We don’t know about you, but colder days for us mean it’s just a tad harder to be socially out and about. But we’ll give you plenty of reasons to do so in our GO section. And if networking or making new friends is not your forte, we have some advice under READ. Introvert or not, it’s always a good reminder to focus on asking great questions while networking. We’re looking forward to our event in partnership with NYFA’s Emerging Leaders program “Managing Up and Down: Conflict Resolution in the Workplace” on Monday, Oct. 29 (register now!). As always, we have job opportunities for you to APPLY as well.
Watching Art Conservators Work Their Magic Has Become a Hot New Museum Trend. Here’s Why—Artnet News
How to Make Friends, According to Science—The Atlantic
4 things every introvert should do before a networking event—Fast Company
Finally, a Native American Exhibition in the Met’s American Wing—Smithsonian Mag
San Francisco will require 30 percent of new public art to depict historical female figures—Artsy
We Met in Paris: Grace Frick and Her Life with Marguerite Yourcenar (Albertine) Mon. Oct. 22 | Free
LMHQ Women’s Breakfast: Democrazy – A Voter’s Town Hall (LMHQ) Tues. Oct. 23 | Free
NYC ArtTech + Blockchain Connect 2018 (NYU Kimmel Center) Weds. Oct. 24 | starting at $69 +30% off for YPA Members
Dignity Matters Fundraiser: Live Performance & Wine Tasting (Corkscrew Brooklyn) Thurs. Oct. 25 | Free, donations welcome
TEFAF New York (Park Avenue Armory) Oct. 27-31 | $25-$75
YPA & NYFA Event Managing Up and Down: Conflict Resolution in the Workplace (NYFA) Mon. Oct. 29 | $10
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