184 South Street
Boston, MA 02111
Date Posted: August 15, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
TurningArt brings artwork from today's most talented artists into offices nationwide. We work with more than one thousand painters, photographers, and mixed-media artists to provide our clients with a rotating collection of artwork that's engaging and fresh. Interactive placards give clients' employees and visitors a chance to learn more about artists and their work, while periodic rotations ensure that workspaces are never dull. We even offer technology that lets employees participate in artwork selection. And as a full service artwork company, we make all of this—curation to installation—effortless.
You're a current student interested in learning about how to help artists advance their careers. Many people describe you as "organized", "good with technology" and you are excited to work in a small, close-knit environment dedicated to helping bring art to a wider audience. If you are detail-oriented, have a good work ethic, and are a fast learner, then you are a good fit.
This is a great role for someone who’s interested in seeing how a start-up company operates, while at the same time working with artists and other creative individuals. This is a summer internship for credit; hours are flexible according to the intern's schedule.
This position is based at our Boston office in the leather district (a block from South Station). To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your your resume and cover letter, and be sure to include the position title in the subject of your email.
TurningArt is a Boston-based artwork service for consumers, businesses and real estate nationwide. With a proprietary catalog of artworks from more than one thousand contemporary painters, photographers, sculptors, installation and mixed-media artists, TurningArt provides clients with collections of artwork that are engaging, fresh, and local. As a full-service artwork company, we handle the entire process from design through on-site installation. We've been featured on NPR, The CBS Early Show, and the Wall Street Journal, and have served thousands of happy clients across the country.
Homepage banner image: Detail of glassworks by Carrie Gustafson (Mass Cultural Council Crafts Fellow ’11).
¹ Americans for the Arts. (2017). “Arts & Economic Prosperity 5: The Economic Impact of Nonprofits and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in the State of Massachusetts.” Retrieved from www.AmericansForTheArts.org
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