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NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Announces 2020 NYC Public Artists in Residence
Four artists will work within three City agencies to address issues related to families and social bonds, racial and social justice, and community engagement through creative practice.
August 27, 2020
Learn more about the 2020 PAIR program.
NYC Public Artist in Residence (PAIR) Julia Weist Debuts Digital Public Artwork Series Public Record
The artworks, which were submitted as official City records, are publicly available by submitting a Freedom of Information Law request. Public Record marks the culmination of Weist’s residency with the NYC Department of Records and Information Services.
May 18, 2020
Learn more about Weist’s PAIR.
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Launches Survey Examining the Impact of COVID-19 on the City's Cultural Sector
The city is asking groups to complete the survey by May 8.
April 24, 2020
Read the press release.
Mayor de Blasio Appoints Gonzalo Casals as Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs
As Commissioner, Casals will lead the Administration’s efforts to foster a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive cultural sector.
March 11, 2020
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Announces Open Call for the City’s Next Public Artists in Residence
NYC’s PAIR program places artists-in-residence with New York City municipal agencies to address pressing civic and social challenges through creative practice. Artists and artist collectives can apply to embed within one of four agencies participating in the 2020 program by March 29, 2020.
February 27, 2020
Learn more about the PAIR open call.
NYC Cultural Affairs Announces 2020 Mayor’s Grant for Cultural Impact Recipients
Now in its third year, the Mayor’s Grant for Cultural Impact will support ten unique partnerships between NYC municipal agencies and non-profit cultural organizations.
January 23, 2020
Read more about this year’s grantees.
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Announces Awards to 36 Nonprofits through CreateNYC Language Access Fund
Building on recommendations in the CreateNYC cultural plan, $725,000 is being distributed through this new, competitive grant program to support cultural activities for New Yorkers whose primary language is not English.
January 8, 2020
Learn more about the CreateNYC Language Access Fund.