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A photo of a Broadway street sign in New York City.

Support for the Theaters of New York City

The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York is an organization that works to support and advocate for the city’s nonprofit theater community. They were founded in 1972 and their mission statement reads that they assist “over 350 member theatres in managing their theatre companies effectively so they may realize their rich artistic visions and serve their […]

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A photo of a Totoro exhibit at CAM.

Cartoon Art: One of San Francisco’s Most Unique Museums Seeks New Home

San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum (CAM) began in 1984 with a group of artists who would put up temporary shows in other museums and spaces. By 1987, they gained the attention of Charles M. Schwarz. With his endowment, they were able to set up a permanent location in Yerba Buena Gardens. They stayed at this […]

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The Met.

Met to Halt Expansion on Chipperfield Project

So much for the new expansions to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The $600 million expansion project will be put on hold after museum officials announced last month that they would be changing focus from the new project to figuring out what to do about their $10 million deficit. The museum […]

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Students work at an easel together.

Art Education On the Rise in NYC Public Schools

A new study conducted by the office of New York State controller Thomas P. DiNapoli found that almost all new high school graduates have completed mandatory art lessons. The study examined data from New York City’s Education Department, and the numbers are significantly better than they were only 4 years ago in 2011. Now, 95% […]

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