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The launch of Arts & Health @ NYU will present research on the arts’ role as a new frontier in health, care, and wellbeing as part of a citywide Healing Arts New York event series.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation today announced details for Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY), a three-year, $125 million initiative to reactivate New York State’s creative economy and secure the future of its artists. Part of the state-led recovery plan for New York, CRNY is a two-part workforce initiative that will provide artists with either full-time employment opportunities or guaranteed income to remedy the devastating economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The tulips are blooming, Broadway is coming back and the slowing of the pandemic in America seems to be in sight.
A multi-agency $15m initiative backed by the WHO and funded through a series of charity auctions at Christie’s will support artist-led projects to improve mental, social and environmental health.
Small and mid-sized arts organizations in Los Angeles County can apply for pandemic support thanks to a new $38.5 million fund launched by the J. Paul Getty Trust and supported by numerous other philanthropic groups.
On 12 and 13 November 2020, ICHCAP and the ICH NGO Forum virtually held the 2020 ICH NGO Conference. The fifteen participants, including eleven selected presenters from ten countries around the world, discussed various cases and activities of each country applied under the Corona-era, and proposed solidarity for the resilience of ICH for a ‘New Normal.’