Highlights from the Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter #102
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From Women’s History Month celebrations to opportunities and resources tailored for immigrant artists, this month’s newsletter is full of relevant content that will help you make the most of your career. Here are the highlights:
- IAP Newsletter’s Editor, Alicia Ehni talked to IAP Mentor Marco Castro about the relationship between art and technology and the trendy discipline of interactive design.
- A featured event celebrating Women’s History Month at the Museum of the City of New York.
- Over 20 opportunities for artists, including the Shell House Summer Artist Residency, in Roxbury, NY, for interdisciplinary artists who are interested in communal living in a quiet setting; the Van Lier Fellowship 2018, which aims to support and develop early-career individual Asian American artists who live in New York City; and the ISSP Riga Residency, for photographers interested in exploring the social, cultural, and historical context of Riga, in Latvia.
- Our Featured Subscriber of the month, Musah Swallah, who is a visual artist and has recently arrived from Accra, Ghana.
- The latest from NYFA Current, including our congratulations to the Participants in the 2018 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: San Antonio!
- Legal and professional development resources for immigrants, including the NYC Department of Small Business Services, which provides free business courses and workshops in all five boroughs to help you start, operate, and grow your business; and iAmerica‘s informational tools and interactive opportunities for immigrants and their families, which are also available in Spanish.
- Seven featured job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds.
Image: Night and Day, Musah Swallah