowl, and advocating on behalf of the arts community.
Founded in 1980, the Northampton Arts Council has an all-volunteer board, and staff, consisting of a full-time executive director, a full-time arts events producer, one seasonal production consultant, and one student intern from Smith College.
Easthampton Cultural Council
The mission of the Easthampton Cultural Council is to distribute funds made available through the Massachusetts Cultural Council. This funding supports innovative and diverse cultural programs and activities dedicated to enhancing and guaranteeing public access to the arts and humanities within the community.
The goal of the Easthampton Cultural Council is to raise awareness and provide outreach regarding the grant process and to encourage individuals, groups, and organizations to apply for funding of cultural activities that benefit and enrich the citizens of Easthampton.
Mass Cultural Council
Mass Cultural Council works to elevate our rich cultural life in Massachusetts. We partner with communities across the Commonwealth to expand access, improve education, promote diversity, and encourage excellence in the arts, humanities, and sciences. Through our efforts, we make our state a better place to live, work, and visit for everyone.
Amherst Books is a locally owned, independent bookshop. We sell new & used books. Our particular strengths include poetry, literature, & philosophy. We carry a large selection of small press titles & literary journals.
The Black Labyrinth Tattoo Syndicate
We are a custom tattoo and art studio located in beautiful downtown Easthampton, Massachusetts.
The Black Labyrinth offers a comfortable, positive environment, encompassing love, creativity, and integrity through the craft of tattooing.
Clients and artists have the opportunity to come together, not as a transaction, but as a bond that fuses vision, imagination, and compassion; to create one of kind works of art and experiences.
Every path, every journey, and every maze is going to have its own unique solution. Getting tattooed should never be a homogenized experience, as we are all individuals, with our own unique journeys. While as tattooers we aren't changing the world, we hope that we can provide you with a little love and light on your path.
You Are Beautiful.
The Belchertown Cultural Counci
The Belchertown Cultural Council promotes excellence, access, education, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences to improve the quality of life for all Belchertown residents and contributes to the economic vitality of our community.
The Holyoke Cultural Counci
The Mass Cultural Council's 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. Each year, LCCs award more than $3 million in grants to more than 6,000 cultural programs statewide.