March has started, and with a snow storm! We hope you’re all keeping warm. Whether you get a snow day today or not, we’ll make sure it’s a good start to the week with plenty of articles in our Reads section. For example, find out whether you’re the type who should be listening to music while working. We also can’t wait to go see the newly opened exhibition at the New York Public Library commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots or Go to a related event this week. And lastly, a great curatorial fellowship opportunity and more in our Apply section this week.
Why women of color take more risks in the workplace—Quartz
Should You Listen To Music While Doing Intellectual Work? It Depends On The Music, The Task, And Your Personality—The British Psychological Society, Research Digest
Why Does It Feel Like Everyone Has More Money Than You?—Harper’s Bazaar
Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction—The Paris Review
Jocelyn K. Glei: Creativity vs Efficiency—Hurry Slowly
Drawing in the Computer Age (Morgan Library & Museum) Tue. March 5 | $15 or free for member & students
Love and Resistance: Photographs from the Stonewall Era (NY Public Library) Wed. March 6 | Free
Art History Happy Hour (Brooklyn Museum) Thurs. March 7 | Free
Art + Community Activism (BRIC) Fri. March 8 | Free
Second Sundays (Pioneer Works) Sun. March 10 | $10 suggested donation
Enrollment Marketing Communications Associate (Manhattan School of Music)—via LinkedIn
Summer Internship (The Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation)—via YPA Member
Marketing Manager, Education and Community Engagement (Brooklyn Academy of Music)—via ELNYA
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