Arts Instruction Grew in NYC Public Schools This Year

Arts Instruction Grew in NYC Public Schools This Year
Instruction in the the arts expanded in New York City public schools in 2015, according to the New York City Department of Education's “Annual Arts in Schools Report” released today. The city's schools have added 175 new positions, following four years …
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What to Do on New Year's Eve in New York
Milford Graves, Marc Ribot, John Zorn These three musicians — drummer, guitarist, alto saxophonist, ages 74, 61 and 62 — are imposing and fearless New York wild cards, important to the last half-century of music in this city. …. She'll perform a …
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Interview: Mikhail Baryshnikov Looks Back On A Decade With His NYC Arts Center
This year the Baryshnikov Arts Center celebrates 10 big years in New York. Founder and dance legend Mikhail Baryshnikov is deservedly proud of the work his multi-discipline complex has done. The facility, located in the area known as Hell's Kitchen in …
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Art for the Holidays: A New York Visitors Guide

Art for the Holidays: A New York Visitors Guide
New Year's Eve afternoon is usually the least bustling during the busy holiday week. — You will have an extra day at the Whitney Museum of American Art, which has seen a soaring number of visitors since opening in its downtown location in the spring.
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New Report Shows Art Education Growing in NYC Public Schools
According to the New York City Department of Education's “Annual Arts in Schools Report”, arts instruction in New York City public schools expanded in 2015, with schools adding 175 new positions throughout the system following four years of maintaining …
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Study: Cleveland's Arts Attendance Is Comparable to New York City's

Study: Cleveland's Arts Attendance Is Comparable to New York City's
According to recent analysis by the Plain Dealer's Steven Litt, the number of attendees was then divided by the population in the greater Cleveland area, resulting in Cleveland's fifth-place rank with 87 percent of New York City's cultural activity …
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City Takes Look at Diversity of Arts Groups
An effort to measure whether New York City's cultural organizations reflect the famously diverse metropolis they serve has focused fresh attention on a concern that has bedeviled some in the arts world for years. National surveys indicate that …
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