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#NYFAPartner Spotlight | Swipe Right: How to Fall in Love with the Perfect Grad School

Paula Wallace, President and founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), kicks off our “Get Into Grad School” series. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to launch a new series for artists and arts professionals who are considering graduate school as the next potential step in their careers. We’ve invited…

#NYFAPartner Spotlight | Legends Limousine

We’re partnering with Legends Limousine to promote accessible transportation to our DUMBO events. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is committed to ensuring that events held at the NYFA office and gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn are accessible. To this end, we’re pleased to announce Legends Limousine, a family-owned car service based in Park Slope,…

#NYFAPartner Spotlight | The IFPDA Foundation & The Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize

The Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize enables museums worldwide to bring fine prints to the public. This year’s prize winner: the Krannert Art Museum. The IFPDA Foundation was established by the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) in 2009 to inspire and support educational projects aimed at fostering connoisseurship in the field of fine prints for a new generation…

Conversations | Meet an #ArtistHotline Partner: The Flower City Arts Center

“Find your community online – #ArtistHotline is a great place to start!“ – Megan Charland, Flower City Arts Center #ArtistHotline is an initiative dedicated to creating an ongoing online conversation around the professional side of artistic practice. On the third Wednesday of each month, artists, arts professionals, and a wide range of arts service and cultural…

Conversations | Meet an #ArtistHotline Partner: Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA)

“The feeling of cross-country connectedness and mutual support…is something #ArtistHotline really fosters.” – Mollie Flanagan, RISCA #ArtistHotline, a monthly Artist’s Professional Development Day on Twitter, aims to create an ongoing online conversation around the professional side of artistic practice. On the third Wednesday of each month, artists, arts professionals, and a wide range of arts service…