Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

Spring forward by heading out and enjoying these events by Fiscally Sponsored artists!

Spring is coming, and there’s art on the agenda! See, hear, and experience the latest from Fiscally Sponsored artists this March in New York, Los Angeles, and Missoula, MT.

Starting March 1, Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People will be screened at select theaters in New York and Los Angeles. Directed by Oren Rudavsky, the film highlights Joseph Pulitzer’s legacy in the newspaper industry and his imprint in the world of free press during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Purchase tickets here. Can’t attend a screening? Then stay tuned for its televised premiere on Friday, April 12 at 9:00 PM on PBS (check local listings), and on the “American Masters” series page and PBS apps beginning April 13.

On March 10, Parthenia is performing “ARTEK & Parthenia: Al Naharot Bavel (By the Waters of Babylon)” at The Center for Jewish History in Manhattan. The concert, presented in collaboration with ARTEK, will showcase music from Jewish composers of the Renaissance and early Baroque periods. Learn more about the concert and purchase tickets here.

On March 16, Matthew A. Handal, director of the film Riding with thisABILITIES, will hold a screening as an official selection at the Equus International Film Festival in Missoula, MT. Handal’s film, which focuses on disabled children who are empowered through a therapeutic horse program, is also an Equus International Film Festival finalist for Best Documentary. The screening will take place at the Roxy Theater at 9:30 AM. Learn more about the film festival and purchase tickets here.

Are you an artist or a new organization interested in expanding your fundraising capacity through NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship? We accept out-of-cycle reviews year-round. No-fee applications are accepted on a quarterly basis and our next deadline is March 31. Click here to learn more about the program and to apply.

Image: Riding with thisABILITIES logo, Courtesy of: Matthew A. Handal

Amy Aronoff
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