This week’s Five Jobs are for the hands-on and crafty. Whether you’re the burly art-handling type or a fastidious mat board cutter who loves perfect 45 degree angles, there’s something here for you to dig into.
This week’s five jobs are all about getting cozy with artists. If you want to give a boost to emerging talent, delve into the works of icons, or just commune with the ghosts of artists past, there’s something here for you to explore.
This week we bring you learnèd jobs that lie somewhere between academia and museum work. Are you a recent Museum Studies major? An artist ready for tenureship? These jobs will feel familiar to those who find comfort in places of learning.
This week we have five jobs that call, first and foremost, for responsibility. If an intense work ethic (and more than a smidgeon of perfectionism) is the name of your game, one of these could be right up your alley.
This week Five Jobs brings you employment opportunities in art education and administration. For some of these jobs, you don’t need a teaching certificate, or even a master’s, but you do need to like hanging out with kids.
Last week AFC brought you Five Jobs: Gallery Edition. This week we go institutional with full and part-time positions in NYC museums. From retail to education to curation, museums offer a myriad of different opportunities and they usually come with health benefits. Good. Take your pick.
This week for Five Jobs, AFC’s weekly jobs listing, we bring you gallery jobs. Entry level! Experienced! Somewhere smack dab in the middle! These jobs range from quality internships to exhibitions managers, so there should be a position for everyone, whether you’ve got some gallery chops or you’re just getting started.
This week we bring you assistant positions, several of which are temporary. Each one offers an opportunity to meet a wide range of coworkers in its respective institution, so even if you aren’t around for long you’ll meet a ton of important, exciting people.