NYFA Resources and Service Talk
The deadline for grants for artists of up to $7,000 from NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is January 25, 2017. Officials from NYFA will be at the League to help you learn more about these grant opportunities.
NYFA will present an overview of our free and low-cost national programs and services. Whether you’re trying to raise money to finish a particular project, seeking feedback on your work, looking for an artist residency, or trying to find a job, NYFA has resources you can use to help you sustain and grow your artistic practice.
The talk will also offer a focus on the NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship, an unrestricted grant of $7,000, for which artists residing in New York State are eligible. Information on the application process and upcoming cycle will be provided. NYFA staff will offer tips and advice for putting together a strong application. An opportunity for Q&A will be provided.
This event is free and open to ASL students and members.
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) was founded in 1971 with the mission to empower artists at critical stages in their creative lives. Each year NYFA awards close to $1 million to individual artists and small organizations. Our NYFA Learning programs serve thousands of artists through workshops, panel discussions, and individual mentoring on topics ranging from grant writing and budgeting to creating an artist portfolio and audience development. Our Fiscal Sponsorship program is one of the largest and most established in the country and helps artists and organizations raise and manage over $3 million annually. Finally, our website, NYFA.org, received over 4.4 million unique visits last year and contains in-depth information about more that 8,000 opportunities and resources for artists in all disciplines. For more information about the New York Foundation for the Arts visit www.nyfa.org.
About the Presenter
Alicia Ehni is Program Associate, NYFA Learning and former Gallery Director of Frederico Seve/Latincollector. Alicia is an artist and a life-time member of the Art Students League.