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Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #102

Spread the word to your immigrant artists friends: our Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter is free. Sign up now! From Women’s History Month celebrations to opportunities and resources tailored for immigrant artists, this month’s newsletter is full of relevant content that will help you make the most of your career. Here are the highlights:…

Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #101

Our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter delivers relevant content to immigrant artists every month. Sign up now! By signing up for the IAP Newsletter, you’ll receive monthly curated resources and opportunities that will help you thrive as an immigrant artist. Here are this month’s highlights: Alicia Ehni talked to NYFA Consultant Ben Hartley, an Australian arts administrator…

Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #100

Sign up now to receive our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter and stay up-to-date on best opportunities for immigrant artists! We’re celebrating 100 editions of great content that helps immigrant artists to find opportunities and community both on and offline. Here are this month’s highlights: Artistic Director for the Women’s March, Film Director,…

Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #99

Be among the first to find the best opportunities for immigrant artists. Sign up now to receive our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter. In this edition, we invited you to give NYFA a high five; rounded-up a few can’t-miss events featuring immigrant artists; paid homage to Fay Chiang; and more. Here are the…

Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #98

Are you currently receiving our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter? If not, sign up now! Learn where to celebrate Latin American Cultural Week, get ready for a biennial focused on African art and culture, and get a curated list of the best opportunities for immigrant artists with the IAP Newsletter. Here are this month’s…