United States Artists announces 2022 fellows, including six L.A. area artists

United States Artists announces 2022 fellows, including six L.A. area artists


1/27/2022 8:01:00 AM

United States Artists announces 2022 fellows, including six L.A. area artists

The honors, which recognize outstanding creative achievements and support future artistic endeavors, will award artists $50,000 each.

United States ArtistsMelissa Cody’s textile work “World Traveler,” 2014.“After another year facing the challenges of the pandemic, artists once again demonstrate their deep commitment to uplifting those around them and nurturing their communities,” says former USA program director Lynnette Miranda, who left her post earlier this month. “The 2022 USA Fellows were selected for their remarkable artistic vision, their commitment to community — both in their specific communities and their discipline at large — and the potential to influence future generations.”

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