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Hello Alumni,

Here is your next issue of news, virtual events to attend, and a few new career opportunities. 

We’d love to hear if you or your organization is presenting a digital project during the quarantine. Please send links and information directly to and we can share them with the community.

As you may imagine, the job market is tough right now. Many of our recent graduates need jobs. If anyone has a lead appropriate for a BGC MA or PhD, you can send information to

And finally, the QP symposium for the class of 2020 will be streamed on June 12. Mark your calendars and plan to join in. The time and instructions for tuning in will be shared soon. 

Stay well!
Grace Reff (MA ’17)

Select Career Opportunities

*Because of COVID-19, please double-check job links for changing deadlines or elimination of positions.*

MASS MoCA is hiring a Visual Arts Registrar/Exhibition Manager and a Senior Preparator

The National Women’s History Museum in Alexandria, VA seeks applicants for its two-year Predoctoral Fellow Award in Women’s History and Gender Studies. Deadline for applications has been extended to June 30.

The Nevada Preservation Foundation is searching for a new Executive Director.

The Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University is looking for a Director of Communications and Content Strategy.

The Connecticut Historical Society is seeking a part time Research Center Assistant.

For more job listings: please visit the BGC job board.
password: BGC-careers-2017

Virtual Events Out In The World

Cleaning & Quarenting Artifacts for Reopening
Tuesday, May 26
11 am
Join this discussion with Kate Ridgway, Virginia Conservation Association President and State Archaeological Conservator at the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. 

Eileen Gray: New Discoveries
Thursday, May 28
12 pm
BGC Members are invited to attend this exclusive, members-only online discussion with Pitiot and Gallery Director Nina Stritzler-Levine about the many new discoveries featured in the Eileen Gray exhibition, including furniture and new insights into Gray’s impressive architectural practice.

American Alliance of Museums Virtual Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo
Monday, June 1 – Thursday, June 4
The AAM has moved their annual meeting online. The meeting will include keynote speakers, over 30 breakout sessions, a virtual exhibit hall, and online networking events to connect with museum professionals from around the globe.