Monday Motivation | Set Boundaries

Monday Motivation | Set Boundaries

Kick off your week with Monday Motivation!

Tip of the week

Remote work has been making the lines between personal and professional life even more blurred. Avoid burnout by upping your time management skill game and remember: more hours spent working does not necessarily mean more productivity. Set non-negotiable working hours and budget time for periodic brakes. If possible, delimit a clear workspace within your household (it can be a particular part of your dining table, for example) to set clear, physical boundaries between work and private life. Struggling to stick to your time management plans? Try techniques and apps like the Pomodoro or Flowtime.

This week’s highlighted jobs:

Pace Gallery
East Hampton, NY

Executive Assistant
Rauschenberg Foundation
New York, NY

Media Assistant
David Kordansky Gallery
Los Angeles, CA

Visitor Experience Assistant
The Newark Museum of Art
Newark, NJ

Director of Development
Headlands Center for the Arts
Sausalito, CA  

This week’s highlighted opportunities:

2020-2021 Yellow Fish Festival VI: Open Call
Yellow Fish Durational Performance Art Festival
Brooklyn, NY

Chelsea Gallery Open Call
Field Projects
New York, NY

Works Created During the “Lockdown” Period
The WAH Center
Brooklyn, NY

Membership Program for Artists & Photographers 
Solas Studio
New York, NY

– Luiza Teixeira-Vesey, Designer/Marketing Officer

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Image: Sangram Majumdar (Fellow in Painting ’18); sun, flower2; 2018; oil on canvas

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