Nope, not feeling quite like spring yet but hang in there! Till then, check out the YPA Round-up of professional and socially oriented reads, engaged events around town, and a robust list of jobs and online sites below.
Reads & Feeds
Trump Signs a New Spending Bill That Increases Funding for the NEA and NEH, Despite Threats to Veto, Sarah Cascone for Artnet News; The latest installment in the saga that is 'Will they or won't they' de-fund arts programs nationally.
Philadelphia’s Institute of Contemporary Art Is the First Museum Certified by W.A.G.E., Benjamin Sutton for Hyperallergic; Publicly verifying nonprofit arts organizations that uphold a lasting commitment to voluntarily paying artist fees that meet W.A.G.E. minimum payment standards - the first museum has passed their test.
How to Recognize Work Addiction and Shift to a Healthy Hustle, Melody Wilding via Medium; Hopefully none of us are having trouble “switching off” at night or suffering from stress-related nightmares or insomnia due to work, but if any of these symptoms sound familiar, this article helps establish a healthy hustle.
#NYFAPartner Spotlight | Swipe Right: How to Fall in Love with the Perfect Grad School, Paula Wallace, President and founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) for NYFA Current; Kicking off NYFA's new 'Get into Grad School' series, Paula Wallace offers advice on what to look for in a grad program and how to pursue it.
MONDAY MARCH 26
Seeing Things Our Way: Art as Propaganda at 92nd Street Y
Learn about the history of propaganda art, a practice that dates back to the days of the early Greeks.
11am; $45; 1395 Lexington Ave., New York
TUESDAY MARCH 27
On the Art and Activism, Ebb and Flow of Global Brooklyn: A Panel Discussion at Interference Archive
The book launch of Brooklyn Tides: The Fall and Rise of a Global Borough, including a discussion on the activism, aesthetics, and changes taking place in Brooklyn.
7pm; Free; 314 7th St., Park Slope, Brooklyn
Visa Application and Legal Issues for Immigrant Artists Workshop at New York Foundation for the Arts
This workshop and panel will cover basic immigration law and visa procedures in addition to unique legal options for artists.
6:30pm; Free; 20 Jay Street, Brooklyn
WEDNESDAY MARCH 28
Colleagues & Friends: Patton Hindle at Emigrant Savings Bank hosted by POWarts
The Director of Arts at Kickstarter and partner at yours mine & ours, invites a dynamic group of colleagues to discuss how best to support artists in the changing landscape.
8:30am; $5 Members / $15 Non-Members; 6 East 43rd Street, New York
Center for Performance Research Open House at CPR
Experience cutting edge performance and movement at one of our favorite monthly event series.
$5 suggested donation; 8pm, 361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn
#MeToo Is Just The Beginning | #BHeard Town Hall at BRIC on YouTube
The town hall asked "How can we move into action that will disrupt systems in place, hold those systems accountable, and demand the tough conversations necessary that need to be had to bring about change?" Stream now.
- Senior Development Officer, Brooklyn Museum via NYFA Jobs
- Gallery Associate, Julie Saul Gallery, via NYFA Jobs
- Chief Programs Officer, Lower Eastside Tenement Museum via American Alliance of Museums
- Sales Coordinator, Multiples & Prints, Christie's Auction House via Linkedin
- Art Department Assistant, Penguin Random House via Glassdoor
- Development Associate, Institutional Advancement Events via Americans for the Arts