Jordan Faye Contemporary

A closer look at: Jordan Faye Contemporary

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Jordan Faye Contemporary was founded as a platform to give emerging artists a wider audience. Through its many locations, gallery exhibitions, website, and traveling shows, Jordan Faye Contemporary exposes a larger community to the engaging and thought-provoking work of dozens of artists. Currently the gallery represents eighteen artists, who are now at various stages in their careers. The mission is to show work that is not only of contemporary interest, but will be of lasting historical significance.

 

No Dandelions Lived Here, works by Randi Reiss McCormack ('89), Beth Hoeckel
No Dandelions Lived Here, works by Randi Reiss McCormack ('89), Beth Hoeckel

Jordan Faye Contemporary is redefining the role of the gallery, creating exhibitions to meet the specific needs of artists and art enthusiasts in Baltimore. JFC’s main goal is promoting the work of artists we believe in, by curating innovative shows, educating collectors about the contemporary arts, and injecting passion and enthusiasm about our artists into the community. 

 

Current MICA Intern Megan Seiter works in the studio of Jordan Faye Contemporary
Current MICA Intern Megan Seiter works in the studio of Jordan Faye Contemporary

Featured Internship Position: Jordan Faye Contemporary is looking for interns who are interested in experiencing all aspects of running a commercial gallery operation. We would love for you to have skills in using Photoshop and Illustrator. You’ll learn a variety of skills from installing exhibitions to working on putting together packages for the media, and PR. This is a hands-on experience and one no artist should miss!

Jordan Faye Contemporary will be attending the Internship + Career Fair on April 3, 2009. If you are interested in applying for an internship with JFC, then be sure to stop by, introduce yourself, and submit a resume.

Learn more about Jordan Faye Contemporary here.