A research seminar series organized by the Ph.D. Program in Art History
CUNY Graduate Center
Professor Juan José Lahuerta
(Barcelona School of Architecture)
Gaudí, Dalí: Elective Affinities
Tuesday, May 8 6.30-8pm, Room 3416
Archive for April, 2012
A group of Brooklyn College students are organizing a Bone Marrow Registry
Drive at BC, on Tuesday May 1st.
While our poster highlights one specific child, there are several BC
students who have immediate relatives that are in dire need of a suitable
bone marrow match. We are not looking for any particular ethnicity, the
entire BC community is invited and encouraged to participate in joining the
Brooklyn College has been selected to participate in an international research study involving three other colleges (University of New Brunswick in Canada, Technische Universitaet Ilmenau in Germany, and Göteborgs Universitet in Sweden).
This is the largest and most comprehensive international study of student’s use of the Internet for sexual information and sexuality. The study is anonymous and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Their contribution is valuable.
Study protocol was reviewed by the Brooklyn College Human Research Protections Program, # 305855-1.
Christian Grov, PhD, MPH
Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences
Brooklyn College of CUNY
Brooklyn College Students’ Online Sex Lives
Romance Cybersex Pornography Erotica
Social Networking Chatting Satisfaction
Love Hooking up Dating Friends w/ Benefits Web Camera Intimacy Arousal Cam2Cam
Be Part of an International Study of College Student’s Online Sex Lives.
Students in 4 countries are taking part
United States, Canada, Germany, and Sweden
Anonymous Online Survey – 10 Minutes
Open to Brooklyn College Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Study protocol was reviewed by the Brooklyn College Human Research Protections Program, # 305855-1. Dr. Christian Grov
I am so pleased to tell you about an exciting
campaign we are undertaking to get art history majors involved in creating
short videos of "key" or "iconic" works of art overseas and in the United
States for possible publication in our eTexts and in our websites. Our goal
is to receive 100 short, "you are there" videos (2-3 minutes each) by the
end of the summer. All participating students are entered in a raffle to
win an iPad and will receive a 30% off discount to the Pearson store.
Students whose submissions are accepted for publication receive an
honorarium of $25 per video clip and publication credit. We have two
students working in Italy right now and would love to get more students
working throughout the globe. Click here to see two samples:
* Swarthmore College student at the Palazzo Pubblico
* Temple University student at The Ecstasy of St. Teresa
Project details and instructions are posted on Pearson’s student portal
x3U-101IywLCaQX8bMdfm6A08uxhQNt7ft49b_8Nt_sQ5QbH-qAx8ggxd9e4PI9W80JD4.> . I
would be grateful if you could please share this email with colleagues or
art history majors who might be interested. Please feel free to contact me
with questions or have your students or colleagues get in touch directly.
Many thanks for spreading the word about this project. Sarah Touborg
Editor-in-Chief, The Arts
Pearson Higher Education
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I really wish that I was still a college student just so I could attend this event! Check it out – and the panel discussion includes The Sartorialist, one of my favorite bloggers/fashion photographers.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is holding a college party called "Waist Up/Waist Down: An Evening of Schiaparelli and Prada" on Tuesday, May 15, from 8-11 p.m. We would like to invite any and all college students who would like to attend. The event is free, but is first come, first served. We do request that students e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with their RSVP and note if they plan to attend the panel as space is limited.
Please find additional information below for your students. I have also attached the event invitation and we have a Facebook invite here: https://www.facebook.com/events/251351254962857/
What: Waist Up/Waist Down: An Evening of Schiaparelli and Prada
When: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 8:00-11:00 p.m.
Where: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street
With Musical Guest: DJ Speakeasy
Join us before the event from 7:00-8:00 p.m. for a Panel Discussion — Defining Chic: Then & Now with Francesca Granata (Parsons Faculty), Leandra Medine (The Man Repeller), Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist), and Lynn Yaeger (Vogue.com Contributing Editor) Moderated by Julie Gilhart (Fashion Consultant)
Current students are invited to applaud the end of the school year in style at a private party with CGM and viewing of The Costume Institute’s special exhibition Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations. The event will include comments from Curator Andrew Bolton, an announcement of the accessory design contest winner, and a design workshop with Parsons Professor, Jonathan KYLE Farmer ma(rca).
We encourage students to dress in their chicest waist up or waist down ensemble. For inspiration, please visit http://www.metmuseum.org/impossibleconversations.
Starting this summer and throughout the following academic year, the
Education Department at the Rubin Museum of Art is offering a number of
exciting internships for college students. We are currently accepting
applications for our Apprenticeship Museum Educator (AME) Program, as well
as internship positions within our Education Department and in departments
throughout the museum.
· The Apprentice Museum Educator (AME) Program runs for two
consecutive semesters, Fall 2012 Spring 2013, and provides essential
hands-on skills to university students preparing for future careers in arts
or museum education. This position includes a monthly stipend. Please see
full description below.
