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Office of the Arts Newsletter
A biweekly selection of visual and performing arts events and internships throughout NYC and at Hunter.
Feb. 2018 | Vol. 39
“Scathingly funny” KINGS at The Public Theater
Try your luck for free tickets for the first preview performance of KINGS, a new play about money, politics, and the state of the American republic by Sarah Burgess, directed by Thomas Kail.
First Preview: Tue. Jan 30, 7pm, performances through March 25
The Public Theatre – 425 Lafayette St.
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Reflecting Rhythms: From Taiko to Tap at The Asia Society
Enjoy a free live performance celebrating rhythm with Japan’s award-winning tap dancer Kazunori Kumagai and the innovative multi-instrumentalist and composer Kaoru Watanabe.
Fri. Feb 2, 7-8:15pm – Asia Society, 725 Park Ave
Register To Attend →
An Unexpected Way to Experience a Night at the Ballet
Public installations of more than 200,000 compostable, biodegradable balloons by Jihan Zencirli inside and outside at Lincoln Center. Zencirli “is most notable for her internationally regarded ephemeral sculptures located in public spaces.”
Free public hours: Feb 17-Feb 25 – Lincoln Center 20, Lincoln Center Plaza
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Wednesdays at One
Meet with luminaries from the theatre world including Broadway and film producers, actors, casting directors, critics, directors, and more. First up: Voza Rivers, producer and co-founder of Harlem Arts Alliance.
Jan 31, 1pm, Voza Rivers / Feb 14, 1pm, Cindy Tolan / Feb 21, 1pm, Orin Wolf / Mar 7, 1pm, Peter Marks / Full schedule TBA
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How to Stand Out: Applying for an Arts Administration Internship
A free professional development event for students to learn about and develop the skills necessary to obtain an internship in arts administration. Meet intern coordinators, discuss resumes, interviewing, and more.
Sat. Feb 10, 4-7:30pm – Manhattan Theatre Club, 311 W 43rd St, 8th floor
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Studio Institute’s Arts Intern Program
Arts Intern provides opportunities to undergraduate students to learn about nonprofit arts professions through paid summer internships in museums and cultural institutions.
Apply ASAP. Interns are placed at institutions throughout NYC and beyond.
Learn More & Apply →
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