Tag: fiscal sponsorship



Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

Check out two Fiscally Sponsored projects by artists who work at the intersection of arts and social justice. Folks in and around New York City and Chicago – we encourage you to join NYFA Fiscally Sponsored artists at performances and installations in these two cities this week! We are delighted to share this interview with…

Conversations | Maria Michaels Enchants in “Tarab”

“Tarab is an extreme emotional transformation leading to intense feelings of joy, sorrow, or sadness, a concept with no exact english translation.” Producer, actress, and screenwriter Maria Michaels brings a fictional story of an overworked Lebanese-American lawyer to life in her NYFA Fiscally Sponsored project, Tarab. A story of familial and cultural expectations, humor, and passion,…

Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

Infuse your summer with innovative artistic experiences. Whether you’re galavanting through the southern United States, touring New York City, or are a Brooklyn local looking for summer fun, treat yourself to art by NYFA Fiscally Sponsored projects. Catch the last weekend of Heidi Neilson’s Sonic Planetarium at Present Co on July 6-7 from 1:00 PM…

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 | Yael Weiss’s Global Commissioning Project “32 Bright Clouds”

I’ve always been in awe of Beethoven’s ability to explore the biggest questions and uncover human commonalities through music. – Yael Weiss Israeli-American pianist Yael Weiss sets out to “harness music’s great power for unity and peace” in her NYFA Fiscally Sponsored project “32 Bright Clouds.” An ambitious global commissioning project, Weiss connects with artists across…