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A man sitting on a stool in an open area by the river, Manhattan with its skyscrapers in the background.
"Murmurations" by Mark Niskanen and Jani-Matti Salo in Brooklyn Bridge Park, October 2020, was commissioned by the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York. photo: Mark Niskanen

The Finnish Cultural Institute in New York is recruiting a new Executive Director – apply by 28 March

The Finnish Cultural Institute in New York is seeking a new Executive Director.

As Executive Director, you are responsible for the Institute’s operations, financing, development, and staff. You report to the Board of Directors of the Foundation for the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York. Send your application by 28 March.

More information through this link.

The Finnish Cultural Institute in New York (FCINY) is an active creator of connections and opportunities within the fields of arts, architecture, and design. Enabling dialogue between Finland and the U.S., the Institute strengthens cross-cultural collaborations and partnerships. Building on Nordic values and drawing on their base in New York City as a catalyst for progressive thinking and action, the Institute centers sustainability and equity in arts, design, and culture.