NYFA Learning encompasses NYFA’s professional development programs, which include panels, workshops, individual consultations, and in-depth training opportunities.
Please visit NYFA Current for upcoming programs and current NYFA Learning deadlines.
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.
NYFA's Online Learning Initiative provides professional development workshops for artists, arts administrators, and arts professionals nationally and internationally through a webinar platform.
Doctor’s Hours offers artists an opportunity for one-on-one consultations with a range of industry professionals in their creative field. Artists can receive practical and professional advice in person from one or more arts professionals.
NYFA offers regular Boot Camps for artists of all disciplines as well as arts administrators. These programs provide intensive professional development training, utilize individual and group learning, and emphasize community-building among the participants.
NYFA Coaching is a professional development service that offers individualized in-person or remote sessions with specialized NYFA staff or industry professionals.
THE PROFITABLE ARTIST
The Profitable Artist: A Handbook for All Artists in the Performing, Literary, and Visual Arts, NYFA’s comprehensive career guide, compiles a wealth of information for artists of all disciplines gathered by arts professionals and NYFA through dozens of interviews and in-depth case studies. The second edition, published in Fall 2018, is now available for purchase.
WORK SAMPLE REVIEWS
A Work Sample Review helps artists and students prepare for the realities of artistic careers through a behind-the scenes tour of professional review panels.
ARTS BUSINESS INCUBATOR (ABI)
The Arts Business Incubator (ABI) program provides a small cohort of New York City-based arts startup businesses with up to 18 months of custom-tailored, formalized support from NYFA’s knowledgeable staff and network of experts.
NYFA works with a diverse range of national and international partners, covering government institutions, nonprofits, and corporations, to create customized training programs for artists, curators, and arts administrators. For more information about our Educational Partnerships, please contact Judy Cai, Senior Program Officer, NYFA Learning, at email@example.com.