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Dance/USA: President's Budget Would Shutdown Cultural Agencies

NEA Eliminated in Trump's Budget Proposal…

 

New York City-Based Arts, Cultural Organizations To Launch Coalition Supporting Immigrant Arts

A coalition of New York City-based cultural organizations will hold a kick-off breakfast on Tuesday, February 6 to unveil an agenda to support immigrant contributions to the arts in the United States of America.…

 

The Biggest Questions Facing the Dance World About Sexual Harassment

Last Saturday night, Dance/NYC, Gibney Dance and the Actors Fund hosted a conversation on sexual harassment in the dance world. The floor was open for anyone in attendance to share.…

 

Chancellor Fariña Announces Annual Arts in Schools Report, Celebrating Record-High Number of Certified Arts Teachers Citywide

Report Shows $17 Million Increase in Arts Programming Across All Schools…

 

Dance/USA Advocacy Update on Tax Reform and Universal Charitable Giving

Tax Reform Will Hurt Charitable Giving …

 

Dance/USA Statement In Support of a Healthy, Safe, and Equitable Culture

Dance/NYC joins Dance/USA and dance service organizations across the United States, including the American Tap Dance Foundation and The Actors Fund in New York.…

 

Dance/USA Advocacy Update on Tax Reform

Tax Reform Will Hurt Charities. Act Now!…

 

Dance/NYC Statement on Sexual Harassment

Dance/NYC takes seriously harassment in all its forms. It commends the brave individuals who are coming forward in the performing arts and across all sectors to share their stories of sexual harassment and abuse.…

 

 

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