Happening at NYFA



CREATIVE CAREERS JOB ROUND-UP: ART HANDLERS

“Each day presents a new set of challenges that must be addressed” Art handlers work with a variety of art institutions: art galleries, museums, corporate art collections and public art exhibitions. Their expertise is integral to the fast-paced world of art. Just think, every exhibition must be installed and deinstalled. Tons of artwork is safely…

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE APRIL IAP NEWSLETTER #68

Immigrant Artist Insights and Opportunities Are you currently receiving our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter? Highlights from this month’s issue include: A featured interview with Ezra Wube, Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program alum and founder of the Addis Video Art Festival, who talks about the advantages of working in the objectless medium of film back…

NYFA BOOT CAMP IN SUFFOLK COUNTY, NY

Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp comes to the Art League of Long Island this Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26, 2015. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is coming to Long Island. Working with NYFA, the Suffolk County Office of Film and Cultural Affairs has selected the Art League of Long Island to…

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 2015 NYFA IMMIGRANT ARTIST MENTORING PROGRAM

Apply by Tuesday, May 26 to participate! NYC is a huge metropolis, full with different perspectives, that made my hometown Tel Aviv look like a small village. In the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program (IAP) I met people from different backgrounds but with the exact same situation: trying to find there their way as immigrants in…

A CONVERSATION WITH ARTIST MICHELLE JAFFE

“I have faith that the process will lead me to where I need to go” Michelle Jaffe creates participatory installations utilizing sculpture, sound and video. Jaffe’s projects Neural and Wappen Field are fiscally sponsored by NYFA and her work is currently on view in Come to Bed!, a three-person exhibition curated by Roya Sachs. You…