Promote access to arts and culture for all New Yorkers, with a special focus on people from underserved communities
- Increase sustained engagement and participation of underserved populations in high-quality programming at established arts and cultural organizations
- Strengthen the arts infrastructure in the city and build capacity at critical junctures for organizations providing high-quality arts and cultural programming
Amigos del Museo del Barrio, Inc.
$225,000 (over three years)
To help support El Museo's non-school Family Programs and Cultural Celebrations
To help support the Take 5 and the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs
Ballet Hispanico of New York, Inc.
To help support the Ballet Hispanico Scholarship Fund for talented and underserved youth
Ballet Tech Foundation, Inc.
To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth
Bronx Children's Museum
To help provide start-up funds to create a children's museum in the Bronx
Brooklyn Academy of Music, Inc.
$275,000 (over three years)
To support the planning, piloting, and implementation of new and expanded education, humanities, and professional development programs in the new Richard B. Fisher Building
The Center for Arts Education, Inc.
To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution
To help support the Design Directions design education and career preparation program for underserved New York City high school students
Friends of the High Line, Inc.
To help support the out-of-school activities of High Line Schools & Education, a portfolio of arts-based programs that promote creative environmental engagement
International Center of Photography
To help sustain the Teen Academy and Internship Program at its recently expanded level
Mama Foundation for the Arts, Inc.
To help support the Gospel for Teens program
Mark Morris Dance Group/Discalced Inc.
To help support the Dance for Parkinson's program and the MMDG/NYCHA Partnership community outreach program
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
$150,000 (over three years)
To help bring high-quality arts and cultural activities to underserved K - 12 NYC students by training educators across disciplines, integrating new training strategies, and documenting changes in classroom practice
New York Hall of Science
To help support the Early Childhood and Family Programs Initiatives
Queens Museum of Art
$150,000 (over sixteen months)
To help support the Art and Literacy for New New Yorkers program and develop an effective means of measuring, tracking, and reporting on the results of this work
Young Audiences New York, Inc.
To help support the FamilyLink program