The clinic will provide $10 consultation sessions to guide international artists through the laborious process of obtaining an artist visa to the United States.
If an award-winning curator with the backing of Microsoft can’t gain access to the UK for an academic conference, then who can?
After initially preventing him from traveling to the UK, the British government has granted Syrian-born, Sharjah-based artist Thaier Helal’s second visa application, allowing him to attend the opening of his first solo show in London.
The Canadian government has denied the Afghan artist Hanifa Alizada a visa to travel to the country, where she was due to speak and show her work at “The Shrinking World of Photography” symposium next month.
Americans for the Arts, an arts advocacy nonprofit, announced last night that they have succeeded in securing the inclusion of the Arts Require Timely Service (ARTS) Act in the Obama-endorsed immigration bill now expected to pass the Senate.