Culture at the Table

The session resulted in recommendations that included embedding artists into resiliency efforts, developing a job description for a Commissioner of Cultural Affairs that supports cultural equity, and producing an Artist Policy Bootcamp.


Hosted by the Arts & Democracy Project
and Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts-New York


PARTICIPANTS


  • Associate Artistic Director, Urban Bush Women

  • Program Director, Green Light District, El Puente

  • Executive Director, Staten Island Arts

  • Director, Arts & Democracy Project;

    Co-Director, Naturally Occuring Cultural Districts-New York

  • Director of Public Programs, Education & Community Engagement,
    Friends of the High Line

  • Executive Director, Fourth Arts Block;
    Co-Director, Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts-New York

IDEAS FOR THE MAYOR-ELECT

 Event Highlights: 

"Cultural change proceeds and embodies political change. It enables us to imagine a city where we can live meaningful lives in thriving communities and build the relationships and public will to get us there." 


- Arts and Culture for a Just and Equitable City

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