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  • Leadership | American Folk Art Museum
    Cyril I Nelson Margaret Z Robson George F Shaskan Jr Richard Walker L John Wilkerson Deceased Executive Director Anne Imelda Radice PhD Leading Sponsors Sponsorship of the museum s exhibitions education and community programs and special events are tailored to the sponsor s objectives and budget We welcome opportunities to explore mutually beneficial partnerships and guarantee category exclusivity an uncluttered environment and meticulous execution For more information contact Elizabeth Kingman deputy director for administration and development at 212 265 1040 ext 346 or ekingman folkartmuseum org The museum thanks the following Leading Sponsors for their support City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs Joyce B Cowin The David Davies and Jack Weeden Fund for Exhibitions Ford Foundation The Henry Luce Foundation The Leir Charitable Foundations The Magazine Antiques a Brant Media Publication New York State Council on the Arts Image BERKS COUNTY FARMSCAPE John Rasmussen 1828 1895 Berks County Pennsylvania c 1879 1886 oil on zinc plated tin 26 3 8 x 35 3 8 in American Folk Art Museum gift of Ralph Esmerian 2005 8 15 DISCOVER GREAT GIFT IDEAS AT THE SHOP Oval Tea Canister Artist unidentified PARTICIPATE IN A FAMILY PROGRAM Untitled Judith Scott 1943 2005

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  • Directory | American Folk Art Museum
    org Library 212 595 9533 ext 381 library folkartmuseum org Archives 212 595 9533 ext 108 research folkartmuseum org Membership General Membership Patron Membership and Corporate Partners 212 595 9533 ext 312 membership folkartmuseum org Publications 212 595 9533 ext 333 publications folkartmuseum org Press and Media Relations 212 595 9533 ext 113 publicrelations folkartmuseum org RSVP 212 595 9533 ext 306 rsvp folkartmuseum org Space Rental and Special Events 212 595 9533 ext 312 specialevents folkartmuseum org Free Music Fridays lewen folkartmuseum org Staff Executive Director Dr Anne Imelda Radice Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs Chief Curator and Director of Exhibitions Stacy C Hollander Deputy Director for Administration and Development Elizabeth Kingman Curator art of the self taught and art brut Dr Valérie Rousseau Education Specialist Natalie Beall Manager of Visitor Experience Zachary M Cochran Director of Publications and Website Megan Conway Free Music Fridays Coordinator Lara Ewen Social Media Associate Samantha Fein Membership and Events Manager Anna Hessa Director of Information Technologies Richard Ho Graphic Designer and Production Manager Kate Johnson Assistant Shop Manager Katie Kalin Finance Manager Joseph Kisarale Director of Institutional Giving Strategy and Evaluation Karley Klopfenstein Rapaport Archivist Mimi Lester Director of Retail and Visitor Services Stefanie Levinson Director of Strategic Communications Barbara Livenstein Librarian Louise Masarof Chief Registrar and Director of Exhibition Production Ann Marie Reilly Director of Education Rachel Rosen Registrar Judy Steinberg Director of Public Programs and Audience Engagement Suzanne de Vegh Accountant Trisha Wong Image SGRAFFITO PLATE WITH HORSE AND RIDER John Neis 1785 1867 Upper Salford Township Pennsylvania 1805 glazed red earthenware 1 3 4 x 12 3 8 diam American Folk Art Museum gift of Ralph Esmerian 2013 1 26 Photo by John Parnell SUPPORT THE MUSEUM S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS M M Hooked Rug Artist unidentified EXPLORE THE COLLECTION

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  • Opportunities | American Folk Art Museum
    mail your cover letter and CV to Rachel Rosen at rrosen folkartmuseum org Internships The museum offers internships for college and university students graduate students and emerging professionals interested in museum careers The goal of an internship is to provide practical experience as well as a general understanding of the role of an individual department within a larger museum setting Academic internships are by semester or full year For general internship queries send a resume and cover letter to education folkartmuseum org stating the departments you are interested in working in the skills you bring and how you hope to contribute to the department Current internship opportunities and information on how to apply are below Winter spring 2016 Finance Accounting Intern The American Folk Art Museum s Finance and Accounting Department is seeking a part time intern for Winter spring 2016 Please note that this is an unpaid internship credit toward class can be given if applicable Work days and hours are flexible This position is open to students at the undergraduate and graduate levels Responsibilities Assist with Accounts Payable receivables and post journal entries Work with the accounting team on budget forecasting efforts Support the payment processing team Data entry and filings Completing various special projects of the Accounting department as needed Qualifications Strong organizational and time management skills as well as excellent attention to detail Applicants must be communicative and possess the ability to work well collaboratively with a small team To apply please e mail a cover letter and resume to Joseph Kisarale Finance Manager at jkisarale folkartmuseum org Please put Accounting Internship in the subject line Winter spring 2016 Library Intern The museum s library and archives are non circulating research collections providing comprehensive coverage in areas of primary interest to the museum The library and archives are currently undergoing a major cataloging project and will be available to researchers by appointment at the forthcoming Library and Archives Study Center The library contains more than 10 000 volumes including monographs and exhibition and auction catalogs as well as substantial runs of nearly two hundred periodicals It is a singular repository of scholarship in the field unique in that its holdings include resources on both traditional folk art and art by the self taught from the twentieth century to the present together under one roof The Collections and Education Center located in Long Island City Queens houses the museum s administrative offices library and archives Responsibilities Reading the shelves checking one shelf at a time and reading the call numbers to see that media are in the proper order and updating the online catalog Periodicals studying the shelved periodicals to create a list of volume issue and date for each and entering the information into the library catalog LibraryWorld Auction catalogs many of the auction catalogs have not been entered into the online catalog this is an opportunity to do some copy and original cataloging Oversized books the books must be identified and relocated to one area

