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Yves Scherer is an internationally recognized artist who works in sculpture, painting, and installation. Using techniques in 3d rendering, expressionist painting, and appropriated images his practice is expansive and truly contemporary. The studio is looking for a summer intern. We are looking to find someone who will be able to take responsibility and have a self starter attitude. This role is ideal for someone who would like to see the inside workings of an artist’s studio and how it is run as a small business. It is a young studio with opportunity to meet other artists.

We are looking for someone

 

- highly organized

- very detail oriented

- resourceful

- enjoys repetition

- strong interest in art

- ability to take initiative

- positive attitude

- willing to learn

- some computer knowledge is a plus

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Cataloger, East Harlem

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This 1950's Abstract Expressionist Artist is currently cataloging her life's work. Come help organize a wide variety of paintings, watercolors and works on paper.

Compensation is available as a paid wage, or in exchange for free room and board in a private bedroom.

 

Please call Amaranth to schedule an interview - (646) 354-9706

 

Amaranth Ehrenhalt, http://www.amaranthehrenhalt.com

Responsibilities

Gently sort through and organize decades of artwork

Document and inventory work into a spreadsheet

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Organizational skills

Attention to detail

Caution when handling art

Camera or cellphone with camera

Laptop and ability to lightly edit photos

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VISUAL ARTIST TO TEACH ART DISCOVERY (8-9 YEAR OLDS)

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Venice Arts is always interested in receiving résumés from qualified, professional artists interested in designing a syllabus for either our academic year or summer projects. If there are no projects open, we will keep your résumé on file.

Qualifications: Must be a visual artist with experience teaching painting and sculpture to youth ages 8-9.  Photography, filmmaking and/or animation experience is a plus. Must be available on Saturdays from 9:30 – 12:30. Those interested in leading projects during the academic year must be available from October-May.

Compensation: $2960 for the academic year

How to Apply: Please email your résumé, along with a cover letter highlighting relevant experience ("art discovery" in the subject line) to issa@venice-arts.org. Please, no phone enquiries or walk–ins. We are sorry, but because we receive significant interest in these opportunities, we are not able to respond to every artist’s submission.

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Trustee

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1 Jan 2020

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Job: Trustee

Company: MASK, a UK Charity Commission registered charity No 1128734, http://www.mobileartschoolinkenya.org/

Location: Preferably London, but could be anywhere

Salary: The job of Trustee is voluntary, reasonable expenses paid

Job level: Senior

Hours: Part-time

As a Trustee, you will have a passion for creativity, art and education. You will be committed to work with other Trustees and Director to make sure our work is effective, sustainable and delivers our charitable purpose.  We are particularly interested to hear from those with an experience of fundraising, galleries & exhibitions management, web development, law and finance. Successful candidates will be invited for an informal interview and may be required to undergo a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.

MASK is dedicated to supporting creativity and innovation of young people and teachers in Africa. Our flagship programme MASK Prize has become the world’s leading celebrator of creativity of young Africans. Creativity is a core skill of 21 century. Art better than any other subject fosters the ability to innovate. However, art is limited in schools which restricts future life opportunities and aspirations for many young people.

 

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Teaching Artist - Visual Art

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May 27, 2019

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Recently, Chicago welcomed OUT OF SIGHT, a public art project (modeled after a hopscotch pathway) that invites youth and teens to actively participate in the project and its corresponding program. Installed in English, Spanish, and Mandarin, OUT OF SIGHT’s goals are to engage with audiences of all ages and encourage participants to consider their goals and aspirations and manifest those goals through creative expression. OUT OF SIGHT’s core principles and phrases - exuberance, energy, vision, visualization, enlightenment and serendipity - serve as the foundation for the creative process that participants of all ages will experience when they engage with this project.

 

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This summer, the OUT OF SIGHT team is collaborating with the Chicago Park District to launch arts programming in the parks, focusing on bringing the OUT OF SIGHT framework to the forefront of participants' minds. The teaching artist will be facilitating visual art workshops with teen camps at Ping Tom Park and the Chicago Cultural Center (tentatively) to bring the messages of the project: empowerment, self-discovery, and visualizing one’s goals.

This is a part-time, temporary position for June - August 2019, with the potential for extended work.

 

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  • Facilitate weekly visual art workshops at Ping Tom Park and the Chicago Cultural Center (locations subject to change)
  • Assist in the development of public programming exploring the principles of OUT OF SIGHT and execute and implement those programs
  • Demonstrate OUT OF SIGHT educational program offerings
  • Provide a safe learning environment for all OUT OF SIGHT participants
  • Assist with the design/coordination of launching and culminating events
  • Assist with the training of teen facilitators and park staffers to conduct OUT OF SIGHT activities
  • Document activities for weekly reports and social media
  • Assist with data collection, attendance tracking and follow up communications
  • Other duties, as requested

 

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  • Experience teaching teens and pre-teens in visual art
  • Highly skilled in the discipline of visual art
  • Knowledge required to teach diverse sets of teen groups
  • Demonstrated ability to build and implement unique, innovative, and engaging curriculum
  • Proven time management skills
  • Genuine willingness and interest in collaborative practices
  • Commitment to the core principles of OUT OF SIGHT
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Light Up The North - SHINE Emerging Artist Programme 2019

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Light Up the North (LUTN) is a network of 6 light festivals across the north of England. In 2019, three of the festivals are joining together to award bursaries to emerging artists working with light, to produce and exhibit new commissions at their 2019 light festivals.

SHINE Emerging Artist Programme 2019

The SHINE programme aims to nurture and develop new talent, giving artists the opportunity to exhibit or perform new work at three of the LUTN festivals (Light Night Leeds, Light Up Lancaster, Lightwaves at Salford Quays). Up to three artists or collectives will be awarded bursaries of up to £4,000 each to realise their new artwork. The artwork has to be suitable for outdoor winter light festivals, artistically challenging/interesting and of high quality, have a strong element of digital/technology within its design, and be resilient enough to withstand the winter weather at multiple festivals (October - December) and transportation across our festival network.

As well as financial support, each artist will also receive a full induction to the programme, as well as training and mentoring from across the LUTN partnership. We will work directly with commissioned artists to support their development, with guidance in areas such as marketing, finance, production, risk assessments and fundraising. 

To be eligible to apply to the SHINE programme you must be a UK-based artist who is perceived as an emerging talent (regardless of age) with the ability to achieve their ideas to a high quality. We are specifically looking for artists that involve digital technology in the making and outcome of their proposal. Please read the full information and FAQs before submitting your application via CuratorSpace.  

The deadline for submissions is 5pm Monday 3rd June 2019

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