Tag: judy cai



Interview | The Story of “A Place to Disappear,” a Conversation with Pablo Lerma

“For me, the most powerful connection between painting and photography is the sense of time; how with only a gesture you can use time as a tool to change the reality you’re trying to capture/interpret.” Pablo Lerma is a visual artist and researcher based in New York. His artistic practice involves researching and collecting photographs,…

Interview | Marco Scozzaro, Italian Photographer & IAP Alumnus

“NYFA and IAP opened a new world for me. Getting to know other artists and art professionals and start a conversation with them is the aspect of the program that I personally treasured the most.” 点击这里阅读中文采访稿Click here to read this interview in Chinese. Marco Scozzaro is an Italian artist and an editorial and commercial photographer currently living in…

NYFA AT QUEENS ARTS CONNECTION

Professional Development Event for NYC Artists Queens Council on the Arts and Queens Museum’s Open A.I.R program are hosting Queens Arts Connection (QAC) on Saturday, April 25th at 2 PM. Queens Arts Connection is a professional development event for artists to learn more about NYC arts services organizations and the business of art. The event is open to the public and will be a great opportunity for artists to…

Featured Organization: Chen Dance Center

NEW FEATURE FROM THE CON EDISON IMMIGRANT ARTIST NEWSLETTER NO. 64 This month IAP highlights the Chen Dance Center (CDC), which is comprised of a company, school, and theater serving the Lower East Side/Chinatown community as well as New York City dancers and audiences. Since its inception in 1978, CDC has become the nation’s largest Asian American performing…

Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter, Issue No. 52

Introducing Judy Cai, NYFA Program Associate, Asian Affairs. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has the great pleasure of introducing Judy Cai, Program Associate, Asian Affairs. Judy joins NYFA to assist on upcoming programs involving the Chinese arts and cultural sector and to initiate outreach into local Asian communities. For our Chinese audience, Judy has developed…