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Ira Sachs’ Queer/Art/Mentorship Announces 2015-2016 Mentorship Fellows

Ira Sachs' Queer/Art/Mentorship Announces 2015-2016 Mentorship Fellows

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Queer/Art/Mentorship, the mentorship program founded by Ira Sachs in 2011 to establish working relationships between emerging and established LGBTQI artists in New York City, has announced the 11 fellows that will participate in its 2015-2016 cycle.

Spanning five different artistic disciplines, the fellows chosen are Monstah Black, Eva Peskin and Justine Williams in performance; Jacob Matkov and Brendan Williams-Childs in literary; Rodrigo Bellott, Erin Greenwell and Mylo Mendez in film; Caroline Wells Chandler and Doron Langberg in visual arts; and Hugh Ryan in curatorial.

For more information on the participating fellows and the mentors they’ll be matched with, plus more information on the Queer/Art/Mentorship program in general, visit the program’s official website

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