Author: Amy Aronoff



Image: Close-up of a collage work by Johanna Goodman featuring a pair of hands holding a phone against a green striped background.

Event | Online Doctor’s Hours for Visual & Multidisciplinary Artists

Monday, February 22 Doctor’s Hours event will offer remote one-on-one individual consultations with arts professionals.  New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will host the next edition of its popular Doctor’s Hours program, which is designed to provide practical and professional advice from industry professionals, online on Monday, February 22.  This event will serve Visual and…

Image: Monitor installed in a gallery-like setting in an atypical spot with the screen facing the ground, only a few feet from the ground. A man lays on the floor, face up towards the screen.

Apply Now | NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Program in Central and Southern Tier New York

Artists living and working in Broome, Chenango, Otsego, and other counties in the Central and Southern Tier regions are encouraged to apply to participate in this free entrepreneurial program to be presented by Earlville Opera House and Sam & Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts, Inc. in April 2021. The NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Program…

Image: A woman with dark hair and dark eyes in a cable-knit v-neck sweater smiles into the camera. She is pictured against a background of yellow and green trees.

Register Now | Online Workshop: Job Hunting Strategies During the Pandemic

February 18 online workshop will provide an overview of all stages of a job search during the pandemic. Join New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) at its next online workshop, “Job Hunting Strategies During the Pandemic.” Designed to support individual artists and arts professionals from anywhere they have internet access, the webinar will provide…

Image: A group of Black reenactors are pictured walking on grass and along a highway. They wear period dress from the early 1800s and carry weapons; some on higher ground are on horseback. A man in front carries a blue flag with a white emblem on it.

Conversations | Dread Scott on How He Charted His Own Path in the Art World

“I don’t have a dealer, but this work is influential, it’s important. I’m mostly concerned with having the art be something that influences and is part of dialogue.” – NYFA Board Member Dread Scott NYFA Board Member Dread Scott (Fellow in Sculpture ’01, Performance Art/Multidisciplinary Work ’05, Interdisciplinary Work ’12) makes revolutionary art to propel…