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Posted: Sunday, September 24, 2017 12:05 AM



Jim Kempner Fine Art is a gallery located in the heart of the Chelsea art community specializing in contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, and work on paper. Jim Kempner Fine Art seeks bright, responsible, and positive interns to support the front desk, gallery staff, and general operations. The ideal candidate will be resourceful, highly organized and personable.

Working alongside gallery employees, interns will have the opportunity to conduct research, carry out administrative and digital projects, and assist during exhibition openings and events. Interns will also be responsible for specific projects based on their individual areas of interest. Applicants should be dependable and punctual and must demonstrate a professional demeanor. We are looking for interns to work 3 days a week from September through December. The gallery is open Tuesday- Saturday from 10- 6, and Sunday 12- 5.

This is a wonderful opportunity for highly motivated candidates interested in contemporary art to learn about the inner-workings of a New York City art gallery. Requirements: -An interest in the visual arts must be demonstrated -Cleanliness, organizational skills, and attention to detail is required -Maturity and a cheerful attitude is required -Candidates must possess strong interpersonal skills including but not limited to pleasant phone manners and ability to work efficiently with others

Additional Information: The internship is unpaid. A daily stipend is provided for lunch. Interns may arrange to receive academic credit.

How to apply:
Those interested in applying should submit a resume and a brief cover letter (PDF format) with the subject line "Gallery Internship".

*Please make sure to include your availability.

Send all application materials via e-mail to: Gallery Manager, Isabel Sullivan


• Location: Manhattan

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