Yo interns, we’re looking for you! Come join the dynamic team of Hyperallergic for a summer internship (mid June – August, dates flexible) and become the next big thing in the art blogosphere.
By joining us you will have a front row seat to discover the wonder and awe of the New York art world and learn all the ins and outs of the World’s Greatest New York Art Blogazine! … yes, that’s us.
We’re looking for talented individuals who can commit as little as one day a week or as much as three days a week to work with us in our offices in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
As a summer intern you will be helping us write and edit short posts, edit and organize images/videos, organize events, and learn how to ingratiate yourself to the angels and demons of the art world.
Compensation includes lunch! We know, we know, it sounds too good to be true but there’s more … we love self-starters and people with tons of enthusiasm. We ask that all applicants have a familiarity with WordPress, Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Tumblr, and all things Internet. You MUST have a Twitter account (that’s right … we want you to know how to express yourself in 140 characters or less), be excited to try new and exciting things, be able to meet deadlines, and have amazing communication skills.
If this sounds like you, drop us a line and tell us why you would be a good fit!
For Those Beyond New York
If you can’t be here in New York, have no fear, we’re still eager to hear from San Francisco and Los Angeles-based writers in particular (but other cities are cool, too) for potential assignments reviewing shows in the burgeoning Californian art scene — though we will admit that we still think New York is cooler 😉
Make Yourself Known
Artist Minouk Lim wants to offer a very different perspective on how one might deal with a grim history whose effects continue to be felt in the present.
This week: Should Washington have a national memorial for gun violence? Have cats used us to take over the world? What is Cluttercore? And more.
Organizers, artists, and land practitioners are holding public events at Iglesias Garden in a hub space supported by the Climate Justice Initiative, a project of Mural Arts Philadelphia.
The artist’s style blends aesthetic and cultural elements from Ghana, London, and New York’s graffiti scenes.
Workers told Hyperallergic that they were tired of meager pay and a lack of job security.
Jo Sandman / TRACES opens with a reception for the artist on June 3 at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in Asheville, North Carolina.
Authorities say Jean-Luc Martinez helped facilitate the Louvre’s purchase of objects illegally pillaged during the Arab Spring.
The suspects attempted to take a Basquiat artwork valued at $45,000 from Taglialatella Galleries but instead made off with a half-empty bottle of whiskey.
Funding MFAs and all full-time graduate degrees, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports immigrants and the children of immigrants in the US.
From music and architecture to comedy and horror, these films showcase Ukrainian culture and its long-held ethos of resistance.
The artists showcased in Archival Intimacies examine the colonial trauma’s impact on Asian Americans and search for ways to overcome it.
Eiffel inadvertently paints its protagonist not as a great man worthy of scrutiny or praise, but as the Elon Musk of his day.