Month: May 2020



Event | Online Doctor’s Hours for Visual & Multidisciplinary Artists

Monday, June 29 Doctor’s Hours event will offer remote one-on-one consultations with art professionals. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will host the next edition of its popular Doctor’s Hours program, which is designed to provide practical and professional advice from industry professionals, online on Monday, June 29.  This event will serve Visual and…

Apply Now | NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship

Partnering with NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship strengthens your ability to launch your project into the world. The next no-fee deadline to apply is June 30. Artists are visionaries. They not only create art to share with their communities, they lead crowdfunding campaigns, research and apply for grants, and build relationships with donors to execute meaningful projects.…

Conversations | Wo Chan a.k.a Pearl Harbor

“What does it mean to center artists and the arts as a community resource? I think this is important and ever-evolving work.” In the spirit of Asian and Pacific Island American Heritage Month in May and LGBTQ Pride Month in June, we spoke with NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow Wo Chan (Poetry ’17) about cultivating kinship with…

Monday Motivation | A Website of Your Own

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week Digital portfolios are not just for your artistic practice. Building a comprehensive and creative website about your professional skills can also help you land the job you want by listing a lot more accomplishments than you’re able to squeeze into a resume or cover…

Monday Motivation | Get (Virtual) Help from your Local Library

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week Did you know that many public libraries offer free resources to help you with your job hunt? From general career guides to resume assistance, bookmark your local library’s website right now and reach out to them before applying for a new job. Many of…