CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Master of Arts in Performing Arts Administration at NYU Steinhardt

Bring your love of dance, theatre, music, or opera to leadership roles in national and international performing arts organizations through NYU Steinhardt’s MA in Performing Arts Administration, located in the heart of New York City. Our master’s degree provides unparalleled training within a university acclaimed for its preparation of global leaders in business, management, and the arts. Join peers from around the world to study with business faculty and top arts professionals, and prepare f...
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Master of Arts in Visual Arts Administration at NYU Steinhardt

Bring your love of the arts to leadership positions with arts institutions through NYU Steinhardt’s MA in Visual Arts Administration. Prepare for a dynamic career in the commercial or non-profit art sectors. Our master’s degree was the first in the United States to focus on visual arts management careers in both traditional and alternative contexts. The curriculum prepares you for leadership roles in a broad range of arts organizations. We consider the cultural and economic impact of the vis...
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US mayors expect 'dramatic' cuts with public schools hit the worst - and the US Senate's stimulus package is unlikely to help

Photo taken on Nov. 19, 2020 shows the empty playground of a public school in New York, the United States. Xinhua/Wang Ying via Getty Images A survey of 130 US mayors found that 45% expect to make or see serious cuts to public education spending due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An equal number expect cuts in parks and recreation, transportation budgets, and social services. The vast majority of mayors surveyed said the federal government's response to the pandemic was inadequate. Visit Busine...
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Cut Payroll Costs with Transparency, Fairness, and Compassion

As cost-cutting continues across the turbulent economy, companies are challenged to be creative when managing their human capital, say Boris Goysberg and Sarah Abbott. [Author: by Boris Groysberg and Sarah Abbott]
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Picturing the pandemic’s people: Photos capture the ‘still life’ we are all living

Innis Casey captured still life like no artist before — the kind of “safer at home” living that we’ve all been experiencing since the coronavirus outbreak jolted our daily routines. The photographer and his travel journalist sister teamed up during spring’s early days of the coronavirus shutdown and ensuing summer months to create a book of portraits they named, “Quartraits: Portrait of a Community Quarantine” set to be released next month. Casey, who grew up in Burbank and now lives in Valley V...
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Hautelinks: The Best At-Home Workout Options, Sticking to a Holiday Budget, Multitasking Beauty, & More

Here's what we're reading on the internet right now.
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Henry picks up cash to be a Lambda School for Latin America

Latin America’s startup scene has attracted troves of venture investment, lifting highly-valued companies such as Rappi and NuBank into behemoth businesses. Now that the spotlight has arrived, those same startups need more talent than ever before to meet demand. That’s where one seed-stage Buenos Aires startup wants to help. Henry has created an online computer science school that trains software developers from low-income backgrounds to understand technical skills and get employed. The company ...
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COVID-related school closures could shorten life spans, study says

Elementary-aged children in the United States whose education was disrupted by school closures during the 2019-20 academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic could face shorter life spans, according to an article this month in JAMA Network Open, a journal published by the American Medical Association. Researchers from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the University of Washington analyzed the relationship between school closures and reduced educational attainment over the lifetime ...
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Rethinking the Internet, Again

In October, I wrote a blog post suggesting a framework for the social internet in which users own their own data, including social links, original content, and descriptions of their interests. In my proposal, social networks would compete to offer you the best experience using this common pool of information. If you don’t like how Instagram is observing your behavior to sell ads, for example, you can now turn to an alternative site that has access to the same pictures and social connections, an...
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Whittier’s La Serna High closes after 4 students, 2 teachers test positive for coronavirus

La Serna High School in Whittier has been closed as a result of two adult non-teachers and four students testing positive for coronavirus, Whittier Union High School District officials announced this week. The school, which was closed Tuesday as a result of a Los Angeles County Public Health Department order, isn’t expected to reopen for two weeks, said Kevin Jamero, assistant superintendent of business services for Whittier Union High School District. So far, all six are doing OK, Jamero said. ...
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The Power of Empathy: A Quick Animated Lesson from Brené Brown Several years back, the RSA (Royal Society of the Arts) created a series of distinctive animated shorts where well-known intellectuals presented big ideas, and a talented artist rapidly illustrated them on a whiteboard. Some of those talks featured the likes of Slavoj Zizek, Carol Dweck, Steven Pinker and Barbara Ehrenreich. Now RSA presents a video series created in an entirely different aesthetic. Above, you can watch the first of many “espre...
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What to Pack for Winter Break (+ A Detailed Packing List)

Whether you're going home, to a tropical resort, or a snowy mountain, here's what to pack for winter break.
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A 1913 Children’s Book Lampoons Duchamp, Picasso & Other Avant-Garde Artists: Read The Cubies’ ABC Online

Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring premiered in 1913, and its violent break from musical and choreographic tradition, so the story goes, pushed the genteel Parisian audience to violent rebellion. That tale may have grown taller over the past century, but public distaste for then-novel trends in all forms of “modern art” has left a paper trail. Here we have a particularly amusing exhibit, and long an obscure one: The Cubies’ ABC, a picture book by a couple named Mary Mills and Earl Harvey Lyal...
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When Sun Ra Went to Egypt in 1971: See Film & Hear Recordings from the Legendary Afrofuturist’s First Visit to Cairo Sun Ra died in 1993 (or he returned to his home planet of Saturn, one or the other). Twenty-seven years later his Arkestra is still going strong. “No group in jazz history has embodied the communal spirit like the Arkestra,” writes Peter Margasak at The Quietus. “Their hardcore fans are the closest thing jazz has to Deadheads.” We could further compare Sun Ra and Jerry Garcia as bandleaders—their embrace of extended free form playing against a ...
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An Introduction to Rap Battles: Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #71 Pretty Much Pop hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt are rejoined by our audio editor and resident rapper Tyler Hislop (rap name: “Sacrifice”) to discuss a form of entertainment close to his heart: Two people staring each other in the face in front of a crowd and taking lengthy turns insulting each other in a loud voice using intricate rhymes, references, jokes and even s...
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