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ALUMS

ROBERT REED MEMORIAL

Please join family, friends, students, and alumni at a celebration of the life and achievements of ROBERT JAMES REED, JR. July 9, 1938–December 26, 2014. Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 2 until 5 pm, Yale School of Art Gallery, 32 Edgewood Avenue, New Haven. We will reserve time for informal remarks and remembrances at approximately 2:45 pm. Refreshments will be served. Those planning to attend should RSVP by April 1 to: natalie.westbrook@yale.edu.

A Scholarship fund in honor of Robert Reed has been established. Memorial contributions in Robert Reed’s name may be made to and made payable to Yale University School of Art, and sent to Monica Robinson, Yale University Office of Development, Box 2038, New Haven, CT 06521-2038, with a notation for the Robert Reed Scholarship Fund.

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ROBERT REED

It is with great sadness that I must report the death of Robert Reed, who has been a member of the faculty of School of Art’s Department of Painting and Printmaking for almost fifty years and was the beloved mentor of generations of young talents that benefited from and valued his “tough love” style of teaching. For the past several years he fought cancer with exceptional courage and determination while continuing to dedicate himself wholeheartedly to his students. He leaves an enormous hole in the heart of the School and a legacy unrivaled in the number of years he taught or the number of young people he initiated into the complexities and satisfactions of artistic practice and thereafter inspired in the pursuit and appreciation of art.

After studying at Morgan College in Baltimore, where he received his B.S. in 1958, Reed attended Yale where he received his B.F.A. in 1960 and his M.F.A. in 1962. In 1969 he was appointed a Professor of Painting and Printmaking. After that he served several stints as Director of Undergraduate Studies at the School and was also Director of Graduate Studies in Painting. During the summer between his own undergraduate and graduate years Reed was a student at the Yale School of Art and Music in Norfolk where he eventually taught for several years and, from 1970 to 1974, was its Director before establishing his own summer program in Pont-Aven, France where Gauguin painted from nature at the outset of his career in the mid- to late 1880s.

Reed’s boldly articulated and richly hued geometric abstractions were widely exhibited and collected. Among the places they appeared in group shows were the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, the Biennial of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery. Reed had solo shows at the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Bayly Museum in Charlottesville, Virginia; the Washburn Gallery in New York; and the McIntosh Gallery in Atlanta. His work is included in the permanent collections of the Hirshhorn Museum, the Walker Art Center, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Bayly Museum.

In addition to a long affiliation with his alma mater Reed lectured extensively in this country and taught at Skidmore College and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, where he was head of the Foundation Studies Division in 1964. He is the author of several intensive studio programs. He has also been a fellow at Yaddo and a board member for the McDowell Colony and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts. In 1980 he was awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2000 he received the national award from the National Council of Art Administrators, and in 2001 he received an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. In 2004 Mr. Reed received the Distinguished Teaching of Art award from the College Art Association, and in 2009 he was elected to the National Academy Fellowship in New York. His work is represented by David Findlay Jr. Fine Art in New York.

​ ​Robert Reed will be sorely missed by colleagues, former students, and by his many friends in the Yale community as well as in the art world at large. In countless ways he made an indelible mark on the Yale School of Art and on those, passing through it, whose eyes and minds he opened and to whose hands he helped give purpose and confidence. Robert Storr, Dean It is with great sadness that I must report the death of Robert Reed, who has been a member of the faculty of School of Art’s Department of Painting and Printmaking for almost fifty years and was the beloved mentor of generations of young talents that benefited from and valued his “tough love”

style of teaching. For the past several years he fought cancer with exceptional courage and determination while continuing to dedicate himself wholeheartedly to his students. He leaves an enormous hole in the heart of the School and a legacy unrivaled in the number of years he taught or the number of young people he initiated into the complexities and satisfactions of artistic practice and thereafter inspired in the pursuit and appreciation of art.

