Highlights from the February IAP Newsletter #90
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Here are this month’s highlights:
- A featured interview conducted by Alicia Ehni with Catherine Yu, artist and director of Public Programs at the Asian American Arts Alliance.
- SAY IT LOUD: Distinguished Black Designers of NYCOBA | NOMA, a free exhibition featuring projects by 20 designers of color.
- New artist opportunities including the Pasig River Art for Urban Change open call, where artists get a chance to show their works in public spaces in Manila, Philippines, for a period of at least one year; and the Eyebeam Residency, a prestigious award for artists engaged with technology and technologists working in the arts.
- February’s Featured Subscriber Maria Dezotell, the Diane Sawyer of Romania, and her work as an investigative journalist and writer.
- A Save the Date for the NYFA’s Hall of Fame Benefit on April 4, 2017; our next Spanish Doctor’s Hours on March 20, 2017; and professional development session Does Anybody Even Go to Websites, and What are Impressions? with Darcy Heusel of Picture Motion on March 30, 2017.
- Our welcome to new IAP Intern, Rose Wang.
- 7 featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
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Image: C.C. Otiliu; Maria with her mother at her first book signing; Bucharest, Romania; 1998