Tag: sculpture



NYFA at 2016 Sculpture Celebration Conference in New York City

Saturday, June 25, 2016, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM David C. Terry, Director of Exhibitions & Grants, and Jacque Donaldson, Program Officer, will represent NYFA with an informational booth at the National Sculpture Celebration Conference on June 25 from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. The three-day conference, which will be attended by leading sculptors, collectors,…

EXPLORING SCULPTURE WITH BUNDITH PHUNSOMBATLERT

“For me, functionality is very connected to the design aesthetic and cannot be separated from the conditions of living and social context.” Artist Bundith Phunsombatlert works at the cross-roads of traditional and new media, thoughtfully traversing boundaries of installation and sculpture, while living between New York City and Bangkok, Thailand. His site-specific project Wayfinding: 100…

CREATIVE CAREERS JOB ROUNDUP: “MAKER” POSITIONS

Explore the latest creative job opportunities with NYFA Classifieds! Do you enjoy working with your hands? Building. Tinkering. Creating.  Would you describe yourself as a maker? Whether working in a woodshop or building an elaborate sculpture, organizations are searching for artists with your technical skills! Take your creative know-how and discover a new career with…

MATERIAL THINGS: A TALK WITH BRITISH ARTIST PAUL COLDWELL ON MAY 20

NYFA is pleased to present as part of our ongoing partnership with University of the Arts London (UAL), Material Things, a talk with visiting artist Paul Coldwell, Professor of Fine Art at UAL, based at Chelsea College of Art, London, UK. This talk will center on Paul Coldwell’s print work and its relationship to his…

NYFA Proudly Announces the 2014 Artists’ Fellowships Awardees

The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has announced the recipients and finalists of its Artists’ Fellowship Program. The organization has awarded a total of $630,000 to 93 artists (including three collaborations) throughout New York State in the following disciplines: crafts/sculpture; digital/electronic art; non-fiction literature; poetry, and printmaking/drawing/artist books.   Fifteen finalists (three per discipline),…