After studying at Morgan State, a historically black college in Baltimore, where he received his B.S. in 1958, Reed attended Yale where he received his B.F.A. in 1960 and his M.F.A. in 1962. In 1969 he was appointed a Professor of Painting and Printmaking. After that he served several stints as Director of Undergraduate Studies at the School and was also Director of Graduate Studies in Painting. During the summer between his own undergraduate and graduate years Reed was a student at the Yale School of Art and Music in Norfolk where he eventually taught for several years and, from 1970 to 1974, was its Director before establishing his own summer program in Pont-Aven, France where Gauguin painted from nature at the outset of his career in the mid- to late 1880s.

Reed’s boldly articulated and richly hued geometric abstractions were widely exhibited and collected. Among the places they appeared in group shows were the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, the Biennial of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery. Reed had solo shows at the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Bayly Museum in Charlottesville, Virginia; the Washburn Gallery in New York; and the McIntosh Gallery in Atlanta. His work is included in the permanent collections of the Hirshhorn Museum, the Walker Art Center, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Bayly Museum.

In addition to a long affiliation with his alma mater Reed lectured extensively in this country and taught at Skidmore College and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, where he was head of the Foundation Studies Division in 1964. He is the author of several intensive studio programs. He has also been a fellow at Yaddo and a board member for the McDowell Colony and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts. In 1980 he was awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2000 he received the national award from the National Council of Art Administrators, and in 2001 he received an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. In 2004 Mr. Reed received the Distinguished Teaching of Art award from the College Art Association, and in 2009 he was elected to the National Academy Fellowship in New York. His work is represented by David Findlay Jr. Fine Art in New York.

​ ​Robert Reed will be sorely missed by colleagues, former students, and by his many friends in the Yale community as well as in the art world at large. In countless ways he made an indelible mark on the Yale School of Art and on those, passing through it, whose eyes and minds he opened and to whose hands he helped give purpose and confidence. Robert Storr, Dean

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JOB OPENING

The Yale School of Art Painting/Printmaking department seeks an artist to teach printmaking and drawing for a period of two years with the possibility of renewal. Applicants are required to have a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience in both areas at the University level. Undergraduate and graduate students alike actively engaged in using traditional printmaking methods as they are in creating hybrid forms of prints and multiples. The applicant should have expertise in digital media and be interested in development of cross-disciplinary curriculum. The School is committed to excellence in teaching at all levels. Undergraduate students are comprised of art majors, double majors and non-majors. There are 43 students in the painting/printmaking program. For consideration for this position the applicant must have a record of dynamic, creative professional accomplishment, and, have taught at the college level. The department offers a full complement of analog printmaking techniques (etching, relief, silkscreen, lithography). Teaching responsibilities include 2 undergraduate courses each term (one printmaking, one basic drawing), curriculum planning, service on committees, and full participation in individual critiques group critiques, end of term reviews and thesis panels in the Master of Fine Arts program. The Lecturer will assume primary responsibility for the administration and management of a very active print studio. The candidate will be expected to continue their creative and professional activities while teaching in a demanding academic environment within the School of Art and University. Send a one-page letter of interest, current CV, link to web images or website, sample syllabi for 1 printmaking course and 1 drawing course, names and contact information of 3 recommenders. Applications received by February 1, would be greatly appreciated. Deadline for all submissions: March 1, 2015.

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LILLSTREET ART CENTER

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE program: All applications must be submitted by May 1, 2015 http://lillstreet.com/artist-in-residence-application.

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TRANSCRIPTS

We need your request for transcripts and/or references in writing (not email) with the fee of $2 per domestic address or $5 per international address payable to Yale University. Requests are filled on a daily basis. Official copies may only be sent to a third party address. If you need a student copy, the same fees apply. Please mail your request to: Office of Academic Affairs, Yale University School of Art, 1156 Chapel Street, POB 208339, New Haven, CT 06520-8339

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES LISTED BELOW - SCROLL DOWN
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ALUMNI/AE

