Creative Careers Jobs Round-Up: Curatorial

Creative Careers Jobs Round-Up: Curatorial

The word curator stems from curare, which is latin for “to care.”  

At NYFA, we greatly appreciate those that care about art. Curating can give art enthusiasts an opportunity to help shape the way art is viewed or interpreted by audiences. Jay Sanders, for example, reflected on his past experiences curating for the Whitney Biennial (opening this Friday), saying: “In a sociological, structural way, the Whitney Biennial is a chance to rewire how the museum works, how you build your walls, how you ask an audience to engage with it, which has really broadened my thinking.” 

If these are the kinds of questions you’re interested in, our job board is a great resource for job-seekers interested in working in the curatorial field.

Assistant Curator
Museum of the American Arts and Crafts Movement MAACM
Palm Harbor, FL

Architecture Curatorial Assistant
The Museum of Modern Art
New York, NY

Design Curatorial Assistant
The Museum of Modern Art
New York, NY

Curatorial Assistant
The Frick Collection
New York, NY

SculptureCenter Summer Curatorial Internship
Long Island City, NY

Curatorial Intern – Summer 2017
Brooklyn, NY

Associate Curator
Public Art Fund
New York, NY

This post is part of a regular blog series, NYFA Creative Careers. Let us know what careers you’d like to learn more about by visiting us on Twitter: @nyfacurrent, and using the hashtag #NYFACreativeCareers.

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Image: Ming Fay (Fellow in Sculpture ‘07)

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