NYC's "City Artist Corps" Will Provide Funding to Artists for Public Works

New York City has established a new $25 million program, the City Artist Corps, to provide funding to artists, musicians, and other performers "to create works across the city, whether through public art, performances, pop-up shows, murals or other community arts projects," The New York Times reported.

As the Times explains, Gonzalo Casals, the city’s cultural affairs commissioner, said "the initiative would help ensure that artists were not left out of the city’s recovery from the pandemic."

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