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Apply Now | NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Program in New York’s Mid-Hudson Region

Artists living and working in Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster counties are encouraged to apply to participate in this free entrepreneurial program to be presented by Arts Mid-Hudson in November 2021. Applications are now open for the NYSCA/NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Program, a professional development program that will take place in person* in the Mid-Hudson region…

Image: Headshots of 2021 Canadian Women Artists' Award recipients Rena Anakwe and Sana A. Malik

Introducing | 2021 Canadian Women Artists’ Award Recipients Rena Anakwe and Sana A. Malik

Award offered by NYFA with funding from the Canadian Women’s Club of New York. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has announced interdisciplinary artist Rena Anakwe and filmmaker Sana A. Malik as its 2021 Canadian Women Artists’ Award recipients. The $5,000 award is designed to provide financial support to emerging or early career…

Image: Three individuals tend to plants on Mary Mattingly's "floating food forest," Swale, with views of Lower Manhattan from its location off of Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Apply Now | Find New Resources and Enhance Your Fundraising Capacity with NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship

Our next no-fee application deadline is September 30. The New York Foundation for the Arts supports artists across disciplines by providing resources to help you develop creative projects and further your career. Funding is a vital part of project development, and NYFA’s Fiscal Sponsorship program can open doors for the funding of your creative project. …

Two women stand in an abandoned industrial warehouse, connected by a chord of fabric. Their image is reflected in a puddle in front of them.

Monday Motivation | Take Advantage of LinkedIn Endorsements

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week LinkedIn endorsements might not be enough to replace letters of recommendation, but they can be helpful in letting recruiters know your work is known and trusted by your peers. If you’re looking for a job that requires certain skills, don’t be afraid to ask…