A large group of people smile and throw confetti in the MFTA warehouse.

    Teachers in all subject areas are invited to access the vast array of materials available in MFTA's 35,000 square-foot warehouse.

Group photo of Brooklyn capital awardees.

    The new funding was announced as part of Mayor Adams' historic $127M investment in cultural capital projects citywide. 

Photo of paintings in MFTA gallery.

    Through repurposing fabric, frames, photographs, beads, plexiglass, and decorative paper, Awai explores a powerful female entity from Caribbean folklore.

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COVID-19 coronavirus

    For the most up-to-date information on the COVID-19 coronavirus in New York City, visit www.nyc.gov/coronavirus.

    DCLA partnered with Americans for the Arts and SMU DataArts to examine the financial impact of COVID-19 on NYC's non-profit cultural sector.  Read the report.

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    Read the latest news from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.

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