The Office of Nightlife is kicking off a 5-borough listening tour. New Yorkers are invited to raise issues, voice concerns, and share ideas on topics such as quality of life, public safety, regulations, enforcement, and the role nightlife plays in fostering creativity and social cohesion. Read more here.
Applications Are Open!
This groundbreaking program provides funds to complete projects by, for, or about all who identify as women. It is now accepting applications through October 16, 2018. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is administering the fund. Find out about eligibility requirements and how to apply here.
We teamed up with the Freelancers Union and IFP to launch the country’s first-ever Freelancers Hub, a resource center that features free coworking space, workshops, and direct services to support freelancers in media and entertainment. Learn more here.
New York in 25
In this new campaign, prominent New Yorkers lend their voices to boost awareness of NYC Life, the city's official TV station – channel 25 on most providers. The print, digital, and broadcast campaign reflects the station's diverse and award-winning original programming.
One Book, One New York turns NYC into one giant book club. This year's selection, Manhattan Beach, by Jennifer Egan, was a hit with book lovers citywide. The program culminated with a sold out event at Brooklyn Public Library.