Archive for October, 2014

Brooklyn alum Jiyoun Lee-Lodge Open Studio / Show

October 30, 2014

> *|Open Studio Nov 9, 12-6pm|*
> 43-01 21st street Suite 111 Long Island City NY 11109
> text/call by the door 646-427-9875
> (private viewing available upon request: before Nov 27th)
> *|2 person show: Jiyoun Lee-Lodge & Eun Seon Kim: Nov 13-26|* > @ Coohaus Art/ 547 W. 27th St. #307, NY, NY 10001
> Opening Reception: Nov 13, 6-8pm
> (Gallery open hrs: 11-6pm, Tue – Thur, >


Visiting Artist Lecture No. 3: James Hyde in the Art Department

October 27, 2014

Please join us for this fall’s
Visiting Artist Lecture:

James Hyde
October 28th, 1PM
Room 5127, Boylan Hall

James Hyde is a contemporary New York based painter, sculptor and photographer whose work has been described as an “exploration of physicality”. Through his use of unconventional materials, Hyde explores the realms of painting as symbolic and allegorical situations that happen to be made by a particular medium and set of materials. “I’m more interested in the idea of problems and possibilities, of ways in which painting relates to its own history. And painting is not the most brilliant sociologically horizontal medium. It’s not fast; it doesn’t spit out popular imagery very quickly. But it has an enormous resonance historically” said Hyde in an interview with Phong Boi from the Brooklyn Rail.

Hyde is represented by Horton Gallery in New York and exhibits internationally with Schau Ort, Zurich, Switzerland and Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris, France. He has works in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum and has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum and the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. He also teaches regularly at Brooklyn College. Please join us in welcoming James as he shares his work and experience with us!

See you all on October 28th,


Visit the below website to view selected works, exhibitions, and press releases by James Hyde:

james hyde.pdf

Intern Needed for Fashion Consultant

October 20, 2014

Entrepreneur and Fashion Consultant, Jacqueline Joseph, owner of Admittobitter is currently looking for a 15hr a week intern.

Currently, I am looking to mentor someone who is interested in creative thinking and is passionate about “THE ARTS” and “MADE IN NYC”music, fashion, art and accessories. We are running a POP UP SHOP thru November and also consulting for two fashion lines, as well as preparing a new website and consistently feeding social media. Every day may be different as we are doing several different things, but all with a common denominator of creative thinking and hard work.

Please email Jacqueline at jacquie

Jacqueline Joseph

Professor Ball to Speak at the Cloisters Museum this Saturday

October 16, 2014

Professor Ball will be giving a free gallery talk this Saturday, October 18 at the Cloisters Museum at 12:00 and again at 2:00.

Devotional Practice in the Middle Ages


Gowanus Open Studios, Oct 18,19

October 16, 2014
Sarah’s show open during Gowanus Open Studios this weekend.
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art making workshops

October 16, 2014

Reusable Art Making McCarrenv1.pdf

and open to the public.


Archie Rand and April Gornik to Speak at New York Public Library on October 22

October 16, 2014

Light in the Woods, 2006, charcoal and pastel on paper, 34.5 x 50 inches, collection of Rebecca and Richard Stanton Jones

Artists April Gornik and Archie Rand converse about her work and the new book,Drawings, published in conjunction with her recent major solo exhibition.

FREE – Auditorium doors open at 5:30 p.m.

HRDCVR Magazine Design Fellowship

October 16, 2014

My name is Paulana Lamonier and I am an intern at HRDCVR Magazine. I am reaching out because HRDCVR Magazine is offering a Design Fellowship with a $1,000 stipend, and we’d like to extend this great opportunity to Brooklyn College students.

HRDCVR, founded by Danyel Smith & Elliott Wilson, is deeply designed and edited concept magazine in the form of a massive book. Its mission is to provide an extreme print experience, but moreover to change the soul of journalism and reimagines the structures of magazine. HRDCVR is crowd founded and published once. Here’s a great article written about HRDCVR.

Here is the link to the fellowship application:

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to myself or the Managing Producer of HRDCVR, Darian Harvin, who is cc’d.

Thank you for your time and considering. We look forward to hearing from you.

Paulana Lamonier
Cell: (516)710.2598

“All great achievements require time.” – Maya Angelou

Exciting New Opportunity at the Rubin Museum

October 15, 2014

The Rubin Museum of Art invites college students to participate in our new College Committee. The Committee is a volunteer group of students who will plan social events for peers at the Museum, enjoy behind-the-scenes access to our staff and collections, and receive museum career advice.

We hope you will encourage your students to apply!

Best wishes,

Laura Lombard and Nicole Leist
Adult and Academic Programs

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Exciting Opportunity for College Students

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Application Deadline is Friday, November 7, 2014
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Do your students love going to museums? Would they like to be a museum insider, planning events and enjoying behind-the-scenes access? Are your students interested in museum careers but not sure where to start? If so, the Rubin Museum of Art’s new College Committee is right for them.

We are seeking dynamic and dedicated college students to serve as volunteers for the College Committee. Working closely with Rubin Museum staff, committee members will have the opportunity to learn about the Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions, plan social events, connect with friends and college clubs, enjoy art-making projects, meet students from other universities, and much more.

The committee will will meet bimonthly at the Museum. The time commitment to participate in the program is one academic year (November–May).

Students can send completed applications to u <mailto:universityprograms> mailto:universityprograms> .

For more opportunities in the galleries, you can schedule a tour with your students to see our latest exhibitions:

To reserve a tour, please click here <mailto:reservations>mailto:reservations> .

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Brooklyn College Job/Internship Fair on Oct 17th (Employers from various career fields including MUSEUMS)

October 14, 2014

Job and Internship Fair!
> Over 75 employers will be recruiting for jobs and internships at the
> Brooklyn College Job and Internship Fair on Oct 17th 11:30am, 6th Floor, Student Center. >
> Employers include:
> 9/11 Memorial Museum
> Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
> Explore Schools
> NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene
> NYS Dept. of Civil Service
> PricewaterhouseCoopers
> Stageplays Theatre Company
> Story Corps
> This entire week the Magner Career Center has extended walk-in hours to assist students with their resume and preparing for the job fair. They can call 718 951 5696 or stop by 1303 James Hall for more information.