NYFA Learning encompasses NYFA’s professional development programs, which include panels, workshops, individual consultations, and training opportunities.
Our efforts combine ongoing programs with special off-site events; we collaborate with peers in the field like El Museo del Barrio and No Longer Empty to reach new audiences and establish stronger networks of support and resources for artists everywhere.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ARTISTS
From one-on-one consultations with industry professionals to intensive programs that focus on providing entrepreneurial training, NYFA Learning offers artists and students a variety of programming. Visit the Professional Development page to learn about the different programs we offer, from Doctor's Hours to Boot Camps.
IMMIGRANT ARTIST PROGRAM (IAP)
The Immigrant Artist Program (IAP) provides professional support to immigrant artists working in the New York City Metropolitan area and beyond, helping them integrate into the cultural world while upholding their distinct identities. For more information, please visit the Immigrant Artist Program page.
PROGRAMS IN ASIA
Using professional development as a platform, NYFA is expanding its services to the Asian market. NYFA offers diverse customized programs to provide critical training for artists, curators and arts administrators through residency exchanges, intensive workshops, and institutional partnerships. For more information, please contact Judy Cai, Program Associate of Asian Affairs, at email@example.com.
Image: La Fotateca Co-Director Juan José Estrada presents on marketing at the "El Artista Como Emprendedor" Boot Camp. Credit: Alejandro Alonzo. (March 2013)