Asian-American Center Accepting Applications:Finalized AAC Student Awards 2020 Flyer
As part of the MoMA/CUNY Partnership, we are happy to announce that the application has been opened for the second iteration of our MoMA/CUNY Student Ambassadors Program! The attached flyer provides a summary of this program, which includes benefits such as networking opportunities and $1,000 stipend. This program is recommended for students interested in learning about the arts, arts education, and arts administration as a potential career.MoMA_CUNY Student Ambassadors Program Flyer
Interested students should submit a résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 20, 2020.
If you have any questions or would like any additional information, please feel free to contact us! We look forward to working with our future ambassadors!
MoMA/CUNY Partnership and Artist Workshops Assistant
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Utopia Parkway Journal is the Undergraduate Literary Journal of Queens College and is currently open for submissions of visual art for its 2020 edition. Utopia Parkway is also in need of a visual art piece for its front cover.
I’m reaching out to ask if you could send a mass email to notify art majors and minors of this opportunity to contribute to the QC literary and artistic community by submitting their artwork (and literary work!) to Utopia Parkway for consideration to be published.
Below is a link to our website, detailing submission guidelines:
Position: UX/UI Design & Research Intern
Who we are: NYC Department of IT & Telecommunications (DoITT)
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Term: Summer 2019
Start: Late May
About us: DoITT partners with over 100 government entities to help them obtain the right technology solutions to meet their business needs and delivery services to New Yorkers
• Contribute to DoITT’s project work on multiple platforms
• Work on the development of application, process and design standards
• Work with UX researchers to create and conduct user research for software products and features
• Discuss, present and share design ideas with project team and stakeholders
Your Experience and Skills:
• Graduate student in visual design, UX design, application or web design/development, or related field
• Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud applications or other visual design software (Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, OmniGraffle/Visio, Adobe XD)
• Interest in user research, information technology and/or government operations
• Knowledge of WordPress or other content management system software, PHP, or Angular a plus
• Strong visual design skills a plus
• Excellent communication skills
• You will work with DoITT’s user experience design team creating customer-centric websites, apps, and other products for NYC agencies
• You will have access to an intern curriculum featuring online learning, in-person workshops, info sessions, on-site tours and social events
• You will meet and work with a wide range of professionals and build your network
Your Schedule and Compensation:
• 10-12 week internship
• $20 per hour with paid holidays
• Submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com the title of this position as the subject line
• Application period closes on Feb 22nd
• Learn more about us on www.nyc.gov/doitt
The Knight News is currently looking for graphic designers to assist in the layout of the paper. The work will be done once a month, and graphic designers are needed on Tuesdays. Graphic designers will work with InDesign on provided computers. We are looking for students who can start by Tuesday, October 24th. It’s a fun work environment, the work is simple, food is always provided along with letters of recommendation (looks great on your resume!) Those interested should send a resume to the following emails: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Jadxia Carbajal, Christian Dantzler and Jessica Hong for having work selected to screen in the 2018 Rarebit Animation Festival at Queensborough Community College. Additionally, the jury awarded Jadxia Carbajal’s film Battery, about her personal experience with Type I Diabetes, the top honor and she took home the 2018 Rarebit Award.
Christian Dantzler’s film, Ruptured, was about learning to love while simultaneously navigating childhood society was created using Flash and Photoshop, as well as some traditional pencil on paper techniques. Both Christian and Jadxia’s films were two-semester projects in Professor Grella’s ARTS 370 Animated Documentary course.
Jessica Hong’s film Ghost Ice Cream is a humorous yarn about a ghost that is in love with ice cream. Hong, an upcoming senior, created her film in Professor Cowan’s Intro to Animation course. She is currently working on a film about irrational fears, to be finished in December.
This was the second year for the Rarebit Animation Festival which takes its name from Dream of the Rarebit Fiend, the innovative and often surreal comic strip by one-time Sheepshead Bay resident Winsor McCay (c.1867-1934). Perhaps best known for his popular strip Little Nemo in Slumberland, McCay was a pioneer in the art of animation–his cartoon Gertie the Dinosaur (1914) was one of the very first animated films ever created.
Design Students interested in attending this year’s two day 2018 TYPOGRAPHICS conference at Cooper Union on June 15th-16th have the opportunity to volunteer their time working at the conference in exchange for free attendance,
Find out more about the two-day event here. http://2018.typographics.com/
Interested in volunteering??? Send an email to email@example.com and put “Volunteering for Typographics” in the subject line so it is recognized. You should hear back.
Last year we launched a new Advanced Certificate in Critical Social Practice and now we have two great students approaching completion of the program this May. What we don’t have is a certificate to give these certificate grads. SPQ would like to offer a $300 award for a design that could be printed on a POD type basis that we could provide certificate candidates. Perhaps it would even have some 3D printed element or seal? Let us know if you think this is something your students might find intriguing and worthwhile, but also if you feel the fee is fair.
If you are interested please contact Professor Sholette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a NASA center in Pasadena, California https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/
At the studio we work on a wide variety of design projects from graphics for Mission Proposals to Sculptures + Interactive Displays featuring live mission data, etc. We help the scientists and engineers “visually think through their thinking”.
Here is a link to the studio to give you a better idea.
We are often looking at portfolios for freelancers and internships. The studio doesn’t currently hire interns but other departments often ask us for recommendations. It would be great to connect with any graphics / illustration /environmental or industrial design students that might be interested in internships. Or alumni /graduates that are interested in freelance opportunities.
There currently is a Systems Design Internship opportunity for Early Mission Formulation. This a hands-on opportunity, fast paced and geared towards design thinking, industrial / product design.
As for interest in the studio can email here: email@example.com
Any interested students should apply at the link below for either Summer or Year Round Internships.