MC3 has been vigilant in identifying the needs and desires of all of the segments of our community and surrounding region, including our minority community, our arts and education community, our business community, and more recently our region’s Veteran’s community. All of these significant changes have brought forth new energy that will be necessary to get this project across the finish line.
Create a world-class cultural and conference center offering state-of-the-art meeting and entertainment spaces, innovative and dynamic multi-cultural programming in a venue that honors veterans within the greater Annapolis region and the state of Maryland.
The cultural and conference center will be located at Park Place in the heart of the Annapolis’ Arts and Entertainment District.
MC3 needs the support of the community to bring this venue to life. The cultural arts and conference center will require $56 million to complete. Only with your generous support of time, funding, or connections at all levels can it become a reality. To stay updated with our progress or to get further involved please join our mailing list.
Since its founding, the city of Annapolis has been a remarkably diverse cultural hub within the state of Maryland. Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) leaders have played a critical role in the development of our city’s story. MC3 is dedicated to ensuring that within the arts, the historically segregated voices of BIPOC artists, become an integral part of Annapolis’ narrative now and in the future. MC3 is contributing to the diversity of our community by overtly embracing our rich multi-cultural background in the arts. We aggressively pursue non discriminatory programming and management through diversity, equity, and inclusion, our core values at work within the community.
A 501(c)(3) Organization The Maryland Cultural and Conference Center is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation and all gifts made to the Organization are tax-deductible to the extent provided by state and federal law. 100% of such gifts are retained by the Organization to support its operations.
Located in the heart of the Annapolis Arts District and within walking distance to hotels, restaurants and shopping, our outdoor venue is the perfect location for performances, events, parties, and more!
MC3 strives to uphold its diverse board and actively works to represent its community accurately and fairly. In order for MC3’s board membership to be more inclusive, we value cultural competency, life experience, and relationship building in addition to being able to provide financial viability to MC3.
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