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    The City Artist Corps is a $25 million program investing in local artists to bring creative programming to every corner of NYC this summer.
    Learn more about this City program supporting arts and culture as a part of NYC’s recovery.
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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.

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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