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Bryan Doerries, Artistic Director of Theater Of War Productions, Named Public Artist In Residence (Pair) With NYC Department Of Veterans’ Services & Department Of Cultural Affairs
The NYC Department of Veterans’ Services and Department of Cultural Affairs today named Bryan Doerries, Artistic Director of Theater of War Productions, as the City’s newest Public Artist in Residence (PAIR). The two-year residency, which will bring theater-based projects to all five boroughs, marks the second collaboration between the two agencies as part of the expanded PAIR program, created to enhance the City’s services through creative practice. The project, made possible through a $1,365,000 grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, will be the first city-wide public health program implemented by the Department of Veterans’ Services.
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.
Announcing the Launch of the Public Engagement Process for CreateNYC: A Cultural Plan for All New Yorkers
In October 2016, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs launched the public engagement process for CreateNYC, the City’s first‐ever comprehensive cultural plan. When it’s released in 2017, CreateNYC will provide a roadmap for building a more vibrant, inclusive, and equitable cultural sector for all New Yorkers.
Visit CreateNYC.org to learn more and participate.
Download the press release.
DCLA Receives Lucy G. Moses Award for the Restoration of the Historic Wavertree
The award recognizes projects that demonstrate excellence in the restoration, preservation, or adaptive use. The restoration of the Wavertree for the South Street Seaport Museum - funded by DCLA and managed by the Department of Design and Construction - was the first-ever municipally funded project of its kind.
Posted May 19, 2017