Members of the Arlington Cultural Council (ACC)  are volunteers appointed by the Arlington Board of Selectmen for up to two consecutive three-year terms. They consist of artists, arts administrators and other community members with an interest in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences. The Arlington Cultural Council meets at least once per month, usually on the second Monday. Meeting date/time/locations are posted outside of the town clerk’s office, listed on the town website “meetings” calendar and on ACC’s town website page. Minutes and agendae are posted on our town website page.

Massachusetts General Law requires a minimum of 7 and up to 22 councilors, each serving a maximum of two consecutive terms of three years each. At present we have 8 members:
Name, Position, Term, End
E. Taylor, Co-Chair,  1, 10/16
J. Boudreau, at-large, 1, 5/17
S. Lubar, Rec.Sec., 1, 10/17
J. Timperi, Treasurer, 1, 1/18
M. Guerra, Co-Chair, 8/18
L. Richmond, at-large, 11/18
B. Buehler-Probst, at-large, 3/19
G. Marroig, Corr. Sec, 5/19


The Arlington Cultural Council distributes funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, to support arts, humanities and interpretive science projects that benefit our community. The Arlington Cultural Council is part of a network of 329 Local Cultural Councils (LCC) serving 351 cities and towns in the Commonwealth. The LCC Program is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation. ACC is committed to funding a diverse cross-section of activities that support a broad variety of art forms, ongoing work of individual artists, projects serving specific local populations and local cultural organizations. Grant applications are due by October 15. Determinations are made in November for projects beginning in January.

If you are interested in serving, come to meetings and submit a resume/CV and letter of interest.

Links: Website /ACC Page on the Town Website /Facebook  / Email – / ACC’s MCC page / Mass Cultural Council