Language:
English
Founded:
Early 1980's
Duration:
Three months
Application guidelines:

1. Applicant must be residing in the New York metropolitan area during the duration of the program.
2. The AIM program is open to emerging visual artists working in all media.
3. The AIM program does not accept applications from:

  • commercial artists
  • artists with gallery representation
  • students currently enrolled in a BFA or MFA studio art program
  • artists participating in comparable career development program
  • AIM alums
Deadline:
Applications closed, check back in June 2014 to apply for the next AIM program
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The Artist in the Marketplace Program

The Artist in the Marketplace Program

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Description

Every year a panel of five arts professionals, assembled by the Bronx Museum, selects thirty-six artists to participate in the AIM program. The thirteen AIM sessions are led by a faculty of specialists and address areas of practical concern to artists including: career management and gallery representation; exhibition and public art opportunities; grant writing, copyright law and contracts, and marketing. There are two groups: winter (January through March) and spring (April through June).The sessions are held at the Bronx Museum and off-site locations on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 pm and occasionally on Saturdays from 3-5 pm. Participating artists are encouraged to build their networks through the program's collaborative structure. AIM culminates with a biennial exhibition organized by a team of guest curators and an accompanying catalogue.

 

Outcome

To provide networking opportunities to emerging artists residing in the New York metropolitan area and to introduce their work to a greater audience.

Location

The museum is centrally located in the Bronx, a borough of New York City.

Contact information
Addresses

1040 Grand Concourse at 165th St
Bronx, NY 10456
United States

Email
info [at] bronxmuseum.org