Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #101
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By signing up for the IAP Newsletter, you’ll receive monthly curated resources and opportunities that will help you thrive as an immigrant artist. Here are this month’s highlights:
- Alicia Ehni talked to NYFA Consultant Ben Hartley, an Australian arts administrator who brings international expertise to our IAP national expansion.
- A featured event to celebrate Black History Month with Bambara Drum and Dance Ensemble at the Brooklyn Public Library.
- 26 opportunities including the Neon Museum National Artist Residency, inviting visual and performing artists to live and work in Las Vegas, Nevada, for eight weeks; and the Women Cinemakers Biennale 2018, which is looking for shorts, documentaries, and features written, directed, or produced by women.
- Our Featured Subscriber of the month, Portuguese artist Carlos Lérias.
- A round-up of deadlines for NYFA programs and the latest news on NYFA Current, including our congratulations to The Participants in the 2018 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Social Practice!
- Several legal resources, such as the AILA Private Immigration Lawyer Search Tool and Law Help NY.
- Seven featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
Image: Mechanical Visions Series by Carlos Lérias