Congrats to all our 2018 art program graduates! Here are some pictures from today’s festivities and awards ceremony.
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Attention students! Interested in learning about Gallery Management? The Art Department has just arranged a new internship at the Plaxall Gallery in LIC, where students can learn many aspects of the day to day work that goes into running a gallery space. Under the supervision of Gallery Director Norma Homberg, the intern will wear many hats and learn the inner-workings of the art market which promotes academic, career and/or personal development. This internship is for school credit and includes a small meal stipend. If taken for credit, intern must be registered for either ARTS 393 or ARTH 3203 under a faculty advisor.
Internship regular responsibilities include the following:
• A daily sweep of the gallery will be performed: Check on stability of all art installations
• Learn how to use Mail Chimp for marketing
• Type in all email addresses and “Artist of Interest ” in the appropriate Field in File Maker Pro’s database or other excel sheet section.
• Conduct a weekly research of all local galleries in LIC to become familiar with their roster of artists and their varying genres of art, which will be applicable to the intern’s Field of study.
Intern will learn the following skills:
• Intern will learn how to install and dismantle exhibits.
• Intern will learn (from beginning to end) how to compose a visual/graphic email announcement for the gallery
• Intern will write a rough draft of a Press Release. Intern will implement the edits accordingly, insert visuals, and upload the completed document onto Mail Chimp.
• Intern will learn how correspond to client email / client verbal inquiries.
• Intern will learn how to maintain client database
• Intern will research all platforms of social media.
• Intern will learn how to update the gallery’s website and learn how to make simple pages with text and images in Wix. Facebook page, Twitter account, and Instagram account according to marketing timeline materials provided by the Gallery Directors.
• Intern will learn how to digitally archive and maintain all artists work; Intern will photograph, upload images to gallery computer, digitally re-work and save them in appropriate folders
If this sounds like an opportunity you’d like to pursue, contact the Plaxall Gallery director for further inquiries:
LiC-A / The Plaxall Gallery
5-25 46th Ave, LIC NY 11101
Queens College will be offering a special photography course for Summer Session 2 (July 2 – July 26) with professor Gina Minielli. The course fulfills the credits for Digital Imagemaking I, II, or III, and it will meet each weekday for 4 weeks. With an emphasis on exploring the surrounding neighborhood of Flushing, students can discover the art-making possibilities hidden in their own backyard!
Visit the Summer Session webpage to learn more about summer courses and to apply.
Attention all student artists! Looking for an exhibition opportunity? See the information below to submit your work for a summer group show at the 14th Street Y.
This summer the 14th Street Y will fill our gallery walls with art from our vibrant downtown community! If you’re a visual or multimedia artist, we welcome you to submit a piece for possible inclusion in this exciting show, inspired by the following theemes.
Do the following phrases inspire your creativity?
– Everyone is Welcome Here
– We are Community
– What Downtown NYC means to me
To see more details and apply, visit the 14th Street Y artist submission page.
*Please note that the deadline has been extended to May 28th!*
Attention all student artists! Looking for an exhibition opportunity? The Queens College Irish Studies Program will be hosting a joint exhibition from June 30th- September 7th with the Queens College Art Center. Duchas: The Drive Within is a celebration of Irish, Irish-American and Irish-inspired art and artists. All interested artists in the NYC metropolitan area are invited to submit works in any medium for consideration. Queens College students are encouraged to participate.
Interested participants can submit digital images of one or two works by email to the Irish Studies Art Coordinator.
Please include the following information in the email: name, address, phone number, a brief statement of interest, a short biography, and a description of each work including dimensions and material. Only email inquiries and submissions will be accepted. All submissions must be received by 5pm on 5/15/18.
For additional details, visit the QC Art Center website.
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