Felicity Hogan, New York Foundation for the Arts

TITLE: Director of NYFA Learning 

FUNDING AREAS: Professional development for artistis

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PROFILE: Felicity Hogan serves as the Director of NYFA Learning at the New York Foundation for the Arts. Her LinkedIn bio shares:

Born in the United Kingdom, Felicity Hogan was originally trained as an artist. Since residing in the United States she has expanded her skills to arts administration and curating with over 15 years experience in commercial, alternative and non-profit spaces. 

Currently, Ms Hogan is Director of NYFA Learning at New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) providing professional development opportunities for artists and arts administrators through programs such as NYFA’s Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp focusing on the business side of the creative practice for artists and Doctor's Hours providing one-on-one consultations for artists. Felicity coordinates NYFA’s Emerging Leaders Boot Camp program that has provided leadership skills to 50 NYC Metropolitan arts administrators since 2013. 

Additionally, she also manages the Immigrant Artist Program (IAP) that serves immigrant artists through the monthly Con Edison Immigrant Artist Newsletter, IAP Resource Directory, and direct support through IAP’s Mentoring Program that pairs immigrant artists with artist mentors. Through her work with immigrant artists she was selected to participate in Coro NY's Immigrant Civic Leadership Program (ICLP) in 2015. 

In September 2011, Ms. Hogan was selected and participated in NAMAC’s Leadership Institute for Visual Arts Organizations. Ms. Hogan served as Executive Director of Artists Alliance, Inc., a non-profit organization whose programs include a residency program and exhibition space, Cuchifritos located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. (2008-11). She is also a member of the Curatorial Advisory Board at EFA Project Space where she participated in the inaugural Studio Residency for New York City Arts Workers in 2010. Felicity is committed to the arts community through numerous activities at institutions in New York and nationwide, including her presence on advisory boards, selection panels, lectures, workshops, and visiting guest critic.