13 Dec, 2019

Gallery Intern – Galerie Ora-Ora

Internship

A fine art gallery and art consultant in Hong Kong is inviting high-caliber individuals to join:

Responsibilities:
- Assist in preparing for exhibitions and related art events or international art fairs , including Taipei Dangdai 2020 and Art Basel Hong Kong 2020
- Assist in daily operations of the gallery space, event planning ( e.g exhibition opening or VIP events) and related administrative tasks
- Assist in art researching, prepare exhibition materials, translations and marketing collaterals

Requirements:
- Degree in Fine Arts, Art History, English Literature, Chinese History, Marketing, Communication Studies (or currently studying in related fields)
- Passion and knowledgeable in contemporary art
- Responsible, organised and self-motivated
- Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese are essential
- Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
- Immediate availability preferred

Please apply with resume and cover letter to [email protected] .

12 Dec, 2019

Full-time Project Intern - Hong Kong Art Gallery Association

Internship

Summary 

Hong Kong Art Gallery Association is currently seeking a graduate intern to assist the general planning, coordination and execution of HKAGA’s programme in 2020. 

  • Working Hours: 10 am-7 pm, Monday to Friday, work on the weekend may be required right before and on Event Days. 
  • Commitment: 3 months (January to March 2019) 
  • Monthly stipend will be provided 

Responsibilities 

Assist in the general planning, coordination and execution of HKAGA programme, including but not limited to: 

  • Liaise with galleries, arts and cultural organisations, government bodies, art fairs, educational institutions and corporations 
  • Prepare promotional materials and Press Releases 
  • Coordinate marketing efforts 
  • Source suppliers & vendors 
  • Translation work 
  • Support event logistics, such as Hong Kong Art Week, art talks, gallery tours and workshops 

Requirements 

  • University graduate, preferably in the Art & Culture field 
  • Proven interest in Visual Art 
  • Mature, presentable, with good communication & interpersonal skills
  • Possessing creativity, initiative & self-motivation 
  • Able to work independently & efficiently 
  • Able to multi-task, with good organisational skills 
  • Attention to detail is a must 
  • Strong command of spoken & written English & Chinese 
  • Proficiency in Putonghua is preferred 
  • Experience and skills in social media are preferred 
  • Advanced user of Microsoft Office Suite 
  • Proficiency in Graphic Design is highly preferred

To apply, please email your cover letter & CV to [email protected]. Shortlisted candidates will hear from us within 2-3 weeks of application.  

Please only apply if you can work 5 days a week for the required period. 

Deadline of application: 23 December 2019 

 

09 Dec, 2019

Intern (Part-time) – Alisan Fine Arts

Internship

Alisan Fine Arts is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated long-term intern to join our team. University students studying Fine Art, History of Art, Digital Media, or related subjects are welcome to apply.

Responsibilities:

Help exhibitions

  • Inventorizing art work once received
  • Assist in installation and dismantling of the works
  • Organize internal or external talks/tours of the exhibition
  • Assist during Art Fairs

Plan, organise, promote and market exhibitions

  • Writing press releases and disseminating
  • Assist in production of invitation cards and exhibition catalogues.

Website and social media outlets

  • We currently use Facebook, Instagram and Wechat for social media. Weekly postings are expected and more during busy weeks.
  • Other websites besides our own are Artsy and Artnet. These need to be updated weekly with gallery exhibitions inventory.

General

  • Maintain general appearance of the gallery
  • Make sure it is neat and tidy at the beginning and end of the day
  • Help file and archive books and catalogues

Requirements:

  • Minimum 6 months duration
  •  Good command of spoken and written English & Chinese (Cantonese) a must
  •  Proficiency in spoken Putonghua
  • Immediate available is highly preferred

Working Hours:

Part-time, hours flexible, expect to work a minimum 4 times a week for several hours
Gallery Hours: Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm

Please send CV and cover letter to Pansy Chiu at [email protected].

