Artists, Institutions, and Public Funding for the Arts: The Legacy of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 1974-1982
Kossak Lecture Hall, 1527
Hunter North Building
East 69th Street between Lexington and Park
New York, NY
February 15, 7pm
Confirmed participants are: Tom Finkelpearl, Commissioner of Cultural Affairs, City of New York; Ted S. Berger, Executive Director of NYFA from 1973-2005; Rochelle Slovin, a director of CETA’s Cultural Council Foundation/Artists Project in New York and founding director of the Museum of the Moving Image; and Steven Dubin, a CETA participant in Chicago’s CETA Artists-in-Residence program, now a professor of sociology at Columbia, and the author of Bureaucratizing the Muse: Public Funds and the Cultural Worker.