Photo of hip-hop artists gathered on Harlem stoop

    The installation features legendary hip-hop figures who gathered to participate in a photo shoot that payed homage homage to Art Kane’s “A Great Day in Harlem," which featured Jazz greats of an earlier generation. 

Four illustrated portaits of women being honored.

    She Built NYC effort will honor Billie Holiday, Dr. Helen Rodriguez Trias, Elizabeth Graham, and Katherine Walker, joining Shirley Chisholm monument to bring new monuments to all five boroughs. 

City partners, elected officials, and Nuyorican Poets Cafe leaders ceremoniously

    NYC Cultural Affairs and the Department of Design and Construction broke ground on a transformative, City-funded renovation project for the iconic Lower East Side cultural institution.

DCLA gathers at Gracie Mansion with a proclamation for Percent for Art

    The interactive map spotlights 40 permanent public art projects for New Yorkers to explore across the five boroughs. It also features an audio tour with the voices of figures who have supported the program since its inception.

A TV cameraperson interviews Percent for Art director Kendal Henry in a park

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