NYC Launches New Civics And Arts Fund To Promote Civic Engagement Through The Arts

The Mayor’s Office of Strategic Partnerships launched a new public-private partnership to support opportunities for hundreds of young from Harlem to Hollis to connect with local arts productions and projects that help elevate civic culture and engagement. Continue Reading →

Mayor’s Office Of Immigrant Affairs Releases Second Annual Report For Fairest City In The USA

Today, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs released its second Annual Report, “State of Our Immigrant City.” Continue Reading →

City Announces $2.8 M In Funding For Cultural Organizations From Harlem To Hollis

Today, the de Blasio Administration announced that $2.8 million in additional funding will be allocated to over 175 cultural organizations in underserved communities in all five boroughs. Continue Reading →

First Lady McCray And Others Launch Program For Incarcerated Women From Harlem To Hollis

First Lady of New York City Chirlane McCray today announced a groundbreaking pilot program designed to allow mothers currently incarcerated at Rikers Island to visit and participate in activities with their children at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And NYC & Company Announce Record Tourism Numbers For 2017

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC & Company—New York City’s official destination marketing organization— announced that 2017 was the eighth consecutive year of record-breaking tourism. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC, DCLA Seek Partners For Affordable Artist Workspace Initiative

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) today launched two new efforts to build capacity for affordable artist workspace in New York City. Continue Reading →

Joint Statement From Tom Finkelpearl And Darren Walker On City Art, Monuments And Markers

Joint statement from Tom Finkelpearl and Darren Walker co-chairs of Bill de Blasio’s Mayorial Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments and Markers from Harlem to Hollis, New York: Continue Reading →

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