Chicago releases 1st cultural plan since 1986
CHICAGO (AP) — The city of Chicago released a new cultural plan on Monday — its first in more than 25 years.
The plan calls for making arts a core subject at Chicago Public Schools, providing tax incentives for creative industry start-ups and developing a large-scale new festival and permanent festival grounds.
According to the plan, most of the initiatives can be done within 18 months. Others will take about five years.
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