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More Art is hiring a part-time Development Assistant 
Applications Due July 22, 2019. Email:

The Development Assistant is a key member of the organization’s administrative team, providing support for the Executive Director and Board of Directors. The person in this position also provides regular assistance on all matters related to individual giving and fundraising events and communications for the organization’s new membership program. This role manages the organization’s new monthly membership-giving platform.

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More Art is hiring a part-time
Artistic Coordinator for the Engaging Artists Fellowship
Applications Due July 22, 2019. Email:

This role will act as the coordinator of More Art’s Engaging Artists Fellowship program for emerging socially-engaged artists by providing part-time programmatic, and logistical support, ensuring effective and efficient operations.

The position reports directly to the Communications & Programs Director in collaboration with the Special Projects Adviser. The Artistic Coordinator will work closely with the Communications & Programs Director on all aspects of the fellowship program operations. This position will require some after hours and weekend work, in addition to regular business hours for an average of 16 hours (approx 2 days/2.5 days) per week.

The candidate should have a collaborative nature, great organizational skills, self-motivation and the ability to multitask. Familiarity with arts activism, social practice art, and community-based public art, is a must. The position requires an open, caring, and hospitable disposition, as well as the ability to set boundaries. The candidate must have basic computer skills. Preference may be given to candidates with previous experience in arts organizing and mentorship of early career artists. The ideal candidate is a practicing artist or arts educator with experience building interdisciplinary partnerships and/or community organizing.

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Volunteering is an awesome way to get involved with More Art’s art projects that take place in public spaces across NYC. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and a resume to:



Interns work closely with More Art staff to produce innovative public art projects, cultural events, and educational programs. All internships are unpaid, but stipends for work-related transportation and lunch will be provided. We are also happy to work with students who would like to complete an internship for school credit. We make every effort to tailor internship experiences to fit an intern’s skills and interests.  There may be times when we ask for help with other projects going on in the office if more hands and assistance are needed. Internships are available for both students (undergraduate and graduate) and individuals who are interested in gaining more experience in public arts administration.

There are no internship opportunities at this time.