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Director

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Contemporary Art Gallery in Brooklyn, with a focus on the diaspora, seeks a highly motivated and experienced Director.
Successful applicants should have 8 – 10 years of gallery experience, with 5 years minimum experience as a Director.
Strong knowledge of international contemporary art, existing client base and relationships with artists, along with excellent management and communication skills are required.  

 

Responsibilities include: 

Oversee day-to-day gallery operations 

Research new artists, guest curators and art fair opportunities 

Work with gallery owner and guest curators to select artwork for exhibitions and art fairs 

Supervise exhibitions including:  

Working with guest curators for artist liaising 

managing artwork fabrication, printing, framing, and shipping 

overseeing installation and deinstallation 

writing and editing press releases and organizing support materials  

assisting in press solicitations 

distributing client previews and sales outreach  

 

Responsible for all aspects of sales for gallery including outreach to museum curators and institutions 

Work with registrar to manage inventory, consignment agreements and loan agreements 

Manage vendor and external relationships including shippers, mounters, printers, framers, craters, art handlers, suppliers, etc. 

Prepare international art fair applications 

Supervise all logistics for art fairs including shipments of art, travel, installation and support materials  

Serve as gallery representative at select art fairs 

Strategize and oversee gallery’s online and social media presence 

 

Qualifications include: 

BA from four-year college or university in art history or related field 

MA or MFA required 

Experience handling artwork, including vintage photography, mixed media, and painting 

Curatorial track record 

Experience with social media 

Excellent writing skills 

Experience working with museum curators and institutions 

Proven leader 

Team player 

Highly motivated to be an active participant in the New York art scene 

 

Additional Requirements: 

Available to work Tuesday-Saturday 

Available to travel and work at art fairs and other events 

 

Salary is commensurate with experience plus benefits. 

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Ballet Hispánico Company Audition

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Ballet Hispánico
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The Ballet Hispánico Company, led by Artistic Director and CEO Eduardo Vilaro, seeks experienced male and female dancers with strong classical and contemporary training.

A minimum of 3-5 years of professional dance experience is required.
Auditions are for 2020 season contracts with immediate start-dates available.

Dancers must be warm and ready to learn repertory.

Wednesday, January 8
Ballet Hispánico
167 West 89th Street
New York, NY 10024

Registration: 10:00am
Audition: 11:00am-4:00pm

Please bring:
- 8 x 10 in. Headshot
- Resume

NO FEE!
Ballet Hispánico is an AGMA affiliated Company

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Listing Deadline: 
Tuesday, January 8, 2019

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Researcher, Art Historian in Spain

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This is an independent job position.

We will call on you each time we need research to be performed in Paris.



Each assignment is paid by the hour or a flat fee, by mutual agreement.


-Those people should have a degree in Art History.

-Be fluent in English.

-Actually live within the city limits or Madrid, not the far suburbs.

-Preferably, he\she has some experience doing research.

-They should already have the relevant art museum or municipal library cards.

 The researcher must be physically familiar with the main art libraries in the city 

- Must be absolutely fluent in local language and preferably be native speakers

-Preferably, retired person or student.

Please send your CV to fineart.recruiter@gmail.com 

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Researcher, Art History

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This is an independent job position.

We will call on you each time we need research to be performed in London.



Each assignment is paid by the hour or a flat fee, by mutual agreement.


-Those people should have a degree in Art History.

-Be fluent in English.

-Actually live within the city limits or London, not the far suburbs.

-Preferably, he\she has some experience doing research.

-They should already have the relevant art museum or municipal library cards.

 The researcher must be physically familiar with the main art libraries in the city ( London)


- Must be absolutely fluent in local language and preferably be native speakers

-Preferably, retired person.

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Winter/Spring Internship

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December 2, 2019

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Throughout the year, Textile Arts Center accepts motivated students, artists and hobbyists to its Internship Program. TAC seeks individuals who are eager to learn more about how it works as an organization, as well as those who want to share their skill set with TAC while learning on the job.

As part of Textile Arts Center’s mission to act as a resource facility for the textile community, the program allows for a mutually beneficial relationship, and a comprehensive way to engage with the community at large. Through specific responsibilities, as well as individual projects suited to the intern, we seek to give our interns experience to enhance their knowledge of working in a small arts organization. In addition, TAC compensates interns through access to classes and equipment in exchange for their work contributions that allow TAC to provide all it does for the community.

 

PERKS INCLUDE...

• Association with a small but growing arts organization focused on the textile and fiber community that holds classes, workshops, exhibitions, guest lectures, screenings while working with esteemed teachers, artists and designers from the textile industry and art world. 

• Access to our open studio facilities, equipment, and $1000 of class credit!

• Collaborative + communicative environment – new ideas are always welcome! Interns are an integral part of the TAC team

• Hands-on opportunity to learn about a small arts organization, as well as specific techniques and skills

 

ELIGIBILITY + SELECTION PROCESS

Generally, preference is given to students who are able to receive credit for their internship, but we accept applications from anyone with a strong passion for the textile arts and a desire to work with an organization with a model such as TAC’s. Applicants must be 18 years of age.

After reviewing applications, we will contact all those who seem like a good fit for specific internships, and we will conduct an interview. If you are unable to make the interview in person, we will schedule a Skype conversation. Interviews will be conducted by specific supervisors. After interviews are complete for those contacted, we will be in touch via email to let you know about your internship status. 

 As we base our interview selections on your answers in this application, please be thorough and honest in your answers!

 For all internship related inquiries, please email submit@textileartscenter.com.

 

POSITIONS DESCRIPTIONS + SUPERVISORS

Studio - Interns have the opportunity to learn about the daily operations and management of a public arts studio. Responsibilities include: managing inventory, material sourcing + purchasing, maintenance procedures, studio readiness, class prep, and specialty projects. 

Supervisor: Studio Manager

 

Youth Education - Interns have the opportunity to work directly in a classroom setting with a variety of textile techniques. Interns are responsible for aiding the Youth Programs Director and Instructors during class time. Interns are encouraged to take on the responsibility of teaching single classes their own. Responsibilities include: helping with class prep + breakdown, working on program development and curriculum writing. 

Supervisor: Education Managers

 

Admin + Social Media - Interns get hands-on experience with helping to grow an arts organization through outreach and outward-facing interaction. Interns also work on researching and developing new materials to promote textile education to a larger audience. Responsibilities include: basic design and content creation for marketing collateral and social media platforms, basic data reporting and spreadsheet maintenance, assisting with seasonal event planning.

Supervisor: Co-Executive Director, Director of Operations

 

Artist Programs (not available as Summer Internship) -  Interns aid in running the two residency programs at TAC, Artists in Residence and Work In Progress, and in developing other resources and opportunities for artists. Responsibilities include aiding in scheduling and curriculum development,  attending weekly classes + meetings, documentation, interview + writing artist features for our blog, research and promotion of textile events, and aiding in organization/curating exhibitions.

Supervisor: Co-Executive Director

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GALLERY INTERN

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November 14, 2019

Space776 is seeking a highly motivated applicant for our Fall 2019 internship position.

This internship is a wonderful opportunity for someone seeking to gain a better understanding of the daily operations of an international contemporary art gallery.

 

The position is 1 or 2 days per week. Interns will have the opportunity to work alongside gallery employees and embark on research and administrative projects.

 

We are seeking someone who is highly organized and detail-oriented, with excellent communication skills and a professional demeanor.

Responsibilities will include providing assistance with day-to-day gallery operations.

 

The gallery schedule is from 12pm to 6 pm, Start date is immediate.

Compensation Transportation will be provided.

 

 

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