Month: September 2015



Artists: This Is What You Need to Know About Gallerists

Just like any other relationship, it grows and evolves and is a process that is ultimately beneficial for both parties. On September 21 2015, Asya Geisberg, Founder and Owner of Asya Geisberg Gallery in Chelsea, spoke to a packed room of artists at NYFA’s offices about the relationship between artists and gallerists. We attended the…

Conversations: Susan Karwoska Interviews Bill Cheng

“Blues is a kind of art form that is without boundaries; it doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from—if you’re ready to receive it, it can change how you see.” Bill Cheng is the author of Southern Cross the Dog (Ecco Press, 2013).  His fiction has appeared and been collected in Guernica, The Book…

Building A Relationship between Artists and Gallerists, with Jessica Porter from Porter Contemporary on October 19, 6:00 – 7:00 PM

As part of Doctor’s Hours for Visual Artists programming Forging a relationship between artists and gallerists can be a difficult road to navigate, but with the right tools, solid and long lasting partnerships are possible. During our October 19 Doctor’s Hours event, we are hosting the third talk in a series of conversations with gallery…

Highlights from the September IAP Newsletter #73

Are you currently receiving our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter? Highlights from this month’s issue include:  A featured interview with Venezuelan artist Deborah Castillo about her upcoming solo exhibition RAW, conducted by her mentor Katya Grokhovsky (IAP ‘14/‘15). A spotlight with alumni Tuo Wang celebrating his acceptance to the Queens Museum Studio Residency Program.  Fall season festivals and special…