Love writing and keeping up with the emerging art scene? Have a fun, engaging writing style? Like covering events and documenting your experiences, as well as teaching new collectors all about art? You might be a perfect fit to join our editorial team!
For the past 6 months, we have been busy transforming the Artsicle blog in to a new destination for art lovers everywhere to discover new artists, learn about art, and read about cutting edge events. Editorial staff will be on the hunt for the perfect story, including frequently conducting interviews with individuals ranging from curators to artists. We’re always open to new ideas and thinking about how we can improve our content, expand our reach, and better engage our audience - and we’re ready for your ideas!
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.
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Develop blog content, such as studio visit interviews
Create and execute outreach strategy to potential guest writers, partners, etc
Represent Artsicle to the larger artist community
Strong Writing & Voice - Great writing skills and a unique voice will help you make a major contribution to the Artsicle blog.
People person - You’ll be asked to interview curators, artists, maybe even people on the street, so be ready to make some friends.
Organizational Skills - Be ready to juggle a few deadlines and keep track of your on schedule; we have a lot going on!
Start-up attitude - We’re passionate about what we do, and we want you to be too.
Interest 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.
Editorial experience is a plus, but not required.
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. Should the internship extend to longer than one quarter, we will pay our interns hourly.