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Business of Art | Crowdfunding 101

Crowdfunding Consultant and Artist Daniel Sharp shares what you need to know before launching your next successful crowdfunding campaign. With experience as an Arts Outreach Lead at Kickstarter and a track record of millions of dollars raised as a consultant for independent projects, Crowdfunding Consultant and Artist Daniel Sharp shared the do’s and don’ts of…

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Business of Art | How to Get Published and Find an Agent

NYFA Board Member Saïd Sayrafiezadeh, whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Granta, gives time-tested advice to emerging writers. Though writing is a solitary act, the art of getting your work published is not. We recently spoke with NYFA Board Member Saïd Sayrafiezadeh (Fellow in Playwriting/Screenwriting, ’96, ’06; Fiction…

Business of Art | The Arts Administrator’s Creed: 5 Guiding Principles for Your Arts Admin Career

Empowering advice from arts administrators nationwide on how to define and achieve success in your life and work. Arts administrators work behind-the-scenes on behalf of artists and creatives everywhere, providing resources, support, and structure for their projects and practices. Often, these types of jobs combine a passion for the arts with business, management, education, programming,…