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Image: A.K. Burns (Fellow in Interdisciplinary Works ’18), Video still from ‘A Smeary Spot’, 2015, HD video installation. In this video still we see a large pinkish land mass in the foreground, without vegetation. In the distance are other large desert rock formations and a body of water at the base of the foregrounded land mass. On the top of the foregrounded mass is a performer seen from a distance, waving a large piece of silver reflective material in the air. Presumably they are mid dance.

Monday Motivation | Solve the Employer’s Problems

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation! Tip of the week In your cover letter, be sure to focus on the employer’s needs and how you can address their concerns and pain points. Bring creative ideas to the table to help solve their potential problems. This week’s highlighted jobs: Gallery and Design DirectorBoston Art Inc.Boston,…

Image: The imagery of this work is inspired by a Japanese made Magnetic-Core Memory chip from the 1970’s. It is stylized to resemble imaginary of an ancient symbol, and is highlighted with specially ordered metallic gold thread that is made is Japan. The title is a reference to a species of butterfly with the same colors (magentas, golds, and dark brown that is almost black).

Monday Motivation | Grants That Reduce Student Loans

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation!Tip of the week According to Forbes, the average student loan debt is over $37,000 and there are 45 million total U.S. borrowers with student loans. Paying it off is a struggle! However, there is good news. Grants are available to help alleviate student loan debt.  Here are some…