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Fiona Alison Duncan, Maud Madsen, and Maryam Mir Receive 2022 Canadian Women Artists’ Awards

Award offered by NYFA with funding from the Canadian Women’s Club of New York. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has announced author Fiona Alison Duncan, painter Maud Madsen, and filmmaker Maryam Mir as its 2022 Canadian Women Artists’ Award recipients in Literary Arts, Visual Arts, and Media & Design, respectively. The $5,000 award…

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NYFA and Technology Gap Announce NYFA NFT Award Recipients and Exhibition

“Demystifying NFTs: The Award Exhibition” will feature work by 30 artists who are new to NFTs, and will be exhibited in the Voxels metaverse and in Manhattan this December. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), in partnership with artist and technologist Laura Ó Reilly, is pleased to present Demystifying NFTs: The Award Exhibition, on…

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NYFA Partners with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) and Queens Council on the Arts (QCA) to Administer the Queens Arts Fund

Program Offers Project Grants to Queens-Based Artists, Artist Collectives, and Small Nonprofit Organizations New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has partnered with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) and Queens Council on the Arts (QCA) to administer the Queens Arts Fund (QAF) for Fiscal Year 2023. The City-funded program offers project…

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“Ask The Artists” Part 2: What Is Your Definition of Success?

Hear from Derek Fordjour, Alvin Eng, Shimon Attie, Camille A. Brown, Meredith Monk, and more. In our “Ask the Artists” series, we asked NYFA-affiliated literary, performing, and visual artists a series of questions about the creative life. We hope their answers empower you to keep pushing forward in your careers. Our first question is a…

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Expanding Voting Rights to 1 Million Immigrant New Yorkers

Huanjie Li from MinKwon Center talks about efforts to restore “Our City, Our Vote (OCOV)” legislation, its impact, and how artists can help. “Our City, Our Vote (OCOV),” a law permitting non-citizen New Yorkers with work authorizations to vote in city-level elections, was set to go into effect in 2023, but now it’s at risk.…