The CUNY/Labor Arts contest is now accepting submissions! Sponsored by the
Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation, there are three writing categories,
and one visual arts category. The contest offers a $1,000 first prize in
each category, and is open to all CUNY undergraduates in good standing.
Deadline for submissions is March 1, 2014. For full submission guidelines,
please visit www.laborarts.org/contest <http://www.laborarts.org/contest> .
> Brooklyn College is again offering its popular study-abroad-in-China program during this summer (May 28 to June 22, 2014), with a rich curriculum of Asian Business, Chinese History, Art of Ancient China, Classical Chinese Culture, Classical (Indian and) Chinese Philosophy, Chinese Language, TV Field Production & Intercultural Communication, and travel to many sites of historical and cultural importance in five renowned cities of Beijing, Xi’an, Nanjing, Suzhou & Shanghai. >
> Travel agencies also help plan side trips to Hong Kong, Yangzhou, Guilin, etc. >
> The total program cost is only $3,350 including international airline tickets, excellent hotel accommodations of over three weeks and travel between & within the five famous cities. Many Brooklyn College faculty and staff traveled with the program over the past decades, either in summer or winter. You are welcome to participate again. >
> Please also encourage interested students to visit the program website for detailed information at http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/bc-china/ and contact Prof. Lu, the program director by emailing to CUNYinChina@brooklyn.cuny.edu >
Peter Freleng’s opening will be
Opening night will be on Tuesday the 25th of Feb, from 5:30-8pm at the Brooklyn College Art Department Gallery, Room 5401 Boylan.
The exhibition will be showing from Wednesday 26th to Friday 28th, from 2-5pm each day.
I am very excited to share my work with you and hope to see you all there!
Her paper on the Arch of Narbonne at the Cloisters was accepted to the Northeastern Conference Regional Honors Conference – wow!
Need help writing a studio art or art history paper?
Visit an art history tutor Monday through Thursday in the Meier Bernstein Art Library Room 5300 Boylan.
Monday 9-12:30 Paul D’Agostino
Tuesday 9-12 Kurt Johnson
Wednesday 9-12:30 Paul D’Agostino
1-4 Kurt Johnson
Thursday 9-2 and 6-7 Kurt Johnson
No appointment necessary. First come, first serve basis.
The latest issue of The 22 Magazine is dedicated to the art of collage and contains interviews with a dizzying number of its practitioners–including Mario Naves. You’ll find it on page 60.
My name is Meghan Robertson and I am Intern Coordinator from Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA). We have several internships available for our upcoming 2014 summer season.
MASS MoCA offers a variety of diverse internships that are available during our summer season. Below you will find links to the full descriptions and application for the upcoming season.
Dates of internships – Monday, June 1, 2014 – Monday, Sept 1, 2014 (unless otherwise specified)
Application deadline: March 1st, 2014 Apply here!
Website and Internship Descriptions:http://www.massmoca.org/opportunities.php
- (2) Stage Tech / Production
- (1) Box Office: Monday, May 25th, 2014- Sunday, August 31, 2014
- (1) Marketing & Public Relations
- (1) Visual Arts
- (1) Graphic Design
- (1) Museum Education (summer position)
- (1) Museum Education (Year-long position August 25, 2014 – August 24, 2015)
- (1) Assets for Artists (This position is not housed)
- (1) Development and Special Events
Please forward to any and all interested students and/or graduates. Feel free to contact me with any questions -internapplications
“Funny and horrifying.” – USA Today
There are two universal truths behind the Mortified project:
1. We are not who we were in high school.
2. But on some level, we always will be.
Real people share hilarious tales of their teenage angst to devastating comedic effect this Saturday, February 8, at 8pm in MASS MoCA’s Club B-10.
We only do comedy when it’s this good.
Romance is in the air this Valentine’s Day when MASS MoCA hosts your best-ever Date Night on Friday, February 14 from 6pm to 9pm.
Sweethearts will indulge in a romantic candlelight dinner next to our gallery waterfall. Catch live music with Justin Hillman in our coffeehouse cafe, and cap off the night with our champagne cocktail, The Sweetest Thing.
No need to schedule a baby-sitter: Child care is available in Kidspace. Drop off the kids for their own special Valentine dinner and art activities.
Space is limited, so reserve your space today by calling our box office at 413.662.2111 x1.
“He’s been a reggae star almost since reggae was born.”
- The New York Times
It’s real. Reggae legend Burning Spear is bringing his Burning Band and they’re taking over our Hunter Center concert hall on Saturday, February 15 at 8pm.
The Rastafarian revolutionary, who has been recording and touring for over two decades, also gets up and does yoga everyday. We’re pretty sure this one will be off the charts.
Tickets are selling fast, so make sure to get yours before they’re gone.
This event is sponsored by the Hans and Kate Morris Fund for New Music.
Meet filmmaker Jason DaSilva at the Q+A following the screening of his film, When I Walk, on Thursday, February 20, at 7:30pm.
Seven years after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, DaSilva brings us a harrowing but optimistic portrait of his physical decline. He reminds us of the importance of silliness and the breathtaking beauty in fleeting moments.
Join the conversation. Join the film club. Buy tickets to three films in the God is Where? documentary film series and receive an official MASS MoCA Film Club badge. Film Club members will also be invited to an exclusive tour of The Dying of the Light: Film as Medium and Metaphor, opening in the main galleries on March 29.
Swilling tall glasses of red wine in the smoky cafes of Paris, Andre Breton and his co-conspirators developed a corpus of mind-bending games to complement their new philosophy of surrealism. So let’s play.
On Saturday, February 22, at 8pm, house favorite
Roger Clark Miller (Mission of Burma, Alloy Orchestra) brings these riotous games to MASS MoCA. Bring a team or just bring yourself, but be prepared to throw down.
We take our Exquisite Corspe seriously.
Up in the Club: Mortified
Date Night at the Museum
Concert: Burning Spear
Film Series: God is Where?
When I Walk
Up in the Club:
Roger Clark Miller: A Night of Surrealist Games
Reading: The Interview: A Play by Guillaume Leblon
Work-in-Progress: Water Songs
Film Series: God is Where?
Body/Head: Kim Gordon and Bill Nace
Up in the Club: BETTY
Concert: Mike Gordon
Izhar Patkin: The Wandering Veil
Through September 1, 2014
Guillaume Leblon: Under My Shoe
Through April 6, 2014
Jason Middlebrook: My Landscape
Through April 6, 2014
Joseph Montgomery: Five Sets Five Reps
Through April 6, 2014
Gisele Amantea: Democracy
Through Spring 2014
Mark Dion: The Octagon Room
Through February 1, 2015
In Transit: Between Image and Object
Through November, 2014
Darren Waterston: Uncertain Beauty
On view beginning March 8
The Dying of the Light: Film as Medium and Metaphor
On view beginning
Closed for the season
Reopening April 12, 2014
Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective
Through May 26, 2014
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