It’s finally here—the New York summer! With all it’s beauty, free outdoor events, smelly street trash, Shakespeare in the Park, and of course the Pride Parade this coming weekend. To start you off into the first official week of summer, we’ve got your dose of articles to Read and events to Go to. And if you’re on the hunt for a new job, check our Apply section. Let’s all keep a cool head and enjoy the summer!
How To Work On A Team As An Introvert—The Good Trade
How to Get the Feedback You Need—Harvard Business Review
The Best Books of 2019 (So Far)—kottke.org
Can Arts Organizations Do a Public Good Simply by Investing Their Money Differently? One Foundation Is Trying to Find Out—Artnet News
Higher Education: Arizona State University’s Partnership With James Turrell’s Roden Crater Has Much to Teach Museums—ArtNews
How to use social media, according to a mental health expert—Fast Company
Night at the Museum (Lower Manhattan) Tue. June 25 | Free
Bellevue Literary Review: Poetry & Prose Reading (Bellevue Hospital Center) Wed. June 26 | Free
Donizetti's Symphony & Rossini's Stabat Mater (Teatro Nuovo) Thurs. June 27 | $30-$50
Chelsea Art Gallery Tour (Chelsea) Sat. June 29 | $25
Live Arts Pride 2019: The House Party - 50 for 50 (New York Live Arts) Sun. June 30 | $15-$40
Collections Manager (Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum) via AAM
Program Director, Culture, Arts and Open Society Program (Open Society Foundation) via LinkedIn
Development Associate (Brooklyn Conservatory of Music) via NYFA
Senior Account Executive (Fitz & Co) via ArtFrankly
Graphic Designer (Mana Contemporary) via NYFA
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