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Associate Curator

Public Art Fund seeks an Associate Curator to play a key role in the conception, development, and implementation of its artistic programs.


Associate Project Manager

The Associate Project Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating select exhibitions, commissions, programs, and/or consulting activities; and works directly with artists, galleries, vendors, and art installers to develop and implement new and ambitious artworks.


Curatorial Intern

The Curatorial Intern will assist with curatorial research and the planning and development of current and upcoming programs. For the upcoming internship period, the intern will have the opportunity to focus on a special Public Art Fund initiative, in addition to assisting with numerous other projects at various stages of development.


Development Intern

The Development Intern will gain valuable experience in all aspects of fundraising. This is an ideal position to learn about different areas of development and special events, and become familiar with the inner workings
of a not-for-profit arts organization.


Exhibitions Intern

Public Art Fund offers an open and collaborative work environment with opportunities for exposure to all aspects of the organization’s activities. This is an ideal position to gain valuable experience in every stage of planning and realizing large-scale public art projects – from initial brainstorming to the installation of artworks.


As a non-profit organization, Public Art Fund relies on contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to make extraordinary public art available and accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds—at absolutely no charge! Gifts at every level make a difference and are 100% tax-deductible. Thank you for supporting public art!

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