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Find educational resources across a variety of arts disciplines.
Discover interactive app-based cell phone tours of cultural sites across New York State. Multiple self-guided tours are available.
If you are interested in learning more about New York’s budget process, the Division of the Budget has a “Citizen’s Guide” available on their website.
The NYSCA Memory Archive is a collection of film and media arts materials from New York State arts organizations and individual artists, representing over fifty years of funding by the New York State Council on the Arts.
Learn more about New York State's powerful creative economy with this joint report from the NEA and BEA, published March 2022.
A webinar with Chris Walters, Grants Manager & Gallery Curator at The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes. Please explore the presentation here.
Upstart Co-Lab and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors have created The Guide: what cultural institutions need to know about investing for values and mission is the first primer on impact investing specifically for leaders of museums and other cultural institutions.
Learn more about the economic impact of COVID-19 on the arts and cultural sector of NYS. This report from Americans for the Arts was published December 14, 2020.
Find federal relief information, relief funds, webinars, impact surveys, data dashboards, articles providing context, and equity and mental health resources.
All day Monday-Friday, join workshops on career and finance essentials such as job searching and resume review, health insurance, budgeting and managing cash flow, and finding affordable housing.
AAM's resources include information about financial relief, staff policies, and using digital platforms.
All NYSCA direct grantees have access to the NYSCA/NYCON Technical Assistance Program. Please reach NYCON directly for more information.
This New York State Department of Education resource page provides guidance regarding museum deaccessioning regulations and best practices.
Testimony from the Center for an Urban Future regarding the economic impact of COVID-19 on the NYS arts and cultural sector. Provided at the NYS Senate Committee on Cultural Affairs, Tourism, and Parks and Recreation Arts Roundtable on October 21, 2020.