Highlights from the IAP Newsletter #95
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Here are this month’s highlights:
- A featured recap of the Performing Arts Panel in Spanish written by Alicia Ehni, Program Associate and Cristina Garcia, IAP Intern, which can also be read en español.
- Featured events like the last show of BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival headlined by Senegalese singer Youssou N’Dour and free Screenwriters Workshops in Poe Park.
- 18 opportunities for artists, including the Harvest Short Film Competition 2017, in Dorset, UK, in which the first prize gets £1000 and a week-long residency at Lower Hewood Farm; and A Blade of Grass’ Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art, which seeks to make the invisible parts of socially engaged art visible and offers $20,000 in minimally restricted support.
- July’s Featured Subscriber Migiwa Miyajima, a successful Japanese editor who reinvented herself and became a professional musician.
- Two videos produced by Con Edison featuring the stories of IAP alumnae, Sophia Chizuco (IAP ‘09, ‘13, ’14, ’16) and Mersiha Mesihovic (IAP ’14); the announcement of two sessions of the Artist as Entrepreneur Full Day Boot Camp; and other NYFA events.
- Professional development and resources for artists such as the newsletters for theater and film/video artists published by Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, in collaboration with WomenArts, and College Art Association’s online guideline to help artists, which includes articles on how to write an artist’s resume and how to be ethical with your art.
- 7 featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
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Image: Migiwa on the piano playing with her big band “Miggy Augmented Jazz Orchestra.”