We hope you all had a wonderful Fourth of July holiday and enjoyed three (maybe four?) free days last week. It’s amazing how much more energy an extra day off can give us. After all the fireworks and BBQs we’re looking forward to a work week of interesting events to attend from our Go section. Or if you’re so inclined, laying in one of many NYC’s parks and perusing through our Reads for this week. Lastly, what better time to Apply for new opportunities than the summer and start the school year with a new job?
Psst…we’re going to take a little break over the month of July. We won’t be publishing full Arts Weekly articles, but sending shorter newsletters only. If you’re not yet subscribed to our newsletter, you can do so now and receive it straight to your inbox every Monday morning!
A Unique Program Pays You to Visit Museums as a Guest Critic—Hyperallergic
A Documentary That Shows Another Side of Toni Morrison—The Atlantic
The Five Stirring Stanzas That Proved a Poem Can Help End a War—Narratively
The Art and Science of Remembering—elemental by medium
Uniting Nations: Culture and sustainable development—British Council
The pARTnership movement
Islam and the Soul of Hip Hop (Brooklyn Historical Society) Tue. July 9 | $5
Ladies Get Paid: Compensation Negotiation with Claire Wasserman (POWarts at Kickstarter HQ) Tue. July 9 | $5-$15
“Poet of the Soul": Poets on Whitman (The Morgan Library & Museum) Thur. July 11 | $10-$15
Manhattanhenge (American Museum of Natural History) Thur. July 11 | $12-$15
Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography (Metropolitan Museum of Art) Fri. July 12 | Free with museum admission
Sarah Blesener Artist Talk (Mana Contemporary) Sat. July 13 | Free
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