Join ELNYA and YPA's Women in the Arts Mentorsas we learn about effective negotiation strategies from those who have both negotiated for themselves and others.
EXPLORATIONS examines three stories of love and travel, reimagining great works of classical music in sung English and American Sign Language (ASL)...
"Despair creates anger, anger creates energy, and energy turns things around."
(Zelda Fichandler, American theatre producer, director, and educator)
Part presentation, part workshop, part discussion, this event will center on hearing about effective strategies for social change in the arts from leaders in art and activism, as well as work towards developing participants’ approach to leading this work effectively as an artist or arts administrator...
A free community-building networking event to address diversity in museums
In a casual cafe setting, Brooklyn Museum, Museum Hack, ELNYA, Monica Montgomery and Drinking About Museums have come together to hold a meeting of the minds. With small break-out sessions, activities, and social games, we'll bring our communities closer, ask questions, and create opportunities.
Join ELNYA at the Brooklyn Museum's Target First Saturdays on April 1st! This event invites participants to take a stand against the potential dismantling and defunding of the NEA. Pass by our table on Saturday night to get tips for contacting your representatives (and write postcards on the spot!), participate in a public art project about the impact of the arts on your life, and join our #SaveTheNEA selfie campaign.
Representing a diverse range of art forms and cultural institutions, our panel of female arts leaders will share their experiences and insights on developing a personal leadership style and reaching beyond the 'glass ceiling.'
Authentic Arts Programming: A Discussion of the Creation of Genuine Arts Experiences for Creator and Community
What is authentic arts programming and how do we, as an arts community, continue to create experiences with this authenticity in mind?Have you ever cancelled or altered programming because it didn't feel authentic? Can arts organizations "measure" the authenticity of their programming? If so, how?
This panel and workshop will present the ins and outs of gaining different types of public and private art commissions, and will also include examples of profitable artistic businesses.