We’re fighting the good fight this week, acknowledging how hard arts careers can be and why we’re still working towards being arts professionals while finding ways to work around questions such as “What is your current salary” in the READ section. Under GO we’re excited to meet the new NYPhil music director Jaap van Zweden, and learning how to apply for grants and residencies. And as always, we have plenty of opportunities for you to APPLY for as well.
Cultural evolution, democracy, and freedom—British Council
The Boom in Pop-Up Galleries Is Only Just Getting Started—Artsy
Manhattan’s Biggest, Newest, Slickest Gated Community. Is This the Neighborhood New York Deserves—The New York Times
7 Things to Say When You're Asked 'What Is Your Current Salary?'—Inc.
Theater Matters: An Artists and Critics Review Panel (The Invisible Dog Art Center) Mon. March 18 | Free
An Evening with Music Director Jaap van Zweden (David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center) Wed. March 20 | Free
Applying for Grants & Residencies: Strategies for Writers, with Ethan Nosowsky (Online Workshop) Thu. March 21 | $25
National Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference (Kimmel Center) March 21-22 | Prices vary
Development Associate, Annual Giving (The Juilliard School) via YPA Member
Community Manager, The Artist Co-op via YPA Member
Volunteer Opportunity (The Acting Company Salon Reading Series) via YPA Member
Associate Manager, Individual Development (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum & Foundation) via NYFA
Special Projects Manager, Visitor Experience (The New York Botanical Garden) via AAM jobsHQ
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