Author Archives: Alicia Gomez

About Alicia Gomez

Hi! Come see me if you want to discuss career options in the Arts, Media, and Communications. I encourage students to reflect on their various interests and strengths when starting to explore possible career paths. I am available to chat about industry trends and practical skills while also sharing my own professional experiences, lessons learned, and insights.

World’s largest job fair for Japanese-English bilinguals! Date: Friday, November 6 – Sunday, November 8

With Boston Career Forum Online 2020, you will be able to tune into live seminars where you can directly ask companies questions and also partake in online interviews. Since it is an online event, you can participate from anywhere in the world. Click here to learn more and to register for this event!

The Walter Feldman Fellowship for Emerging Artists

Now in its seventh year, the Walter Feldman Fellowship for Emerging Artists supports the professional careers of visual artists through a solo exhibition or an alternative presentation of work. This opportunity also offers professional development support, including expert guidance on improving business skills for the effective presentation, and promotion of your work.

The Fellowship is open to artists working in 2D media other than photography who have yet to have their first solo exhibition.

Applications for the 2021 Walter Feldman Fellowship are now open! The deadline for submissions is November 2, 2020.

Click here to learn more and to apply! 

Join Brett Story- Filmmaker and Assistant Professor of Image Arts at Ryerson University – Thursday, October 8

Join Brett Story, Filmmaker and Assistant Professor of Image Arts at Ryerson University, giving a talk titled “Cinema toward Future Life.”

Brett Story is a filmmaker and geographer based out of Toronto. She is the author of the book Prison Land: Mapping Carceral Power across Neoliberal America and the director of a number of feature documentary films, including 2016’s The Prison in Twelve Landscapes and the 2019 documentary The Hottest August. She has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Sundance Documentary Institute, and her films have screened in festivals and theatres around the world.  

Date: Thursday, October 8

Time: 12:40pm – 1:30pm

Click here for the zoom link and password.

Future Now Leadership Talk with Paul Butler, Chief Operating Officer of Sparks and Honey – Thursday, October 8

Join Future Now for a let’s get real conversation with one of today’s top leaders in media and market research.

Paul Butler is the COO of Sparks & Honey, a cultural consultancy in the Omnicom portfolio.  Sparks & Honey uses cultural intelligence, data sciences and social sciences to develop business transformation and future scenarios for clients across a range of industries including technology, media/entertainment, CPG, beauty, fashion, government. 

Paul was previously the General Manager of Aspire, the network launched by Magic Johnson Enterprises, where he oversaw strategy, production, programming, and operations.  He has held business development and business affairs roles at UPTV, Razor & Tie, VH1, and Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment. Paul earned his BA in African American / Black Studies and Political Science from the University of Rochester and J.D. from the Harvard Law School.

Post your questions to Paul here and they’ll do their best to cover them in the talk.

Register here!
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