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Artist News: November Part II

Include some art in your Thanksgiving plans!  November is filled with many opportunities to see the work of NYFA Affiliated Artists and projects. Check out the following exhibitions, screenings, readings, and performances, and remember to let us know what you think on Social Media by using the hashtags #NYSCANYFAFellows and #NYFAFiscalSponsorship. Things to do &…

Live Now: November 19 #ArtistHotline

Join NYFA on Twitter until 5:30PM EST for Professional Development Resources & Advice NYFA’s monthly Artist Professional Development Day is live on Twitter under the hashtag #ArtistHotline. As part of the day, we’re hosting an #ArtistHotline Guest Chat, Application Strategies: Grants, Residencies, and Open Calls, from 1-3PM, followed by a Twitter Q&A about this year’s NYSCA/NYFA Artist…

Creative Careers Job Round-Up: Dance/Theatre

Are you ready to take your career aspirations to center stage?   There are many different facets to the world of performing arts. In this latest job roundup, we’ve gathered a list of open positions within Dance and Theatre organizations specifically. From stagehand positions and ticket sales, to managing marketing and outreach, opportunities to apply…

In Support of Artists

Dear Friends, Every change of power brings uncertainty. This presidential election has had divisive rhetoric and policy views concerning healthcare, entitlements for the LGBTQ community, and rights for immigrants, among other social issues. We reaffirm our belief that all people, regardless of gender, skin color, religion, whom you love, political perspective or expression must share…

November 16 #ArtistHotline Guest Chat: “Application Strategies: Grants, Residencies, and Open Calls”

Gain Insight on Arts Applications, from Researching Opportunities to Submitting Grants, Residencies, and Open Calls: artists, writers, and performers know these opportunities are valuable, but how do you find them? How do you evaluate a competition to know whether it’s worth your time and potential application fee? Most importantly, once you’ve decided to go for…