A photo of Mayor Adams in front of Snug Harbor Music Hall

    Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, The St. George Theatre, Noble Maritime Museum, Staten Island Zoo, Staten Island Museum all received new funds in the City budget

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    PTP will own and operate the new center, which will amplify the voices of NYC’s diverse immigrant communities and cultivate work by local artists and arts organizations.

Three dancers in red flamenco costumes hold up dance shoes at MFTA.

    Materials for the Arts is distributing over 11,000 pairs of dance shoes to dancers, dance organizations, and public schools across NYC.

Up to date information on the COVID-19 coronavirus in New York City
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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