PAINTING/PRINTMAKING

2014
Jordan Casteel http://jordanmcasteel.tumblr.com/
2013
Tom Chung http://nightcoyot.tumblr.com/
Jesse Edelman http://www.jessieedelman.com/
Kati Gegenheimer http://katigegenheimer.com/
Mark Thomas Gibson http://markthomasgibson.com/
Kristin Richards http://kristinrichards.com/
2012
Beverly Acha http://www.beverlyacha.com/
Evan Nesbit http://evannesbit.tumblr.com/
Tameka Norris http://tamekanorrisart.com/
Kenny Rivero http://kennyrivero.com/
2011
Njideka Akunyili njidekaakunyili.com
Caroline Chandler carolinewellschandler.com
Abigail DeVille http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup/films/abigail-devilles-flair-for-the-dramatic/
Christian Flynn www.christianflynn.com/
Manuela Gonzalez www.manuela-gonzalez.com/
Clynton Lowry http://www.clyntonlowry.com/
Iliana Ortega http://www.ilianaortega.com/
Brendan Smith www.brendan-smith.com
Rachel Schmidhofer rachelschmidhofer.com
2010
Natalie Westbrook www.nataliewestbrook.com
Allison Freeman www.allisonfreeman.info
Naomi Safran-Hon www.naomisafranhon.com
Jessica Tam www.jessicajtam.com
Anahita Vossoughi www.anahitavossoughi.com
2009
Catherine Lan www.catherinelanart.com
Mary Reid Kelley www.maryreidkelley.com
Leslie Smith www.lesliesmith3.com
Kate Mangold http://kate-mangold.com
2008
Sascha Braunig www.saschabraunig.com
Matthew Capezzuto www.matthewcapezzuto.com
Jorge Orozco Gonzalez www.jorgeorozcogonzalez.com
Hilary Irons hilaryirons.com
Andy Lane www.andylane.info
Evan Levine evanlevineart.com
Beth Livensperger www.bethlivensperger.com
Jason Mones www.jasonmones.com
2007
Amanda Burnham www.amandaburnham.com
www.thestampgallery.com
Raishad Glover http://cmyk4.net/
Lucy Kim http://lucykim.com
Cat Balco http://catbalco.com
Leeza Meksin www.meksin.com
Robert Snead BOB SNEAD DOT COM
Marcus Zilliox www.www.jaurique-zilliox.com
2006
James Gillispie www.jamesgillispie.com
Ella Kruglyanskaya www.ellakru.com
Eva Struble www.evastruble.com
2005
Christian Curiel www.christiancuriel.com
Ethan Greenbaum www.ethangreenbaum.com
Woody Shepherd www.woodyshepherd.com
Karla Wozniak www.karlawozniak.com
2004
Lisha Bai http://culturehall.com/artwork.html?page=12627
Steve Budington www.stevebudington.com
Ted Mineo www.tedmineo.com
Annie Simpson http://anniesimpson.com
Justin McAllister www.justinmcallister.com
2003
Lynn Palewicz www.lynnpalewicz.com
Jenny Herrick www.jennyherrick.com
Bryon Finn www.bryonfinn.com
2002
Cara Erskine www.caraerskine.com
Mickalene Thomas http://www.mickalenethomas.com/
2001
Vera Iliatova Pulse Contemporary Art Fair
Sean McCarthy www.schemingbehemoth.com
Sigrid Sandstrom www.sigridsandstom.com
2000
Matthew Arnold www.rhizomestudios.com
Leo Bersamina www.leobersamina.com
Jason Robert Bell http://tetragrammatron.com
1996
Marie Watt www.mkwatt.com
Daniel Dove www.danieldove.com
1994
Patrick Neal www.patrickneal-art.com
http://www.skowheganart.org/index.php?page=art-registry&art_work_selected=2956.org/
1993
John Bailly http://davidcastillogallery.com/exhibitions/
www.johnbailly.com
Denis Farrell denisfarrell.com
Martha Lewis http://www.marthalewis.com/
1991
Maria Ogedengbe (Creyts) http://www.mariaurora.net
1988
Andrew Raftery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roZcbDca5nc
1987
Janice Nowinski www.janicenowinski.com
Kyle Staver kyle.staver.home.att.net
1981
Annette Cyr http://www.annettecyr.com/
1979
Dena Schutzer www.denaschutzer.com
www.bowerygallery.org
1978
Martin Boyle www.martinboyle.blogspot.com
1973
Joyce Owens www.joyceowens.com
1970
Glen River www.glenriver.com/yale
1959
Elliot Offner www.elliottoffner.com/
1951
Robert T. Gerbracht www.bobgerbracht.com/
1944
Naomi Kark Schedl www.naomikarkschedl.com
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PHOTOGRAPHY

