The Office of the Arts offers regular in-person and virtual programming for our students and community. These events include career development panels, opportunities to experience and make art, and celebrations of the arts on campus.
Panels and workshops for students interested in working in the arts and arts administration. Arts professionals speak about their current roles, outline their career trajectories, and share advice for breaking into the arts world.
Go with OOA
Free field trips to events at our Cultural Partners as well as other NYC museums, concert halls, and theaters.
The Hunter Arts Ambassadors pitch and co-lead these outings. Click here to find out more about how to become and Arts Ambassador.
Virtual Open Studio
Group art-making and art appreciation sessions for students who want to learn about new artists or let off some steam by creating their own art in a low-pressure environment.
We are always planning more exciting events for you, so sign up for our mailing list to stay in the loop!
Dec 11, 2019, 1:10-3pm: Career Insights with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Amy A. Lehman, Esq. (Director of Legal Services, VLA)
Oct 30, 2019, 1:10-3pm: Career Insights – All About Sound
Scott Lehrer (Sound Designer for Broadway, TV, and Radio)
Allison Dabdoub (Sound Engineer, BAM)
Oct 3, 2019, 11am-12pm: Career Insights with Arts Brookfield. Rebecca Zuber (Senior Production Director) and Elysa Marden (Vice President, Arts & Events).
Dec 19, 2018, 11:30-3:30pm: Winter Arts Festival + Art of Protest Exhibition
New York City Center’s Sharon Counts (Director of Education and Community Engagement) and Sarah Kutnowsky (Education Manager) lead a workshop on applying for and landing jobs in arts administration:
- Learn best practices around resume writing, cover letters and interviewing
- Discover how to launch a job search and how best to market yourself
- Find out about New York City Center’s Apprenticeship Programs
Missed the workshop? Click here for video.
Learn about the business of the arts from a distinguished panel of professionals working in entertainment law, finance, and non-profit management in the arts.
Take a break and de-stress with Office of the Arts: Art materials provided for open sketching, painting, and DIY cards. Mini-tutorials in knitting, juggling, & calligraphy throughout the day.
Co-sponsored with the Hunter Mellon Arts Fellowship Program.
Marketing experts speak with Hunter students about career opportunities and strategy for marketing in the arts.
- Robin Cembalest, Editorial Strategist
- Reynaldi Lindner Lolong, Associate Director of Marketing and Membership at The Public Theater
- Allison Steinberg, Communications and Marketing Strategy Professor at Hunter College.
- Marcia Stepanek, Media Lecturer at Columbia University’s graduate Nonprofit Management Program & Chief Strategy Officer for Brand Stories
Moderated by Michelle Fizer Peterson, Hunter Mellon Arts Fellowship Program Coordinator
Photos by Zsófia Kozma
Listen to the full panel:
Select recipients of the 2017 OOA Summer Arts Internship Award & Internship Coordinators from NYC institutions share their experience and advice for landing an internship in the arts.
Interns and Internship Coordinators from:
Photos by Phuong Vo
Featuring internship coordinators from:
Featuring 2016 Summer Internship Award recipients:
- Isabel Fox, Storyville Entertainment
- James Kogan, Pi Recordings
- Sila Ulug, The Whitney Museum of American Art
- Sajda Waite, North American Cultural Laboratory