Information sessions for the NYFA MARK program I mentioned earlier. I highly recommend the program, its one of the best things I've ever done for myself- so do yourself the same favor and go to these information sessions and at least hear what they have to say.
Does the business and career side of your art practice need some attention?
Join us this October and November for free information sessions on MARK, the New York Foundation for the Arts’ (NYFA) statewide six-month program for visual artists.
MARK provides NY State artists with a unique opportunity for individualized focus on the professional side of their creative practice. MARK is designed to address the concerns of artists living outside of New York City while providing them with a new network statewide. Selected artists will participate in four seminars held at local partnering organizations across New York State. The MARK program culminates in June with an artists gathering.
Information Session Schedule and Location:
All information seminars are held at MARK10 regional partnering organizations. Attendance at an information session is not required to apply. If you have questions about the location closest to you, please contact NYFA. Please note that residents of the 5 boroughs of New York City are not eligible to apply and participate in MARK.
Monday, October 26, 6pm
The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy
Western New York Region
Tuesday, October 27, 7pm
Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo
Long Island Region
Wednesday, November 4, 5:30pm
East End Arts Council, Riverhead
Hudson Valley Region
Tuesday, November 10, 6pm
Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale
Central New York Region
Date will be posted on NYFA's website within the next week
Cultural Resources Council, Syracuse
MARK10 Application Deadline:
All applications are due in NYFA's office by Tuesday, December 1 at 5pm.
To see the curriculum, the MARK10 spring seminar schedule or for a MARK application, visit www.nyfa.org/mark
Contact NYFA Learning at email@example.com
Funding for NYFA MARK is made possible with generous support from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation