Tag: artist grants



Event | Meet the Funder: New York State Council on the Arts

Are you an arts organization planning to apply to NYSCA’s Special Arts Services funding program? Here is an opportunity to learn more and ask questions about the application process. New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) is a leading source of funding for New York-based arts organizations and individuals. Learn how to navigate the…

Announcing | Sponsored Artists and Organizations Snag $191,800 in FY2018 NYSCA Grants

Eleven NYFA fiscally sponsored projects and organizations were honored. NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship is delighted to congratulate eleven sponsored artists and organizations who received New York State Council on the Arts’ (NYSCA) grants for fiscal year 2018! A total of $191,800 was awarded to artists, allowing them to create and share art throughout the state. We celebrate…

NYFA Fellows Achievements

Congratulations to all the NYFA Fellows recently awarded fellowships, grants, and outstanding recognition for their continued commitment to their artwork 2016 MAP Fund Grantees Lisa Bielawa (Fellow in Music Composition ‘96, ‘02), Anthony Davis (Fellow in Music Composition ‘85, ‘94), Yotam Haber (Fellow in Music/Sound ‘13), Oliver Lake (Fellow in Music Composition ‘85), Taylor Mac…

Spotlight: The Clark Hulings Fund

Elizabeth Hulings Diamond. Photo: Ken Howard The Clark Hulings Fund for Burgeoning Visual Artists helps early-stage professionals take advantage of specific opportunities that will drive their careers forward. By providing support at pivotal moments, The Fund strives to improve the prospects of up-and-coming artists, and enable others to encounter and be enriched by their work.…

The Business of Art: “The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing”

Neil Reilly on Gigi Rosenberg’s The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing Gigi Rosenberg began her career as an artist before she even knew it. By convincing her parents to buy her a film camera during a childhood summer, she used planning and persuasion skillsthat she would later recognize as crucial to maintaining a career in art.…