Month: April 2020



Gaining a Competitive Edge in the Museum Field

Learn how the online MA in Museum Studies at CUNY SPS can help you get ahead on your own terms in our latest #NYFAPartner spotlight. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States has collectively pivoted towards online platforms to conduct business and stay connected and informed. Prior to the crisis, however, there…

Monday Motivation | Boost Your LinkedIn Profile

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week The current shift to remote work came out of necessity, but it might be here to stay. Under such circumstances, polishing up your online presence is even more important. Use this time to show your best self on LinkedIn by making sure your profile…

Conversations | Desirée Alvarez

“I think it’s an opportune moment to be reading, since we need escape and uplift right now. Sharing poetry and other writing online, whether by recording, video, or in print will find an eager audience.” Three-time NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow Desirée Alvarez (Printmaking/Drawings/Artist Books ’97, ’03 and Poetry ’11) talked to NYFA Learning about the challenges of…

#ArtistHotline | How to Look for Emergency Grants and Resources

Learn how to track financial relief for artists and freelancers, engage with other artists in difficult times, and ways to strengthen the arts community. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) recently hosted a webinar for artists and freelancers on best practices for finding much-needed financial aid during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the demand for emergency…