NYFA at Expert Talk: Funding Your Creative Project

NYFA at Expert Talk: Funding Your Creative Project

Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Sarah Corpron, Program Officer for NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship, will join a panel of funding experts and creative professionals to discuss a variety of funding opportunities. The event is hosted by LIU Brooklyn Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation in Collaboration with Arts Meet Bizness.

The panel is open to performing and visual artists, writers, designers, entrepreneurs, and anyone with a creative idea. The panel will discuss fiscal sponsorship, grants, crowdfunding, investors, and project management. 

Maybe you are looking to launch a new exhibition, an innovative product, or an arts festival, or to write a new book or screenplay. This panel discussion will provide valuable information on how and where to receive funding for your creative ideas, and what to do with the money once you have it. 

NYFA at Expert Talk: Funding Your Creative Project
Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Sanford Lecture Hall, LLC 116, Long Island University Brooklyn, 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Cost: The event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP on Eventbrite.


Sarah Corpron | New York Foundation for the Arts, Fiscal Sponsorship
Jason Gardner | Professional Photographer, Kickstarter Fundraiser, Co-Founder Toasted Almonds
Michael Hidary | Business Investor, Co-Founder & CEO Samba Energy, Grand Central Tech & Build NYC; Binfire.com & Appliance.com
Patricia Klausner | Broadway Producer, Founder of non-profit Global Arts Initiative

Following the discussion, attendees are invited to join fellow artists, designers, and entrepreneurs at a nearby space, from 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM, for an opportunity to share ideas and connect with other professionals (location TBA; attendees will be directed to the location at the event).

Learn more about NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship and check out our Directory of Projects to see what our community is up to. Questions? View our FAQ page.

Image: Nichole van Beek (Fellow in Painting ‘12), The Subjects, 2011

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