Tag: artsresources



Event | You vs. Your Online Profile

How does the web see you? Join us on Thursday, November 29 to investigate your online identity as an artist! Open to artists of all disciplines, “You vs. Your Online Profile” is a discussion-based workshop for artists to analyze and talk through their online presence. During the workshop, multimedia artist Leigh Davis will engage participants…

Event | Music Licensing for Documentary Films

Presented by Emmy and Peabody Award-Winning Filmmaker Peter Miller on Thursday, November 8. The right music can be a central part of documentary storytelling, and it’s essential to know how to get permission to include other people’s songs and recordings in your film. Join the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) on Thursday, November…

Event | Film Festival Strategies: What They Are and Why You Need One

On September 20, learn from Kathy Brew, guest curator of The Museum of Modern Art’s “Doc Fortnight” Festival. Film festivals are more than just opportunities to screen a film. They launch a film into theaters and other platforms, attract interest from distributors, provide important publicity, and constitute the primary way some films will be seen…

Event | Elevate the Art of Storytelling: A Filmmaker’s Guide to POV

August 30 event presented by Chloe Gbai and Nikki Heyman of acclaimed PBS documentary series POV. Join NYFA on Thursday, August 30 for a conversation with Chloe Gbai, Shorts and Streaming Producer, POV and Nikki Heyman, Coordinating Producer, POV. Their presentation will provide an overview of the PBS series POV. It will touch on the kinds…

Event | Video Preservation & Archiving

Join us on May 17 for a practical overview on video preservation and archiving, presented by video editor Paul Dougherty. Join New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) on Thursday, May 17 for a presentation by video editor Paul Dougherty. Dougherty will provide a practical guide to video preservation and archiving for artists and independent…