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  • Space Rental | American Folk Art Museum
    forms of public transportation with parking facilities nearby The Lincoln Square neighborhood is rich with restaurants hotels shopping and various other cultural attractions making it a destination for out of town visitors and locals alike Rental fees start at 3 000 For more information or to arrange a site visit please contact Anna Hessa at 212 265 1040 ext 312 or ahessa folkartmuseum org ENRICH YOUR MUSEUM EXPERIENCE BECOME A

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  • Policies | American Folk Art Museum
    secure server PayPal The museum will retain the personally identifiable information you provided for its records How the Museum Uses Information Provided by Visitors The American Folk Art Museum uses the information you provide to facilitate customer service in the Museum Shop or in the Membership department If you decide to utilize the MailChimp option the museum will use your information to provide you with updates about exhibitions programs and special offers available to you Any personally identifiable information voluntarily provided by you will be used for the purpose s for which the information was provided and may be shared with other carefully screened reputable organizations or companies whose products and services might interest you but whose privacy policies may differ from the American Folk Art Museum s Your personally identifiable information will not be disclosed or used for purposes other than those specified without your consent except as authorized by law Opting Out If you prefer not to have your personally identifiable information shared this way you may indicate this at the time you provide the information If an opt out option is not offered or if you decide after you have provided this information that you do not want the museum to share your information with any other organization you may send an e mail requesting that the museum not share your personally identifiable information with third parties for marketing purposes The museum cannot however remove your name from any third party list you will have to contact them directly E MAIL COMMUNICATIONS Newsletters If you sign up for or subscribe to an e mail newsletter discussion list or special interest alert you will receive the information that you have requested you have the option of unsubscribing or removing your name from the list at any time By providing this information you may receive occasional e mail messages from the American Folk Art Museum or other organizations for marketing and promotional purposes E mail The museum tries to respond to e mail messages requiring a response including customer service inquiries related to purchases in the Museum Shop within one week If you e mail the museum your message and e mail address will be forwarded to the appropriate department within the museum Any message material business information ideas concepts or other information sent to the museum by e mail will be treated as non confidential and non proprietary Your e mail address will not be used for any other purpose but to contact you if needed INFORMATION COLLECTED AUTOMATICALLY Cookies The American Folk Art Museum website does not use cookies to collect or store any personally identifying information about users A cookie is a small amount of data that is exchanged between your browser and the American Folk Art Museum web server and is unique to your browsing session If you choose to reject cookies you will still be able to use the American Folk Art Museum website MailChimp If you sign up for the museum s MailChimp

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  • Mission | American Folk Art Museum
    attributed to John Usher Parsons possibly 1813 1851 Maine c 1835 1840 oil on canvas 26 x 21 1 2 American Folk Art Museum gift of Joan and Victor Johnson 1999 13 1 Photo by John Parnell SUPPORT THE MUSEUM S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS M M Hooked Rug Artist unidentified SEARCH THE COLLECTION Human Headed Blengins Henry Darger 1892 1973 VIEW THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS Diamond in the Square Quilt Artist

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  • Press | American Folk Art Museum
    folkartmuseum org Image GIRL OF THE PERIOD detail possibly workshop of Samuel Robb 1851 1928 New York City c 1885 1900 paint on wood 78 x 23 1 2 x 22 1 2 Photo courtesy the Barbara L Gordon Collection RESEARCH AT THE LIBRARY Drawing for Salome Wagner Artist unidentified Visitors Location Hours Tours Exhibitions Calendar About Us Families Community Access Shop Researchers Library Archives Explore the Collection Exhibition History

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  • "Circles Only" 3/10 | American Folk Art Museum
    NY 11101 Self taught artist Hiroyuki Doi will discuss his art and lead a drawing workshop at the American Folk Art Museum s Collections and Education Center in Long Island City Queens Join this two hour afternoon workshop and use the very same type of Pilot pen and fine Japanese washi paper the artist employs in his drawings Focus and concentrate on making your own unique drawing utilizing circles only At the conclusion of class share your drawing and discuss your process with fellow participants and facilitator and interpreter Yoshiko Otsuka All materials included No experience necessary Free of charge RSVP below Supported by PILOT CORPORATION and OZU WASHI Tokyo and Yoshiko Otsuka Fine Art International Tokyo Image Hiroyuki Doi b 1946 Soul HDY 0313 Tokyo Japan 2011 ink on paper 18 x 15 in American Folk Art Museum gift of the artist and Yoshiko Otsuka Fine Art International 2013 7 1 Photo by Adam Reich 4 00 pm 6 00 pm Free registration required Register Click here to visit the museum s Vimeo page for an extensive selection of lectures dialogues and talks Visitors Location Hours Tours Exhibitions Calendar About Us Families Community Access Shop Researchers Library Archives Explore

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