Month: January 2020



Conversations | Zahra Banyamerian

“I want to fight the idea of the starving artist, as I believe no one should wait to be established or recognized to have a living wage.“ Zahra Banyamerian, Program Associate at NYFA Learning, is a curator from Iran who pursues independent curatorial projects in non-traditional venues. In addition to her experience as an arts…

Apply Now | Fiscal Sponsorship for New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Grants

Apply for an Out-of-Cycle Review by Tuesday, February 11. Artists and non-profit organizations in New York State, did you know that funding from The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) can give you a leg up on making your artist project a reality? There’s one key step you need to take in order…

Business of Art | The Arts Administrator’s Creed: 5 Guiding Principles for Your Arts Admin Career

Empowering advice from arts administrators nationwide on how to define and achieve success in your life and work. Arts administrators work behind-the-scenes on behalf of artists and creatives everywhere, providing resources, support, and structure for their projects and practices. Often, these types of jobs combine a passion for the arts with business, management, education, programming,…

Puerto Rico Earthquakes Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by the Puerto Rico Earthquakes, find the support and community you need. Para leer este articulo en Español presione aquí. Recovering from a disaster is never easy, but it does not (and should not) have to be a lonely process. Several organizations out there can help you either through access to the right…

Register Now | Writing About Your Artwork: Artist Statements

Online workshop will take place on Tuesday, March 17 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to present “Writing About Your Artwork: Artist Statements,” led by Michelle Levy, NYFA Coach, curator, and interdisciplinary artist, on Tuesday, March 17 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST. The workshop…