talks to Carol Golemboski (NYFA Fellow in Photography, 2002) about her new interactive artist’s book for the iPad,
Psychometry, based on her photographic series of the same name.
"The pictures in Psychometry are designed to be
mysterious, foreboding and ironic. I wanted the interactive book to have
a little bit more whimsy and to be as much about the creative process
as the images themselves."
Psychometry recently won the "Outstanding E-Book Achievement" award from the Independent Publisher Book Awards. Congrats, Carol!
NYFA Grant Workshop “Elements of a Proposal” Date: Tuesday, May 14th: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Location: 211 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Program Fee: $15. RSVP to Tina Orlaindi at
Presented in collaboration with
El Puente CADRE (Community Artists' Development &
Resource Exchange), a network of local artists, artisans and cultural
workers organized and supported by
El Puente. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will provide a grant workshop
“Elements of a Proposal” for artists from all disciplines.
The workshop will be translated for Spanish-speaking artists.
Doctor's Hours For Visual Artists:
Date: Thursday, May 30th, 6-9 p.m.
Location: NYFA's offices, 20 Jay Street, Suite 740, Brooklyn NY 11201
Registration: Online registration always takes place two weeks prior to
the date of the event. The link to registration will be available on the
Doctor’s Hours for Visual Artists
May 16 at 10am.
Have a new body of work no one has seen? Have a new website? Ready for
some feedback? Come to NYFA's Doctor's Hours for individual, 20-minute
one-on-one consultations with local curators, critics and gallerists.
Get practical and professional advice in person
from one or more arts professionals. Each appointment is $25, with a
three appointment limit and the opportunity to share your work will be
provided. More information:
Welcome New NYFA Staff Members!
join us in welcoming our new staff members! From left: Liz Flyntz,
Program Officer, Artists’ Fellowships; Tracy Francis, NYFA Event Rental
Coordinator; Jennifer Catton,
Program Associate, NYFA Learning/Professional Development; and Alex
Hatcher, Senior Officer, Web Technology.
Advertising Discount for Artists!
Are you looking for an affordable way to promote your work? NYFA offers
a 30% discount off of regular banner ad prices to artists who are
their own events and exhibitions. The ads appear on NYFA's Events page, which receives more than 30,000 page views per month. Promote your concerts and performances,
exhibitions, new productions, portfolio websites, readings, and signings! See the discounted rates
here, and email
email@example.com you have questions about advertising with NYFA.
NYFA Artists Now
Alexandra Pacula, Animated Grid, Oil on Canvas, 74" x 84"
Alexandra Pacula (NYFA Fellow in Painting, 2010) is currently in a two-person show
with Gary Ruddell at Gallery Henoch in Chelsea through May 25th.
Emily Barletta (NYFA Fellow in Crafts, 2009) is participating in the group exhibition
Repetition and Ritual: New Sculpture in Fiber at the Hudgens Center for the Arts’
Fowler Gallery in Duluth, Georgia through May 25th.
Kelly Merchant (NYFA Mark Artist 2011, Woodstock) has a solo photography exhibition,
The Secret Language of Flowers, at Joyce Goldstein Gallery in Chatham,
New York through May 18th.
Cui Fei (NYFA Fellow in Crafts, 2007) has a solo show,
Tracing the Origin, at Chambers Fine Art in Manhattan through June
Fred Ho (NYFA Fellow in Music Composition, 1989, 1994 and 2004) wrote the music, concept and script for the music/theater piece
Deadly She-Wolf Assassin at Armageddon, playing May 16 through June 2 at
La MaMa’s Ellen Stewart Theatre in Manhattan.
(Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp Participant, 2011) will be appearing
in the New York City production of “Listen To Your Mother,” a 24-city
series of live readings in honor of Mother’s
Day, on May 12th at Symphony Space in New York City. Laura discusses the
Artist Resources & Deadlines
New Article on NYFA's website: The
Business Side of Your Practice:Learn how to set goals and use them to develop an artist toolkit for success in
"The Business of Practicing Your Art Part One"written by NYFA Source Program Associate, Toccarra Thomas.
NYFA Presentation in Kansas City Available Online: Eleanor Whitney, NYFA
Program Officer, External
Affairs & Fiscal Sponsorship , gave a presentation on NYFA's
programs and services at the The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art on April
22nd. If you missed the talk, you can watch it
here. May 15, 2013 Rockaway Barrier Beautification Project
solicits proposals for an initiative to paint the jersey barriers which
will be installed to protect pedestrians and bicyclists on Shore Front
Parkway in New York City. Selected artists will receive a $2,000
honorarium and $500 stipend to complete and implement the design and
cover necessary materials. May 15, 2013 Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts Curatorial Proposals
are being accepted for the 2014-2015 exhibition
schedule for the Museum's main gallery in Brooklyn on the following
themes: women’s rights, the economy and capitalism, and environmental
justice. From a competitive application process, MoCADA selects three
exhibition proposals for further development each
May 17, 2013 American Numismatic Association Art of Engraving Scholarship supports 6 students’ attendance at ANA’s 2013 Summer
Seminar, June 22-28, 2013
in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Selected students will explore the
ancient art of hand die engraving as well as modern processes currently
used to create coins and medals. The scholarship includes tuition,
lodging and meals for one
week and up to $400 reimbursement for transportation costs.
May 21, 2013 Queens Museum Studio Program
provides visual artists with subsidized workspace and public visibility
in the museum’s
new studio wing in Queens, New York. In designating permanent real
estate to the long-term development of new work on-site, as well as to
creating a community of artists, the Queens Museum aims to promote
artists’ creative process and professional development.
June 12, 2013 Watermill Center Artist Residency Program
invites artists of all disciplines to take up residence at The
Center in Water Mill, NY to create collaborative works that critically
investigate, challenge, and extend the existing norms of performance
practice. It gives young artists the opportunity to live and work at The
Watermill Center as a home to create and develop
new work. $10 application fee.
July 2, 2013 New Orleans Fringe Festival is accepting proposals for theater of all types, particularly original works and
innovative adaptations, to present as part of the sixth annual Fringe Festival, November 20-24, 2013. $25 application fee.
To find more opportunities, professional resources, and publications, please visit
For jobs, competitions, event listings, and available studio spaces, please visit
NYFA Partner Event
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Asian American Arts Alliance
and the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY) present
Iva:The Myth of Tokyo Rose,
Allegiance on Trial at the Asia Society on May 16th and 17th. Thursday’s performance will be followed by an exclusive reception with members of the cast, crew, and special guests. The Friday performance and talk back will be geared toward high school and college
students. For tickets: