Highlights from the Con Edison IAP Newsletter
“Discipline over a period of time and slowing down the creative process is a useful element in creating better work” – Christopher Hibma, Sundance Institute
Are you currently receiving our free Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter? Highlights from this month’s issue include:
- A featured interview with Christopher Hibma, Producing Director of the Theatre Program, Sundance Institute about Sundance Institute’s unique approach to new play development, the importance of relationship building in the industry, and their plans to expand their international network including their collaborations with artists in East Africa and their new initiative focusing on artists in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
- Twenty-five upcoming artist deadlines including NYFA’s Artists’ Fellowships for individual artists in New York State, NYFA’s Arts Business Incubator (ABI) for New York City creative start-ups, The Laundromat Project’s Create Change Fellowship and Residency for artists of color in New York City, the Sustainable Art Foundation’s awards for artists and writers with families, and the Quarry at Marble House’s residency program in Dorset, Vermont.
- Information about IDNYC, a government-issued identification card for all New York City residents over the age of 14 regardless of their immigration status.
- Featured events around New York City, such as Flushing Town Hall’s Lunar New Year Bazaar on February 14.
The Con Edison IAP Newsletter comes out once every month; sign up for free here.
Click here for more information about NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Program (IAP).