Museum College Career Workshop
Explore nontraditional arts careers
Friday, April 3, 2020
4:00 PM–6:00 PM Cancelled
Have you ever thought about the person who oversees exhibition design at a museum? Or wondered how to become a translator for public lectures? What about the person who runs the Rubin College Committee?
The Rubin College Committee invites interested college-age students to join us for an evening exploring nontraditional careers in the arts. Take part in intimate roundtable discussions with professionals working behind the scenes in museums, arts nonprofits, and educational spaces and discover a dream job you didn’t know existed! Come prepared with your most oddly specific questions, an open mind, and a notebook. Space is limited to keep the conversation cozy.
Free and open to all college-age young people.
After the event enjoy free admission to the galleries and the Rubin’s K2 Friday Night.
For more information about student opportunities at the Rubin Museum and notification for the Museum College Career Workshop registration, please subscribe to our monthly Universities Email. You can also learn more at the links below:
Blog Post: “How to Score a Museum Job”
Graphics created by BMCC student Minyoung Kim
This program has been cancelled. Please contact with Box Office at 212-620-5000 ext. 344 with questions.
This event takes place in the Art Lounge on the theater level of the Rubin Museum of Art.
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