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Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

There’s plenty of art to see and experience this June, including books, films, and artworks by Fiscally Sponsored artists! With Memorial Day behind us, summer is kicking into full swing. Enjoy the warm weather with celebration and cheer for the array of creative work being presented by NYFA’s Fiscally Sponsored artists and organizations. Bask in…

Conversations | Celebrating NYC’s Immigrant Heritage Week with Shelley V. Worrell and Nicole Dennis-Benn

“I love going down dark avenues with my characters and allowing them to teach me more about humanity.” — Nicole Dennis-Benn Shelley V. Worrell, Founder and Chief Curator of caribBEING (Fiscally Sponsored), joins NYFA Current to share her conversation with author Nicole Dennis-Benn (Fellow in Fiction ’18) in honor of NYC’s Immigrant Heritage Week. They…

Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

Get out and enjoy the last half of summer with NYFA Fiscally Sponsored Projects! In or around New York City and looking for some arts and culture this weekend? Read on for details on two free events that will help you get the most out of summer in the city. EVENTS On Saturday, August 4…

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…

Year in Review | Projects and Organizations that Impacted Our Communities in 2017

Year-End Highlights from NYFA Fiscally Sponsored Projects and Organizations. It’s been an energetic and productive year, and NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship is celebrating all of our artists who galvanized their passions into creating arts projects and organizations that spark meaningful conversations. From LGBTQ issues, cultural heritage, and social justice, our artists promote diversity and empowerment and…