The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs has announced the recipients of the 2022-23 City of Los Angeles Individual Master Artist Project grants. Ten master artists will each receive $10,000 to produce a series, set or singular new artwork. The original works will be premiered and promoted by the Department of Cultural Affairs next spring as part of the 26th edition of the annual project.
“The COLA IMAP grants serve as catalysts for the development of new artworks by a selection of the city’s master artists and allow L.A.’s residents and visitors to celebrate their creative talent,” said Daniel Tarica, interim general manager of the Department of Cultural Affairs. “This program represents an important recognition of these artists’ outstanding ability and experience with engaging others through their works.”
The 2022-23 COLA Individual Master Artist Project recipients in the Performing and Literary Artists category are Daniel Corral, Alia Mohamed, Jasmine Orpilla and David Ulin. Patricia Fernández, Wakana Kimura, Michael Massenburg, Duane Paul, Elyse Pignolet and Kyungmi Shin were selected in the Design and Visual Artists categories.
For information, visit culturela.org.
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