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NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and NYC Administration for Children’s Services Announce Selection of The Lost NYC for Public Artists in Residence (PAIR)
The Lost NYC will create opportunities for LGBTQ youth to express themselves, to experience NYC’s cultural offerings, and to further engage them with the services and resources available through ACS. The residency marks the latest expansion of Cultural Affairs’ PAIR Program.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in New York City’s Cultural Sector
The Department of Cultural Affairs is committed to working with the cultural community to cultivate a sector that serves every New Yorker.
Paris and NYC Celebrate 2016 Tandem Cultural Exchange
From June through October Paris and New York City will celebrate the 2016 Tandem, a cultural partnership honoring the connections and cultural achievements of these cities with programming on both sides of the Atlantic. The Paris-New York Tandem 2016 will include music, dance, cinema, literature, theatre, the visual arts, as well as language, gastronomy, and cultural innovation. Pictured above, Wang & Ramirez will perform their piece Monchichi at BAM in October.
Learn More about the Tandem.
SU-CASA places artists and arts organizations in residence at senior centers across NYC.
With 102 residencies in 51 City Council districts, SU-CASA is the largest creative aging program in the country.