> The Scholarship Office is seeking applicants for the 2014 Rosen Fellowship. >
> The Rosen Fellowship grants undergraduate students the opportunity to create an out-of-classroom experience that will promote creative or career advancement.
> Students may propose a full range of activities, including study abroad, personalized internships, scientific research, artistic expression, or community engagement. All applications will be evaluated on the basis of creativity and the degree to which the proposal will credibly advance the student’s personal and professional life goals. Fellowships are competitive and will provide stipends of up to $5,000 to each chosen recipient
> All full-time undergraduate Brooklyn College students in good standing may apply for the Rosen Fellowship provided that, at the time of application, they have completed at least 30 credits and not more than 90 credits. It is expected that the student will complete at least two more semesters at Brooklyn College after completion of the Fellowship.
> To learn more, brainstorm project ideas, or pick up an application, please email email@example.com to set up an appointment. >
> Best Regards,
> Stephen Gracia
> Fellowship Coordinator
> Scholarship Office
> 210 West Quad Building
> Brooklyn College
> The Scholarship Office is seeking applicants for the 2014 Rosen Fellowship. >
The MFA Open studios start this evening, Nov. 8, and go through tomorrow evening. Go to the 4th-6th floors of Boylan Hall and there will be maps to the various studios. See what the MFAs are working on and join the party!
Faculty and Students,
GASU would like to invite you to attend the final talk in the this Falls’ Visiting Artist Lecture Series with Angel Otero next Wednesday. Angel is an artist based in Brooklyn who is best known for his process-based paintings. Since receiving his MFA at the Arts Institute of Chicago he has shown in Puerto Rico and all over the U.S. Please Join us in welcoming Angel as he shares his work and experience with us!
See you there,
GRADUATE ART STUDENT UNION
The Painting Show will open Monday November 4th in the Boylan Hall Gallery on the 5th floor and the closing reception will be held on Friday, November 8th @ 5:00-6:00pm . The show will feature work from the following Painting Courses:
The show will remain up until Nov 8th.
FindSpark (formerly NY Creative Interns) aims to set up every young creative for career success, and provides the largest Meetup for interns and recent grads in the country, we’ve hosted more than 70 events for over 5,000 attendees in the past three years.
Find & Follow Your Passion, a full-day career conference taking place on Saturday, November 9th in New York City, is designed to help young creatives discover and pursue their dream careers through a day of panel discussions, workshops led by industry pros, and the opportunity to network with recruiters, future mentors, and fellow attendees in a fun, relaxed setting.
I’ve attached the event flyer and would be happy to send you more information if you think any of your students would be interested in attending. They can also use discount code BKCollege for 20% off the ticket price.
NY Creative Interns is now FindSpark. Read about the change here.
Find young creative talent: findspark.com/listing
Join us for Find & Follow Your Passion on Saturday, November 9th!
> The Rosen fellowships offer sophomores and juniors up to $5,000 to be able to carry out a project of their own design. Unlike many fellowships where a student has to compete with thousands of people, this funding is available to BC students only. Each year we select at least 8 students. >
> The range of projects is broad. The donor of this fund is not tied to any specific discipline which is great for our students. This week I am going to see the production of a play that one of the recipients wrote and is producing. Another student visited Argentina to work with a composer to create new work. One student fell in love with geology and went down south to participate in a dig. I could go and on about the different projects. They all share in common that the experiences are transformative. >
> Internships, research, or any combination are welcome. In addition, the committee does not look at student transcripts as the Rosen family is interested in making the opportunity available to the widest population of students. >
> I think this opportunity is great for students interested in art as the field naturally lends itself to project based research. I would be happy to visit a class to help spread the word. If there is a specific student s/he is welcome to come by our office at 213 West Quad. We will also help students develop the proposal, if needed. >
> Here’s a link with the “official” guidelines:
> http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/about/administration/enrollment/financial/scholarships/rosen.php >
> All the best,
> Evelyn Guzman
> Office of Scholarships
> Brooklyn College
As director of the Program in Visual Arts Administration at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, I am writing to tell you about our unique master’s degree program that can benefit your talented art history and studio students after graduation and further prepare them for rewarding careers in arts administration in the visual arts field.
I hope you will share this information about the NYU M.A. program in Visual Arts Administration with your students. They can also visit our website <http://weblaunch.blifax.com/listener3/redirect?l=608004c4-d8ef-494c-89f0-4eff9666063b&id=7ab0f06a-fd3b-e311-bd25-000c29ac9535&u=http%3a%2f%2fsteinhardt.nyu.edu%2fart%2fadmin%2f%3futm_source%3dmdr%26utm_medium%3deblast%26utm_campaign%3dvisual-arts-admin> and join our email list <http://weblaunch.blifax.com/listener3/redirect?l=903c7079-0f86-43aa-9d66-3d18f15df757&id=7ab0f06a-fd3b-e311-bd25-000c29ac9535&u=http%3a%2f%2fsteinhardt.nyu.edu%2finquiry%2f2014vis-art-admin> to learn more. About the ProgramNYU Steinhardt’s M.A. program in Visual Arts Administration prepares students to become leaders in a broad range of arts organizations.
