Year: 2010



Meet a NYFA Artist: Virginia Creighton

NYFA speaks with Fiscally Sponsored Painter and Curator, Virginia Creighton. NYFA: Hi Virgina, what’s on your horizon right now? VC: I’m organizing a project that combines two disciplines – literature and art. “From the Page’s Edge: Water in Literature and Art” will tour the Northeast in 2011-2012 and will display eighteen drawings or paintings which…

Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter, Issue No. 17

Featured Artist: Mathilde Roussel Giraudy This month, our IAP Intern Flavia Berindogue, a Brazilian artist and designer, interviews Mathilde Roussel Giraudy, a French artist based in New York. IAP: You are an artist who has worked with different media, but in most of your work, vestiges of your childhood in France are always a constant.…

The Business of Art: Fiscal Sponsorship, a NYFA Program with National Reach

For many artists, the term ‘fiscal sponsorship’ remains shrouded in mystery. Yet for those creating major projects that require access to funding opportunities restricted to nonprofits, attaining a fiscal sponsor is essential. NYFA’s Fiscal Sponsorship program is one of the biggest of its kind in the country, and its successful track record in helping individual…

The Business of Art: A Conversation with Cristian Amigo and Philip Blackburn

CDs from The NYFA Collection. Photo: Daniel Wentworth. Innova Recordings has just released The NYFA Collection: 25 Years of New York New Music anthology. This collection, comprised of a five-CD set, came out of an idea put forth from composer Cristian Amigo, one of NYFA’s Artist’s Advisory Committee members, and Innova director/composer Philip Blackburn, who together spent countless hours producing…