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DescriptionArtsicle is hiring Spring and Summer interns! Love art? Ready to join one of the fastest growing startups in NYC? Want to have some fun with your internship? If so, keep reading!
Artsicle interns will learn about startup life, tech, the art world, and what it means to build something. You’ll be exposed to a ton of other great startups, mentors, investors. You’ll visit artist’s studios, stop by gallery openings, and help build something world changing. You can build new skills and develop a portfolio of real work. And we think you’ll have fun, too.
You’ll have a very flexible schedule and can often work from anywhere (minimum of 5 hours/wk). Internships are unpaid but we are able to offer college credit. And hey, if we all get along, we might just ask you to stick around fulltime.
Check out the description below and apply!
Think you have an eye for the next great artistic talent? Love exploring open studios, MFA shows, and the outer reaches of Brooklyn? Want to help artists gain exposure and collectors? Then this is the role for you!
Artsicle currently represents hundreds of artists in the New York area, all of whom are hand-selected by the Artsicle curatorial team - and its time for more! As a Curatorial Intern you will help us discover incredible artists, develop relationship with them, and help them successfully join the Artsicle family. We’re always looking for more ways to support our artists and help them grow their careers, so we’d love to hear your ideas.
IMPORTANT - Apply here: https://artsicle.uncover.com/jobs/45/apply
ResponsibilitiesRecruit new artists, visit their studios, & onboard the best-of-the-best
Develop blog content, such as studio visit interviews
Curate artwork for corporate clients, events, & other opportunities
Represent Artsicle to the larger artist community
RequirementsInterest in art - You don’t need a degree in Art History, but you do need to love spending time around art & artists. Previous experience writing about art is great.
People Person - You need to be able to interact with all different types of people with comfort and ease.
Organizational Skills - You’re gonna be looking at a lot of art & talking to a lot of artists at a pretty rapid pace; organization is essential to keeping all these efforts afloat.
Strong Writing- You will be representing Artsicle to a broad audience, and potentially asked to contribute to the Artsicle blog.
Start-up attitude- We’re passionate about what we do, and we want you to be too.
You can learn more about our mission, team, and culture at www.artsicle.com/jobs.