Cool Culture

Back to School with Senate District 30

Cool Culture helped bring the cool–and snacks–to a Back To School Youth Resource Fair in Central Harlem.

Summer with Bloomberg Arts Interns

Cool Culture collaborates with two high school students through the Bloomberg Arts Internship to support program capacity, communications content, and development databases!

Wellness Wednesdays with the District 36 Community

Cool Culture helped bring the cool–and snacks!–to Wellness Wednesdays in BedStuy and northern Crown Heights in a series of District 36 community events.

Inspiring Physical Wellbeing: Toolkit Resources

“All bodies deserve love!” Download our Physical Wellbeing Toolkit to use storytelling to inspire wellbeing and art-making.

Curators for Educators: Health + Wellbeing are Human Rights

Educators came together for a guided herbal meditation, panel discussion, Brooklyn Museum gallery tour, and a collaborative brainstorm with visioning for the future.

Inspiring Civic Wellbeing: Toolkit Resources

Download our Civic Wellbeing Toolkit for resources and art-making that encourage the use of our collective power to call for change.

Board of Trustees Updates

Welcoming Dixie Ching and Lynne Toye to the board! We also thank Samantha Gilbert for her leadership as Chair and are excited to announce Rob Krulak as the newly elected Chair with Ahmed Yearwood as Vice Chair!

Bring the Cool! Honoring Juneteenth with Brooklyn Museum

Honoring Juneteenth: What does freedom, joy, and care look like to you, your family and community?

City Hall Rally for Arts and Culture Funding

Cool Culture, City Council Member Chi Ossé, and hundreds of nonprofits and cultural workers rallied for additional arts funding in the city budget.

NEA Grants for Arts Projects Award

The National Endowment for the Arts approved Cool Culture for a $30,000 Grants for Arts Projects award.