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Virtual | Professional Development: The Art World Career Landscape
May 12 @ 12:00 pm
9am PT / 10am MT / 11am CT / 12pm ET
The pandemic upended traditional ways of working and seeking employment in the art world. Please join Suzanne Julig, Career Coach and owner of Suzanne Julig Art Advisory, and Anne Johnson, Senior Consultant and VP of the Aspen Leadership Group, for a conversation around the art world career landscape. We will explore effective approaches to pursuing and building an enriching art world career in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. The discussion will include an overview of growth areas in various art industry sectors and techniques for identifying how one’s professional skills, expertise, and education can be applied to suitable art world positions. We will touch upon goal setting for success, as well as creating the most effective job search materials. This includes resumes, LinkedIn profiles, and related elements of personal branding, networking, and more.
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About the Speakers
Anne Johnson works with ALG clients throughout every step of the search process, helping to define goals, source and vet talent, and ensure mutually beneficial matches between organizations and candidates alike. She brings a collaborative approach to her work in search and in working with her clients. She manages a diverse portfolio of executive searches and has placed leaders at the country’s most recognized organizations in higher education, foundations and institutes, and arts and cultural organizations, including museums, orchestras, ballet companies, and more.
Anne most recently served as the chief development professional for the San Francisco Symphony, where she played a senior management role, working closely with the Board of Governors and leading the Symphony’s contributed revenue division. Previously she served as San José State University’s Associate Vice President of Development and Campaign Director, leading the university through its first comprehensive campaign, which exceeded its goal of $200 million by $9 million, one full year in advance of the publicly-announced deadline. Prior to her work in the Bay Area she held fundraising positions at the University of Kansas and Boston University.
She holds a M.A. degree in Education from Boston University and a B.A. in French from the University of Kansas, which included studies at the Sorbonne University in Paris.
Suzanne Julig, Owner of Suzanne Julig Art Advisory, is a fine art professional with more than three decades in the field. Over the past several years she has expanded her expertise to include Career Consulting to provide individuals with the tools to pursue and secure employment in the art world. Most recently, Suzanne was a member of the senior management team at Christie’s Education, serving as the Career Services Officer. Prior to that, she was a Director at three New York galleries, specializing in contemporary as well as American and European art of the 19th and 20th century, before founding her Art Advisory business in 2008, through which she provides expertise to collectors in the acquisition of art and management of collections. Suzanne has taught courses at NYU and Sotheby’s Institute of Art, in addition to organizing exhibitions, leading museum and gallery tours, and lecturing to private groups on a variety of art-related topics. She holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in Art History with distinction.
Images: Header image courtesy of Sotheby’s Institute of Art; speaker images courtesy of the speakers.
Thank you to Regan Lynn Larroque, ArtTable NY Chapter Programs Committee Co-Chair, and Edie Meyer, ArtTable NY Chapter Membership Committee Co-Chair, for organizing this program.
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