InFusion Art Glass

460C Harrison AveSuite 8B
Boston, MA 02118

Date Posted:
August 12, 2019

Eastern Massachusetts

Public Relations/Marketing


Social Media Intern with potential for compensation

InFusion Art Glass is a fused glass studio and gallery located in the SOWA arts district at 460 Harrison Ave.  We are seeking an intern to manage our social media platforms and increase our presence and visibility in the Boston arts community.  This will be an unpaid intern assignment, but we are willing to consider two forms of remuneration: a small stipend to cover commuting costs AND a percentage of the gallery revenue after the gallery expenses are covered for any particular month.   If you believe you can help us grow by increasing our visibility in the community via social media, come work with us and we can grow the business together.
Possible Job Assignments (to be determined based on mutual needs and interests):
  • Manage Instagram account and facilitate online communities.  Create graphics and write copy to post across web, print, and social media.
  • Photography of new glass works and publication of these photographs in as many outlets as possible.
  • Draft communications materials for external publicity sources.
  • Oversee development, implementation, and management of marketing programs, including evaluation of marketing materials’ performance.
  • Manage (and maybe revamp) the gallery website.
  • Develop and manage events at the studio...Meet the Artist, Glass Demonstrations, etc.

Expertise with Instagram.  Familiarity with social media management programs.   Applicants should have a strong interest in social media and are able to follow internet trends.
A current marketing student at a local college would be great, we will support college credit for the work in any way we can.
How To Apply:
Please email a resume and cover letter to:
or stop by the studio, we are open Weds - Sunday 1-6PM
Apply by:
September 01, 2019
Unpaid Internship with stipend
About this Organization:
A studio and gallery specializing in fused and kilnform glass, both functional and artistic.