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NYC Arts Resources

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These links will help when reporting on topics related to Arts and Tourism.


Restaurant Inspection Information


Find information on the latest inspection of each of New York City's more than 20,000 restaurants.


Art Commission


The Art Commission reviews and approves works of art, architecture, and landscape on City-owned property and has an extensive photo archive that includes images of murals, architecture, sculpture, landscape architecture, and street furniture.


Cultural Affairs, Department of


The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) ensures that cultural activities are an integral part of New York City’s civic and economic life by providing support, advocacy and technical assistance for the City’s cultural community. DCLA’s constituency consists of the 34 City-owned cultural institutions comprising the Cultural Institutions Group (CIG) and more than 1,500 other not-for-profit organizations serving constituencies in all neighborhoods of the City. DCLA also provides donated materials for arts programs offered by the public schools and cultural and social service groups, and commissions works of public art at Cityfunded construction projects throughout the City. Long-term, ongoing projects include collaborating with other government agencies on the redevelopment of Lower Manhattan, capital development projects throughout the City, and special seminars supporting the field.



Latin Media & Entertainment Commission


The Latin Media & Entertainment Commission advises the Mayor on business development and retention strategies specific to the Latin media and entertainment industry. The Commission consists of leaders from the Latin and mainstream media industry, community leaders, and business executives. The heads of seven City agencies also serve on the Commission as ex officio members.


Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting, Office of


The Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting advocates for the industry with both public and private organizations and individuals and promotes the City's reputation as an international production center.

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