2013
Tommy Kha www.tommykha.com
JUSTIN SCHMITZ www.justinschmitz.com
2012
Peter Baker www.peterbaker.org/
Felix R. Cid www.felixrcid.com/
Sarah Muehlbauer www.sarahmuehlbauer.com/
Maayan Strauss www.maayanstrauss.com/
Richard Choi www.richardchoi.com/
2011
Manal Abu-Shaheen www.manalabushaheen.com/
Gideon Barnett www.gideonbarnett.com/
Matthew Booth www.boothmatthew.com/
Matthew Grubb www.grubbphotography.com/
Heyward Hart www.heywardhart.com/
Victoria Hely-Hutchinson www.vhely-hutchinson.com/
Soi Park www.soipark.com/
Yorgos Prinos www.yorgosprinos.com/
Terttu Uibopuu www.terttuphoto.com/
2010
Kate Greene www.kategreenephotography.com/
Tatiana Grigorenko www.tatianagrigorenko.com
Rory Mulligan www.rorymulligan.com
Monika Sziladi www.msziladi.com
2009
George Awde www.georgeawde.com
Dru Donovan www.drudonovan.com
Justin Thomas Leonard www.justinthomasleonard.com
David La Spina www.davidlaspina.com/
Catharine Maloney www.catharinemaloney.com
Caitlin Teal Price www.caitlintealprice.com
Colin Patrick Smith www.cpsmith.com
Elaine Stocki www.art.yale.edu/ElaineStocki
Ka-Man Tse www.tsewhat.com/
2007
Kathryn Parker Almanas www.kathrynparkeralmanas.com
Michele Abeles www.micheleabelesphotography.com
2003
Meredith Miller www.meredithmillerphoto.com
2001
Benjamin Parker Donaldson www.benjamindonaldson.com
Joseph Maida www.josephmaida.net
Tim Davis www.davistim.com
2000
Lisa Kereszi www.lisakereszi.com
Katie Murray http://www.katiemurray.com
1994
Carolyn Monastra www.CarolynMonastra.com
1989
Steve Giovinco www.stevegiovinco.com
1981
Lois Conner www.loisconner.net
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SCULPTURE

2014
Mark Starling http://markstarling.com/
2013
Deirdre Sargent http://deirdresargent.net/
2012
Kevin Beasley www.kevinbeasley.net
Florencia Escudero www.florenciaescudero.com
Sonia Lee Finley www.soniafinley.com
Thomas Hutton http://thomashutton.net/
Carlos Vela-Prado www.carlosvelaprado.com
2011
stephen garrett dewyer stephen garrett dewyer
Joe Graham-Felsen JoeGF.com
Myeongsoo Kim Myeongsoo Kim
Nancy Lupo http://www.nancylupo.com/
Catherine Telford-Keogh Catherine Telford-Keogh
2010
Tamar Ettun http://www.tamarettun.com/
2009
Boris Chesakov www.tr-a-sh.net
Lourdes Correa-Carlo www.lourdescorrea.com
Meredith James www.meredith-james.com
Laura L. Marsh www.lauramarsh.webs.com
Jacques Louis Vidal www.marcjancou.com/artists/jacques-louis-vidal
Ryan Wolfe www.ryanwolfe.org
2008
Janine Polak www.janinepolak.com
2007
Amy Yao www.amysyao.info
Derek Larson www.dereklarson.net
2005
Josephine Durkin http://www.josephinedurkin.com/
2004
Brian Wondergem www.brianwondergem.com
2000
Taisha Hutchison www.taishahutchison.com
1998
Timothy Hutchings http://timothyhutchings.com/TH/Timothy_Hutchings.html
1995
Heather Marie Vernon www.heathermarievernon.com
1992
Doug Bosch http://web.mac.com/dougbosch/iWeb/DOUG%20BOSCH/HOME.html
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GRAPHIC DESIGN

