Month: July 2019



Monday Motivation | Not All Job Interviews Happen in Offices

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week Digital job boards lead to digital applications that can lead to digital interviews. If an employer chooses to talk to you via a video-chat interview, make sure to be prepared. Choose a quiet, well-lit setting where you won’t be interrupted, check your internet connection,…

Conversations | Meet the Organizers of IAP San Antonio, “Admitted: USA” Exhibition

“The idea to submit an artistic proposal to the Centro de Artes Open Call first came up during the potluck hosted by Ricky Armendariz, where everyone got a chance to connect and share their thoughts and experiences.” – Kim Bishop Admitted: USA is an exhibition by the first cohort of participants in NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Mentoring…

Monday Motivation | For the Culture

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week The next time you’re on a job interview, remember that you’re gathering data about whether the organization is a good fit for you. Tim Cynova, SPHR, Fractured Atlas’s Chief Operating Officer, recommends that applicants judge an organization “by its cover.” If working in a…

Business of Art | Tackle Creative Block

Four generous and surprising ways to work through a creative impasse. If you’re an artist of any discipline, you are surely well-acquainted with creative block. You may dread its coming at times, and appreciate its ability to challenge you to improve or innovate at others. Many factors can cause the blank state of creative block,…

Apply Now | NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp Program in Syracuse, NY

The deadline to apply for this free professional development program, presented by CNY Arts, is Friday, August 16. Applications are now open for this professional development program, which will take place in September 2019 in Syracuse, NY. The NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp will be presented free of charge to selected participants by New…