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New York Foundation for the Arts – Resources and Services Talk

WNY artists are on the move these days. From incredible public art projects to countless gallery showings, the art scene is growing stronger as the city reinvents itself. In order to capitalize on the growing art movement, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is presenting a free public program for artists that will help them to navigate a variety of different professional resources that they might not otherwise have access to. 

If the following criteria (as it relates to the world of art) is of interest to you, then consider attending the upcoming NYFA Resources and Services Talk…

  • Raise money to finish a particular project
  • Seeking feedback on your work
  • Looking for an artist residency
  • Trying to find a job

The talk, presented in collaboration with Arts Services Initiative of WNY (ASI), will also discuss ways that NY State artists can tap into the YSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship (an unrestricted grant of $7,000). Artists will have a chance to learn about free and low-cost national programs and services offered by NYFA, as well as ways to capitalize on resources that will help artists to make a living while practicing their art.  

NY Foundation for the Arts Resources and Services Talk 

Presented in part by New York State Council on the Arts’ (NYSCA) State & Local Partnerships program 

Saturday, October 22nd 2016


Daemen College | 4380 Main Street | Amherst, NY 14226 

RSVP: RSVP via eventbrite OR EMAIL

This event is free and open to the public

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