Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #100
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We’re celebrating 100 editions of great content that helps immigrant artists to find opportunities and community both on and offline. Here are this month’s highlights:
- Artistic Director for the Women’s March, Film Director, and Author Paola Mendoza asked artists to bring light to the unsung heroes of America in an interview conducted by Alicia Ehni.
- Featured events like The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival, to begin the new year by supporting diversity in the performing arts.
- 23 opportunities including the Good Hart Artist Residency in Michigan, which offers solitary time to make art; and the online Communication Arts Illustration Competition.
- December’s Featured Subscriber, Bulgarian Artist Torkom Movsesiyan, who is also a NYFA Fiscally Sponsored artist under the award-winning Middle Eastern dance festival, Raqs Without Borders.
- So many deadlines happening for NYFA programs, including Immigrant Artist Mentoring Programs in San Antonio, Detroit, and Oakland, and more updates from the blog.
- Several resources for immigrants, such as the Immigration Advocates: Immigration Law Help Web Tool, a searchable online directory of over 950 free or low-cost nonprofit immigration legal services providers in all 50 states.
- Our welcome to Cindy Smith Learning Intern: Evy Li!
- Seven featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
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Image: Torkom Movsesiyan, gala show and award ceremony at Raqs Without Borders Middle Eastern Dance Festival, New York City, 2016, Photo: Albert Scantleberry Photography