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ORGANIZATION: Artists Talk On Art

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An established NYC-based non-profit visual arts organization seeks a capable individual with experience designing and maintaining a website using Square Space. Artists Talk On Art,founded in 1974, features weekly artists, critics and curators in panel discussions and dialogues, delivered via Zoom worldwide.
Two main missions related to the website: first to maintain and update the content of the website with images and data coming from our programming director and other staff on a weekly and monthly basis, having to do primarily with content of upcoming programs. Second, to replace the current site design with a template and typography approved by the board the reflects the look of contemporary art museums and other similar non--profit arts organizations. You will be interacting and coordinating with other ATOA volunteers/interns who handle the social media posts. Involves weekly updates and periodic design tweaks .
Usefull Work skills ...experience utilizing templates for web design, familiar with common often used platforms and software such as Squarespace, Wix, Wordpress, etc. Other useful skills would include Adobe suite, MS Office and similar programs.
Enthusiasm about the visual arts is a plus!
Time and Place...both flexible ...estimated hours per week - 6 to 8 including time spent working on swapping existing design into new template.
Respond with resume/CV and web URL samples you have created or worked onto: Douglas I. Sheer, President Artists Talk On Art -

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About Artists Talk On Art


PO BOX 1384, NEW YORK, NY 10113, US

Mission Statement

Artists Talk On Art (ATOA) is a critical forum for aesthetic opinions and best practices among artists and throughout the art community.


Founded in 1974, ATOA is the art world's longest running and most prolific panel discussion series. Over 6,000 artists and other art world members have been presented and doumentedin more than 1,400 events in New York City. The Archive of Amrican Art of the Smithsonian will be the eventual recipient of the entire archive of audio and visual materials.


Arts & Culture
Computers & Technology
Media & Broadcasting
Arts & Culture, Computers & Technology, Media & Broadcasting


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Website Programming
  • Website Project Management
  • Web Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Basic Computer Skills




  • adequate time to do weekly updates and ability to work with other team members to fulfill tasks
  • not required, but enthusiasm for the visual arts and desire to support a historic nyc arts organization is a plus....

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