2014
Houman Momtazian
Gina Moreno-Valle
Martha Kang McGill
Lacey Watermanl
Sean Yendrys
João Doria
2013
Eric Hu
Ghazaal Vojdani
Stefan Thorsteinsson
Cecilie Nellemann
2012
earstone.com (Jaewon Seok)
hxx.kr (Heesun Seo)
weiyi.li (Weiyi Li)
2011
www.zakjensen.com (Zak Jensen)
jieunrim.com (Ji-Eun Rim)
brianwatterson.com (Brian Watterson)
keribronk.com (Keri Bronk)
sallythurer.com (Sally Thurer)
laurenfrancescone.com (Lauren Francescone)
astasiototal.com (Juan Astasio)
2010
www.welikehim.com (Ely Kim)
www.danielkoppich.com (Daniel Koppich)
www.workbyday.net (Caspar Lam)
2009
yejuchoi.com (Yeju Choi)
www.tarakelton.com (Tara Kelton)
neildonnelly.net (Neil Donnelly)
www.hyjoe.net (Hyoun Youl Joe)
www.jensenbarnes.com (Jensen Barnes)
jamesmuspratt.com (James Muspratt)
eroonkang.com (E Roon Kang)
2008
lanlan.org (Lanlan Liu)
www.appliedaesthetics.org (Julian Bittiner)
tommanning.info and robotsandmonkeys.com (Tom Manning)
kenmeier.info (Ken Meier)
orderdisorder.com (David Yun)
therewhere.com (Jin Jung)
nicholasrock.com (Nick Rock)
tomasc.net (Tomas Celizna)
Fan Wu.org (Wu Fan)
2007
www.blackrubberband.com (Brad Blondes)
www.meosafari.com (Eric Adolfsen)
www.wehavephotoshop.com (Sebastian Campos, Mike Gallagher, Rebecca Gimenez, Andrew Shurtz)
www.feric.com (Eric Feng)
www.rebecky.com (Rebecca Gimenez)
www.jiminie.org (Jiminie Ha)
www.samanthahaedrich.com (Samantha Haedrich)
www.katehowemakesthings.com (Kate Howe)
www.realnotreal.org (Carter Millican)
www.oneart.com (Eric Nevin)
2006
www.robotodie.net (Jayme Yen)
www.mark-unger.com (Mark Unger)
www.everythingstudio.com (Thomas Griffiths)
www.alizadzik.com (Aliza Dzik)
2005
www.yooys.com (Yoon Seok Yoo)
www.willywong.com (Willy Wong)
www.l2m3.com (Dirk Wachowiak)
www.agencycollective.com (Lisa Prescott, Mike Jakab)
www.emilylessard.com (Emily Lessard)
www.convealer.com (Elena Grossman)
www.danielleaubert.com (Danielle Aubert)
www.manuelmiranda.info (Manuel Miranda)
www.julieteninbaum.com (Julie Teninbaum)
2003
www.jeanservaas.com (Jean Servaas)
www.gluekit.com and www.partofit.org (Christopher Sleboda)
www.andrewsloat.com (Andrew Sloat)
www.xxdesign.com (Corinne Vizzacchero)
2002
www.linkedbyair.net (Dan Michaelson and Tamara Maletic)
www.rebeccaross.net (Rebecca Ross)
1975
www.lwofsondesign.com (Lawrence Wolfson)
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UNDERGRADUATE

2010
Mindy Lu (sculpture) www.mindylu.com
Justin Woo (graphic design) www.jwoo.info
2009
Danielle McDonnough (photography) www.daniellemcdonnough.com
2008
Ali Van (painting/printmaking) www.alexandravan.com
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JAIME SUNWOO (YC 14)

is currently directing and producing an audio play and theatrical sound installation called EARSHOT. Yale Art Major 2014ers Becky Aston (web designer) and Zach Bell (writer) are also involved.

