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A new bill from congresswoman Grace Meng, a democrat from Queens, calls on the Smithsonian to consider opening a National Museum of Asian Pacific American History and Culture.
The United States Senate voted today to confirm Mary Anne Carter as chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. Carter had served as acting chairman of the agency since June 5, 2018 and becomes the Arts Endowment’s 12th chairman since its inception in 1965.
The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs announced its 2019 action plan for its CreateNYC culture plan, pledging record-breaking budgets for inclusion and diversity programs in cultural institutions
The United States Senate voted today to confirm Mary Anne Carter as chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
The value of this research, as a tool to guide policy and fund development and to improve management practices, will be measured best by its application—the dialogue, creative problem solving, and action it generates to address inequities in dance and move the art form forward.
In the two years following the release of the Cultural Plan, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and its partners made progress on a wide range of the strategies and recommendations in CreateNYC. In July 2019, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs released the new CreateNYC Action Plan, along with a redesign of the CreateNYC website.