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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 this summer. 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 10 exciting opportunities we found on Art Frankly that you can apply to right now. PS here’s a special 25% discount for Art Zealous readers to post a job, space or opportunity! Use the code FranklyArt. 

 

1. WhatPost Production Manager,

Who: Brendan Ravenhill Studio

Where: Los Angeles, California

Brendan Ravenhill Studio is a design firm located in the Glassell Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA and they need a Post Production Manager who will be responsible for delivering their product safely into the hands of their clients in a timely and attractive manner. Apply here.

 

 

 

2. What: Art Fair / Exhibitor Marketing and Sales Associate

Who: Superfine! The Fair

Where: Brooklyn, New York

Superfine! is an approachable, accessible contemporary art fair, with editions in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and Washington DC and they are seeking talented, driven marketing professionals to augment their high-performing exhibitor sales team. Apply here.

 

 

3. WhatFall/Winter Internship

Who: Prentice Art Communications

Where: New York, New York

Prentice Cultural Communications is a cultural consultancy that specializes in strategy, media relations, production, fundraising and partnerships for the art and fashion industries. If you love public relations in a fast-paced environment, this internship is for you. Apply here.

 

 

4. WhatCuratorial Assistant

Who: Dia Art Foundation

Where: New York, New York

Dia Art Foundation is looking for Curatorial Assistant based in its New York City office. This full-time, entry-level role is designed to last for a 2-year period. The Curatorial Assistant will work closely with the Deputy Director and Chief Curator and curatorial staff to provide a broad range of administrative assistance as well as exhibition- and program-related support. This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual who can capably and enthusiastically perform a support role while gaining valuable knowledge and experience to advance in a curatorial career. Apply here.

 

 

5. WhatCatalogue Raisonne Fellow

Who: Judd Foundation

Where: Marfa, Texas

The Judd Foundation is responsible for maintaining and preserving Donald Judd’s permanently installed living and working spaces, libraries, and archives in New York and Marfa, Texas. The Registrar/Catalogue Raisonné Fellow will implement best practices in the preservation and cataloging of Judd Foundation collections and will support and work closely with the Catalogue Raisonné Manager and Archivist on a variety of projects. Apply here.

 

 

 

6. WhatMarketing Assistant

Who: Pace Gallery

Where: New York, New York

One of our favorite galleries is hiring! Pace Gallery is looking for a talented Marketing Assistant who will be responsible for supporting the Marketing Manager in the development and execution of the gallery’s global marketing strategy. While the Marketing Assistant will focus largely on the development of marketing materials aimed to raise awareness of and engagement with Pace’s program and artists’ activity in the U.S., this person will also collaborate with our Europe and Asia teams to advance Pace Gallery’s holistic brand and vision globally. Apply here.

 

 

7. WhatArt Fair EXPO Chicago – Sales and Booth Assistant

Who: Carbon 12 Gallery

Where: Dubai

Want experience working at an art fair? For Expo Chicago (24-30 September 2018), Carbon 12 is seeking for an art professional, to assist the gallery director during the fair for sales and impeccable presentation of the artworks, and for set up and take down of the booth. Apply here.

 

 

 

8. WhatDevelopment Manager

Who: Finnish Cultural Institute

Where: New York, New York

The Finnish Cultural Institute in New York operates in the fields of contemporary art, design and architecture, creating dialogue between Finnish and American professionals and audiences. They are looking for a professional to help build the first steps in their development and fundraising in the US, to structure a membership program and work with them in using events and projects as a platform for corporate sponsorship and development and cultivation of a member and donor base. Apply here.

 

 

9. WhatBusiness Operations Manager

Who: Art Market Productions

Where: Brooklyn, New York

Art Market Productions, the people responsible for The Seattle Art Fair, Art Market San Francisco, Art on Paper and more, is seeking a highly motivated and reliable office and business operations manager for their Brooklyn office. Apply here.

 

 

10. WhatConference and Events Coordinator

Who: International Sculpture Center

Where: Hamilton, New Jersey

The ISP is looking for a Conference and Events Coordinator to assist in the planning, organization, marketing, and coordination of conferences and special events. The Conference and Events Coordinator works with event planning committee and reports to the Conference and Events Manager. Apply here.

 

 

11. WhatDirector

Who: School of Art, at University of Manitoba

Where: Winnipeg, Canada

The School of Art, established in 1913, is Western Canada’s oldest art institution. Situated in Winnipeg’s culturally diverse environment, it provides an opportunity for its students, faculty, and staff to engage with the global arts community. The Director will be responsible for the overall academic and administrative leadership of the School. Apply here.