Who knew that sometimes all you need to become more creative is to start dating someone from another culture than yours? If it were only that simple. Instead, we’re working on coping with our failures and learning how to become better at parties in our Read section, so we can utilize our newly acquired skills at events in our Go section. And if you’re on the hunt for new opportunities, head over to Apply for new jobs. And make sure to snag your ticket for the Affordable Art Fair this month with a special YPA ticket offer.
READ | GO | APPLY
Musical pleasures—We know music is pleasurable, the question is why?—Aeon
How to Be Better at Parties—The New York Times
Dating Someone from Another Country Can Make You More Creative—Artsy
The 3 Stages of Failure in Life and Work (And How to Fix Them)—James Clear
In a New Report, Berlin’s Artists Detail Shockingly Low Pay and High Levels of Sexual Harassment—Artnet News
Should I Stay or Should I Go? (Housing Works Bookstore), Mon. Sept. 17 | Free
Resilient Cities: Equitable, Collaborative and Connected (Center for Architecture), Tue. Sept. 18 | $10
Behind the Creative Curtain (Women of Culture & ArtsClub), Thurs. Sept. 20 | $35
Icelandic Film in Focus (Scandinavia House), Thurs. Sept. 20 - Fri. Nov. 16 | $0-$15
Pregame Your Brain: Your Ever-Changing Brain (Caveat), Fri. Sept. 21 | Free
Affordable Art Fair with YPA (Metropolitan Pavilion) Sept. 26 - 30
Manager of Concerts, The New School, Mannes School of Music—NYFA
Gallery Assistant, Amsterdam Whitney Gallery—Art Frankly
Operations Associate, Salon 94 Design—NYFA
Communications Coordinator, The Studio Museum in Harlem—American Alliance of Museums Job HQ
Gallery Relations Liaison, Artsy—LinkedIn
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