Recovery For All Of Us: Mayor de Blasio Announces NYC Artist Corps

Mayor Bill de Blasio and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs today announced the NYC Artist Corps, a $25 million investment in local artists to bring creative programming and engagement to every corner of the city this summer.  Continue Reading →

Master Works Raises Spirits During The COVID Crisis At Mount Sinai Hospital In Harlem

Sony World Open Photography Winner, Christy Lee Rogers, donated two artworks to Mount Sinai Hospital, 1468 Madison Avenue in Harlem, NY.

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CCCADI Launches Phase 2 Of #ArtsGoBlack Campaign Challenging Arts & Culture Field To Address Systemic Racism

Two weeks ago, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) initiated Phase 1 of #ArtsGoBlack Campaign designed to express solidarity with all those protesting the horrific murders of countless members of our African Diaspora family by violent, racist attacks – all within 100 days. Continue Reading →


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