We’ve just released our Kickstarter campaign. You can check out the project, see behind the scenes footage, and listen to some clips from the show on our video.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/freereinprojects/earshot-an-audio-play-and-theatrical-sound-install

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LIBRARY PRIVILEGES

Alumni and others may use the Library’s electronic resources in the Library’s on-campus locations, but due to contractual limitations, do not have remote access. One exception is JSTOR, a digital archive of more than 1,000 academic journals. Yale alumni can register for access to JSTOR by going to http://www.aya.yale.edu/content/jstor-access. Of course, alumni and others have access to the stacks and may borrow materials from the Library; in some cases small fees are charged for these services. Full details are available at http://www.library.yale.edu/circ/index.html.

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YALE INSIGNIA

Students and Alumni interested in purchasing Yale insignia merchandise can do so at either of the following sites:

http://www.yalebulldogblue.com/gradart.html

http://www.insigniagoods.yale.edu

Skull & Cutlass bumper stickers

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BENJAMIN DONALDSON: The Light Factory is pleased to announce Photogenic Nature, a three person show, bringing together the work of Benjamin Donaldson, Todd Forsgern and Michael Vahrenwald. Each photographer makes work that in varying degrees addresses humanity’s complex relationship with the natural world. The show runs from February 20th to April 11th with an opening reception Friday February 20th at 7:00 pm. THE LIGHT FACTORY 1817 Central Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28205. (704) 333-9755, info@lightfactory.org
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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VERA ILIATOVA: For Now, At Once, March 1 – April 12, 2015, Opening reception: Sunday, March 1, 6 – 8 PM. Monya Rowe Gallery, 34 Orchard Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10002, 212 255 5065
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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LESLIE SMITH III: Living in the Flat Land, January 24th to March 13th, 2015, reception: Saturday February 28, 2015. Ponce+Robles, c/ Alameda, 5, 28014 Madrid, Spain. tlf: +34 914 203 889
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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ODETTA presents Pay to Play recent works by: Joe Amrhein, RICO GATSON, William Powhida, Rita Valley January 16- March 8, 2015 Reception: Friday January 16, 6pm – 8pm. 229 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206. Gallery hours: Fri‐Sun 1‐6 pm and by appointment.
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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KENNY RIVERO: I CAN LOVE YOU BETTER, Opening- Friday, December 12, 2014 , 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. From December 12, 2014-February 28, 2015. SHIN GALLERY, 322 Grand Street, New York City
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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The Moving Company – performance art company created by TAMAR ETTUN – is looking for movers and shakers! We meet once a week to develop movement material together and rehearse towards performances. No dance experience is needed, though looking for people who love to move and face physical challenges. The work revolves around stillness. The company is hosted by Triangle Art Association in Dumbo Brooklyn. Please contact: themovingthecompany@gmail.com More info: www.tamarettun.com
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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SHOSHANNA WEINBERGER: New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ. America Through Artists’ Eyes | Group show. October 27, 2014 through April 5, 2015.
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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CATHERINE LAN: Newer works before they will be exhibited in Beijing next year. Opening- Monday, September 15 at 6:00pm – 8:00pm. The Center for Arts Education, 266 West 37th Street, 9th Floor, New York, New York, 10018
Announcement by: Patricia DeChiara
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Small biz info videos for photographers: http://www.youtube.com/user/niftyknowledgerocks?feature=watch
Announcement by: Lisa Kereszi
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MASS MOCA OPPORTUNITY

Calling all Massachusetts artist-entrepreneurs!

MASS MoCA’s Assets for Artists project is now accepting applications for its 2014 cycle. Apply now and join a group of artists who have been growing their businesses with the help of A4A since 2008. Selected artists will have the opportunity to receive working capital funds, free professional development workshops, and one-on-one business & financial counseling. To qualify, you must be a creative entrepreneur in any discipline, live or do your creative work in Massachusetts, and meet certain financial eligibility guidelines.

