Whether you're searching for a job in development or contemplating going back to school for your Master's, today's Read & Feeds section is pointed towards building a stronger you and a socially united future. The highlighted events also tackle that theme head on with Creative Time and Pioneer Works' day long event, WTF DO WE DO NOW. Hosted by the Yes Men, this event is bound to provoke deep engagement with our current political situation. The Brooklyn Museum also hosts a discussion on curating social practice this week. On Tuesday, practice your pitch with us and ELYNA at the Roger Smith Hotel for our next mentorship session, It's All About the Pitch. Can't make it? Don't worry, we have two more mentorship sessions ahead.
Reads and Feeds: Words that Lingered
A Guide to 15 Leading Art History and Curatorial Master’s Programs in the U.S., Artsy; As the requisite of an M.A. in Art History becomes more prevalent within the arts industry, so do the choices for programs. Artsy breaks down top programs throughout the country highlighting a few that don't break the bank.
Firm Behind “Fearless Girl” Reaches $5M Settlement for Allegedly Underpaying Women and Minorities, Benjamin Sutton, Hyperallergic; State Street Global Advisor, the firm behind the installation of the most talked about faux-girl power statue in the Financial District just got called out significantly.
Creative Careers | Development/Fundraising Job Round-Up, NYFA Current; An exhaustive guide to current job openings within the development and fundraising sectors.
What's the biggest question facing artists today?, The Guardian; From censorship to grappling with social inequality and economic instability, artists today answer what the biggest questions are on their mind now.
Leadership in Action, Hannah Fenlon, Emerging Leaders of New York Arts; A recap of ELNYA's Acting Out: Leadership for Social Change workshop and a comprehensive list of resources and experiences on how to integrate the ideas discussed.
Monday October 9
New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center
It's the last week of the NYFF and tickets are still available for limited showing. Even if you can't snag tickets to a showing, there are plenty of special programs, screenings, performances, and events throughout the week.
Ends October 15; Film Society of Lincoln Center Theaters, along 65th street, UES, New York; Prices vary
Tuesday October 10
Professionals in the Arts Mentorship Session: It’s All About the Pitch
Hosted by us and ELYNA, this session with focus putting your best pitch forward. Mentors Madelaine D'Angelo, Founder & CEO at Arthena and Vladimir Vukicevic, Co-founder & CEO of Meural.com will joining us.
6:30pm, $10; Roger Smith Hotel, 501 Lexington Avenue
Wednesday October 11
Mary Jane Jacob, "Curating Social Practice"
Curator and professor, Mary Jane Jacob will speakon the process of creatively curating works in partnership with our communities.
7:00pm; Brooklyn Museum, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor; Free with admission
Saturday October 14
2017 Brooklyn Army Terminal Open Studios at Chashama Studios @ The Brooklyn Army Terminal
Explore over seventy studios throughout the Sunset Park neighborhood during this two day event.
12 - 5pm; Brooklyn Army Terminal, 140 58th Street Building A (3-J) & Building B (4-I), Brooklyn, NY; Free
Sunday October 15
WTF DO WE DO NOW?
Hosted by YES MAN, Pioneer Works and Creative Time, this day gathering will host open forums, town hall meetings, and promises to foster conversations of collaboration and resistance.
10am - 7pm; Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer Street; Free with registration
The Brooklyn Rail Occupy Mana Open House
An all day curated art and performance take over of Mana Contemporary's huge industrial space. Other galleries and spaces in the massive art building will be open too!
11am - 6pm; 1-8pm; Mana Contemporary, 888 Newark Avenue, NJ; Free
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- Development Coordinator, Perlman Music Program
- Artistic Service Manager, OPERA America, NYFA Jobs
- Project Manager, Exhibit-e, NYFA Jobs
- Dept-Education-Assistant Educator, Public Programs and Creative Practice, The Met, LinkedIn
- Recruitment Coordinator, Artsy, LinkedIn
- Communications Coordinator, Queens Museum, Art Job Bank
- Assistant Director, Third Eye, Art Frankly