Seasonal Workshops and Events

MAP Fund Toolbox

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 | 6:30pm at The Field
The MAP Fund is one of the leading sources of funding for contemporary performance in the United States. Each year, they award $1,000,000 to up to 40 projects across the country. If you are looking to throw your hat in the ring, come to The Field’s MAP Fund Toolbox Session and learn about this competitive application process. This session is free and highly recommended for Fiscally Sponsored artists. Space is limited. 
FREE for Members of The Field with RSVP

Fieldwork Open Trial Day 

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 | 6:30pm at Spaceworks (Williamsburgh Library) 
Test drive the Fieldwork methodology at this one-time, low-cost, multi-disciplinary workshop facilitated by dance artist, writer and educator Shalewa Mackall. Bring 10 minutes of work - at any stage in your progress - and get ready to share, engage, and learn! Walks-ins are welcome, but priority will be given to those who RSVPed online. 

Fall 2018 Fieldwork (6-Week Workshop) 

Tuesdays, October 2 - November 6, 2018 | 6:30pm at Spaceworks (Williamsburgh Library) 
Share works-in-progress, learn what your audiences see, hear, and feel, hone your critical perception, and get motivated by a weekly deadline - when you register for the Fall 2018 Fieldwork session! This 6-week workshop will be facilitated by dance artist, writer and educator Shalewa Mackall. Space is limited to 8 participants. 
Sliding Scale Pricing, $60 to $135

Consultations with The Field 

BY APPOINTMENT hour-long sessions at The Field
Sign up to get one-on-one expert advice on Budgets, Grant Proposals, Individual Giving, Community Engagement, and Self-Producing Work. Schedule a consultation on any of these topics - or propose one of your own!
$35 Members / $50 Non-members

New York State Council on The Arts (NYSCA) Toolbox 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 | 6:30pm at The Field
NYSCA awards grants to artists in arts disciplines, including dance, film, theater, and music. If you are considering applying in 2019, 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 as a Fiscal Sponsor. Space is limited. Attendance is strongly encouraged if you are a first-time applicant. 
FREE for Members of The Field with RSVP