All applications must be submitted by 5:00PM EST on Friday, April 4, 2014.
The selected candidate will work with the Records and Archives Management team to support the implementation of a new digital asset management system. Projects potentially include digitizing records (photos and over-sized drawings), meta-data creation and supplementation, migrating digital files and uploading files and meta-data to the system. Other responsibilities may include assisting with group processing projects, creating social media items based on historical photos, and conducting research for user requests.
The selected candidate will work with the Records and Archives Management team to inventory archival collections (drawings, photography, publications, and/or textural records) relating to the planning and construction of the New York City water supply. Many of these collections have been partially inventoried and are a high priority for research. Other responsibilities may include digitizing/copying collections, assisting with projects to support digital collections, creating social media items based on historical photos, and conducting research for user requests.
Professor Ryan Hartley Smith and his Color & Design 2 students are throwing an event from 6–8:30pm on Thursday, April 3rd at the Godwin-Ternbach Museum, located at 405 Klapper Hall. It’s free and open to the public.
It’s a Mass Meeting to connect the legacies of Freedom Summer to ongoing liberation movements.
See live performances of freedom songs, spoken word, & animated projections of material from the college’s Civil Rights Archive.
There will be a number of graphic design related internships available through CUNY Service Corps. Selected students will need to commit 12 hours a week for the Fall and Spring semesters. Academic credit is available and students will be paid $12 an hour.
Come to an information session
Monday, March 23, 12:10-1pm Klapper Hall 107
Wednesday, March 25 12:10-1pm Klapper Hall 107
or apply directly to CUNY Service Corps by March 31.
To be eligible for the CUNY Service Corps, you must:
- Be working toward a degree at one of the participating CUNY colleges
- Be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credits) in spring 2014 and plan to enroll full-time during the 2014-2015 academic year
- Have a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.5 or a fall 2013 Grade Point Average of at least 2.75
- Have earned at least 24 college credits by the end of summer 2014
- Have addressed any remedial education needs prior to beginning fall 2014 classes
- Have the proper work authorization required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
Queens College CUNY Art Department
Monday, March 31st from 3:00 to 5:00, Klapper Hall room 404
This video was created by Queens College graduate (BS Graphic Design, 2014) Jessica Cullen for the Communications Department of Queens College. Congratulations Jessica!
Storefront for Art and Architecture seeks a Design Fellow to participate in a six-month graphic design fellowship at an organization dedicated to advancing innovative positions in art, architecture and design.
The 2013-2014 Design Fellow will work 2-3 days per week for a duration of 6 months on design projects that include bolstering the organization’s graphic and web identity in line with the organization’s mission and with the direction of Storefront’s Chief Curator. This will range from print and electronic materials produced for the organization’s exhibitions, events, and competitions throughout the year.Under the guidance of the Communications and Curatorial teams and the organization’s Executive Director, Storefront’s Design Fellow will design Storefront’s historic Newsprints; publications/catalogues; print invitations; email templates, and web identity graphics; among other projects. The ideal candidate will have experience using HTML.
Fellow must be available to work at least two full work days/week.
Non-U.S. citizens must possess a valid work visa for the entire fellowship period.
Applicants must possess an undergraduate or graduate degree in graphic design field or equivalent.
Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator software.
Knowledge of motion graphic applications and digital video editing.
Passion for and knowledge of issues related to contemporary design and architecture.
Successful applicants must have proficient communication and organizational skills and be able to meet tight deadlines.
Rigor and enthusiasm is strictly required.
Proficiency in HTML language and code.
Background in architecture or art history.
Familiarity with Storefront’s history and mission.
How to Apply
All applicants should send a single PDF with Cover letter (1page), Resume (max. 2 pages), and at least three work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.