As the weeks propel toward the new year, our Arts Weekly is a reminder to slow down and enjoy all the season has to offer. Learn about the new updated MTA station art in our Reads section and check out one of our favorite events, the Center for Performance Research’s Open House evening in Go. For Apply, open calls, administrative fellowships and jobs picked just for you. Onwards into the holidays.
Want to write a book? Read this first—LinkedIn
The Problem With Charitable Giving: Taxpayers should not have to subsidize rich people’s donations—New York Times
Artists Transforming Local Government: Creative Strategies Toward Racial Justice—Americans for the Arts Blog
Task Force Tackles Dearth of Resources for Transgender Museum Professionals—American Alliance of Museums
Photos: The Newly Reopened 23rd Street F/M Station Has Already Gone To The Dogs—Gothamist
Performance Studio Open House (Center for Performance Research) Dec. 11 |Free-donation encouraged
Warhol: From A to B and Back Again WAIT LIST ONLY (92Y) Dec. 12 | $29
Night at the Museum: Artist Holiday Party (MoMa ps1) Dec. 14 | $12
Colleagues & Friends: Kate Lewis (POWArts) Dec. 14 | $15
Creative Time Open Call (Apply through Jan. 18)
New York Theatre Workshop 2050 Administrative Fellowship (Apply through March 15) via YPA Member
Manager, Individual Giving and Events (The Kitchen) via Nyfa Jobs
Assistant Graphic Designer (Brooklyn Museum) via American Alliance of Museums
Senior Coordinator, Public Programs & Community Engagement (Studio Museum in Harlem) via NYFA Jobs
Communications and Marketing Associate (Lower Manhattan Cultural Council) via Art Frankly
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