New York Foundation for the Arts | 20 Jay Street
An exhibition of work by artists participating in NYFA's Immigrant Artists Program (IAP)
Opening Reception: Friday, September 27th 6 – 9pm
Dumbo Arts Festival Hours: September 28 – 29, 11am – 6pm
Exhibition Dates: September 27, 2013 – January 17, 2014
Reception: September 27, 2013
Martita Abril, Santina Amato, Franca Barone, Gianluca Bianchino, Liene Bosque,
Pablo Carpio, Heejung Cho, Giada Crispiels, Priscila De Carvalho, Helen Dennis,
Rosemarie Fiore, Isabelle Garbani, Volker Goetze, Joanne Howard, Nung-Hsin Hu,
Denise Iris, Hidenori Ishii, Jessica Kaire, Jain Kwak, Hyunji Lee, Zaun Lee,
Carlos Martinez, Eva Nikolova, Lucia Pedi, Javier Peñalosa, Liesl Pfeffer,
Alfredo Plot, Cordula Maria Rien Kuntari, Karolina Sobecka, Claudia Sohrens,
Laetitia Soulier, Anita Sto, Rica Takashima, Carlos Valle, Octavio Vazquez,
Stephen Woods, Ezra Wube, and Sophia Chizuco Yw
Readings & Performance
Event: January 17, 2014
Martita Abril, Ephrat Asherie, Jonathan Cerullo, Volker Goetze, Amy Lawless,
Jaqueline León, Grace Lee, Neil Rolnick, Barbara Rubin,
Oded Tzur, and Octavio Vazquez
Through the Immigrant Artist Program (IAP), the New York Foundation for the Arts is building and serving a community of artists with diverse backgrounds who share the experience of immigration. We connect artists with services and resources to foster their creative careers, gain support and exposure for their work, and integrate into the cultural world of New York and beyond while upholding their distinct identities. More information on past and current programming available Here.
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The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) was founded in 1971 to empower artists at critical stages in their creative lives. Each year we provide over $1 million in cash grants to individuals and small organizations. Artspire, our fiscal sponsorship program, is the largest and most established in the country and helps artists and organizations raise and manage over $3.5 million annually. Our NYFA Learning programs provide thousands of artists with professional development training and our website, NYFA.org, received over 1.5 million unique visitors last year and has information about more than 9,000 opportunities and resources available to artists in all disciplines.