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Frieze Art Fair 2018 in New York, NY on May 5, 2018. (Photo by Stephen Smith/Art Zealous)

11 Jobs in the Art World You Can Apply to Right Now

Art Frankly is LinkedIn for the art world, a perfect platform for browsing for a new position. It’s a place for art aficionados to seek and post jobs, find spaces and discover other opportunities while building a professional presence.

 

We love Art Frankly because it allows you to find a job, hire an intern, rent an exhibition space, endorse a residency program, suggest a studio swap, recommend an installer and more.

 

Here are 11 exciting opportunities we found on Art Frankly that you can apply to right now.

 

1. WhatRegistrar

Who: James Cohan Gallery

Where: New York, NY

James Cohan, a contemporary art gallery with two locations in Manhattan, is searching for an experienced Registrar. Apply here

 

 

2. What: Internship

Who: Culture Corps

Where: New York, NY

Culture Corps is an art advisory and consulting firm that provides curatorial programming, art acquisitions, and highly-visible site-specific commissions for select clientele. Culture Corps is seeking a Winter/Spring 2019 intern with a strong interest in contemporary art to provide support for the Founding Partners, Director, and Project Coordinator on current projects, client relations,
administrative matters, and functional aspects of day-to-day business. Apply here

 

3. What: Digital Content and Rights Coordinator

Who: Judd Foundation

Where: New York, NY

The Judd Foundation maintains and preserves Donald Judd’s permanently installed living and working spaces, libraries, and archives in New York and Marfa, Texas. They are seeking a Digital Content & Rights Coordinator to oversee the administration and distribution of digital content across various projects and platforms. Apply here

 

4. What: Internship

Who: The Brant Foundation

Where: New York, NY

The Brant Foundation is seeking hard-working and enthusiastic interns for its East Village space, opening to the public in March with an expansive survey of works by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Apply here

 

5. What: International Logistics Manager

Who: Fritz Ewins

Where: Brooklyn, NY

Fritz Ewins Inc. is seeking an experienced International Logistics Manager to lead our International shipping department. Candidate will work closely with office and operations staff, clients, and vendors to coordinate timely and safe shipments. Apply here

 

 

6. What: Barjeel Global Fellowship

Who: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Where: Chicago, IL

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago is now accepting applications for the new Barjeel Global Fellowship, offered in collaboration with the Barjeel Art Foundation. This exciting opportunity serves as an opportunity for budding international curators to learn and work in a pioneering, globally-focused American institution and invites a young, new perspective from the Middle East and/or North Africa regions to the MCA. The fellow will engage in exhibition- and/or collection-related research, write reports on possible acquisitions, and help curators plan and organize exhibitions and programming. Apply here

 

7. What: Associate Producer for Arts and Cultural Programming

Who: Montclair State University

Where: Montclair, NJ

The Office of Arts + Cultural Programming (ACP) at Montclair State University is seeking to fill the position of Associate Producer. The Associate Producer supports the programs produced and presented by ACP at Montclair State University with emphasis on its acclaimed performing arts series, Peak Performances and co-curricular initiatives connected with it. Apply here

 

8. What: Diversity in Arts Leadership Internship

Who: Americans for the Arts, Arts and Business Council of New York

Where: Washington, DC

The Diversity in Arts Leadership internship program is a paid, intensive summer experience designed to promote cultural equity in the arts management field and seeks candidates from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in arts leadership. Apply here

 

 

9. What: Assistant Director

Who: Nathalie Karg Gallery

Where: New York, NY

Founded in 2012 and located on the Lower East Side, Nathalie Karg Gallery represents a roster of fifteen emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery is seeking a full time Assistant Director to oversee gallery operations, liaise with artists, interface with clients, manage interns, and oversee gallery database. Apply here

 

10. What: Lighting Supervisor and Assistant Stage Manager

Who: Ballet Hispanico

Where: New York, NY

The Lighting Supervisor & Assistant Stage Manager (LS & ASM) is a part-time nonexempt employee of Ballet Hispánico reporting to and assisting the Director of Production. The LS & ASM provides oversight and assistance for all Ballet Hispánico electrics and lighting production activities and support the production goals of Ballet Hispánico including stagecraft, properties, scenery, and dancer management.

Apply here

 

11. What: Founding Associate

Who: Dasthe Art Morocco

Where: Casablanca, Morocco

The DASTHE platform hopes to connect contemporary artists, according to their practices, issues or schools with independent art spaces and artists-run spaces, in order to allow them to allow them to produce exhibitions. The platform defends the idea of the contemporary artist as an entrepreneur and aims to encourage the emergence of a scene of independent creators. Apply here