Have you ever wondered how to navigate building a fulfilling career in the arts and culture field? In this initial session of Career Series, we will explore where to start from step one. We will cover how to determine what you need to balance your career.
In this session, join Museum Hue to discover new ways to amplify your resume and cover letter to nail your dream role! This workshop will cover an overview of best practices for writing resumes, a cover letter tailored to your intended role in the arts, and best practices during the job application process.
Join Museum Hue on Saturday, October 28th, 2023 at the Albany Institute for Preserving Our Historical Sites panel discussion. There will be a light breakfast hour from 9:00am - 10:00am, and a panel discussion from 10:00am - 12:00pm. Museum Hue has been working on providing programming which stems from the research, findings and recommendations in the HueArts NYS Brown Paper report, which highlights the importance of physical space and built environment for POC-led arts stability. The core of this program […]
Our elected officials play a vital role in funding the arts and changing policy to increase the public's access to more arts programming. New York City Council Member Chi Ossé and New York Senator José M. Serrano, State Arts & Culture chairs, will join Museum Hue for the first session of Advocacy Accelerator on Wednesday, November 1. During Government and Your Arts Organization, Chi Ossé and José M. Serrano will discuss the New York government's critical role in supporting the arts. […]
Calling all those who wish to land their dream internship in the arts!
In Session 3 we will cover internship preparation for those looking to get their start in the arts and culture field. Participants will hear from arts internship experts on how to find internships, when you should apply, what to expect during the application process, and what to include to help stand out.
In the second session of Museum Hue’s Advocacy Workshop: Lobbying and Your Arts Organization, panelists will demystify the process of advocacy and lobbying for your organization. Panelists will walk you through the process of government outreach, funding applications, and collective advocacy that happens each fiscal year. Hear from speakers on how the government affairs staff and lobbyists are key in allocating funding and creating policy changes that directly impact the arts. Click on the Zoom Website Registration link to sign […]
While elected officials are the public face, there are many staffers and attorneys who work on funding and policies that directly impact the arts. During Museum Hue’s last Advocacy workshop session, Government Funding and Your Organization, hear from longtime staffers of the Cultural Affairs Committees who work on committee meetings, budget requests, and draft legislation on how their work helps and impacts your organization. About Advocacy Accelerator: A Workshop Series that Champions Change Museum Hue's Advocacy Accelerator is a three-part […]