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Keeping the Arts Alive in Maine

 

The PSO is profoundly grateful for all the support we have received to help us Play On and we are hopeful the PSO Passport and our new season will allow us to enrich lives through music, while we navigate the challenging road ahead.

Times like these show how vital the arts are to our communities, our state, and the world. Due to the pandemic, many of Maine’s beloved and vital non-profit performing arts organizations are facing difficult decisions and even potential permanent closure.

The PSO stands with our fellow non-profit performing arts organizations and co-signs the following open letter advocating our state and national leadership for a Performing Arts Covid Grant Program to help keep the arts alive during these dire times.

 

Click the button below to read the letter.

READ THE LETTER

Download the letter here


Be An Arts Hero

Contact Your State and National Leadership

To support your Maine non-profit performing arts organizations during the pandemic, please reach out to your state and national leadership to ask that a Performing Arts Covid Grant Program be included in any upcoming COVID relief plans. Their contact information can be found below.

Contact Congress Today

Contact Your Leaders Directly

Gov. Janet Mills
Email Gov. Mills here

Augusta Office:
207-287-3531

Sen. Susan Collins
Email Sen. Collins here

Augusta Office:                              Bangor Office:
(207) 622-8414                                (207) 945-0417

Biddeford Office:                            Caribou Office:
(207) 283-1101                                (207) 493-7873

Lewiston Office:                              Portland Office:
(207) 784-6969                                (207) 780-3575

Washington, D.C. Office:
(202) 224-2523

Sen. Angus King
Email Sen. King here

Augusta Office:                               Bangor Office:
(207) 622-8292                                (207) 945-8000

Biddeford Office:                            Presque Isle Office:
(207) 352-5216                                (207) 352-5216

Washington, D.C. Office:
(202) 224-5344

Rep. Jared Golden
Email Rep. Golden here

Bangor Office:                                  Caribou Office:
(207) 249-7400                                 (207) 492-6009

Lewiston Office:                               Washington, DC Office:
(207) 241-6767                                 (202) 225-6306

Rep. Chellie Pingree
Email Rep. Pingree here

Portland Office:                                 Waterville Office:
(207) 774-5019                                   (207) 873-5713

Washington, D.C. Office:
(202) 225-6116

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