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Business of Art | Five Art World Insights from Long-Time Gallerist and Collector Michael Findlay

Findlay, a NYFA Board Member and Director of Acquavella Galleries, shares top tips for artists navigating their careers in the time of COVID. The COVID-19 pandemic has left many in the arts community reeling and adapting to an increasingly digital world. Through the immense challenges brought forth by the pandemic and the realities of being…

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Voting Resources Round-Up

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. Do you have everything you need to exercise your right to vote? Whether this is your first time hitting the polls or you’ve been assiduously casting your ballot over the years, you’ve probably noticed that COVID-19 is making this election year very different from the past. But there’s no…

Register Now | Online Course: Build and Develop Your Fundraising Strategies

A deep dive into proposal writing, developing your networks, and individual giving this September and October via Zoom. Interested in upping your fundraising game this fall? Join New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and Asylum Arts as we offer an online course on developing and building fundraising strategies for your career and art practice. The course,…

Business of Art | Literary Submissions 101

Top tips for getting your work seen by editors and publishers. When it comes to getting your work published, writing is only half of the job. Submitting your work to publications is also a big part of being a writer, and it requires some strategizing. Not sure where to begin? We compiled a series of…

Monday Motivation | Are You a Good Storyteller?

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week In a busy, competitive job market, it’s common to hear that we must always be objective. Applications should take advantage of bullet points, numbers, and facts, that’s true. That doesn’t mean, however, that they have to be boring. The way you talk about this…