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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…

Ask #ArtistHotline | Where Should I Submit My Writing?

Get advice from April’s #ArtistHotline guest panel on sending your work out into the world. On April 19, New York Foundation for the Arts hosted a “Literary Submissions & Publishing” Guest Chat during #ArtistHotline, our monthly Artist Professional Development Day on Twitter. For a two-hour window, we joined with Elisa Gabbert, Lincoln Michel, and Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib to share best…

Sustainable Space: Partner Spotlight on ArtCondo

How can artists of all disciplines and creative workers meet the challenge of rising rents? ArtCondo’s answer: ownership. Finding affordable places to live and work in New York City (and beyond) can feel like an insurmountable obstacle. As we wrote after attending a 2015 Art F City event, Stay in New York: The Affordable Workspace…

Get the Yes: Application Tips for Writers from BinderCon NYC

Planning ahead pays off, and so does “becoming one with the spreadsheet.” Last fall, NYFA staff members attended BinderCon NYC, a professional development conference for women and gender non-conforming writers. The biannual, bi-coastal conference is hosted by Out of the Binders, a non-profit dedicated to promoting gender parity in the literary world. Find out more…