The Lenox Cultural District was established by the Mass Cultural Council in 2019, in recognition of our unique blend of small town charm with world class culture and arts.

The Lenox Cultural Council, (as distinct from the District), with funding from the Mass Cultural Council and the Town of Lenox, awards grants to organizations and individuals to help underwrite projects, programs, and events in the arts, humanities, and sciences in order to foster a rich cultural life for Lenox residents.

Read about our journey to becoming a cultural district and our amazing partners here.

Lenox Cultural District NEWSLETTERS


May 2022 Spring Art Walk Expands
April 2022 Stakeholder Meeting
March 2022 “Women’s History: All the Lenox Ladies
February 2022 “Beyond James Van Der Zee”
January 2022 “Out With the Old, In With the New!”


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Lenox is home to renowned performing and visual arts venues, as well as historic sites and destination wellness and lodging facilities. Downtown Lenox has a high concentration of galleries, all within walking distance of each other. A full cultural experience in Lenox includes sampling our rich selection of restaurants and shops.

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2021 Events & Partnerships

Lenox Cultural District Community Stakeholder Meetings – View & Download

April 12, 2022, Annual Stakeholder Meeting / To view and download a recording of the meeting, go HERE.

6.15.21 Slide Presentation  / To view and download a recording of the zoom meeting, go HERE.

The Lenox Cultural District steering committee held a community stakeholder meeting via Zoom on January 25, 2021 to share and review the district’s projects during 2020, and discuss plans for the upcoming year. Click here to view the slide presentation. Click here to view the Meeting Notes.

Past Activity:

The Lenox Cultural District steering committee held a community stakeholder meeting via Zoom on June 29, 2020 to present the committee’s activities and discuss concepts for the district for the summer and beyond. Click here to seeing a recording of the meeting– to view the entire meeting, choose “download.” Click here to see the slide presentation from the meeting.  //  Click here to view the meeting notes.

2020 Events & Partnerships