Artists' Challenges and Opportunities in the Next Four Years

Four prominent artists discussed the advantages of being an artist based in New York City, how New York City benefits from being a destination for artists, and how the new administration can help make the city more livable, affordable, and friendly for artists.


Hosted by the New York Foundation for the Arts


PARTICIPANTS


  • Fellow, Printmaking, New York Foundation for the Arts

  • Fellow, Performance Art & Multidisciplinary Work,

    New York Foundation for the Arts;

    Artistic Director, Circus Amok

  • Artistic Director, Pregones Theater

  • Fellow, Sculpture & Interdisciplinary Work, New York Foundation for the Arts

  • Robin Pogrebin

    Journalist, The New York Times

IDEAS FOR THE MAYOR-ELECT

 

Event Highlights:

"Artists are being driven away by the high cost of living."

 
- Dread Scott, Fellow, Sculpture & Interdisciplinary Work, New York Foundation for the Arts

"The artists that last in New York City are the ones who have low overhead. We really need to look at space, housing, and how much it costs to live here."

 
- Jennifer Miller, Fellow, Performance Art & Multidisciplinary Work, New York Foundation for the Arts;
Artistic Director, Circus Amok

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