Highlights from the July IAP Newsletter #83
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Here are some highlights from this month’s issue:
- A featured report by Kendra Howard, The Top 9 Tips for Thriving in New York City, highlighting a panel discussion at the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program’s annual Alumni Mixer. Panel participants included women arts professionals Katrina Neumann (Rate My Artist Residency), Morgan Lindsey Tachco (Brooklyn Arts Council), and Catherine ‘Cate’ Yu (Asian American Arts Alliance).
- The introduction of a Featured Subscriber space, which provides the opportunity for immigrant artists to share their artistic practice and immigrant experience. Sign up for the newsletter to find out more next month.
- Professional development and resources opportunities presented by New York City arts councils in Queens, Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Staten Island.
- 13 opportunities and deadlines, including the Progetto Contemporaneo competition for Italian and foreign artists creating contemporary art, The NARS International Artist Residency Program in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and The Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL) free one-month residency for artists.
- IAP Alumni news featuring artists Liene Bosquê (IAP ’12, ’13, ’14, ’14), Katya Grokhovsky (IAP ’11, ’13, ’14, ’16), Ming-Jer Kuo (IAP ’15), Eunbi Kim (Boot Camp ’12), and current participants Marco Scozzaro and Brigitta Varadi.
- The announcement of the inaugural 2016 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program: Social Practice participants.
- Several NYFA events, including the Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp.
- 10 job opportunities from NYFA Classifieds in locations ranging from New York to Hong Kong.
- And more!
Image: Liene Bosquê (IAP ‘12, ’13, ’14, 15), Ricordo, 2013, cast, plastic, and acrylic