Newsletter Vol. 8 Issue 10

June 13 | Vol. 8 Issue 10
Hunter CollegeOffice of the Arts
Annual Museum Mile Festival

The Annual Museum Mile Festival returns for its 44th year. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the Guggenheim along with seven other museums for free along the “museum mile,” including El Museo del Barrio; the Museum of the City of New York; The Jewish Museum; Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum; Neue Galerie New York; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This event will take place rain or shine on Fifth Avenue between 82nd Street and 110th Street. 

Cheng-Harrell Open Nights 
The Frick Collection presents a new seasonal series of free public evenings at the Frick Madison. Cheng-Harrell Open Nights feature after-hours museum and reading room access, gallery talks, sketching, and live music. Admission is free, but timed tickets are required and capacity is limited.

Memory + Healing + Sustainability 
West Harlem Arts presents MEMORY + HEALING + SUSTAINABILITY, an exhibition illustrating a dialogue with Afrofuturism philosophy and aesthetics. This exhibition is a compilation of 18 artists’ work, including Hunter faculty member Dionis Ortiz, covering several artforms from paintings to photography and it addresses each artist’s desire to be free in the presence of a divided post-pandemic world.
September 2017 | Vol. 30
Hunter CollegeOffice of the Arts
Robert Longo at The Brooklyn Museum
Robert Longo, whose “American Bridge Project” is on view on the Hunter sky bridges until Dec 1, will be featured in a new exhibition.
Sep 8 – Jan 7, The Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway

After Darkness: Reflecting on Creativity in Times of Conflict
Artists discuss their practices and deconstruct the impact of dramatic sociopolitical change on
their creative processes. Free with RSVP.
Sat. Sep 16, 1–3pm
Asia Society Museum
725 Park Ave. at 70th St.

Brooklyn Book Festival
The largest no-cost literary event in New York City, presenting an array of national and international literary stars and emerging authors.
Sep 11–16
Multiple locations near Brooklyn Borough Hall & Plaza.

Apply now for Hunter Mellon Arts Fellowship Program
The fellowship supports talented undergraduates from minorities historically underrepresented in the arts with stipends, mentoring, and more.
Deadline: Thu. Oct 12

Signature Theatre Company – Business Management Intern
Signature Theatre’s Internship Program offers students the opportunity to learn alongside professional artists and managers at the forefront of NYC not-for-profit theatre. Apply ASAP for Fall 2017

Spring 2018 Internships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Current students and recent graduates can learn about museum practice and gain professional skills in a variety of fields through unpaid internships at The Met. Deadline for Spring ’18: Oct 15