Tag: visual arts



Conversations | Gal Nissim, Interdisciplinary Artist & IAP alumna

“Today, as an immigrant artist in New York, I realize that being part of a community that is like-minded and yet diverse is critical for my professional and personal growth.” Gal Nissim is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist and researcher who bridges art, science, and technology to create interactive work that invites participants to explore…

Interview | Japanese Artist and Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program Alumna Sophia Chizuco

“You will definitely make lots of connections through IAP. You will understand what the New York art scene is and where you will go. You will be happy as an immigrant artist."  Japanese artist Sophia Chizuco talks about her experience participating as a mentee and then as a mentor of the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program…

Doctor’s Hours for Visual Artists on September 26

Registration Opens Monday, September 12, 2016 at 11 AM Get practical and professional advice in person from one or more arts professionals at our next Doctor’s Hours for Visual Artists. Register for a 20-minute one-on-one appointment with a consultant to receive feedback about your website or an application you’re working on, and ask questions about…

GETTING STARTED: QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE APPLYING TO AN ARTIST OPPORTUNITY (PART 1 OF 4)

A primer for visual artists when entering exhibitions, contests, and competitions Breaking into the art world is a difficult task, but it doesn’t have to be. To be a successful artist, you must be determined, hard-working, and passionate about your field of work. It also helps to understand how the art world does business: how…