Felicity Hogan
Program Officer, NYFA Learning/NYFA Consults
New York Foundation for the Arts


Brooklyn, NY

Felicity Hogan is a program officer at New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and was one of the coordinators for NYFA’s Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp focusing on the business side of the creative practice for 50-60 multi-discipline artists. Additionally, she coordinated the NYFA MARK program in 2010, providing professional development for over 80 visual artists in New York State. In 2011, she coordinated a Boot Camp for 50 visual artists based in New York metropolitan area. Originally from the United Kingdom, trained as an artist, since residing in the US she has expanded her skills to arts administration and curator with over 10 years experience in alternative, non-profit spaces. Ms. Hogan serves 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. In September 2011, Ms. Hogan was selected and participated in NAMAC’s Leadership Institute for Visual Arts Organizations. Her curatorial projects include “Word-Less,” at EFA project space, New York; “Structured Simplicity,” at Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY; “All is one, one is all” at the Free Store, NY, organized by Double A Projects. She recently served as a juror for the Columbia County on the Arts 15th Annual Juried Art Show, Hudson Opera House in Hudson, NY. 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. Ms. Hogan has participated as a Guest Critic at Smack Mellon, International Studio and Curatorial Program, Art Omi, and Residency Unlimited. In addition, Ms, Hogan has served on selection panels at Wave Hill, Lower East Side Printshop, Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, and Gallery Korea, Korean Cultural Service in Manhattan. Ms. Hogan recently made a presentation at Cue Art Foundation on the topic “Applying made Easy. The Edge” offering tips and advice for applications and work samples.

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