I know I want to work in the art field since I was a child, growing up I would purchase this Chinese art magazine called Vision, there were two issues from the magazine that specifically intrigued me: 1) There are professionals called graphic designer, which I would love to be one in the future, 2) an article about the high line park and the concept of making art public. Everything suddenly came together for me, New York City is where I would go, where the best design schools are located and where arts are made to be accessible. I applied for the School of Visual Arts and have been living in this vibrant city since.
In the School of Visual Arts I studied under Carin Goldberg, we often discuss what shaped the design world today besides the emergence of technology, the conversation would go from what is the integrity of art and how can we find the best design solution to make people listen, MoMa would often be the place that comes up in the conversation, because what it is showing strongly shaped how we see and what we have in mind in this contemporary world. The exhibition Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye hits me specifically hard, music, an art form that is essentially invisible became visible because of various physical design. The idea to showcase instruments, album covers, concert posters from different eras are especially thoughtful, it provides a brief history of music that encourages people to connect the dots by themselves instead of spoon-feeding them information. The idea of working in a museum started to develop in my mind, in summer 2015, I applied for an inte...
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...oMa and...” would always be one of my favorite campaigns ) to promote the museum, in a quiet, subtle way, I simply couldn’t let go of this opportunity to work closely with the team.
I believe the best way to learn and stay motivated is to surround myself with what I absolutely love and by dedicated creative people that I can connect with, a job in MoMA would give me an incredible access to the best arts and designs in the world. MoMA’s design studio would be the dream place for me to contribute what I am so passionate about, this internship is vital to the establishment of my future career and I would not waste the opportunity if I am awarded the position. I want to learn from the world’s finest modern art museum, this experience would be able to help me focus my career in a more specific direction, and even further, confirm my suitability in this particular field.
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