Meet Charles Kim, Associate Publisher at The Museum of Modern Art, at Find & Follow Your Passion on November 9

On Saturday, November 9th, more than 35 top creative professionals will be sharing their insight with our community at the fourth installment of Find & Follow Your Passion, our full-day career conference in partnership with Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts.

We’re thrilled to introduce you to one of our speakers, Charles Kim.

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Charles Kim is an Associate Publisher at The Museum of Modern Art, where he oversees the digital publishing strategy and international collaborations for both print and digital projects. His initiatives at MoMA include launching a children’s book line and a series of limited-edition works by artists such as Paul Klee and Robert Rauschenberg based on the Museum’s permanent collection.

Prior to MoMA, Charles works as the Director of Publications and Editor-in-Chief at one of nineteen museums affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. In his role, he founded the museum’s publishing imprint and the National Design Journal.

Charles has previously served as Senior Agent at the French Publishers’ Agency, an office subsidized by the French Ministry of Culture, and taught French literature and language at the Cooper Union for five years and at New York University for three.

He earned his MA in French Literature at New York University and was a Fulbright Scholar in France. He earned his BA in French and Asian Studies at Vassar College, where he earned general and departmental honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

You can connect with him on Linkedin.

Join Charles and over 300 young professionals for a full day of discussions, hands on workshops, networking and fun – all aimed to getting you closer to the career of your dreams. Meet the coolest creatives and companies in New York City, learn about different industries, and make valuable connections with peers – register today.

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