Highlights from the August IAP Newsletter #84

Highlights from the August IAP Newsletter #84

Are you currently receiving our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter?

Here are the highlights from this month’s issue: 

  • A featured interview conducted by 2016 Immigrant Artist Program mentor Terence Trouillot with mentee Joana P. Cardozo, co-curator of The Future Perfect.
  • Professional development resources such as the EFA Robert Blackburn Painterly Print Workshop, a two-day intensive workshop for both the beginner and more advanced painter/printmaker; and the Bronx Council for the Art’s Seeing It Through 2016, a series of free writing workshops in the month of September.
  • 15 opportunities and deadlines including the Chashama’s Call for Submissions, providing artists, working in a variety of media, opportunities to present work in highly visible venues throughout NYC; the Salupongan International Residency Program, a one-month residency that focuses on social and cultural issues involving indigenous communities in Southern Mindanao, Philippines; and the Artist Protection Fund, providing fellowship grants to threatened artists from any field of artistic endeavor.
  • Two of our favorite NYC events in September that celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • Our congratulations to Eleen Lin’s (IAP ‘10, ’15, ’16) for having her work, Oracle, selected for the online magazine Words without Borders and other IAP Alumni news.
  • Our first featured subscriber, Edwin Padilla.
  • 8 featured job opportunities around the country from NYFA Classifieds.
  • And more!

Don’t miss next month’s issue: sign up for free here. Find out more about NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Program (IAP).

Image: Edwin Padilla, Common Yellowthroat, 2016

Amy Aronoff
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