Do you know that feeling of suddenly seeing something clearly? While collecting articles for this week’s round-up, we suddenly saw a clear theme emerge: the work-life balance. Or as we like to call it, the life balance. READ more about how to make room in your work life for you in an HBR article, and why procrastination has nothing to do time management or self-control. Not sure how we felt about procrastinating going forward, but at least we now know why we do it! In GO, we have exciting panels, talks, and conversations for you and the ever-popular Target First Saturdays at Brooklyn Museum. And as always, if you’re out for a new challenge, our APPLY section is where it’s at. Off we go into a new week, YPAers!
How to Make Room in Your Work Life for the Rest of Your Self—Harvard Business Review
Agnès Varda, Celebrated French New Wave Filmmaker, Is Dead at 90—Artnews
The not-so-obscure connection between business and the arts—Michigan Daily
Extreme loneliness or the perfect balance? How to work from home and stay healthy—The Guardian
A.I. Will Enhance — Not End — Human Art—OneZero
Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control)—NY Times
2019 Careers in the Arts Panel (BMCC) Tues. April 2 | Free
2019 MFA Exhibitions (NYU) Weds. April 3 | Free
Symposium: Ovid and Art (Grey Art Gallery) Thurs. April 4 | Free
Noguchi Talks | Masatoshi Izumi (Noguchi Museum) Thurs. April 4 | Free
Target First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum: Frida Kahlo (Brooklyn Museum) Sat. April 6 | Free
Digital Marketing and Social Media Manager (Resnicow and Associates), via ELNYA
Senior Manager, Communications (Lincoln Center) via LinkedIn
TEFAF New York Seasonal Art Fair Staff (TEFAF New York) via NYFA
Arts Administration Fellowship (Brooklyn Youth Chorus) via YPA Member
MoMA PS1 Summer Internship (MoMA PS1) via NYFA
Administrative Assistant (National Book Foundation) via YPA Member
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