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With exhibition and performance spaces shuttered, artists are relying on the generosity of patrons.

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With exhibition and performance spaces shuttered, artists are relying on the generosity of patrons.

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"caring for those sick with Covid-19 and preventing others from becoming so remains the priority in New York City, as in the rest of the country. But how can we look out for others particularly affected by the crisis? Citywide closures of nonessential services have devastated the arts at every level: Exhibition and performance spaces have shuttered indefinitely, and thousands of New Yorkers working in creative industries, many of them freelancers, have seen their livelihoods disappear with no assurances about when they’ll be able to work again." Artists are struggling and this article demonstrates some things that can be done to help.
Samuel Rutter for New York Times Style Magazine

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New York Times Style Magazine

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06/27/2020

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07/15/2020
09/23/2020
11/17/2020

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04/03/2020
04/10/2020

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This item was submitted on June 27, 2020 by J. Michael Bailey using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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