The curriculum addresses the whole art ecology including the cultural environment in which art and arts organizations operate, the role of the artist in society, how artwork is documented, presented, and interpreted, the structure and management of organizations that display artwork – both non-profit and for-profit, and the role of art theorists, critics, dealers, curators, and collectors. A strong emphasis is placed on acquiring the theoretical and practical tools for fundraising, financial management, marketing, and knowledge of new media and technology in the visual arts.
While the program is primarily oriented toward the non-profit segment of the field, it also offers a strong for-profit concentration. Program Highlights:
- Courses in a primary area of study: Arts Management/Non Profit or Arts Markets/For Profit
- Choice of concentrations in Curatorial Studies, Arts Advocacy, Art Education, or other area determined by the student’s interest (such as Marketing in the Arts, Public Policy, or Community Outreach in the Arts)
- Required business courses at the Leonard H. Stern School of Business or the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
- Internship opportunities in museums, alternative spaces, public arts agencies, galleries, auction houses, community art centers, and consultancies
- International courses in the United Kingdom and Germany/the Netherlands in international arts management, cultural policy, and exhibition analysis. Additionally, we offer a ten-week international internship program in London every summer
NYU Steinhardt Visual Arts Administration M.A. Program students benefit from:
- Our location in New York City, the visual art capital of the world
- A faculty who are recognized as leaders in the field
- A strong, local alumni network which provides networking and mentoring opportunities
- The program’s location in NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Art and Art Professions, where students have the opportunity to interact with our B.F.A. and M.F.A. studio art students and curate exhibitions from their studios
Alumni SuccessesOur recent graduates are working! They are employed at institutions including:
- The Appraisers Association of America
- Art & Idea, Barcelona, Spain
- Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
- Creative Time
- NYC’s Department of Cultural Affairs
- Deutsche Bank Art Collection
- Gagosian Gallery
- The Hammer Museum, UCLA, Los Angeles
- Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Korea
- Luhring Augustine Gallery
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
- New York Historical Association
- Pace Gallery
- Phillips Auction House
- Pulse Art Fair
- Portland Art Museum, Oregon
- Queens Museum of Art
- The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
- The Whitney Museum of American Art
- David Zwirner Gallery
Upcoming EventsOur next event of interest is our Art and Art Professions master’s programs campus information sessionon Wednesday, October 30 at 6:00pm. Interested students can learn more and register <http://weblaunch.blifax.com/listener3/redirect?l=94d41de6-0374-4899-ac80-b74ba35231df&id=7ab0f06a-fd3b-e311-bd25-000c29ac9535&u=https%3a%2f%2fsis.nyu.edu%2fpsc%2fcsprod%2fEMPLOYEE%2fHRMS%2fc%2fNYU_EVT_SS.NYU_AD_PRS_ONLINE.GBL%3fADM_RECR_CTR%3dGSTN%26NYU_EVT_SESN_VALUE%3d4473%26Prospect%3dN> . I will also host an M.A. in Visual Arts Administrationonline information session on Friday, November 15 from 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern time. An RSVP is required <http://weblaunch.blifax.com/listener3/redirect?l=1b33e767-cab1-4977-bf3b-5a083816b8c5&id=7ab0f06a-fd3b-e311-bd25-000c29ac9535&u=http%3a%2f%2fsteinhardt.nyu.edu%2fgraduate_admissions%2fonlineinfosession%2frsvp%2f2013%2f11%2f15%3futm_source%3dmdr%26utm_medium%3deblast%26utm_campaign%3dvisual-arts-admin> .
Thank you for helping to make your students aware of the Visual Arts Administration M.A. Program at New York University!
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We would like to introduce you to ArtBattles U, a breakthrough opportunity for your students to showcase their talents to their peers and earn compensation for their artwork and time. The core of our experience is a live painting “battle” featuring all college student artists. They are encouraged to be themselves and put their schools in the winning circle.
This November, we’ll host a battle in New York at the historic Webster Hall (home to our launch event in April). We’re looking for the best student artists in New York/New Jersey and we were hoping you might have some excellent student artists to recommend to represent your school in this Art Battle.
ArtBattles U is a concept based off ArtBattles, the original live painting competition, that started in New York in 2001 by students at the Pratt Institute and SVA. In 2012, we launched the long awaited dream to bring ArtBattles to the college arena with our partners at Campus Evolution.
ArtBattles U: New York Battle
Thursday, November 14th
Doors @ 8pm
Tickets available at www.artbattlesu.com
We hope you’ll join in our mission to allow college students to take the stage. Please share the attached Call To Artists or feel free to contact me anytime if you have any questions or want to send any talented student artists my way. I’d be happy to talk with you more.
ArtBattlesU Artist Coordinator
New York City, New York
Please stop by Centotto this Friday, 25 October, from 7-10pm for the closing reception for Paul Gagner’s portfolio x appunti show, Re: Documents. Our gathering is part of Norte Maar’s Beat Nite All Stars, a nocturnal tour of ten Bushwick art spaces, the full circuit of which will take you from one extent of the neighborhood to the other before depositing you at a well deserved afterparty. Participating spaces, a map and other details here.
We kindly ask you to also take note of the opening date for our next exhibition, By-Productions, or Asides, a simposio show featuring new works by Matthew Miller, Amos Satterlee, Bob Seng and Vincent Romaniello. It will open on Friday, 8 November, from 7-10pm. More details and a couple images are here and on the flyer below.
250 Moore Street, #108
Brooklyn, NY 11206