Month: November 2016



Borderless: In Time at the Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

NYFA Goes to Amsterdam Curated by David C. Terry, Borderless is a three-venue event series that will take place in three cities in three different countries simultaneously: New York, Amsterdam, and Berlin.  The exhibition series focuses on the theme of living without borders, the past and present challenges faced by borders, along with what defines…

DUMBO First Thursday & Fellowship Application Info Session

See you in DUMBO on December 1 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Join us during Dumbo’s monthly First Thursday Gallery Walk at NYFA Gallery to view the exhibition, Borderless: In Residence and for an informal NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Application Info Session on December 1, 2016 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. DUMBO First Thursday Gallery…

Creative Careers: Music Jobs Roundup

“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” – Victor Hugo Interested in supporting the arts through music? Symphonies, music academies, conservatories, orchestras and more are looking to hire hard working individuals that share their passion for music! Explore the jobs we’ve rounded up below to learn…

Marketing 101: How to Share Your Story

“Your stakeholders are your audience with an already existing vested interest in what you do.” Marketing is an essential tool for artists to share their work, grow their audiences, and build supporters. Yet, determining who the audience is and when and how to reach them can be challenging and time consuming tasks. Mara Vlatković, Digital…

“How Does A Gallery Find Me?”

A Talk with Michael Findlay from Acquavella Galleries On September 26, 2016, Director of Acquavella Galleries Michael Findlay gave a talk at NYFA to a room full of artists to tackle the age-old question of “How Does a Gallery Find Me?” As you can imagine, the answer will never be straightforward and for an hour…