Month: July 2016



Save The Date: #ArtistHotline Returns August 17

Recap of July’s Artist Professional Development Day and mark your calendar for the next discussion: Wednesday, August 17, 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM. Thank you to everyone who participated in July’s #ArtistHotline, and kudos to all those artists who are using their summers to work on professional development!  Here are some of the key themes…

Artist News: July Edition Part 3

See the work of NYFA-affiliated artists around New York City and beyond In today’s edition of Artist News, we’ve got many opportunities for you to engage, explore, and experience art created by NYFA-affiliated artists. From recently named Fellow Ekene Ijeomas’ debut of the public art app, Look Up, to a special screening of the new…

IAP Featured Report: Top 9 Tips for Thriving in New York City

IAP volunteer, educator, and blogger Kendra Howard reports tips and advice for working in the arts and navigating opportunities in New York City. On Tuesday, July 12, more than 60 of the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program’s current participants, mentors, and alumni from 2007 and onwards met up at the annual Alumni Mixer to hear from…

Creative Careers Job Round-Up: Development

Do you want to be a breadwinner for an organization you love? A job in development can be a great fit for someone who is passionate about writing, meeting new people, and supporting an organization in achieving its mission. There are many individual, institutional, corporate, and government donors out there; it’s up to those working…

Opportunities Roundup: Open Calls

Are you an artist looking to get your work in the public eye? NYFA Classifieds has numerous opportunity listings to connect you with galleries, festivals, and other events seeking artists’ work to display. NYFA’s listings include opportunities in disciplines as diverse as game design, print making, performance art, sculpture and print making. With locations ranging…