Tag: dance



Conversations | Pablo Espinosa & Dayron Napoles Rubant, IAP Interns

Sharing an interest in building a community of support around artists, Pablo Espinosa and Dayron Napoles Rubant talked to NYFA about their experiences as immigrants and members of the NYFA Learning team.  At The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), we aim to bring diverse perspectives to our work through the lens of our knowledgeable…

Conversations | On the Road with “Black Velvet – Architectures & Archetypes”

“We created a world in Black Velvet where we can both exist and thrive, and the lines between masculinity, femininity, love, color, and orientation blur.” – Shamel Pitts Shamel Pitts and Mirelle Martins are the duo behind the NYFA Fiscally Sponsored Project, Black Velvet, an international performance art tour that through dramatic and bold yet…

Creative Careers Job Round-Up: Dance/Theatre

Are you ready to take your career aspirations to center stage?   There are many different facets to the world of performing arts. In this latest job roundup, we’ve gathered a list of open positions within Dance and Theatre organizations specifically. From stagehand positions and ticket sales, to managing marketing and outreach, opportunities to apply…

Choreographers: Apply Now for a NYFA Fellowship

Receive a $7,000 cash award for your unrestricted use The NYFA Artists’ Fellowships choreography category accepts work in all performance genres in which movement-based forms are primary. Applicants should apply with 1­-2 full length video samples of their dance pieces and a 2-minute excerpt from each. If you are submitting just one full length video…

Fellows at 30: Noémie Lafrance

“I did something I think most artists need most in this kind of hyper-productive environment; I took some time to think, research and write about my work and process.” – Noémie Lafrance To kick off the new year and celebrate the 30th Anniversary our Fellowship Program, NYFA interviewed 2013 Fellow in choreography, Noémie Lafrance. Noémie…