Dear Students and Faculty,
The thesis show of Christian Coronel and Stephanie Morales will be opening
Tuesday March 17th from 5:00 to 8pm in Boylan Hall’s fifth floor gallery.
I hope you can attend.
The poster for the show is attached below.
We wanted to let you know that we’ve just announced Art Authority’s 2015 Summer Internship Program for Art History students. This is our 5th year, and we are feeling really excited about it.
We hope you’re already familiar with our award-winning line of apps, but if you not, you can check it out here: http://www.artauthority.net
The program was just announced today on our blog (http://blog.artauthority.net). The site http://interns.artauthority.net will give you all the information you need to apply. In the past we have had over 20 interns from around the world working in 5 time zones in a cutting edge industry making art more available to everyone.
This is a great chance for students to get real-world experience in a rapidly developing, cutting-edge industry. I should know! I came out of this internship program 3 years ago myself, so I always look forward to internship season!
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me, and if there are any students you think would be interested please spread the word.
Finally, if you do not already have the Art Authority app, please contact me, and we will be happy to get you a copy for iPad, iPhone, or Mac.
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College Weekend 2015
The weekend of Friday, April 17–Sunday, April 19, undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff with valid school IDs have free admission to the Rubin Museum of Art.
During that time, the Rubin’s College Committee will host two events for their peers. These events are open only to current undergraduate and graduate students with valid school IDs.
Friday, April 17
College Committee Kickoff Party from 6:30–9:00 PM
The Rubin’s first College Committee hosts a free evening for their peers with gallery scavenger hunts, DIY art making, light fare, movies, and more. All current undergraduate and graduate students welcome.
Sunday, April 19
Museum Career Fair from 2:00–5:00 PM
Are you interested in a career in the museum world but aren’t sure where to start? Come to the Rubin’s first ever Museum Career Fair! The event will feature panel discussions on the diverse spectrum of museum professions with Rubin staff, who will take questions from the student audience.
THE RUBIN MUSEUM OF ART 150 WEST 17TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10011 212.620.5000 RubinMuseum.org
MONDAY 11:00 AM–5:00 PM TUESDAY CLOSED WEDNESDAY 11:00 AM–9:00 PM THURSDAY 11:00 AM–5:00 PM FRIDAY 11:00 AM–10:00 PM SAT/SUN 11:00 AM–6:00 PM
We send regular email updates to members and visitors who have purchased tickets to Museum events, opted in at our website, or who have filled out a Visitor Information card.
See this article on the statistics for getting a job with an art history major vs. other majors. Better yet, show this article to your parents!
IMAGINE THAT! INTERNSHIP
with author-artist Joyce Raimondo*
*Programs held at Jackson Pollock’s House
Accepting applications for INTERNSHIPS
in Museum Education and Arts Administration
May 15 – September 6, 2015*
8 hours a week
Seeking Intern to assist with Family l Workshops held at Jackson Pollock’s House – a national landmark in East Hampton. Workshops held on scheduled Saturdays in June, July, and August from 9:00 am -12:00 pm. Additionally, intern will assist five hours a week offsite with all aspects of program administration and marketing. *Note: dates of internship are flexible and if intern has prior commitments on some Saturdays, advance consideration will be given.
Working directly with acclaimed author-artist Joyce Raimondo and the public, the Internship offers experience in museum education and arts programming for children. Intern will gain knowledge of how to create and market art events and how to effectively discuss art history with young audiences.
Interest in art education and enjoys children. Physically able to set up supplies for workshops (some outdoors.) Computer skills in Microsoft Word for Mac Computer. Detail oriented and reliable.
There is no stipend for this Internship.
This Internships are offered by
Imagine That! Art Education located in East Hampton.
Send resume or inquires:
or forward this to others.
Best wishes, Joyce Raimondo
Founding Director/ Imagine That!
Forward email Imagine That! Art Education | P.O. Box 419 | Amagansett | NY | 11930
The Frick Collection is accepting applications for an Interpretive Fellowship in Museum Education—please share the following information with graduate students who may be interested!This year-long fellowship (August 2015 through July 2016) is devoted to the study and practice of gallery teaching in the art museum. Museum professionals and graduate students who have completed a minimum of one year of graduate work in art history, museum education, or museum studies are eligible. Please view the full job posting here or use the attached PDF.
Thank you in advance for sharing.
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021
Hey BC Art Students, Are you aware that in cases of emergency the college has grants that you can apply for? So if you have lost your apartment, childcare, had your books stolen, or some other short term emergency, consider applying!
>> The Carroll and Milton Petrie Student Emergency Grant Fund has been >> created for the purpose of providing quick response emergency grants to >> students in good standing with short-term financial emergencies, to >> enable them to remain in school, rather than being forced to take a leave >> of absence or drop out.
>> Eligibility Requirements for the Petrie Emergency Grant:
>> Students who can demonstrate need and are facing a current unexpected >> emergency may apply for this grant. The applicant should: >> * have a good record of conduct
>> * have paid tuition to Brooklyn College
>> * be matriculated
>> Petrie Grant Award Guidelines
>> Examples of emergencies to be considered include, but are not limited to:
>> * Travel home for serious illness or death in the immediate family (e.g., >> parents and siblings)
>> * Homelessness due to loss of housing
>> * Imminent documented eviction
>> * Documented theft of books and other essential academic belongings >> * Required uninsured medical treatment and/or follow-up >> * An unanticipated loss resulting in a lack of funds to get to and from >> school
>> * Sudden loss of childcare to cover academic schedule >> * Prescription eyeglasses or essential dental work
>> Note: Petrie grants will not be given for tuition cost, college debts or >> legal representation.
>> Please be aware that the Petrie grant cannot be used for tuition and fees. >>
>> For more information, please go to
>> http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/about/administration/enrollment.php and >> click on “Student Emergency Grant” in the right-side navigation. >
Alum Maia Cruz Palileo is featured in the Spring issue of Brooklyn Magazine! She is also in the group show, No Rush, at the Lower East Side print shop, opening March 18 and has an upcoming solo show at Taymour Grahne Gallery, opening April 16. She was also recently featured in the Paris Review. Wow!