Happening at NYFA



An exhibition view shows a group of objects assembled on the concrete floor. Two 1980’s era Macintosh computers are surrounded by a plaster cast polyhedron, stones, wires, cast resin Apple mice, a partial 3D print of the bust of Nefertiti, and a plastic plant. The computer screens display black and white images of other plastic plants that can be purchased on the internet.

Register Now | Making the Best of Your Work Life

Thursday, February 24 and Thursday, March 3 e-course to cover topics including self-advocacy and self care. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and Association of Art Museum Curators Foundation will collaborate to offer “Making the Best of Your Work Life,” a four-part e-course in February and March to support art professionals nationally and internationally. The course…

Image: An overhead shot of a table of food, with a procession of ants covering a slice of bread

Individual Giving: How to Successfully Cultivate Donors and Raise Funds

We help you determine who you should be sending appeals to, what you should send them, and when you should send them. In the world of fundraising, success is often said to equal the Right Solicitor, asking the Right Prospect, for the Right Amount, at the Right Time, in the Right Way. Though this may…

Image: Zoom screenshot of participants in the 2021-22 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Visual and Multidisciplinary Arts.

Announcing | 2021-22 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Visual and Multidisciplinary Arts Participants

Program mentees’ home countries and regions include Australia, Dominican Republic, India, Israel, Lebanon, and Uzbekistan. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to announce the participants in the 2021-22 NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Visual and Multidisciplinary Arts, presented in collaboration with New York cultural partners New York Live Arts, Asian American Arts…