2017 Career Development Roundtable

ArtTable New York’s 2017Career Development Roundtable
November 17th, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Fashion Institute of Technology, John E. Reeves Great Hall

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
                                                        
Emerging professionals seeking career advice and inspiration are invited to attend ArtTable's 2017 Career Development Roundtable, one of our longest standing and most impactful career programs for rising professionals in the visual arts,  Students will have the opportunity to gather around selected tables for open and engaged conversations with leading professional women in the visual arts, to learn about their diverse career paths and experiences, to gain insights and advice for their own career development, and to network and build future relationships with peers and mentors. 
 
  
Career topics explored this year include: appraiser | art advisor | art fairs | art publishing | auction houses and online art businesses | collection management, registrar and archivist | curator and art historian | development and fundraising | gallerist and dealer | museum and nonprofit directors | public programing and museum education | public relations, marketing and social media. For more information about these topics click here.
FREE!*

*REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Registration ends Monday, November 6

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This event is organized by ArtTable in collaboration with the  Master's Program in Art Market Studies at FIT, with additional sponsorship provided by the Association of Professional Art Advisors (APAA). 

To view video of last year's program click here
For additional information please contact roundtable@arttable.org or call 212-343-1735, ext 12. 


Photo credit: Christine Butler
Comments from previous participants:
...The most important takeway was networking and the need to be flexibile and open to new experiences

I was surprised to learn that many of the facilitators did not have linear career paths...but had very diverse and non-academic paths.  Several of the women with whom I spoke advocated for switching positions and changing things up broader skill sets and to be more open to wide range of opportunities.

I learned a lot about the job market; what specific professions are looking for in those they hire, what are the ideal skills sets, how one gets and job and moves ahead in the field.

It was a great event!  I really enjoyed seeing a community of women supporting not only each other as fellow professionals but hleping to foster the next genertion of women leaders in the arts.