2024 Hall of Fame Benefit
Join us at the NYFA Hall of Fame Benefit, a vibrant celebration of the arts and an acknowledgment of both the remarkable artists we serve and the incredible patrons who support our mission.
Established in 2011 as NYFA’s most significant fundraiser, this benefit offers an enchanting evening featuring a banquet dinner, an awards ceremony recognizing luminaries in visual, literary, and performing arts, a silent auction filled with unique artistic treasures, and an energetic paddle raise to support NYFA’s diverse programs.
It’s an opportunity to come together for a night of joy and celebration, honoring those who have made profound impacts in the arts and those who sustain artistic vision with unwavering integrity.
This celebration is a tribute to the spirit of creativity and dedication that embodies NYFA’s mission.
2024 HALL OF FAME BENEFIT
Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Time: 6:30 – 9:00 PM ET
Location: Gotham Hall; 1356 Broadway; New York, NY 10018
Nina Yankowitz, Visual Art | NYFA CAPS Fellow in Visual Art 1976
Donna Uchizono, Choreography | NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Choreography 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2019
Rockefeller Capital Management, Patron of the Arts
6:30 PM Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres, Silent Auction
7:30 PM Dinner and Honors
9:00 PM Dessert
Special Limited Edition Print: Nina Yankowitz
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Sarah Young O’Donnell
Pamela Bell and Carlos Cardon Carlo
Chris Donini and Alyson Goldstein
Michael and Victoria Findlay
Eric Firestone Gallery
Jillian C. Griffiths
Janice P. Haggerty
Grace Angela Henry
Earle I. Mack
George and Lois Meng
Leni and David Moore
David and Susan Rockefeller
Elizabeth von Habsburg
Benefit Planning Committee
Judith K. Brodsky
Marc J. Jason
J. Wesley McDade
Min Jin Lee
Jennifer Wen Ma
Founded in 1971, The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is dedicated to empowering the creative community by providing critical support, resources, and opportunities through four key programs: Learning, Awards and Grants, Fiscal Sponsorship, and Online Resources. NYFA upholds the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) as core to its mission. The organization is steadfast in its commitment to ensuring individuals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines have access to the necessary resources for their artistic and professional growth. NYFA envisions a world where being an artist or cultural worker is economically sustainable, valued, and celebrated.
For more information on NYFA’s Hall of Fame Benefit, please contact the Development Department at [email protected] or 212.366.6900 ext. 240.
Image: NYFA’s 2023 Hall of Fame Benefit, Photo Credit: Clint Spaulding