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Building a Project Budget

Creating a good budget does not have anything to do with liking math or being a numbers person. It is a form of storytelling.  Just like a 60-second elevator pitch or a 500-word narrative, a project budget is a tool for communication. It is an incredibly useful tool for helping individual artists conduct their practices…

Meet New NYFA Board Member: Nell Painter

“Try not to compare your work and trajectory with those of other artists. Everyone follows an individual path laid out by personal preferences and life’s fortunes.”  We’re proud to introduce one of our newest board members, artist and leading historian of the United States, Nell Painter. Our interview with Painter is part of our ongoing…

April 19 #ArtistHotline Guest Chat: Literary Submissions & Publishing

You’re ready to share your writing with a broader audience. So what’s next? Whether you’re looking to have a story, poem, or essay published for the first time, or you’re seeking a publisher for your book, chances are you have goals for your writing. We’re here to help you achieve them. In addition to reading…

#ArtistHotline: April 19 Artist Professional Development Day

During NYFA’s next Artist Professional Development Day, include the hashtag #ArtistHotline in all your arts career-related tweets to get answers and insights! Join NYFA on Twitter for #ArtistHotline, a twitter chat designed for artists of all disciplines, on Wednesday, April 19, from 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM EST. We’ll be joined by artists, cultural organizations, and…

NYFA Inducts Four Arts Luminaries Into Hall of Fame at Annual Spring Benefit

NYFA affiliated artists Ida Applebroog, Christopher d’Amboise, Lynn Nottage, and Patron of the Arts Peggy Copper Cafritz are the latest illustrious inductees. NYFA inducted four arts luminaries into its Hall of Fame during its annual benefit on April 4 at 583 Park Avenue. The evening’s honorees were Ida Applebroog, celebrated painter, sculptor, and filmmaker with…