ART POSITIONS COURSES PLACEMENTS
Looking to change course in your career? Browse the new art opportunities available now on Art Radar’s newest service, the Art Radar Jobs page. New additions to the page will be featured each week.
Art Radar Jobs is a convenient archive of a diverse array of jobs in the visual arts. Whether artist or aspiring curator, Art Radar Jobs will have opportunities that fit you!
Reader offer! For the next three months we will be offering free job listings to all of our readers. If you would like to advertise your opportunity to 13,000 visitors a month contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date: 31 May 2012
New this week!
Singapore | Gallery Assistant | Linda Gallery – apply by 11 March 2012
Great for young professionals! Full-time position available organising contemporary gallery’s exhibition programming, marketing to potential clients and managing administrative responsibilities. Open to recent grads. MORE HERE
World-wide | Editor-in-chief | Art Bulletin – apply by 2 April 2012
Half-time position for an editorial position with prestigious art periodical. Candidates must be established scholars who have published extensively in their field. MORE HERE
Jerusalem | Curator of Contemporary Art | The Israel Museum – apply by 16 March 2012
Curate for an established Middle Eastern museum. Position available to applicants with at least a B.A. in art history and significant experience in curating contemporary art. MORE HERE
California | Residency Fellowship | Kala Art Institute – apply by 18 May 2012
Do you create art that engages the public in non-traditional ways? If so, you’re an ideal candidate for one of the Kala Art Institutes’ nine fellowships for innovative art proposals. MORE HERE
London | Call for Artists | The Other Art Fair – apply by 16 March 2012
Are you an artist in London? Apply to exhibit at The Other Art Fair, to run from 10 to 13 May 2012. Last year’s fair attracted over 4000 viewers. MORE HERE
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