Over at Crain's New York Business, ace arts reporter Miriam Kreinin Souccar points out that City-funded cultural institutions should expect cuts of up to 40%. If cultural institutions are forced to scale down, teaching artist jobs will be collateral damage.
Crain's New York Business, 5/16/10
"The Queens Botanical Garden could be forced to cut its hours during the summer and to close down for part of the winter, and it just started charging admission fees for the first time. The New York Hall of Science may have to cancel its spring and summer exhibits next season. And the Public Theater is considering shortening its free Shakespeare in the Park season to six weeks from eight..."
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