Month: August 2019



Monday Motivation | Who Has Been There Before You?

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week When tailoring your resume and cover letter, it’s important to pay close attention to the job description and adapt your files accordingly. But this is only the first step in a truly customized application, especially when we’re talking about soft skills. To know what…

Creative Careers | Ballet Jobs Round-Up

From teaching to fundraising, NYFA Classifieds brings you ballet positions for job seekers of all skill levels! To work in the ballet world, one doesn’t have to be a dancer. Plenty happens behind the scenes that can require expertise that only you have. For the show to go on, ballet organizations need all sorts of…

Three Reasons You Should Apply to Tulsa Artist Fellowship

“Tulsa Artist Fellowship has afforded me the time, space, and financial support to refocus and shift my energy.” – Kalup Linzy Time, space, and stability are three of the most precious resources an artist can have. In our latest #NYFAPartner spotlight, we’re pleased to share a unique opportunity that offers all three of these resources…

Monday Motivation | Compartmentalize

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week Feeling overwhelmed by your job hunt? Create a routine that is protective of your leisure and self-care time. Block off set times in your calendar to accomplish your tasks related to job seeking, no distractions. It can be an hour every day or maybe…

Recap | 2019 East End Studio Tour

Attendees received a behind-the-scenes look at three artist studios in The Hamptons. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Leadership Council Members Carol Ross and Marjorie Silverman and Board Member J. Whitney Stevens hosted an intimate tour of three artist studios on Long Island’s East End on August 2, 2019. Led by Corinne Erni, Senior…