Highlights from the IAP Newsletter #92
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Here are this month’s highlights:
- A featured interview conducted by Alicia Ehni with Leeza Ahmady, director of Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW).
- The 2017 HCX | Haiti Film Fest, a featured festival taking place at multiple venues in Brooklyn, New York.
- 12 opportunities for artists, including the NYC Parks Brooklyn Recreation’s Brooklyn Artist Open House, that is seeking Brooklyn artists and arts organizations to present an exciting season in 2017 of visual, media, literary, and performing arts at Bushwick Inlet Park; and the 2017 Jadine Wong Award, which aims to recognize exemplary work by an emerging Asian American choreographer age 30 or under, based in any of the five boroughs of New York City, and which offers a cash stipend of $4,500.
- April’s Featured Subscriber Smrita Jain, an award-winning Indian designer, artist, author, photographer, poet, and design educator currently living in New York City.
- Information on Doctor’s Hours in Mandarin; the deadline extension for the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Performing & Literary Arts; and other NYFA events and announcements.
- Professional development and resources for immigrant artists such as CUNY Clear, that primarily aims to address the unmet legal needs of Muslim, Arab, South Asian, and other communities in the New York City area.
- 7 featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
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Image: Courtesy of Smrita Jain