Objective 1: Increase equitable funding and support for culture, especially in historically underserved communitiesStrategy A: Increase the City's funding for cultural organizations, especially those in historically underserved neighborhoods
ActionProvided funding and technical assistance to community-based development and cultural organizations in Bushwick, Far Rockaway, and Morrisania for cultural asset mapping and community visioning workshops as part of DCLA's Building Community Capacity initiative.
Objective 3: Strengthen connections between the cultural sector and governmentStrategy B: Include arts and culture in the City’s neighborhood and resiliency planning
ActionParticipated, for the first time, in public engagements about arts and culture in neighborhood rezoning with communities including Soho/Noho, Downtown Far Rockaway, Brownsville, Gowanus, Bushwick, and Long Island City.
Objective 4: Address the affordability crisis for the cultural communityStrategy C: Promote the inclusion of cultural facilities in City-led developments
ActionSelected, in partnership with the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, three Brooklyn-based cultural organizations to operate a 20,000-plus square foot multi-discipline facility in a City-led affordable housing project in Brownsville.