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Taking place in New York and Los Angeles, Up Next is a series of day-long symposia for up to 50 alumni to participate in sessions, workshops and panels that provide the building blocks, tools and knowledge necessary for a successful career in the arts.Learn More
A major granting program for aspiring visual artists up to three years out of receiving their Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Named in honor of acclaimed contemporary artist Daniel Arsham (1999 YoungArts Winner in Visual Arts) and supported by SHOP.COM and DNA Atelier Co-Founders Duane McLaughlin and Amber Ridinger-McLaughlin, the Fellowship further expands the organization’s support of YoungArts alumni as they pursue careers in the arts.
For the next three years (2017-2019, inclusively), one YoungArts alumnus/a a year will receive an unrestricted prize of $25,000 and year-long mentorship opportunities with Arsham. SHENEQUA, a 2011 YoungArts Winner in Visual Arts, has been named the inaugural Daniel Arsham Fellow by a jury of internationally renowned artists and YoungArts Master Teachers, including Derrick Adams, José Parlá, Teresita Fernández and Daniel Arsham, and YoungArts President and CEO Carolina García Jayaram.
Whenever we ask applicants how they heard about YoungArts, a huge percentage of them tell us it was word of mouth. That's right. Good old-fashioned word of mouth. Since so many of you have told us how YoungArts has changed your life, we'd love it if you could help spread the word and encourage the next generation of artists to apply to YoungArts.
You can do this by talking to students, educators and parents at schools, summer programs, festivals, conferences or on social media. Have a YoungArts story to tell? Share it with us and others by using the hashtag #becauseofyoungarts on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
We are always looking for guest writers for the YoungArts Blog. We welcome blog entries written exclusively for YoungArts. This is a chance to share write about an exciting project you’re working on, review or provide insight into another artist’s work, commentary on current events in relation to the art world, or share your own recent work.