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THRIVE: Making a Career in the Arts

Monday, April 19; 4:30-6:00 p.m. – Virtual Event

Bringing college students and businesses together.

Free & Open to the public but please RSVP – Click the appropriate box below to RSVP

 

Are you a college student studying art?

Would you like to know what your prospects are once you graduate?
Would you like to be better prepared for the workforce?

Now more than ever college students need to be equipped with the best information on how to be the most qualified candidate for an arts position. Those with experience in the fields you’re studying can help guide your choices and inform your decisions.

Businesses such as Orange County Arts Council, Opus 40, Shadowland Stages, Phoenicia Festival of the Voice Foundation, Albany Center Gallery, Woodstock Film Festival, New York Stage and Film, Woodstock Art Association & Museum, OPositive Festival, DIA, R & F Paint, Art Therapist Allison Miskulin, and more are on the panel!

THRIVE: Making a Career in the Arts panel discussion is on Monday, April 19th from 4:30 – 6 pm.

This FREE event is brought to you by Arts Mid-Hudson in partnership with The Mid-Hudson Career Consortium.

Questions? Contact Sylvia, Arts Education Coordinator, [email protected] 

Click Here to RSVP

Does your organization hire artists?

We’re inviting organizations that hire in the fields of Graphic Design, Arts Administration, Fashion, Digital Arts, Film and Media, Marketing and Communications, Music Performance and Business, Writing and Literature, Photography, Architecture, Theatre, and Art Therapy to join our panel discussion on Monday, April 19. We are inviting you to share your knowledge in these fields with college students so they can better prepare for the workforce.

Now more than ever college students need to be equipped with the best information on how to be the most qualified candidate for an arts position. Your help will guide their class choices, their internship selections, and their portfolio. Art students from the following colleges will be attending: Bard, Vassar, Marist, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Ulster, SUNY Orange, and St. Thomas Aquinas College.

THRIVE: Making a Career in the Arts’ panel discussion is on Monday, April 19th from 4:30 – 6pm.

This event is FREE to college students and being offered by Arts Mid-Hudson in partnership with The Mid-Hudson Career Consortium.

Questions? Contact Sylvia, Arts Education Coordinator – [email protected]

If you are interested in participating, Click Here

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