Interested? Find more information and download the application at the Assets for Artists’ website! Questions? Write the A4A team at assetsforartists@massmoca.org

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DIRECTOR OF RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Creative Arts Team (CAT) is looking for a Director of Resource Development (“DRD”) to provide leadership, strategic direction, priority setting, oversight, management and hands-on coordination for the CAT Resource Development team. To Apply: Applications for this position MUST be submitted via the Research Foundation of CUNY website at www.rfcuny.org Click on About RF and go to Careers, then select Managerial and Professional.

The CUNY Creative Arts Team has retained the services of Harris Rand Lusk to conduct this search. Inquiries and nominations may be directed in confidence to:

Jack Lusk, Managing Partner or Debbie Farrell, Director, Leadership & Development Harris Rand Lusk New York, NY 10016 CATDev@harrisrand.com

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FINE ARTS FOUNDATION DESIGNTENURE TRACK

SANTA MONICA COLLEGE is currently recruiting for the following positions:

FULL-TIME/TENURE TRACK:

FINE ARTS FOUNDATION DESIGN INSTRUCTOR • Salary: $48,221 – $117,632 • Deadline: November 14, 2014 Please go to this link below to review the detailed job bulletin.

https://jobs.smc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=137543

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CT BASED FREELANCE GRAPHIC DESIGNER WANTED

Seeking a CTbased Freelance Graphic Designer We are a Fortune 500 FMCG company, looking to add a graphic designer to our growing CT location. You should be flexible/versatile, detail‐oriented, and a selfstarter. You need to be able to take constructive criticism and possess the ability to juggle assignments and manage your time. You don’t need to know EVERYTHING but we are looking for a fast learner. The essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Qualifications/Skills: • 1‐5 years graphic design experience (Branding, Packaging, In‐house design department) • Photography & image editing skills • Must be an expert in at least Adobe CS5 programs including but not limited to: Photoshop, Illustrator, inDesign and Acrobat • Experience with branding, logo, package design • Experience with wide format color printing and presentation design • Ability to communicate with internal stakeholders and global project teams • Copywriting promotional and/or advertising experience is a plus. • Proficient in MS Office software (e.g. Excel, Word, Power Point, Project) HARD SKILLS: • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite CS5 and Adobe Acrobat • Microsoft ‐ PowerPoint, Word, & Excel • Understanding of prepress procedures • Create packaging design concepts that support current brand strategy • Keep current with emerging digital trends and share innovations with team SOFT SKILLS: • Highly creative, motivated team player with excellent, versatile problem solving skills • Able to convert stressful situations into positive experiences • Flexible/Adaptable ‐ able to quickly shift priorities and multi‐task • Strong attention to detail, highly organized • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Ability to assist in writing clear, concise design briefs and team communication documents • Bring passion and enthusiasm to your work If you are interested, please email your resume and a cover letter to: conceptsanddesign1@gmail.com

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ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

Drew University was granted a Mellon Award to host an Artist-in-Residence. Please consider applying or forward this to others who might be interested. The grant requires an artist whose concerns or practice stretches into another area of liberal arts studies (sociology, gender studies, environmental science, you get the idea.) The salary for the semester or academic year is substantial.

Drew University is seeking a visual artist with interdisciplinary interests and skills working in any medium to collaborate with faculty and students in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities during the 2014-15 academic year. This temporary position is part of an Andrew W. Mellon funded initiative to explore “the arts and the common good” (for example, the arts and public discourse, the arts and difference, the arts and sustainability) across the liberal arts curriculum. The Artist-in-Residence will team teach with Drew non-arts faculty members, organize campus events (lectures, symposia, or exhibitions), present public lectures, offer guest lectures in Drew courses, and develop and present new work (funded by the grant) in collaboration with Drew students and faculty. Qualified candidates will have an MFA or equivalent degree, demonstrated expertise in interdisciplinary artistic practice and teaching, an established exhibition record, and experience with curating and participating in arts programming. Candidates can apply for either a one (Fall 2014 or Spring 2015) or two semester (2014-15 academic year) appointment. The grant may provide housing support. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience.

