Join Us! NYSCA FY2020: Trainings and Webinars

NYSCA will once again be touring the state to provide Guideline Information seminars, in which executive and program staff will share important information about applying for support through our 15 Programs. We hope to see you at one of the following events — and stay tuned for forthcoming webinar information:

BuffaloTuesday, February 5, Darwin Martin House Complex, Greatbatch Pavilion, 143 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo. 1PM-4PM. 

  • Programs Represented: Architecture + Design, Arts Education, Folk Arts, Individual Artists, Literature, Museum, Music, Special Arts Services, Theatre
  • RSVP here

Brooklyn: Thursday, February 7, Mark Morris Dance Center, 3 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn. 1PM-4PM.

  • Programs Represented: Arts Education, Dance, Electronic Media & Film, Facilities, Folk Arts, Individual Artists, Literature, Museum, Music, Presenting, Special Arts Services, State & Local Partnerships, Theatre, Visual Arts
  • RSVP here

Syracuse: Tuesday, February 12, SUNY Oswego Metro Center, 2 S Clinton St., Syracuse. 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM. 

  • Programs Represented: Dance, Electronic Media & Film, Folk Arts, Literature, Music, Presenting, State & Local Partnerships, Theatre, Visual Arts
  • RSVP here

Albany: Monday, February 25, Albany Institute of History & Art, Key Cultural Center, 125 Washington Avenue, Albany. 1PM-4PM.

  • Programs Represented: Architecture + Design, Arts Education, Dance, Electronic Media & Film, Facilities, Folk Arts, Individual Artists, Literature, Museum, Music, Presenting, Special Arts Services, State & Local Partnerships, Theatre, Visual Arts
  • RSVP here

Long Island: Friday, March 1, Cinema Arts Center, Sky Room Cafe, 423 Park Ave, Huntington. 1 PM-4 PM. 

  • Programs Represented: Architecture + Design, Arts Education, Dance, Electronic Media & Film, Facilities, Folk Arts, Individual Artists, Literature, Museum, Music, Presenting, Special Arts Services, State & Local Partnerships, Theatre, Visual Arts
  • RSVP here

New York: Tuesday, March 5, Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling, 898 St. Nicholas Avenue @ 155th Street, New York 1 PM-4 PM. 

  • Programs Represented: Architecture + Design, Arts Education, Dance, Electronic Media & Film, Facilities, Folk Arts, Individual Artists, Literature, Museum, Music, Presenting, Special Arts Services, State & Local Partnerships, Theatre, Visual Arts
  • RSVP here