Let’s wrap up the month with a bang! From the impact of the government shutdown on the arts to networking and development tips, our Reads section provides a balance of insight and direction. And if you want to put your networking into practice, check out Go as well as a new show at one of our favorite spots, the Roger Smith Hotel. In Apply, now is the time to build the future we want for NYC culture- nominate a panelist for the city’s cultural development fund plus a general round up of opportunities in the city. Onwards, YPA!
“Ambitious and Risk-Taking.” Explaining The Shed’s Startling Fundraising Success—Inside Philanthropy
Where next for virtual reality art?—Apollo
The Federal Government’s Shutdown and Its Impact on the Arts – It’s a Bigger Deal Than You Think—Americans for the Arts
Could design save the world?—British Council
How to Make Connections That Count — Advice From a Silicon Valley Veteran (and Introvert)—First Round Review
A conversation with Dr. Tonya Matthews, AAM’s interim director of inclusion—American Alliance of Museum
Svetlana Rabey Exhibition Opening (Roger Smith Hotel) Wed. Feb. 27 | Free
Women's Breakfast: New(ish) Year, New Job: How to Get Hired (LMHQ) Wed. Feb. 27 | $15
Meet the Funder: New York State Council on the Arts - Special Art Services (NYFA) Thurs. Feb. 28 | Free
Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon (MoMA) Sat. March 2 | Free
The Shed Spring Season | Prices vary
Panelist Nomination Form-Cultural Development Fund Open Call for Panelists for NYC Cultural Affairs
Assistant Director of Development—The New York Pops via YPA Member
Curatorial Assistant—Whitney Museum of American Art via LinkedIn
Development Manager—Brooklyn Conservatory of Music via NYFA
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