Here is a link to the full description and application instructions:

https://www.nyfa.org/Classifieds/Job/b1d61a09-f813-41fb-90e2-3eac3c69cf7f

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URGENT JOB VACANCY- DESIGNER

Digital Media for Designers class for this coming Spring semester at SUNY Purchase. It’s a sophomore level 2 credit, 3 hour class that introduces graphic design students to the tools and methodologies of Motion Graphics (After Effects), and the basics of web and interaction design. Good sense of typography is important. Contact: warren.lehrer@purchase.edu

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JOB OPENING

Job Summary and MIssion This job contributes to Starbucks success by leading design development on our Emerging Brands team. Our team supports Seattle’s Best Coffee, Evolution Fresh, Tazo and Teavana. Responsible for executing the entire design process on assigned projects, within agreed upon schedules and budgets. Models and acts in accordance with Starbucks guiding principles. Summary of Key Responsibilities Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following: Summary of Experience Design experience with a design firm or advertising agency (8+ years) High-end brand design development through the retail channel (5 years) Supervision (3 years) Packaging experience Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Creative problem-solving, strategic thinking skills Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines within a short time frame Ability to work as a team leader Ability to articulate concepts (visually and verbally) Excellent typography skills Keeps current with design and packaging trends Knowledge of digital prepress and print production processes Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Possible relocation for the right candidate. Please send email and online portfolio link to: alam@starbucks.com Amy Lam, MFA ‘92, Design Manager, Emerging Brands, Starbucks Global Creative • Maintain highest level of innovative design execution. • Accountable for leading and/or supporting the conceptual, strategic and design development of multiple small and large scale projects. • Initiates and obtains creative feedback from Managers at appropriate junctures. Keeps design lead(s) and business manager(s) informed of project status. Collaborates with content team, prepress.partners, procurement team to execute design projects. Mentors and provides direction to designers and writers on each project. • Develops and adheres to a design strategy (including budgets and timelines) based on the project brief, creative criteria, and expected production values; review creative concepts against strategy. • Articulately represents creative work to leadership supporting design strategy. • Selects and art directs photographers and outside services. Senior Graphic Designer Location: Seattle, Washington

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JOB OPENING

Job description:

The newly established Yale-NUS College (www.yale-nus.edu.sg) in Singapore, a collaboration between the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Yale University, seeks to hire a Director of Arts Programs. The faculty member will supervise curricular and extra-curricular activities in studio arts, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and multi-media arts. The successful candidate will teach courses in his or her field of expertise and will co-ordinate offerings by visiting artists and an artist-in-residence program. Candidates should hold PhD or MFA. Depending on qualifications, the candidate may be eligible for a tenure-track appointment in the Division of the Humanities. Yale-NUS is building excellent facilities for the teaching of studio art.

Yale-NUS College seeks outstanding teacher-scholars, who are committed to innovative pedagogy and curriculum development, who are active researchers, and who enjoy closely mentoring students. Regardless of their field of specialization, candidates should be enthusiastic about contributing to an interdisciplinary common curriculum in the liberal arts.

Salary, benefits, and leave policies will be competitive at an international level. The College expects further rounds of hiring over the next few years as the student body increases. Yale-NUS College is committed to supporting faculty research through generous startup grants, annual research and travel budgets, and sabbatical leave.

For all general inquiries, please contact yale-nus.college@yale.edu. Review of applications will begin January 6, 2014, and continue until the position is filled.

The College values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. For additional information about Yale-NUS College and the faculty hiring process, including submission guidelines, and to apply, we invite you to our web site at: http://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/prospective-faculty

Robert S. Nelson Robert Lehman Professor Department of the History of Art Yale University P.O. Box 208272 New Haven, CT 06520-8272 fax 203 432 7462

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BEINECKE DIGITAL LIBRARIAN JOB POSTING

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=590373&partnerid=25053&siteid=5248&codes=IINDEED

Department: Beinecke Lib Tech Srvcs University Job Title: Librarian, Digital Posting Position Title: Head, Beinecke Library Digital Services Unit (Librarian 2-4)

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