Author: Amy Aronoff



Image: a headshot of Michael Findlay, a distinguished man with white hair wearing a casual yellow button down shirt who stands in front of a maple tree.

Business of Art | Five Art World Insights from Long-Time Gallerist and Collector Michael Findlay

Findlay, a NYFA Board Member and Director of Acquavella Galleries, shares top tips for artists navigating their careers in the time of COVID. The COVID-19 pandemic has left many in the arts community reeling and adapting to an increasingly digital world. Through the immense challenges brought forth by the pandemic and the realities of being…

Image: Graphic with headshots of sociology professor Ginetta Candelario, artist Lina Puerta, artist and author Elia Alba, and art historian Tatiana Reinoza.

Online Panel Discussion: Womanhood and Women’s Rights

October 21 event led by sociology professor Ginetta Candelario with artists Lina Puerta and Elia Alba and art historian Tatiana Reinoza. Join New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) for an online panel discussion led by sociology professor Ginetta Candelario, with artist Lina Puerta, artist and author Elia Alba, and art historian Tatiana Reinoza, presented…

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Announcing | Meet Roger, NYFA’s Chatbot!

We’ve been working on something special over the last year, and are excited to share it with you! Through the invaluable support of the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, we have built and launched a chatbot to help you better understand and navigate NYFA’s resources and programming. This new feature gives our online audience the opportunity…

Image: This color photograph depicts a large tree emanating from a thicket of bushes and ivy. It’s springtime so the branches of the tree are still bare which stands in contrast to the lush vegetation that surrounds it. Instead of leaves the branches contain around 20 soccer balls of different colors and ages. The balls make the tree look festive but also sad, a testament to the lost playthings of early youth.

Online Doctor’s Hours for Visual & Multidisciplinary Artists

Monday, October 5 Doctor’s Hours event will offer remote one-on-one individual 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, October 5.  This event will serve Visual and…

Introducing | 2020 Canadian Women Artists’ Award Recipients Destinie Adelakun and Sara Jimenez

The Canadian Women Artists’ Award is offered by NYFA with funding from the Canadian Women’s Club of New York. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has announced interdisciplinary artists Destinie Adelakun and Sara Jimenez as its 2020 Canadian Women Artists’ Award recipients. The $5,000 award is designed to provide financial support to women-identifying…