Posted in December, 2016

Student Opportunities

The Frick Collection Summer Internships

The Frick Collection is now accepting applications for the following Summer 2017 internships:

Undergraduate Ayesha Bulchandani Internship- Education Department | Summer 2017 (Stipend)
Application deadline: January 30, 2017

Undergraduate Photoarchive Internship | Summer 2017 (Unpaid)
Application Deadline: February 10, 2017

Undergraduate-Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Administration Internship | Summer 2017 (Unpaid)
Application Deadline: February 27, 2017

Undergraduate-Graduate Digital Art History Lab Internship  Summer 2017 (Unpaid)
Application Deadline: February 10, 2017

You may find the application process for each internship in the individual postings attached on this email and also on our website at .

For more information:
http://Ayesha Bulchandani Undergraduate Education Internship l Summer 2017

Please contact [email protected] with any questions.

Student Opportunities

The Junior Fellows Program at the Library of Congress

The Junior Fellows Program at the Library of Congress is accepting applications for summer 2017. This is a paid opportunity and many projects do not require any previous library experience.

Information about the program is available here, including detailed project descriptions. Of particular interest to our field is the Prints & Photographs project:

Photochrom Prints Collection
(Library Services, Prints and Photographs Division)
Process a collection of historical photochrom prints, which include views from around the world (such as landscapes, architecture, street scenes, and daily life and culture), and were made between the 1890s and 1910, using a photomechanical process. The Junior Fellow would inventory each print, capturing title, date, and publication information in an Access database, which would later be converted to catalog records. The Fellow would also select prints; scan them for presentation in the Library’s catalog; learn to manage the digital files that he/she creates; and draft MARC catalog records for selected prints. A selection of prints previously processed by the Prints and Photographs Division is available at:
Skills/Knowledge Desired:
Ability to safely handle prints; Ability to work in a team; Ability to accurately assign numbers and legibly write numbers on prints; Ability to input data into electronic forms; Ability to interpret and record data into pre-existing data fields; Ability to convey information; Experience working with archival materials, especially printed visual materials; Knowledge of archives and library theory; Knowledge of foreign geography; Knowledge of or experience with cataloging schemes, especially MARC based catalogs; Knowledge of or experience with subject analysis, especially for images; Ability to work with scanners to create digital images

Faculty News

SENSE OF EMERGENCY: Politics, Aesthetics, Trumpism

Alex Kitnick, Brant Foundation Fellow in Contemporary Arts, Faculty, CCS,  will participate in a public forum addressing the recent US presidential election,
the implications of a Trump presidency, and possible means of resistance.

Saturday, December 10th, 10:30 am – 5:30 pm
Einstein Auditorium (Room 105)
Barney Building
34 Stuyvesant StreetNew York, New York 10003

For more information:

Sponsored by Contemporary Aesthetics Collaborative with generous assistance from the NYU-Steinhardt Dept. of Art and Art Professions

Happenings at Bard

S/Election Screening

In conjunction with the exhibition S/Election, curated by Maxwell Barnes, Sarah Bastacky, Aaron Boehlert, Anne Burnett, Issy Cassou,
Adrienne Chau, Reza Daftarian, Hannah Kay, Alex Kitnick, Harrison Kroessler, Alex Lau, Sondra McGill, Erin O’Leary,Flannery Seager-Strode, Raphael Wolf, and Sam Youkilis, there will be a screening of two videos at:

6pm on Thursday, December 8, 2016
Center for Curatorial Studies
Bard College

Paul Chan’s Now Let Us Praise
American Leftists
(2000) and

Jacqueline Goss’s Hart’s Location (2016)

There will be a discussion after the screening. All are invited to attend.


SIGHTSEEING: Vision and the Image in Early Modern Europe

skm_c284e16120115220_0001Curated by the students of ArtH 211
under the supervision of Professor Susan Aberth

Exhibition in the Stevenson Library Vitrines

November 29- December 29, 2016

Please come visit the camera obscura set up behind the campus center by ARTH 211, “Sightseeing.” The class built the camera obscura with a grant from the Experimental Humanities program. If there is sun, the camera will produce a beautiful “natural” image, made by light rays reflecting from objects outside the box onto its interior surface.

The camera obscura will be set up until Sunday (12/4) afternoon.