651 ARTS is proud to announce the New Media & Arts Fellowship (NMAF) program is back! NMAF 2017 will be lead by Sydnie L. Mosley and we are delighted to continue our partnership with long-time friend Bailey’s Café.
Under supervision of marketing and curatorial staff, this year’s students will also research the archives of 651 ARTS, and create social media and blog content about what they discover. All workshops will be held at Bailey’s Café—324 Malcolm X Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11233—on Tuesdays from 4:00-6:00pm.
Following a competitive application process, a select number of students will be chosen as 2017 New Media & Arts Fellows. Fellows will be awarded a $200.00 stipend at the completion of the program based on full attendance and participation. NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY, just an enthusiastic attitude!
We will continue to accept students into the program on a rolling basis through February 28.
Lead funding for the New Media & Arts Fellowship is provided by the Pinkerton Foundation, Con Edison, and the New York Department of Cultural Affairs.
Anthony Rosado analyzes the NYC Cultural Plan in an effort to “preserve the rich, vibrant culture of our city that our ancestors gardened.”