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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Jadin Wong Fellowship Information Session

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The Asian American Arts Alliance is now accepting applications for the 2021 Jadin Wong Fellowship.

Join us for an online information session on the nuts and bolts of the application for the 2021 Jadin Wong Fellowship on Wednesday, February 23 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. The information session will include background and logistics of the awards process as well as advice on preparing a strong application.

Space is limited, and registration is required.

Find out more about fellowship guidelines and application here. 
(Application deadline is 3/21/21 at 11:59pm EST)

This fellowship is a tribute to the life and work of renowned Chinese American actress, dancer, comedienne, and advocate Jadin Wong. Ms. Wong was a lifelong pioneer and innovator in the field of performing arts and strove to ensure opportunitues for Asian Americans through her efforts as a performer and talent agent.

This year’s fellowship is intended to recognize a New York City-based, emerging Asian American dance artist (born on or after 5/1/90) whose work shows strong potential for greater achievement and who hopes to make a significant impact on the New York City artistic community. The fellowship aims to recognize exemplary work that will continue to inspire young artists and the Asian American community for years to come. The fellow will receive a cash award of $6,000, career assistance, professional development training, and support to help them create new work and pursue their career in the field of dance.

The Jadin Wong Fellowship is made possible with support from the New York Community Trust.

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