25 Oct, 2019

Gallery Intern – Galerie Ora-Ora

Internship

A fine art gallery and art consultant in Hong Kong is inviting high-caliber individuals to join:

Responsibilities:
- Assist in preparing for exhibitions and related art events or international art fairs
- Assist in daily operations of the gallery space and event planning
- Assist in art research, preparation exhibition materials, translations and marketing collaterals

Requirements:
- Degree in Fine Arts, Art History, English Literature, Chinese History, Communication / Media Studies (or currently studying in one of these fields)
- Passion and knowledge in contemporary art
- Responsible, organised and self-motivated
- Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese
- Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
- Immediate availability preferred

Please apply with resume and cover letter to [email protected] .

01 Dec, 2018

Intern - Pékin Fine Arts

Internship

The gallery offers internships for candidates looking for professional art gallery experience and training.

Responsibilities:
- Assist in updating gallery website, artist catalogues, specific projects, and upcoming exhibitions
- Assist in online art marketing; social media and online arts promotion
- Meet and greet gallery visitors as needed

Requirements:
- Computer literate, Apple OSX, etc.
- Strong English language skills and Mandarin a plus; other languages also attractive
- Well-dressed office attire, professional manner and behaviour in the office
- Willingness to be part of a team and to pitch in as needed
- Online art marketing skills, familiarity with art publications, art market information, art news information; skilled at social media and online arts promotion
- Strong attention to detail and ability to follow instructions in a timely manner a must
- 2-3 days per week, 10am-6pm. Fixed schedule.

Expected duration of the internship is no less than six months. Monthly stipend provided. Please email your CV and cover letter to [email protected]

12 Dec, 2019

Part-time Intern - Hong Kong Art Gallery Association

Internship

Summary 

A wonderful opportunity for those who would like a taste of the art world, this position is part-time and non-paid, but stipend will be provided. 

  • Working hours: 10 am-7 pm, 2-3 days per week, work on the weekend may be required on event days 
  • Minimum commitment: 3 months (January to March 2020) 

Responsibilities 

  • Update HKAGA website and social media sites 
  • Design e-banners and promotional materials 
  • Support HKAGA events for both members and the general public 
  • Support membership renewal and marketing efforts  
  • Assist Manager with daily operations and administrative work
  • Maintain the association’s database and internal records 
  • Ad hoc tasks, including but not limited to translation and design work 
  • Support event logistics, such as art talks, gallery tours and workshops 

 Requirements 

  • University student or recent graduate 
  • Proven interest in Visual Art 
  • Self-motivated, organised, and attentive to details 
  • Able to work independently and efficiently 
  • Strong command of spoken and written English and Chinese 
  • Familiar with social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter 
  • Advanced user in Microsoft Office Suite preferred 
  • Skills and experience in graphic design preferred

To apply, please email your cover letter and CV – along with sample design works (if any) – to [email protected]. Shortlisted candidates will hear from us within 2-3 weeks of application. 

Please only apply if you can work at least two days a week for the required period. 

Deadline of application: 23 December 2019. 

 

11 Dec, 2019

Gallery Internship - Ben Brown Fine Arts

Internship

Ben Brown Gallery is looking for a reliable individual who has a strong interest in developing a career in the fine art industry. Candidates will gain an in-depth experience of gallery operation and be exposed to a wide selection of artworks. Candidates will also be able to assist and participate upcoming art fairs.

Responsibilities:

- Assist in organizing upcoming exhibitions, coordinate with art fairs, gallery exhibitions
- Conduct art research, and other administration assistance
- Assist in preparation of exhibition materials and marketing collateral
- Responsible for library stock keeping and organizing
- Provide post-sale support and daily operations maintenance to the gallery

Requirements:

- Candidate with work experience in related field (art history, design, art handling, museum studies) is preferred

- Ability to complete given tasks in a timely manner

- Attention to detail with demonstration of solid research skills

- Excellent command of oral and written English and Chinese (Cantonese / Mandarin)

- Knowledge in Photoshop/AI is an advantage

- Responsible, organised, self-motivated and good problem-solving skills

- Minimum 3 months availability

Working Hours:
Monday to Saturday 11am - 7pm (min. 4 days a week)

Please submit your CV, cover letter and availability to [email protected] with the title "Gallery internship" in the subject line.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

27 Nov, 2019

Internship - Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA) Foundation

Internship

The Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA) Foundation is looking for enthusiastic individuals interested in gaining experience in a non-profit contemporary art institution. The intern will be provided with a multi-faceted and hands-on experience of working on current and upcoming exhibition and programs. The intern will participate in HOCA's curatorial and administrative processes and is encouraged to explore ideas relevant to their studies/professional interests. The intern will also be able to participate during the Foundation's art exhibition during Art Basel 2020.

