Month: May 2016



Legal Primer for Artists: Leasing Commercial and Residential Space & Dealing with Tax Issues

Join NYFA for a panel to learn about your rights as a residential tenant, the basics of leasing commercial space, and income and sales tax issues In cooperation with the New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Section (EASL), and EASL’s Committee on Fine Art, NYFA is pleased to present: “Legal Primer for…

Live Now: #ArtistHotline

#ArtistHotline is ready for your professional development questions! Join us today from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM for NYFA’s Artist Professional Development Day. Each month, #ArtistHotline creates a space for artists to ask their most pressing career questions, share best practices with one another, and to hear insights from arts organizations across the country. How can…

Artist Opportunities in the Sunshine State

Whether you’re looking for a residency, a writing contest, a supportive community, or funding for a specific project, Florida has a lot to offer year-round. As any Florida artist will tell you, there’s more to the state’s art scene than Art Basel in Miami Beach. Like the South in general, Florida is full of artist…

Multilingual Doctor’s Hours on June 1

NYFA is pleased to announce Multilingual Doctors’ Hours, a program developed to provide free, individual consultations in multiple languages, serving artists in all disciplines, including film and video makers, and writers. If you have reached a crossroads in your project, are having trouble beginning or completing a work sample, building a website or outreach strategy,…

NYFA Fellows News: May Edition Part II

This month #NYFAFellows can be seen and heard all around the city, further afield and even abroad in cities like Bologna, Italy. Whether you catch a new theater production by Ping Chong in Staten Island, explore Michele Brody’s outdoor work in Harlem, or catch Dread Scott’s work at the African American Museum in Philly, there…