Info New Paltz New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships Oct 23, 2018

New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships

The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is a $7000 unrestricted cash award open to individual and collaborative artists living and working in New York State

 

Monday October 23    5:30pm to 7pm

Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

State University of New York at New Paltz, NY

1 Hawk Drive New Paltz, NY 12567-2443

RSVP: museumrsvp@newpaltz.edu

  • Fiction
  • Folk/Traditional Arts
  • Interdisciplinary Work
  • Painting
  • Video/Film

Applications close January 24, 2018

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http://www.nyfa.org    Online Resources

Artist Fellowship Info Session Oct 18

New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships

The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is a $7000 unrestricted cash award open to individual and collaborative artists living and working in New York State

20 Jay Street Ste 740

Brooklyn, NY 11201

RSVP: fellowships@nyfa.org

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http://www.nyfa.org    Online Resources

Fieldwork starts Oct 17 for 8 weeks of Artist Feedback

8-weeks of Fieldwork starts Oct 17 show works in progress and to share non-directorial, peer-to-peer feedback in a studio setting. Fall session will be hosted by Theaterlab and facilitated by seasoned artist, mover, and educator Shalewa Mackall. Great opportunity to get your original work done!!

https://thefield.org/programs/fall-2017-fieldwork

Here audio of I Hate Your Work Discussion :https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Wda05UcHwtU210dlloQUJWeVE/view

To Fail and Fail Big How Privilege influences an Artists ability to Fail can take risks and therefore Succeed: Interview with The Field  Jennifer Wright Cook and Wilfredo Hernandez http://ow.ly/6F6a30fQkXP

 

 

OANYC’s Artist Business Tools: Artists & NonProfits seminar January 12, 2018

Start building your Arts business, Cause or Nonprofit, with guerrilla marketing, funding, opportunities and resources. Come share your art. Promote your cause!arts business tools flyer norwoord 1 12 18jpg

January 12, 2018 at 2:00-5:00pm

at Norwood Pharmacy Annex  on 2490 Frederick Douglass Blvd,

Enter on 133 St.

At our last Arts Business Tools: Thriving Artists & Non Profits, Artists/NP’s took  action building partnerships: tackling knowledge gaps, fear of failure, crippling perfectionism and prioritizing important projects no excuses absorbed a dense up to date presentation/work session at this week’s session!!

Congrats on setting goals and time frames with your partners!!

Register for the Next session (limited seating for hands-on training) at: www.bit.ly/112oanyc

We’re excited about the growth of the Artist Business Tools Performing and Visual Artists will have an opportunity to exhibit and share original works at 3 hour session. Combining dense Powerpoint info, networking and exhibit Performing Artists share their work, Visual Artists bring painting and art works  Join the conversation.

Send signup request for performers to openartistnyc@gmail.com or http://www.bit.ly/112oanyc

Artists are raving about what they are getting:

  • “Amazing wealth of info: given extraordinarily”
  • “Moved a little too quickly for my pen, but otherwise Great!
  • “Motivational and encouraging”

Participating artists wrote they were most interested in:

  • Artist Service Organizations, Grants and Awards and
  • Creating your own opportunities Residencies, as well as
  • Social media and using Google, Facebook, Amazon and Youtube to
  • Making money online
  • Livecasting
  • Organizing online activities and automating your life
  • Email marketing

Limited Seating RSVP a must: for all attendees at: https://www.bit.ly/112oanyc or openartistnyc@gmail.com or Call 917-475-6552

October 13: Arts Business Tools for Thriving Artists & Non Profits

Hands-on seminar Oct 13th 2-5pm Harlem, NY #Artist #NonProfit biz seminar #WHCR 90.3 #Interview https://buff.ly/2vrcJQW Click for tkts: https://buff.ly/2vrwV4W

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Arts Business Tools for Thriving Artists & Non Profits

October 13th, 2017 at 3:00-5:00pm

at Norwood Pharmacy Annex on 2490 Frederick Douglass Blvd,

Enter on 133st.

 

Start building your Arts business or nonprofit, with querrilla marketing, funding and other resources! Join the conversation.

 

Flying Hoops: Native American Crafts at Artist Craftsman Supply Harlem

Hands-on Native American beading and leather work crafts workshops starts Sept 15 6-7:30pm in Sept and October at Artist Craftsman Supply Harlem 2108 7th Ave Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (craft kits available there)

Register: bit.ly/flyinghoopscrafts

See also: bit.ly/flyinghoops for free Native Hoop Dance

FB & Twitter: @marieponce0ooo 917-475-8552

 

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Building Creativity as Business in Harlem with Open Artist NYC

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Profiting from your content and talents means building creativity as business. Open Artist NYC strengthens the community of Harlem through free artist and nonprofit sustainability seminar:

  • Arts Business Tools: Thriving Artists & Nonprofits seminar on Friday August 25, 2017 3:30-5pm at Norwood Pharmacy Annex 2490 Frederick Douglas Blvd entrance on 133rd Street.
  • Save the Date: Performers . Networking Event with Artist Service Organizations on October 2, 2017 Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of TV and Radio Artists 1900 Broadway 5th fl   Information on Arts Opportunities,

Funding, Grants, Guerrilla Marketing and Social Marketing, Upcoming Residencies, Business Tools for making your cause or arts project prosper.