· Our Summer Education Internships run from June 1 – August 15 and
provide opportunities for college and graduate students to assist Education
Department staff with university outreach and the development of resources
for college programs, as well as surveying data collected from museum
visitors. These are volunteer positions. Please see full descriptions below.
Apprentice Museum Educator (AME) Program: Fall 2012 Spring
The Apprentice Museum Educator (AME) Program at the Rubin Museum of Art
provides essential hands-on skills to university students preparing for
future careers in arts or museum education. The unique exhibitions at the
Rubin Museum of Art provide opportunities for Apprentices to learn and
engage audiences through the interrelation of the art, geography, history,
and culture of Himalayan Asia. Program participants will leave with an
understanding of the inner workings of a museum education department,
Himalayan art and culture, and necessary public interrelation and education
skills that will prepare them for the future. Apprentices are prepared to
utilize inquiry-based teaching strategies and receive weekly education on
content and pedagogy. Apprentice duties include giving tours to incoming
school groups, leading offsite pre-visit lessons at schools, assisting with
art-making workshops for incoming school groups, and assisting with teen
programs. Apprentices work closely with the Assistant Manager of Youth
Development and receive mentorship by staff in the Education Department.
To participate, students must:
· Be enrolled in an undergraduate program in a New York City College
or University (Education majors or strong interest in a future career in art
or education encouraged)
· Be able to provide services for two consecutive semesters (Fall
· Work 15 hours per week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays)
· Be at least 18 years of age; have a Photo I.D.; Social Security
Card and email address.
Applications for the AME program are due Friday, May 18, 2012. Once
applications have been accepted, a formal interview process will begin in
late May. Program will start in early September. Applications are attached
to this email and can also be found with additional information online at
http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/137 <http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/137> . If
you have any questions about the AMEs Program, please email Pauline Noyes,
Assistant Manager, Youth Development, email@example.com
Summer Education Internships: June 1 August 15
Commitment: 10-12 hours per week
Position Available: 1
Description: The intern for university programs and partnerships performs
functions critical to college and university outreach in the Tri-State area,
helps to develop resources for college programs, and serves as class monitor
for college courses taking place in the museum’s Education Center.
Duties may include (but are not limited to):
· Create and manage lists in Excel
· Conduct internet research of college faculty and programs relevant
to museum collections and special exhibitions
· Assist with customized curriculum development for college faculty
· Help organize and edit print and web-based educational resources
· Monitor college courses by assisting professors with class prep,
online research, A/V set-up, and guiding students through galleries.
Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred with an interest in South Asian or
Indo Tibetan/Himalayan Studies, or Art History. Strong computer,
organizational, and interpersonal skills required, as well as effective
reading and writing skills. Must be able to work on a PC with proficiency in
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and internet search engines (JSTOR,
Education Evaluation Internship
Commitment: 8-10 hours per week
Semester: Summer 2012 and possibly Fall 2012
Position Available: 1
Description: This summer education intern will assist museum programs by
supporting the organizing, synthesizing, and interpreting of survey data
collected from museum visitors from September 2011 May 2012. This
project-focused internship will report to the Managers of School Programs
and University Programs.
Project Goals and Responsibilities:
· Help the museum improve existing gallery practice and use data to
help train new guides
· Strengthen and focus the museum’s response to visitor feedback,
concerns, and suggestions
· Inform and shape the on-going development of educator resources
· Streamline and clarify the group visits booking process
· Mine data for unexpected outcomes and new ideas
· Other related duties as assigned
Qualifications: The successful candidate will have demonstrated interest in
museum education, statistical/program evaluation, and the arts. Master’s
degree preferred. Strong computer, organizational, and interpersonal skills
required, as well as effective reading and writing skills. Must be able to
work on a PC with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and
internet search engines (JSTOR, LexisNexis, etc.).
If you have any questions about our Summer Education internships, please
email Laura Lombard, Manager of University Programs & Partnerships,
firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:llombard> . Applications are attached
to this email and also can be found at http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/30
Rubin Museum Internships – Diverse
Along with Education Department internships, there are a number of positions
available in other museum departments, such as Curatorial, Communications,
and Programming. To learn more about these positions, see attached pdf or
visit us online: http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/30
<http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/30> . If you would like to apply these
internships, please email your resume and cover letter to Racquel Dwomoh,
Coordinator, Internships Program, email@example.com
Please forward this email to any students who might like to apply.
Manager, University Programs & Partnerships
Rubin Museum of Art
150 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011
140 West 17th Street | staff and delivery entrance
212.620.5000 x246 | office
212.675.0105 | fax
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Please join us tomorrow for the opening of Nevien Labib’s BFA exhibition.
Boylan Hall Gallery, Room 5410
Opening Reception on: Tuesday, April 17th, 2012, 5 – 8pm
Gallery Hours: April 18th, 19th, and 20th, 10am – 8pm"
Hope to see you there!