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    Open Culture is a new program allowing socially distanced performances at over 100 street locations throughout all five boroughs.

    Applications open on March 1, 2021. Visit nyc.gov/openculture to learn more.

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    Materials for the Arts has created digital resources for teachers and students, including creative reuse projects, lesson plans, and virtual field trips. Learn more.
    
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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    In partnership with the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC & Company, we invite you to discover some of the extraordinary cultural experiences being programmed online.

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

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