April 14, 2020
This event is ticketed separately from regular museum admission and we recommend you purchase your ticket in advance.
This event is part of our ongoing College Night series.
So many different fields and professions go into building and running a museum, but often that work is hidden or unseen. Our lecture series will feature at least three museum professionals speaking back-to-back about their roles and how they ended up in their line of work. Each evening is designed to introduce students to the diverse skills that go into the making of a museum.
After sharing these experiences, Poster House will lead students in a professional development session that will help prepare them to apply for a museum internship or other job in the field.
This Tuesday, hear from legendary design scholar Steven Heller, our chief curator, our design director, and work with our staff to find your perfect museum job!
6:30pm: Legendary design scholar Steven Heller speaks about the design field and its diversity and application.
6:45pm: Chief Curator Angelina Lippert reviews the process of putting together an exhibition season and gives an introduction to curation.
7pm: Design Director Ola Baldych speaks to how she designs exhibitions and other materials for the museum.
7:15pm: Prepare for Speed Dating! Work with museum staffers to identify which departments you are interested in and prepare for our Internship Speed Dating event on April 29!
Tickets: $10 at the door/$7 online (free for student members)
Like your time with us? Great! The cost of this ticket can go toward a $35 Student Membership after the event, which gets you in to all upcoming College Nights for free!
Looking to get more involved? This is only the beginning of Poster House’s 2020 student programming. Join us in the future for:
April 29, 6:30pm
Bring your resume and best elevator pitch and engage in a round of speed interviews with the departmental heads at Poster House. The 2 most compelling candidates will be offered an internship in their preferred department that is coordinated with the student’s calendar.
May 6, 6:30–9pm
Produced and directed by Gary Hustwit, this feature length documentary confronts the complex development of typeface and graphic design. Interviewing the masters of graphics type, Helvetica opens a conversation among designers about the necessary symbiosis of order and creativity.
All events listed are free with a Student Membership!
College Night: Speed Mentorship!
April 29, 2020
College Night Screening: Helvetica
May 6, 2020
Psychedelic Posters: An Introduction
May 21, 2020
February 27–August 23, 2020