Conversations about decolonization and diversity are big topics in the arts as of late as many workers and outside community groups demand institutions to reflect on their history and internal practices. Our Read section is there to help navigate the challenges and the distinct differences of these terms with a CAA workshop recap on the topic as well as a direct link to the newly circulating google sheet where museum workers are publicly sharing their own salaries. For Go, receive career and fundraising advice when you need it most with NYFA’s new ‘Doctor’s Hours On Call’ service and get ready to wind down at Pioneer Works for their Second Sundays party!
Apply skims the surface of the potential job openings available right now, so be sure to poke around each of the listing sites if you don’t see a position that sparks your fire. And grab your spot for our next YPA event, Job Hunting in the Arts at Sotheby’s Institute of Art on June 18 with leaders from NYFA Classifieds, Art Frankly, Fractured Atlas, and the founder and namesake of Hillary Burchfield LLC Fine Arts Executive Search and Recruiting. Tickets are $10 and include a seat at the panel conversation, a drink, and an opportunity to mingle. Now onwards and with full speed ahead!
Arts + All Museums Salary Transparency 2019 via
‘It’s Helpful to Know All Scales’: Online Spreadsheet Discloses Museum Workers’ Salaries—Art News
How to Write A Grant Proposal with Confidence: First Steps—Creative Capital
Decolonizing and Diversifying Are Two Different Things: A Workshop Case Study—Art History Teaching Resources
Museum Professionals: Three Ways an Online Master’s Degree Can Work for You—NYFA Current
Intentional Practice for Museums: A Guide for Maximizing Impact—CAA Reviews
14 New Outdoor Art Installations Not to Miss in NYC this June 2019—Untapped Cities
Doctor’s Hours On Call (NYFA Online) Schedule for your convenience | Price Varies
Colleagues & Friends: Mary Engel (Pow Arts) Wed. June 5 | $5-15
Claudia Rankine: The White Card (NYPL) Thurs. June 6 | $40
Public Art Fund Talks: Public Art and Activism: 1980s to Today (Public Art Fund @Cooper Union) Mon. June 3 | Free
Second Sundays: June 2019 (Pioneer Works) Sun. June 9 | Free
IDEA Opera Grants, Opera America via YPA Member
Digital Coordinator, International Center of Photography via Indeed
Administrator, Association of Art Museum Curators & AAMC Foundation via AAM
Assistant Curator, Dia Art Foundation via Art Frankly
Digital Community Manager, Museum of the City of New York via LinkedIn
Special Events Associate, The Studio Museum in Harlem via NYFA
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