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10 Jan 2013

Your vote to make Artribune Jobs possible

Your vote to make Artribune Jobs possible


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January 13rd 2013


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Artribune Jobs is about to launch an international platform to share creative job opportunities. But to make this project come true, we need your help. Here's how There's still a few days time to vote for Artribune Jobs in the context of the Prize 'Che Fare'.
The team that founded the magazine Artribune in 2011 is now working on a new revolutionary project: Artribune Jobs, an international platform designed to share professional opportunities and job offers. A tool for recruiters, employers, and jobseekers to find each other. Its focus will be the creative sector: art, photography, architecture, design, fashion and much more. But let's see the project in detail and explain how you can help through a simple vote.


'Che Fare' is a public prize launched by the team of the italian cultural magazine Doppiozero. The jury awards the best new project in the cultural field with a 100.000 Euros grant. More than 500 projects have been submitted but only 32 have been shortlisted and published on the prize's website. Now the public can vote and the first 5 will arrive to the final phase, when the jury will choose the absolute winner. That's why your vote is so important to give Artribune Jobs the chance it deserves.

Founded in 2011, Artribune has become, in the past year and a half, the most read and commented art magazine in Italy, and it has received international recognition, too. The word 'art' is used here in a very broad sense, of course: design, architecture, photography, cinema, literature, music, cuisine, etc. Artribune publishes daily on the web through its site, a newsletter and numerous social newtorks. It also has a printed bimonthlty free press publication.


Artribune Jobs is the project that Artribune chose to send to the 'Che Fare' competition. It's a platform designed to make rectuiters and job seekers meet. An online recruiting platform especially dedicated to the arts sector: visual arts, photography, architecture, design, museums, enterteinment, and all the creative carreers in general. Everyone will be able to submit his resume and, at the same time, browse the list of all the open job positions and opportunities (grants, residencies, call for entries). It will be also possible to activate a free subscription in order to receive updates and personalized alerts via e-mail (for example: one can choose to be alterted every time a new listing regarding art galleries is up; or regarding a specific field, like photography, or sculpture; or regarding a particular geographic location, like a city, a state or a region). Artribune Jobs is going to become an essential tool for everyone who works in the creative field, in Italy and all over the world.


Voting is very simple. The only thing to do is click on the link you find below and then press on the button 'vota'. The system will then ask you for a registration. The simplest and fastest way to do that is to use your Facebook profile, if you have one. Otherwise you can use the site's own registration system, fill in the form and then click on the link you will receive via e- mail to confirm your identity. Once you've voted, we ask you for a little more help: please share the project with your friends and family and ask them to vote too. We strongly believe in this project and we can win the race only if the entire creative community, all over the world, believes in it too. We ask for everyone's help because Artribune Jobs will be useful for everyone. It's a tool we all miss, and we want to build it.