AIM | ARTIST IN THE MARKETPLACE

Since 1980, the Bronx Museum of the Arts has supported New York’s artist community through the Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) professional development fellowship program, the museum’s signature artist training program offering career enhancement resources to emerging and early career artists living in New York City.

 

Admitted through a competitive application process, participating artists commit to a four-month course of workshops and seminars that address the practical concerns of establishing a sustainable artistic practice. AIM fellows are led through a broad-spanning curriculum that touches upon subjects such as Writing, Fundraising, Art Law, Marketing, Financial Planning, and Career Management. Sessions are led by a distinguished faculty of industry experts, including Yona Backer (Third Streaming Media), Robin Cembalest (media strategist), Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento (Art & Law Program), Melissa Rachleff Burtt (New York University), Lauren Wittels (Luhring Augustine), and others.
 

APPLY TO AIM
Applications for the 39th cycle of AIM will be accepted beginning July 1 via our online application. Check back soon for more information.

 

2018 AIM FELLOWS
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SUPPORT

The Artist in the Marketplace program is supported by Friends of AIM, General Hardware Mfg. Co., Inc., the Jerome Foundation, and generous individuals.
 

FRIENDS OF AIM

Friends of AIM is a Bronx Museum based advisory group, which supports the museum’s efforts to provide career enrichment opportunities to New York-based emerging artists. Learn more about giving and memberships options on our Support page.

 

SHOP

Take home a part of AIM's history. The Bronx Museum's store offers catalogue titles from AIM exhibitions beginning from 1985 into the present including our 30th-anniversary publication, Taking AIM! The Business of Being an Artist Today, co-published by Fordham University Press.

 

 

 

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