Art Career 101

Starting and growing a career in the arts is no easy task. At Art Career 101 we’ve set out to help job seekers, job candidates, and career counselors understand the art world so you can more effectively reach your goals.

Here, you’ll find useful information on topics such as salaries, positions, and networking for the art job market. We also look forward to hearing your thoughts or questions. Comment on any article or visit our contact page to let us know what you’re worried about!

We can also help you take the next step toward your dream job in the arts:

  1. Visit our art jobs search engine
  2. Open an ArtsTie profile so recruiters and organizations can find you!
Sloan Strader, Registrar

Searching for Meaning and Justice in Archives and Loan Forms: The Beginnings of a Museum Information Management Career in NYC

In taking this time to reflect and document the beginning of my career in the museum field, I think back to my passion for justice—  specifically thinking critically about power structures in regards to information and how that informs our sense of the world around us. When I was an undergraduate student in the Pacific Northwest at the University of

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SFCV Launches California Job Board for the Arts

Published on June 25, 2018. San Francisco Classical Voice, the online publication with a mission to “engage audiences, artists, and arts organizations, and forge meaningful connections through music journalism,” just launched a California art jobs portal with help from ArtsTie. By leveraging ArtsTie’s real-time art job feeds, the storied publication will be able to provide comprehensive listings of job opportunities in the arts

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ArtsTie Accepted To MIT/Rice Entrepreneurship Success Initiative

ArtsTie is happy to announce that we have been accepted into the Entrepreneurship Success Initiative (ESI) sponsored by MIT and Rice University. The Entrepreneurship Success Initiative is a new study by researchers from Rice University and MIT that is trying to find out what systems, decisions, backgrounds, and training lead to successful startups. Their team is led by Yael Hochberg,

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2017 Summer Internships in the Arts – APPLY NOW!

Summer is fast approaching. Here are a few prestigious internships that will help you explore or launch your arts career: The Rubin Museum offers a paid internship through the ArtsINTERN program. Unpaid internships are also available, make sure you visit their site. The Delaware Art Museum’s Appel Education Internship is a summer internship intended for rising juniors and seniors, graduate

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