Highlights from the IAP Newsletter #94
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Here are this month’s highlights:
- A featured interview conducted by Alicia Ehni with Sophia Chizuco, Japanese artist, IAP alumna, and now mentor.
- The Immigrant Arts Summit Free Outdoor Concert, a featured event sponsored by The Battery Park City Parks Conservancy.
- 15 opportunities for artists, including the Labor Day Weekend Art Fair at Queeny Park open call, in St. Louis, Missouri; and a Residency For Writers in Montricher, Switzerland, where residents get a stipend of CHF 1,200 a month.
- June’s Featured Subscriber Laura Fantini, an Italian artist living and working in Brooklyn, who specializes in life-size colored pencil still life.
- A Save the Date for our next Doctor’s Hours on July 17; a reminder that the applications for the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Visual Arts will close on July 26; and other NYFA events and announcements.
- Professional development and resources for immigrant artists such as the Actors Fund (NYC) workshops, and the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG), which provides citizenship assistance for immigrants, among other civil legal services to low-income New Yorkers.
- 7 featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
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Image: Courtesy of Laura Fantini, Hope (detail), colored pencil on Schoellershammer illustration board, 2017