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Gaining a Competitive Edge in the Museum Field

Learn how the online MA in Museum Studies at CUNY SPS can help you get ahead on your own terms in our latest #NYFAPartner spotlight. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States has collectively pivoted towards online platforms to conduct business and stay connected and informed. Prior to the crisis, however, there…

Three Reasons You Should Apply to Tulsa Artist Fellowship

“Tulsa Artist Fellowship has afforded me the time, space, and financial support to refocus and shift my energy.” – Kalup Linzy Time, space, and stability are three of the most precious resources an artist can have. In our latest #NYFAPartner spotlight, we’re pleased to share a unique opportunity that offers all three of these resources…

Museum Professionals: Three Ways an Online Master’s Degree Can Work for You

In our latest #NYFAPartner spotlight, learn how you can elevate your skills and enhance your knowledge of the museum sector without making difficult financial sacrifices. Professionals who entered the workforce after completing an undergraduate degree may find themselves at a crossroads, wondering whether they should attend graduate school to gain new skills and expand potential…

#NYFAPartner Spotlight | Artwork Archive

5 Reasons Why Getting Organized Can Grow Your Arts Business The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) works to help artists build sustainable careers in the arts. One essential quality of a viable arts business? Organization. For that reason, we’re pleased to share a guest essay from Justin Anthony, who cofounded Artwork Archive in…

#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…