 

An intern's tasks may include the following: curatorial assistance, exhibition organization, social media outreach, event planning and support, administrative, and other assigned projects. The intern will also assist HOCA team in handling day-to-day tasks at exhibition venue and delivering high quality customer service to the exhibition visitors.

 

Responsibilities
  • Enforces HOCA Foundation policies pertaining to visitors
  • Monitors works of art on display in the exhibition galleries; reports damages or losses to the HOCA Director
  • Greet visitors; accepts mail deliveries; take messages
  • Prepares daily activity and incident reports as necessary
  • Compiles a variety of records online (visitation statistics, records of class visits and assignments, etc.) and prepares reports as requested
  • Alerts appropriate authorities to safety or security problems in Art Museum, including emergency safety and fire situations, and follows approved emergency procedures
  • Assists with preparation of HOCA newsletter, social media content and annual reports

 

Requirements
  • Computer literate, Apple OSX, etc.
  • Eligible to work in Hong Kong
  • Possess some relevant working experience is preferred but not required.
  • From Early January to Late April 2020
  • Working hours are 9:30am- 6:30pm, Monday to Friday (except during exhibition periods)
  • Responsible, organized and self-motivated
  • Must be able to handle unusual/difficult situations in a courteous but authoritative manner; refers community members and visitors appropriately
  • Must be eligible to work in Hong Kong

 

Applicants should speak English and Chinese, be organized, motivated and detail oriented individuals with good writing skills, computer skills and a professional phone manner.

 

Reimbursement
This is an unpaid internship. You are responsible for the cost of traveling to and from the office.

 

Other necessary travel and purchases for work purposes will be reimbursed if agreed with your immediate supervisor in advance.
Interested applicants please submit you CV and cover letter to [email protected]

05 Mar, 2019

Gallery Assistant Internship

InternshipJob

A2Z Art Gallery Hong Kong are hiring. The job vacancies for part time and full time gallery assistant internship positions are now open. Candidates who display high potential and are willing to start immediately, will be given the opportunity to take on the internship full time and could also be offered a full time or part time role as Gallery Assistant.

Job Description: Gallery Assistant Internship

Administrative

Gallery assistants provide administrative services such as ordering office or retail supplies, answer phones, issue and manage written correspondence, and set up or confirm appointments or event schedules with artists, vendors, clients or visitors. Additionally, you should provide desktop publishing support and design mailers, posters, brochures, artist background materials and event invitations. They might also write and post classified ads for new job, internship or volunteer positions, review open position applications and train volunteers.

Exhibits and Events

Perform a wide range of duties related to exhibitions and events. Check shipments to confirm arrival of new pieces for an event; unpack and prepare pieces for display; set up exhibition or event spaces; install pieces; or pack and ship pieces previously on display. Provide help to design and coordinate an exhibit or event. Arrange catering for events, create an event schedule or coordinate with event participants.

Public Relations

The gallery assistant might also be required to provide public relations services such as issuing press releases, handle media interview arrangement, maintaining online social media accounts or greet visitors. Also to speak to visitors about an artist or specific pieces on display, or answer questions about pieces or upcoming exhibitions or events. Additionally, they might assist with the purchase and sale of artwork, manage art orders, prepare sold artwork for shipment or follow up with customers to confirm the successful arrival and good condition of sold pieces.

Other Duties

A gallery assistant could take photos for print and online usage or work on special projects. May also help maintain the gallery. For example, a gallery assistant might clean floors, windows, counters or display cases. The candidate might also be responsible for recognising threats to the gallery or artwork, and handle these threats following protocols as dictated by the gallery director, manager or owner.

Requirements:

Degree or relevant qualifications in Art History of related

Oral and written fluency in English, Cantonese and Mandarin

Eligible to work in Hong Kong

Please send CV's to [email protected] or bring your CV in person and ask to see the management.