Fine Arts Program Specialist (MGT)-21035 Job Opening

September 21st, 2018

Primary Location: DC-Washington

Employee Status: Regular

Overtime Status: Exempt

Job Type: Standard

Travel: No

Shift: Day Job

Years of Experience Required: 3

Education Required: Master’s or Equivalent Exp.

Relocation Provided: Yes

Salary Grade Low: 23

Posting Date: Sep 16, 2018

Position Description

The Incumbent will be a skilled museum professional who provides administrative, technical, and supervisory expertise to the Fine Arts Program Director in the daily management and operation of the Fine Arts Program and its collection by executing curatorial duties and collection management duties.

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RAIR is pleased to announce the open call for applications for the 2019 residency season

September 7th, 2018

RAIR is pleased to announce the open call for applications for the 2019 residency season.

RAIR is a non-profit arts organization uniquely situated within a construction and demolition recycling center in Northeast Philadelphia. RAIR’s residency program provides artists on-site access to recovered materials and a studio space to produce work. The RAIR workspace includes a large project space, wood shop equipment, metalworking facilities, access to the waste stream for materials, and a material storage area. Artists in residence receive attentive support from RAIR’s staff who act as liaisons between the artist and the recycling facility. In addition to providing artists on-site access to recovered materials, construction equipment, and a fully-equipped studio space, RAIR’s Residency Program offers artists the opportunity to use the entire 3.5-acre facility as an expansive project space for the development and presentation of ambitious experimental work. Read the rest of this entry »

SBF Artist Fellowship

August 31st, 2018

The SBF Artist Fellowship represents an alliance between survivors of sexual assault and/or domestic violence and artists who seek to make an impact both in their creative pieces and their daily lives. The fellowship is the first of its kind. If selected, artists have the opportunity to have their pieces displayed in an online gallery and sold in a charity auction. All proceeds benefit the start-up nonprofit Survivor’s Best Friend, which unites shelter animals with survivors of sexual assault and/or domestic violence one adoption at a time. SBF Artist Fellows will be ambassadors for change and proof of the positive forces behind art and creativity. To learn more and apply please visit:


Part time paid Internship for the CultureZohn arts and culture website

August 20th, 2018

Part time paid Internship for the CultureZohn arts and culture website


Former Culture Columnist Huffpost, Contributor to Vanity Fair, Wallpaper, ArtNet seeks motivated grad with excellent tech and writing skills for SquareSpace, Gmail, newsletters and all social media platforms with strong background in art, architecture, film, dance, books for growing arts and culture website. Candidate must be self starting, organized, savvy, can work remotely. Number of hours per week varies but work can be done on flexible schedule. In person first meeting in Los Angeles or New York a must. Minimum wage. Contact with CV and cover note.

36 Chase & Barns Residency

August 17th, 2018

Writers, art historians and curatorial candidates of color and any applicants who are creating works and/or conducting research and criticism specifically addressing the overlooked contributions of female artists, artists of color and artists from the LGBTQ communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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August 17th, 2018



Become an Intern at 18th Street Arts Center during the school year! We have openings for interns in the events, programs, and communications.


18th Street Arts Center’s internships are designed to give students real world professional experience. We offer self-directed creative projects which in the past have included opportunities to curate shows, program events, and publish their own writing in arts publications and in our annual catalogue, and documentary initiatives. Each project depends on the interests of the individual and on the framework of the internship. As such, our interns are given the opportunity to develop their resumes with real accomplishments that have genuine professional impact. These are unpaid volunteer internship (college credit eligible) opportunities. Read the rest of this entry »

Intern with Let America Vote

August 15th, 2018

You’re invited to intern with Let America Vote, Jason Kander’s grassroots organization that is dedicated to protecting voting rights. We are now accepting applications for our fall internship and fellowship programs. We are looking for bright, energetic individuals who want to learn the nuts and bolts of how top-notch grassroots organizing works. Read the rest of this entry »


August 14th, 2018


LACE offers undergraduates and recent graduates the opportunity to participate in the gallery’s programming while gaining experience at a non-profit arts organization.  Internships provide training in areas such as administration, development, research, communications, and facility operations. Students interested in art and arts administration will especially benefit from this experience. Applicants must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a keen attention to detail, and a willingness to work in a hands-on group environment. LACE will work with each intern’s special interests to ensure a positive learning experience.

Internship Programs include:
– Gallery Guide
– Production
– Communications

LACE Internship Requirements:
Excellent communication skills. Weekend and evening availability. Genuine interest in contemporary art. Willingness to learn about current and upcoming exhibitions. Proactive work ethic. Ability to work collaboratively and independently. Previous gallery or arts-related experience is preferred but not required. Technical experience (a/v operations) is a plus.

Unpaid position. Minimum 4 months commitment. Intern alumni receive: 1 year LACE Friend Membership & North American Reciprocal Membership, written referral and school credit (if applicable).

Application Deadline:
Application submissions are accepted on a year round basis. All positions are recruited on a year round basis.


Send a resume, a cover letter and 1-3 professional/educational references to:

Jackie Castillo, Gallery Assistant /

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August 8th, 2018


David Wiseman Studio is looking to hire a full-time artist assistant with at least 3 years of ceramics studio experience to join our team of makers. A strong background in mold making (plaster and rubber), slip-casting, glazing, sculpting is required but dexterity, curiosity and adaptability to shift to other media is also important. Wax prep for bronze casting is a frequent task, so a working knowledge of wax welding and casting processes is helpful. The studio is a creative and ever-evolving environment that responds to the various projects in production; an “all hands on deck” attitude is required in order to be successful in this position. At times an employee would be expected to work with a wide range of media such as terrazzo, glass enamel, plaster, and epoxy resin. Candidate must demonstrate excellent communication skills. Competency in Spanish would be helpful but not required. Please send your resume to



August 2nd, 2018


Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Communications is seeking a video intern for the fall and winter. The Mayor’s Office of Communications develops strategies for communicating with the public through earned and digital media. The video intern will work closely with the digital team on projects that explain the Mayor’s programs and policies. Read the rest of this entry »