6:30pm Wednesday, October 23 | Flatiron District (Location disclosed upon RSVP)
Fall into the roots of the Big Easy with an evening of eclectic drinks, New Orleans inspired cuisine, and timeless tunes at The Field’s annual, fall fundraiser. Sponsored Artist Vienna Carroll will perform selections from her Folk First: Black Roots Music repertoire.
6:30pm Wednesday, November 13 | The Field (NYC)
The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) awards grants to individual artists and arts organizations in a wide range of disciplines, including dance, film, theater, and music. If you are considering applying in 2020, join The Field’s Deputy Director Shawn René Graham for information on eligibility, tips on writing a competitive application, and the guidelines for applying through The Field.
7:00pm Wednesdays, September 18 to October 30 | Spoke the Hub (Brooklyn)
Fieldwork offers artists the time and space to take risks, share works in progress with a test audience in a studio setting, and to exchange non-directorial, peer-to-peer feedback. Our unique workshop is great for dance makers, composers, playwrights, poets, spoken word performers, and more! Dance artist, writer, and educator Shalewa Mackall will facilitate feedback at each session this Fall.
BY APPOINTMENT hour-long sessions at The Field
Create a sound budget for your upcoming grant or for your whole year! The Field's Finance Manager Clay Schudel will give you tips & tools and answer your questions about managing finances for your artistic practice. Bring a budget you've already prepared and get one-on-one coaching on how to complete it - or learn the basics of creating a financial picture of your work. A clear budget positions you for successful individual giving campaigns and is an important component of a competitive grant proposal. Email email@example.com for availability.
$50 Non-members | $35 for Members of The Field
Book a staff member of The Field to talk to your students about fundraising, fiscal sponsorship, artist opportunities, and basic living services geared towards emerging artists in NYC. If your college is based in New York, this session may be subsidized by the New York State Council on the Arts. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Fine Print on Cancellations: Refunds for events require 3 business days advance cancellation. Participants who cancel one full business day in advance will receive a credit for a future program within the calendar year. Participants who cancel with less than a full business day’s notice will lose their fee, unless the cause is something we can all agree is an emergency. While unlikely, Field program facilitators, dates, and locations are subject to change. Thank you!