Louis Art Museum received the most financial support from the Missouri Arts Council this fiscal year, but the council spread its money throughout the state, with 246 non-profit cultural and arts organizations receiving $3.
What does MAC stand for?
MAC stands for Missouri Arts Council (St Louis, MO)
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MISSOURI ARTS COUNCIL: The Missouri Arts Council (MAC) provides grants to nonprofit organizations to encourage and stimulate the growth, development, and appreciation of the arts in Missouri.
Bentley is not sanguine about the elimination of the Missouri Arts Council and the potential loss of $50,000, a grant that is less than half of the $112,000 the company received two years ago.
Louis Post-Dispatch theater critic, threw a bright, valuable light into that dark corner recently with a strong, sensible column about the Missouri Arts Council and its action in denying funding to the tiny HotHouse Theatre Company, based in downtown St.
Reed Tap Heritage Institute, a panelist for the Missouri Arts Council and official tap master for the Columbia University Missouri Folk Arts Program.
Miller's New Line Theatre is a non-equity professional company and receives partial funding from the Regional Arts Commission and the Missouri Arts Council.