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Careers in the Visual Arts
Brown-Bag Lunch Series

Join us for lunch and a conversation with professionals working in a number of visual arts-related fields as we discuss a variety of career paths open to Art and Art History students. 

These workshops will count toward the mandatory requirement for seniors.

2019-2020 schedule:

March 6: Crocker Art Museum
Meet alum now working as Registrars and Associate Curators at the Crocker Art Museum. This is a great chance to network and learn more about working, and finding work, in the museum world.
11-12 pm at the Crocker. Meet at front entrance. Entrance fee covered. RSVP required. 

2017-2018 schedule:

​October 18: Mariana Moscoso, Arts in Corrections Program Analyst, California Arts Council
1:30-2:30 pm in Everson 148

2016-2017 schedule:

October 10: Natalie Mann, Program Manager, Streetside Stories, San Francisco
12-1 pm in Everson 148

May 17: Sheena Campbell, Librarian for Research and Outreach, Holy Names University, Oakland

2015-2016 schedule:

February 23: Internships in the art world. Guest speakers: Art History graduate students Cristinia Urrutia, Rachel Ramsey, Brittany Royer; Ashley Odell, Career and Internship Center

April 29: Nicole Budrovich, Assistant Curator, Antiquities Department, Getty Villa
12-1 pm, Everson 157

2014-2015 schedule:

October 9: Kamal Zargar, Development Associate for Stewardship and Communications, National Gallery of Art
12-1 pm in Everson 148

May 19: Darcy Dapra, Partner Manager, Google Scholar, Google, Inc.
1-2 pm Everson 157

2013-2014 schedule:

October 16: Rachel Teagle, Director of the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis
12-1 pm in Everson 157

February 4: Glen Helfand, Independent writer, critic, curator, and educator based in San Francisco

May 6: Brenna Chapman, Professor, Sierra Community College

2012-2013 participants:

April 9: Jasmine Moorhead, Director of Krowswork Gallery, Oakland

March 7: Robin Bernhard, Registrar and Collections Manager, Nelson Gallery

November 29: Caren Condon Gutierrez, Manager of School and Teacher Programs, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

October 30: Lindsay Martin, Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources, New York City

Co-sponsored by Art History, Art Studio, the Visual Resources Facility and the TAAG Advising Center

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