Career Opportunities

Sales Associate, David Kordansky Gallery

David Kordansky Gallery is seeking a highly motivated and organized professional who wants to be part of a rapidly growing, internationally renowned contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles. The Sales Associate role is a full-time salaried position, five days per week (Tuesday – Saturday), and requires flexibility for additional hours and travel based on the needs of the Gallery. A competitive benefits package is offered.

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Sales Associate, Dolby Chadwick Gallery

Dolby Chadwick Gallery seeks a high-energy, intuitive sales professional with substantial experience.

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Content Manager, HEMPHILL Fine Arts

HEMPHILL, a leading gallery of contemporary art in Washington, DC, seeks a new addition to its gallery staff. The Content Manager is responsible for organizing and presenting gallery content for the promotion of the gallery and its artists and exhibitions, artwork inventory, and consignments.

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Donor Relations Manager, First Nations Development Institute

The Donor Relations Manager is part of the development team and responsible for implementing the donor relations strategy in conjunction with the Vice President of Communications, Grantmaking & Development and the Individual Giving Director. The Donor Relations Manager
supports the development team’s efforts to broaden First Nations’ individual donor base, providing major gift, sustainer and planned giving donor pipelines, along with supporting direct response activities generating a growing revenue stream for the organization.

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The Faith Flanagan Mentorship Program

The Faith Flanagan Mentorship Program provides ArtTable Chapter mentorship, resources and support with​in the D​.C. Chapter to a few select individuals with at least 2 years of experience in the visual arts field. The Mentorship Program focuses on the empowerment and growth of the next generation of arts leaders through building relationships and offering progressive programming. The D.C. Chapter will select up to 3 women for a one-year Mentorship beginning Fall 2020.

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Art Space and Outreach Director, Through the Flower

The Board of Directors of Through the Flower seeks a dynamic, self-starting individual who is passionate about advancing its mission and agenda, to lead as Art Space and Outreach Director.

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Part Time Development Specialist, Deborah Remington Charitable Trust for the Visual Arts

Part-time development specialist needed to secure funding for a catalogue to accompany the exhibition: Deborah Remington: Kaleidoscopic Vision.

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Curatorial Fellowship in Afro-Caribbean Art, Caribbean Cultural Center of the African Diaspora

The CCCADI Curatorial Fellowship in Afro-Caribbean Art is dedicated to emerging curators of color committed to the artistic and cultural production of the Afro-Caribbean and its Diaspora, including the Dutch, English, French, and Spanish-speaking Caribbean. The year-long Curatorial Fellowship will provide mentorship, curatorial training, and institutional support to Ten Fellows. The goals are to elevate and deepen Fellows’ curatorial practice and knowledge of Caribbean African Diaspora Art and culture; advance professional development; and exchange ideas and best practices with notable curators, scholars, artists, and cultural workers about important issues in the field.

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Advancement Officer, Greater Reston Arts Center

Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) seeks a well-organized, self-motivated, contemporary art enthusiast to take the lead role in fundraising and oversight of marketing/communications. The opportunity comes at a time when the institution is ready to implement a brand/name change (following a yearlong review with professional assistance) and reposition as an institute of contemporary art – a transition that will better align with its position and vision as a leader in the region’s cultural conversation.

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Director, Communications & Marketing, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego is seeking a Director of Communications +Marketing to direct the Museum’s communications and marketing efforts to promote MCASD and its collections, programs, activities, exhibitions, and facilities to local, national, and international audiences in an effort to support and promote the Museum’s positioning, branding, visibility, audience, and visitor growth.  Support the mission and vision of the Museum throughout performance of duties.     

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