Happy President’s Day, everyone! We hope most of you have today off and are enjoying a long weekend. For those of us who will be in our offices today, let’s find that amazing playlist that will make us hunker down and get through this Monday. We’re also celebrating Black History Month and have been pouring over the many articles and images in Google Arts & Culture’s page in our Read section. We’ve received quite a few job opportunities through our network, so go ahead and Apply if interested, and if you’re not looking for a new job at the moment, enjoy the events we picked out for you and Go.
Black History and Culture—Google Arts & Culture
Mapping Our Progress Toward Cultural Equity—Americans for the Arts Blog
5 Corporate Social Responsibility Trends to Watch in 2019—American Express
The Art of Optimism (A Special Issue Guest-Edited by Ava DuVernay)—TIME
Business of Art | Five Tips for Smarter (Not Harder) Fundraising—NYFA Current
Film Screening: Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures (Guggenheim Musem) Tue. Feb. 19 | Free with museum admission
Business Entities for Artists (Online Workshop) Tues. Feb. 19 | $25
Amateur Night at The Apollo: Season Opener (The Apollo) Wed. Feb. 20 | From $8
More Than Words: Haiku’s Expressive Potential (Japan Society) Thu. Feb. 21 | $12-$15
Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) Internship (Americans for the Arts)—via YPA Member
Development Director (The Watermill Center)—via YPA Member
Media / Marketing Communications Coordinator (The National Arts Club)—via YPA Member
The Laundromat Project 2019 Create Change Residency and Fellowship (The Laundromat Project)
National Outreach Coordinator (PEN America)—via ELNYA
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