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1875 Century City
Los Angeles, CA
Posted: January 31 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionArtUrbane.com sells fine art, jewelry, creative home decor and furnishings to help fund creative projects nationwide.
We are seeking a bright, ambitious, and artistic person to assist the Creative Director and photographer in putting together photoshoots.
Creative Assistant will:
1. Have a sharp eye for quality craftsmanship, design, and fine art.
2. Have a strong passion for art, design and art's influence on the existential growth of communities. In other words, you are a "meta-thinker" that enjoys taking action.
3. Want to play a large part in a start-up environment, instead of retrieving coffee. We do not want a "yes sir/maam" relationship, and we don't mind being told what's up: we are seeking visionaries and leaders.
4. Understand eloquent professionalism. A-players. Meeting deadlines is the lowest denominator.
You will learn how to work in a team environment and be involved in the beginning to end of making a creative, editorial photoshoot come to life. Meeting deadlines and time management is of upmost importance.
RequirementsTo be evaluated as a Creative Assistant, please submit the following to CreativeTeam@ArtUrbane.com.
1. The three (3) areas that most interest you (1 being the highest): fine art, furniture, ceramics, textile arts, jewelry, or fashion accessories
2. The name of your favorite artist or designer and one sentence explaining why.
3. A resume
This is a 3 month internship.
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