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Image of an artwork that depicts a laptop screen with multiple windows and tabs open. Next to the laptop are a beer bottle and coffee cup, with tags that list time of day - evening and morning, respectively. The image is set against a black background.

Three Arts Leaders Share Strategies for Better Work Life Balance 

Arts industry professionals share practical insights on the humanization factor of remote work, open workplace communication, and stress management.  The shift to work-from-home kickstarted a conversation that was long overdue—one about work life balance. To start to understand the opportunities and challenges remote work brought about, we heard from arts industry professionals on the topic.…

Photo of an environmental artwork by Agnes Denes; a wheatfield in the foreground and World Trade Center buildings in the background against a clouded blue sky.

Announcing: Anonymous Was A Woman Environmental Art Grants

New grant program offers up to $20,000 for environmental art projects led by women-identifying artists in the United States and U.S. Territories. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has partnered with Anonymous Was A Woman to administer a new national grant program called Anonymous Was A Woman Environmental Art Grants, which will provide…

Image: gallery installation image courtesy of Bronx Council on the Arts

Apply Now: NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Program, Presented by Bronx Arts Council

Artists of all disciplines who live and work near Bronx County are encouraged to apply to participate in this free entrepreneurial program, taking place in June 2022. Applications are now open for the NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Program, a professional development program that will take place in person in June 2022 in the Bronx in…