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MetroWest Fund for Arts & Culture

A contribution to the MetroWest Fund for Arts & Culture helps share the local culture, supports the creative economy, and improves the overall quality of life in our community.

Art and culture surround us, adding richness and color to our days, complexity to our thoughts, and vibrancy to our civic life. They are a critical component of our community.

MetroWest takes pride in its rich cultural history and in the quality of its arts and cultural organizations. Performance venues, art galleries, music schools, and historical societies all make their homes in our community. These institutions partner with our towns and cities to serve the greater good. They are integral to community-building efforts and are part of what makes MetroWest a wonderful place to live.

Your donation to the MetroWest Fund for Arts & Culture will support ongoing cultural work in our region and ensure that MetroWest continues to be a center for arts and culture in the future.

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Arts & Culture Grants:

Funds will support necessary building improvements related to accessibility, including modifying an existing accessible ramp and restroom, adding a bi-level drinking fountain, and purchasing a portable stage lift.

Funds will support efforts to replace all windows in the facility to help significantly reduce utility bills.

Funds willl support the Decoding Dance series aimed to present high caliber kathak performances on diverse community platforms in order to engage audiences, help decipher the complexities of Indian classical dance and highlight its universal relevance. 

Funds will support the expansion of the hands-on visitor experiences in FY18 to create the Lab, an all-new space that will thoughtfully integrate art, science, and nature.

Funds will support improved and increased marketing efforts for the organization to help with increasing audience size.

Funds will support a monthly children's series, including low-cost opportunities for families to enjoy children's concerts, puppet shows and theatrical performances that are both entertaining and educational.  

Funds will support efforts to build two, five-stall handicapped accessible restrooms.

Funds will support a cataloguing project to recreate lost data and record it in a digital database to improve collections management, delivery of services, and public outreach.

Funds will support three free performances of its critically-acclaimed production "Thurgood" being brought to venues in MetroWest communities to perform for underserved youth, seniors, and the general public. Performances will be scheduled in Winter/Spring 2018. 

Funds will support the planning, resarsal and production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella in 2018, which will star a mixed population of actors ages 9 and up of various ability, including approximately 35% actors with special needs; such as mobility challenges, Autism, Down Syndrome, cancer and Deafness). 

Funds will support the organization's efforts to revitalize a historic town asset to build a History Center, complete with museum galleries, an archive, and a visitor’s center, in the town-owned c. 1730 Loring Parsonage located in Sudbury’s Town Center. 

Funds will support the development and implementation of “makerspace” programs that meet the specific needs of families with children on the Autism spectrum, who are deaf/hard of hearing, or who are visually impaired.