Are you considering or pursuing an artistic career? Wondering how to craft a meaningful lifestyle? Want insider information on finding opportunities and connecting with established professionals? Join us virtually for a campus-wide dialogue with established and emerging artists!
This event brings together accomplished alums in the fields of Art Museum, Architecture, Studio Art, Art History, Creative Writing, Dance, Film, Media, Theater, and Music to talk to you about their success in crafting a meaningful and fulfilling career in the arts.
Architecture: Mia Landsbergis '14, Senior Designer and Visiting Assistant Professor, Efficiency Lab for Architecture, Pratt Institute (11:30 am ET)
Art History: Lucy Gong '13, Gallery Associate, Friedman Benda (8 pm ET)
Art History/Art Museum: Mallory Roark ’13, Collections Management Associate, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (8 pm ET)
Art Museum: Fiza Khatri '15, Artist and Curator, Programme Coordinator, VM Art Gallery in Karachi (11:30 am ET)
Art Studio: Candy Alexandra Gonzalez '14, Freelance Artist and Art Educator (8 pm ET)
Creative Writing: Danielle Monique '18, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Stellium; MFA Candidate, University of Minnesota (8 pm ET)
Dance: Poorna Swami '15, Choreographer and Writer (11:30 am ET)
Film Media Theater: Adrienne Picciotto '16, Producer & Editor,
OCTFME (8 pm ET)
Film Media Theater: Molly Paige '18, Creative Executive, George The Second's Friend (11:30 am ET)
Music: Fatima Cadet Diaby '16, Recent graduate with masters degree in Film Studies at University of Paris Diderot and founder of Loline Stage & Film, currently pursuing a second masters degree Film, Television, & Media Management at the Sorbonne (11:30 am)
This program will be held in two sessions occurring at 11:30 am ET and 8 pm ET.
This event will include an oral and visual presentation about arts careers, followed by question and answer time with event presenters. Polls may be included in the presentation, and there will also likely be video or audio media as well.
Sponsored by the InterArts Council, the Mount Holyoke College Architectural Studies Program, Department of Art and Art History, Department of Dance, Department of English, Department of Film Media Theater, Department of Music, MHC Art Museum, and the Career Development Center.
This event is being conducted over Zoom. As the host, Mount Holyoke College reserves the right to record this session and the event sponsors will give prior notification to event participants of any intention to do so. The recording feature for others is disabled so that no one else will be able to record this session through Zoom. At all times, no recording by any other means is permitted without prior written permission from the event sponsor or as an approved accommodation.
Saturday, February 13 at 11:30am to 1:30pmVirtual Event