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ARC is hiring!
The Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) is seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented individual to fill the position of Program Assistant. The Program Assistant will provide administrative, logistical, and project management support to the project. Under the supervision of the ARC Program Manager, the Program Assistant will help to manage the various workflows of program staff and assist in the ARC’s core activity of helping threatened artists.
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ARC has hundreds of partners in its network. If your organization works in the arts or offers resources that artists at risk can avail themselves of, then we encourage you to join the ARC network, even if serving artists at risk is not your stated mission.
Become an intern
We are currently accepting internship applications for Summer 2019!
We have openings for Program interns and a Communications intern. You can find the full internship descriptions and application instructions by clicking on the buttons below.
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Your contributions provide unrestricted operating support, helping endangered artists receive resources that can keep them safe, healthy, and free to practice their craft.
Support ARC’s mission by making a tax-deductible donation online through our secure server or send a check to:
Artists at Risk Connection
588 Broadway, Suite 303
New York, NY 10012
We are grateful for donations of any amount, from individuals and organizations. No amount is too small.
For institutional inquiries or further information, please contact Julie Trébault, director of the Artists at Risk Connection.