Tag: asian american arts alliance



Highlights from the February IAP Newsletter #90

Are you currently receiving our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter? We’re continuing to celebrate diversity and share resources for immigrant artists in need of support during these challenging and uncertain times. If you’re an immigrant artist who hasn’t yet signed up for the newsletter, our IAP Resource Directory provides a comprehensive round-up of organizations…

IAP Featured Report: Top 9 Tips for Thriving in New York City

IAP volunteer, educator, and blogger Kendra Howard reports tips and advice for working in the arts and navigating opportunities in New York City. On Tuesday, July 12, more than 60 of the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program’s current participants, mentors, and alumni from 2007 and onwards met up at the annual Alumni Mixer to hear from…

IAP Interview: Haowen Wang, Cecile Chong, Hali Lee, and Cate Yu

NYFA IAP Intern Allison Ganes recently attended the panel, Mapping Resources for Immigrant Artists, and had the opportunity to discuss topics from the event with a few of the panelists.  The panel was hosted by the Museum of Chinese in America and organized by the Asian American Arts Alliance. Panelists included visual artist, Cecile Chong; Hali…

CELEBRATING ASIAN AMERICAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH

“To celebrate API heritage month is to celebrate my first memory, my last name; my birth, my longing; my accent, my skin.” Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is a month-long celebration of achievements by Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.  Since 1978, the month of May has been a time to honor…