Month: May 2012



Meet a NYFA Artist: Mia Pearlman

NYFA speaks with Fellow in Crafts/Sculpture and 2011 Robert Sterling Clark Visual Arts Space Award Recipient Mia Pearlman. NYFA: What is your studio or workspace like? MP: My “permanent” studio, which I’ve had for years, is in Brooklyn and is full of plants—I collect succulents, the weirder the better—art, art supplies, take-out menus, and more…

Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter, Issue No. 36

Featured Organization: The International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) The International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) is a residency-based arts initiative located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that has hosted over 1,300 mid-career national and international artists and curators. ISCP’s programming consists of 3 components: the Residency Program, Exhibition Program, and Participatory Projects. Through this approach, residents are…