RSVP Free

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Save the Date: Oct  2, 2017  11am- 1pm for Performing Artist Networking Event connecting  Artist Service Organizations like The Field to creative artists at Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists NY Conservatory 1900 Broadway 4th fl, New York, NY.

Get tools, resources and opportunities to support your cause and raise your quality of life. A complete hands-on approach to building your arts business, program, project, quality brand, while making a difference.  Come

Marie Poncé Nonprofit management since 2005, NYFA Fellow 2016, LMCC Awardee, professor at Screen Actors Guild NY Conservatory, NYU/Stella Adler founder: NEC Monthly Meet at Riverside now Open Artist NYC, Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, Inc., R&H Inc., performer, author, facilitator, supporting artists and non-profits on a path to self-reliance and creative resource.

Click here to RSVP Limited Seating

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/openartistnyc/

TWITTER: @openartistnyc

http://www.openartistnyc.org

 

http://www.marieponce.com

 

 

Artist. Focus Your Arts Business

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Artists! I will always honor Pele Bauch at The Field for getting me started years ago. I suffered from working hard not doing my Arts. She offered me the lottery prize of free use of their IPARC center for  arts management years ago!! When I started going to Arts Service Organization events, I realized not everyone knew about the services out there. In short I didn’t see any diversity of demographic or geography. That was several years ago. Now of course there’s

Harlem Arts Alliance at Mist 116 St

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Asian American Arts Alliance and National Disabilities and Arts Center,  Reel Abilities Film Festival It has since changed, but the work of spreading the wealth is not at all done!

I learned to focus my arts business goals by creating a personal mission statement and learning about nonprofit and business knowledge to boost my influence and power as an artist.

A great way to focus your brand as an actor, performing artist, is to write a grant for a project you’d love to complete.

There is nothing  like being moved to tears reading the proposal you have written for your new media event, performance, tour or social outreach endeavor. In fact, you know you have done enough rewrites of your arts grant when you are deeply moved by what you have written. A great way to get your importance on the planet!

Artist Service Organizations

 

Foundation Center has a Common Grant Application which can be written for several organizations at one time. This could be a good first application to write to get each piece of information written. Then you can use that information as a base to write other grants. Also, sign up for their automatic grant RFP (Requests For Proposals) to get arts grants announcement emails and see their grantspace.org/ site to get video training in arts management and the grant application process or go to their free onsite seminars.

Another good prototype to use is the grant application offered by NYFA fellowships each year. It is more involved, yet the specificity of its guidelines could prepare you well for other grants; especially in the area of work samples and project descriptions. When you complete your grant it will be amazing how the universe will immediately start lining things up for the completion of your goal, whether you get the grant or not.  You may also consider getting access to non-profit status by getting a fiscal sponsorship from The Field or Fractured Atlas. If you like flexing you entrepreneurial spirit, you can get the use of a non-profit number at a non profit you support for in-kind(gifts of things and services) and smaller donations to start.

Upcoming Grants PND RFPS for the Arts

The Field is marvelous at helping you to begin the process of navigating grants, venues, your flyers and who is giving and how to apply. The Field through its Fieldwork program can give you powerful writing, acting, composing, choreography and film production milestones for getting your project written and completed.               Author  Marie Ponce

 

Artists Mission Propels Action

Join the OANYC Community share tips on Arts Business

Mission propels action and defines what you do, and what you don’t want or need to do. Crafting a mission statement will help you define who your audience is, and who your audience is not. A powerful, compelling mission helps focus and hone your actions. it creates your recognizable and easily understood brand, not only for your work, but for your audience and your team.

A short mission statement and regular disciplined practices push you forward when fear gets in the way. It shapes your plan of action and helps you swing out passed your comfort zone.

  • What is most important to you?
  • What activities can you do for hours and not notice time was passed?
  • What are you passionate about?
  • What activities stoke your creativity and contributions to others?
  • When it comes to your career or company, what is your ‘must do”! and “must be’” statements.  It can be as simple as ‘I must be paid for my creative art’.

 Mission Statement

How does your audience see you? Your subscribers, ticket buyers, students, fans, family, press, peers and those you consider as the ones you were born to influence… How do they evaluate if your work is captivating, uplifting and/or important to their lives.

General Findings from 50 Example Mission Statements from TopNonprofits

 

Get Out Some Paper…

What questions do you regularly ask yourself?

Do some on them start with “Why does this always…? How come I never…or When will I ever…? Why can’t I ..”

Have you ever written those questions down?

Have you ever considered that those repeated thoughts are causing your mind to look for the answers in the realities of your life? Ever consider that replacing negative questions with positive questions could majorly shift your circumstances?

What positive questions could you use to replace the negative questions you ask? Why not resolve to speak your new questions before bedtime or when you start your day, to begin a new habit of honoring who you are.