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Flushing Town Hall's Queens Jazz Orchestra to Honor Phil Schaap and Charlie Parker with BIRD FLIGHT

On Friday, June 17, 2022, Flushing Town Hall’s Queens Jazz Orchestra will return live to the stage with 'Bird Flight,' a special tribute program honoring Phil Schaap and the genius of Charlie Parker.
André De Shields to Star as Frederick Douglass at Flushing Town Hall for Juneteenth

On Sunday, June 19 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM, André De Shields will return to Flushing Town Hall to reprise his role as the esteemed abolitionist leader and influential thinker in two, live performances of his self-crafted, solo show, André De Shields is Frederick Douglass: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory.
New York OperaFest Announces Opening 2022 Programming

NEW YORK OPERAFEST returns to in-person programming after two years of producing content virtually. For the first time since 2020, the festival will offer in-person productions in New York City from April 15 to June 15, 2022.
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Announces $51.4 Million in Grants

Today, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs announced grants totaling $51.4 million awarded to more than 1,000 cultural nonprofit organizations in support of public-oriented cultural programming across the five boroughs.
Mayor de Blasio Announces the Culmination of the New York City Artist Corps Program With Over 700 Events

Mayor de Blasio today announced the culmination of the New York City Artist Corps program with several showcases and hundreds of individual events happening across the boroughs this October.
NYC Musicians' Union, AFM Local 802, Announces Centennial Celebration

AFM Local 802 is celebrating its 100th birthday with live music and visits from top elected officials on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 1pm to 5pm at the Naumburg Bandshell at Central Park, including a proclamation from the City of New York honoring Local 802 on its centennial.
NYC Department Of Cultural Affairs Announces 2021-22 Public Artists In Residence

Today, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs announced three artist placements for the 2021-22 Public Artists in Residence program.
New York City Awards $26.4 Million to Complete Queens Museum Expansion

Mayor de Blasio, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, City Council, and Queens Borough President's Office have announced that New York City has allocated $26.4 million to complete the Queens Museum's expansion project.
Musicians' Union and Elected Officials Call on NYC Ballet to Negotiate Fairly With its Musicians and Settle on a Fair Contract

AFM Local 802 President Adam Krauthamer and 16 elected officials from across New York have called on the New York City Ballet to negotiate with its musicians and settle on a fair contract.
City Announces Over $11 Million In Capital Support For Cultural Organizations On The Snug Harbor Campus In Staten Island

The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Council, and Staten Island Borough President's Office have announced $11.1 million in FY 2022 capital funding contributed toward furthering major renovations, upgrades, and critical infrastructure projects for three cultural organizations on the Snug Harbor campus. 
New York City Announces $10.2 Million to Build A New Headquarters for Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater in the Bronx

With just over $3 million in new City money added as part of the Fiscal Year 2022 capital budget, the project is now fully funded with $10.2 million in City support. 
The Chocolate Factory Theater to Close 49th Street Location

The Chocolate Factory Theater has announced the closing of its longtime home at 5-49 49th Avenue in LIC, Queens - and the launch of its new permanent facility at 38-29 24th Street, one mile north.
New York City Plans City Artist Corps Program to Help Artists Get Back to Work

Mayor Bill de Blasio and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs today announced the NYC Artist Corps, a $25 million investment in local artists to bring creative programming and engagement to every corner of the city this summer.
Public Events in Each Borough Will Take Place to Mark the One-Year Anniversary of NYC's Cultural Shutdown

One year after New York City’s arts and cultural sector suddenly shut down over the period of one week in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, events in each borough will mark the somber anniversary.
The Rockwell Group and TAIT Partner to Create Pop-Up Theaters to Help Struggling Arts and Performance Groups

David Rockwell and his architecture and design firm Rockwell Group have joined forces with TAIT, a global leader in the design and construction of solutions for live events, to create OpenStage NYC, a new initiative that utilizes portable staging, to help arts organizations move to outdoor performances this spring.  
NYC Department of Cultural Affair Announces $47.1 Million in Grants, and New Measures to Support Cultural Organizations

The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs has announced over $47.1million in grants to 1,032 cultural groups, including new investments and measures to support the city’s vibrant nonprofit cultural sector as it continues to struggle through the COVID-19 pandemic.
NeON Arts Digital Workshops in Winter 2020 Offer Creative Learning Experiences for Young People Across New York City

Carnegie Hall, in partnership with the New York City Department of Probation (DOP), today announced that hundreds of young people from across New York City will participate in free digital creative workshops—including music production, theater, culinary arts, documentary filmmaking, visual art, and more—as part of NeON Arts.
New York City Council Considers Legislation Expanding Outdoor Performances

The New York City Council held an online hearing this week concerning proposed legislation aiming to create further opportunities for performances and similar cultural events in open spaces.
League Of Independent Theater Launches #cancelrent Social Media Takeover

The League of Independent Theater is calling for theatres, small businesses, and not-for-profits across NYC to join LIT on September 1st to flood social media with personal stories and images of the theatres that make up the great city of New York.
Rooftop Films, MoMI, NYSCI, NYCEDC to Screen Films in Queens & Brooklyn

Rooftop Films, in partnership with Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI), the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), today announced the opening of two drive-in festival locations in New York City.

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