Administrative Director of Hands are for Holding

Hands are for Holding is a cornerstone of Gibney Dance’s Community Action work. This in-school assembly and residency program uses dance to spark reflection and encourage conversations about bullying, social isolation, boundaries, and consent. POSITION SUMMARY Hands are for Holding is a cornerstone of Gibney Dance’s Community Action work… [Read More...]

Gibney Dance Company Administrative Director

The Company Administrative Director is a full-time, exempt position. Reporting to Founder, CEO, and Artistic Director Gina Gibne), the Company Administrative Director will drive the dynamic expansion of the organization’s resident dance company. This position is responsible for strategic planning and administrative oversight for every aspect of the Company… [Read More...]

Christie’s

Christie’s Education was founded in 1978 and is owned by the Christie’s International Plc (Christie’s). It is the world’s leading in-house higher education institution. We have campuses in New York and London. In London our degrees are awarded through the Open University. Christie’s Education was the first institution to combine … [Read More...]

Hacking The Museum Tour – Entertainment With Attitude

“I found some of the interactive portions of the tour superficial and a bit corny, but the younger, millennial members of the group seemed to enjoy them. Bringing games, imagination and creativity into the art viewing experience certainly makes the museum seem less stuffy and more relatable.” &#… [Read More...]

How Artists Are Dealing With Student Debt

In 2014, 60 percent had a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared with 39 percent of all workers. The average cost of an arts education in 2010–11 was $40,000 per year after grants and scholarships. Perhaps unsurprisingly, in 2014, 35 percent of recent art-school graduates said debt had a “major impact” on their educational and… [Read More...]

Faculty Job Fair

Faculty Job Fair October 21, 2019 2 Sessions 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM & 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Student Activities Center, Building 44 Now Hiring Part-Time Instructors in: • Math, Biology, Chemistry, • English, Psychology, Sociology, • Theater Arts & Philosophy, • Nursing • Electronics • Child Development • Computer Information System • Many More….. Victor… [Read More...]

Don’t Get It Wrong: AI Is A Tool, Not A Mind

“For two millennia, humanity has endured good and bad in the name of God. We are on the cusp of repeating the same drama on a new plane. Some people believe AI is a mind. They describe its functions with active verbs. They revere AI’s potential as infinite, as… [Read More...]

The Politics Of Noise (It’s Everywhere)

Noise is never just about sound; it is inseparable from issues of power and powerlessness. It is a violation we can’t control and to which, because of our anatomy, we cannot close ourselves off. “We have all thought of killing our neighbors at some point,” a soft-spoken scientist… [Read More...]

The New MoMA: More Space, Less Story

Phil Kennicott: “MoMA is billing these changes to the display of the art as the most significant aspect of the expansion. Not only is the museum growing, it is changing its relationship to the art, no longer insisting on a single grand narrative, no longer teaching, but simply opening… [Read More...]

Report: Arts Engagement Declines Slightly In UK

‘Taking Part’ figures released by DCMS indicate about 77% of English adults engaged with the arts at least once in the past 12 months, a drop of about 1.5% on the year prior. About two-thirds (63.7%) of people engaging with the arts were doing so three or more times… [Read More...]