Located in convenient downtown Peekskill, Studio 4 is available for renters to teach classes, or have an event.
Also have an opportunity for interns to help with scheduling and maintaining the operation of the studio.
Parties, workshops, weekend events or on going classes are all welcome at studio4life.
This first-ever Artist Commissioning Program Podcast, entitled What Are The Gaps in American Culture?, gives listeners a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of this new initiative.
“I wanted this podcast to be an oral stake in the ground,” says ED Hoong Yee Krakauer. “So people can hear what we did, what we tried to do, what can you do to add to it…the more of us that talk about this, the quicker we can come to a set of words that will be more equitable.”
This episode features exclusive interviews with QCA Executive Director Hoong Yee Krakauer, as well as ACP Art Producers Brendez Wineglass, Margot Yale, Jacqueline Dugal, and Adele Eisenstein, who discuss what it was like to decide what works are not visible in American Culture. The original theme music, “Put in the Work,” was created by ACP Awardee in Music Composition Neil Padukone.
This episode will be the first in a monthly series that unveils the panel process & shares interview spotlights with key players.
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Please join us on Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm at ArtsWestchester for a free information session led by the Artists Health Insurance Resource Center, a program of The Actors Fund.
This session is open to all artists who want to understand their insurance options.
Questions to be answered include:
- What are my options in 2018?
- How could changes affect me?
- How much will plans cost in 2018?
- Am I eligible for a subsidy or the $20/mo plan?
- Am I eligible for free insurance?
- How do I estimate sporadic income?
- How do I pick a plan?
- Where do I get care if I’m uninsured?
Please RSVP by email to Lauren Brady or call 914-428-4220 ext. 316