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Communities & neighborhoods.  These essential groups give us the structure to experience and grow our lives, make our homes, and build lifelong relationships with others. Such it is with successful online communities as well.  We may consider ourselves fortunate that… Continue Reading →

Alibaba 101: How to Safely Source Products from the World’s Biggest Supplier Directory

By Richard Lazazzera~~ In today’s post, we’re going to look at how to effectively and safely source a supplier for your product idea using the popular business directory Alibaba. We’ll introduce you to the pros and cons of going overseas and show… Continue Reading →

Create a YouTube Channel for Yourself

By Ash Read~~ YouTube, the Google-owned video network, boasts over a billion users — almost one-third of all people on the Internet — and every day people watch hundreds of millions of hours on YouTube and generate billions of views…. Continue Reading →

How To Price Your Paintings and Market Your Art

In this video artist Stefan Baumann, host of The Grand View–a PBS show on painting in the national parks–talks to his class on pricing your paintings for sale privately or in a gallery.

NYSCA in the News

“Cirque du Fringe: MIRACLE CURE” performs inside The Cristal Palace Spiegeltent at the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival. Photo by Erich Camping. This week, NYSCA grantees welcome thousands to a 500-performance, 10-day festival, announce new leadership, complete a mural showcasing Civil… Continue Reading →

Creating a Flawless Social Strategy for Your Business

Before you begin anything with social media for your business, it’s imperative to have a foolproof social strategy mapped out. If you’re interested in being online just for the heck of it, then have at it! But, if you’re looking… Continue Reading →

Textured Backgrounds for Mixed Media Painting

By Robin Urton~~ Here’s some inspiration for employing textured backgrounds in your paintings or mixed media collages. There’s a number of ways to create texture. One of my favorite techniques is perhaps the most simple: embedding plastic wrap into paint. … Continue Reading →

How We Can Get The Arts To Connect With Conservative Audiences

  By Duncan Webb~~ In my last post, I suggested that the US performing arts sector is not doing a particularly good job of reaching politically conservative Americans. Excellent work is being produced on today’s stages — addressing issues important to… Continue Reading →

Meet the Black Women Who Paved The Way For Postmodern Dance Today

Bebe Miller, PC Julieta Cervantes~~   Today, black women like Okwui Okpokwasili and Nora Chipaumire are dominating the New York City downtown scene with tenacity and genius. Just this summer, Okpokwasili’s solo performance Bronx Gothic was featured in Andrew Rossi’s… Continue Reading →

Arts Ed Week: New Arts Learning Standards for New York State

  Coinciding with National Arts in Education Week, we have news from the New York State Education Department: the Board of Regents has approved revised New York State Learning Standards for the Arts. For artists and organizations involved in arts… Continue Reading →

Nikon releases the D850 digital SLR camera

The next-generation full-frame digital SLR camera with an optimized combination of high resolution and high-speed performance across multiple genres of photography TOKYO – Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the D850, a Nikon FX-format digital SLR camera… Continue Reading →

Rural Arts and Defunding the NEA

Why small and rural arts groups may hurt the most under Trump’s plan to gut the NEA By Elizabeth Flock  Mar 20, 2017 President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, which was released Thursday, eliminates funding for 19 agencies, including for cultural groups… Continue Reading →

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