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Event | Grant Research and Writing Basics at Dance/NYC Symposium on February 25

Learn from the expertise of our Fiscal Sponsorship Program Officer, Madeleine Cutrona. How can local dance activity contribute to the future of all Americans? This is the central question of Dance/NYC’s 2018 Symposium, a full-day gathering that seeks to discuss the role of New York dance artists in our current political climate. Taking place at…

Business of Art | Making the Match with Supporters

NYFA’s Madeleine Cutrona shares tips on gaining support for your artist project or organization. Fundraising is certainly key for gaining support for your arts project or organization, but oftentimes it is just one piece of the puzzle. Brainstorming, researching, and understanding individuals, organizations, and institutions whose mission and goals may align with your work can…

Business of Art | The Belated Artist’s Guide to Designing Your Own Earned Income & End-of-Year Fundraising Opportunities

Nine tips and ideas to boost your end-of-year art sales and fundraising activities. Whether you are an independent artist interested in selling work, fundraising for a specific project through a fiscal sponsor, or nurturing relationships with your network, the holiday season is ripe with opportunity. There is plenty of time to boost your end-of-year art…

Conversations | Helène Aylon & Feminism: A Fiscally Sponsored Artist at the 2017 Jerusalem Biennale

“Art history has been one incomplete truth, which makes it a lie.” As the conclusion to a 20-year NYFA Fiscally Sponsored project, “G-d Project: Nine Houses Without Women,” Helène Aylon’s exhibition, Afterword: For the Children is now on view at the 2017 Jerusalem Biennale. Aylon is a prominent American visual artist and feminist and her…

Conversations | Jodi Savitz on “Girl on Girl” and Femme Invisibility

We talk with the Fiscally Sponsored filmmaker about her feature-length documentary that follows the stories of feminine lesbians. There were moments in my late teens when I would occasionally wear Abercrombie distressed jeans with a ribbed tank-top in order to feel a bit ‘gayer’ […] it was never a style I wholly embraced or felt…