Find an after school program for an elementary, middle, or high school student. Report a problem with an after school program.
Apply for art, office, and household supplies for artists and cultural organizations.
Learn about the certification needed for an artist to qualify for a joint living-working space.
Learn about the Mayor's citywide initiative which aims to help end hate by bringing people together to see common bonds.
Learn about summer camps, day camps, and overnight camps. Report a problem with a camp.
Buy or get permission to use high-quality photos of classic images of New York City.
Learn how to get a card that allows families free and unlimited general admission to 90 participating cultural institutions in New York City.
Apply for a grant for a non-profit cultural program.
Learn how the City spends money on cultural projects.
Learn how to use your library card to reserve a pass and get free admission to dozens of NYC cultural institutions.
Get a copy of a photograph of a City-owned building or monument.
Give materials or money to cultural organizations.
Learn about parades, festivals, exhibitions, public meetings, and workshops at City Agencies.
Apply for a new film, video, or photography permit, or check the status of an existing permit.
Get a list of films produced in New York City in the previous year.
Learn about Sam Durant's artwork, Untitled (drone), on display at the High Line park.
Learn about historical societies.
Learn about the benefits of having an IDNYC card.
Get help with updating IDNYC card information or replacing a lost or damaged card.
Get information about IDNYC issues, status of an application, and their Mobile Enrollment Center.
Get information about required documents to prove identity and New York City residency when applying for IDNYC.
Learn about New York City's IDNYC municipal identification card for people who live in one of the 5 boroughs of New York City.
Find a public library.
Learn about the Made in New York Incentive Program for film and television productions.
Get training for people who want to work full-time as a production assistant in New York City.
Learn about museums.
Apply for a permit to perform in subways, streets, parks, and ferry terminals.
Get help with credit, funding, office space, tax credits, training and other assistance for non-profit organizations.
Get information or make a complaint about NYC Media Group's television and radio shows.
Learn the rules for selling art, photography, reading material, or sculpture in City parks.
Learn about the 9/11 Memorial and Museum or schedule a visit to the Reflection Room.
Learn about places that hold dance, music, or theater performances.