CETA Arts - Resources and Links

"Looking for CETA: Tracking the impact of the 1970s federal program that employed artists."
an article by Linda Frye Burnham and Steven Durland on the site Forecast Public Art (May 23, 2017)

Frye Burnham and Durland also wrote a two-part book "The CETA Arts and Humanties Experience"
(by Morgan Management Systems for the U.S. Department of Labor, 2011).
It is available from Kindle.

55 file boxes of records of the CCF CETA project are held by NYC Department of Records - Municipal Archives.
The resouce is described in WorldCat's ArchiveGrid.
The Municipal Archives Visitor Center is at 31 Chambers Street, but the CETA records are stored offsite,
so advance arrangements must be made to have the desired file boxes brought to the Center.

A reflection by CETA Artist Dawoud Bey on the experience, from his Blog.

NYC's City Lore is initiating a project to document and archive the CFF CETA project.
They maintain a Facebook Page called "New York City CETA Artists Project."

An article from the N.Y. Times (December 30, 1977) announcing the CETA-funded NYC Artist Projects.

The page from Create NYC plan dedicated to the CETA Artist Projects.