Announcing | Participants in the 2018 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Social Practice
Meet our newest cohort of immigrant artists working with socially engaged art.
Through the support of The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, the New York Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce the participants in the 2018 NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Social Practice.
This program offers professional development resources for immigrant and first generation artists working in all forms of socially engaged art (including, but not limited to, public and community engagement and advocacy around issues of environment and climate change, immigration, race, gender, and social justice).
An outgrowth and expansion of NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, this initiative provides selected participants with guidance through experienced mentors. With NYFA’s support, artists will have a platform for articulating current issues and concerns that are impacting our society, seeking ways to create catalysts for change through their artistic practice.
Our immigrant artist participants come from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Nepal, Republic Democratic of Congo, Serbia, and Trinidad & Tobago.
This program is made possible with the generous support of The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation. Our thanks to our cultural partners Culture Push, More Art, and Open Source Gallery for their additional support.
Click here for more information on the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program. And don’t forget to sign up for the monthly Con Edison IAP Newsletter to receive opportunities and events as well as artist features directly to your inbox.
Image: Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Social Practice, January 2018, Photo Credit: Alicia Ehni for NYFA