Month: April 2015



HIGHLIGHT REEL FROM PIXELS, LINES AND BITS: AN A/V PRESERVATION PRIMER FOR ARTISTS

Top tips from Preservation Consultant Kathryn Gronsbell If you were unable to join us for Kathryn Gronsbell’s awesome presentation about digital preservation procedures for artists and filmmakers, you can still access the goodies! Gronsbell generously shared the slides which you can access here. During her live presentation, Gronsbell’s passion for digital preservation shined through as…

60 SECONDS WITH SARAH CORPRON: DEVELOPING A PROJECT NARRATIVE

NYFA’s Fiscal Sponsorship Program Officer, Sarah Corpron, shares universal advice on how to write a successful project narrative. Writing art proposals are a good exercise in defining your creative priorities and mission, and can be a useful tool when sharing the public benefit of your work. When preparing your project narrative, Corpron emphasizes the importance…

NYFA IN NEW ORLEANS April 29 & 30

Free Artist as Entrepreneur: Core Principles for Building A Sustainable Practice Workshops with NYFA’s Director of Programs and Curator David C. Terry, NYFA’s Director of Programs and Curator, will be leading two professional development workshops for artists in New Orleans next week.  Artist as Entrepreneur: Core Principles for Building A Sustainable Practice workshops provide a…

FEATURED ARTIST: EZRA WUBE

New Feature from the Con Edison Immigrant Artist Newsletter No. 68  In this month’s issue, we highlighted mixed media artist Ezra Wube, an alumni of NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program in 2013. Ezra recently launched and founded the Addis Video Art Festival, taking place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Ezra’s country of origin. We talked with…