Are you an artist in Suffolk County, NY looking for resources to help you with your art projects? You're in luck! There are a variety of programs and organizations that offer support and guidance to artists in the area. The Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp is a great place to start, as it provides the fundamental principles of sustainability and cost-effectiveness in the arts. This includes topics such as strategic planning, finance, and marketing. Participants create a flexible and dynamic “action plan” and connect with other artists while developing essential business skills to support a creative career.
Each participant will receive specific feedback from experts in the field, as well as from their program peers. The New York State DanceForce is a consortium of dance activists committed to increasing the quantity and quality of dance activity throughout New York State. They provide a comprehensive list of media-related grant opportunities. The Artist Scholarship, a partnership between NYSCA and the New York Foundation for the Arts, offers unrestricted support to New York State artists in 15 disciplines.
A Fractured Atlas resource maps artists' workspaces in New York City, available in other languages. Art Train is a virtual technical assistance program that offers practical strategies for working in collaboration with local artists toward a more equitable future. Attracting new art and film visitors to Suffolk County is an important goal. The county must be given credit in any printed materials, programs, press releases, etc., for all funded projects. PEACE is a program that allows Suffolk County middle and high school educators to make more effective use of the arts for underrepresented students through college, career and civic readiness (CCCR) and culturally responsive and sustainable education (CR-S).The Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) is seeking an independent contractor to oversee its participation in Arts & Economic Prosperity 6, a national study on the economic impact of the arts conducted by Americans for the Arts.
The New York City Women's Fund for Media, Music and Theater (“Women's Fund”), managed by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) in collaboration with the New York City Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME), provides funding for film, television and digital projects; the creation of music recordings or videos; and production funds for live or online theater. The Huntington Arts Council is proud to manage the New York State Council for the Arts (NYSCA) statewide community grant program (SCR). The Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP) study, with support from the Long Island Arts Alliance, will be held in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. The Long Island Art League is a nonprofit organization dedicated to broad-based visual arts education, providing a forum and showcase for artists of all ages and skill levels. All funded applications must submit a final report for each project to the Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs within 60 days of completion of the funded project. Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) is the premier legal aid and education organization dedicated to New York artists and their arts and cultural organizations.
The Patchogue Arts Council is accepting proposals for possible solo exhibitions at its Patchogue Theater of Performing Arts satellite galleries, as well as their inclusion for exhibitions at the PAC Gallery.