Robilant and Voena are an Old and Modern Masters and Contemporary Art dealership with a space in Mayfair. Aside from managing the daily running of the gallery, my duties include exhibition coordination. I research pictures for new exhibitions and assist with marketing and PR, drafting and submitting material on external press-listing websites and driving social media engagement; I manage the gallery’s Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram accounts. I am also responsible for the production of all exhibition interpretation material and its provision to visitors and clients. Daily duties include upholding the gallery website, editing all digital content for publishing. I am also responsible for coordinating stock, researching new acquisitions, digitally cataloguing all works and liaising with conservers and photographers. Orchestrating client communications, I design bulk email campaigns in Mailchimp and draft letters, I also manage all contact and stock information by maintaining the gallery’s data-bases. As the public face for the gallery I greet all visitors and clients and deal with telephone and email enquiries. Personal Assistant duties include making travel and accommodation arrangements, and managing diaries.
Old and Modern European Masters galleries who share a space in Mayfair. I provided administrative assistance to the Gallery Manager, updating client and stock databases, editing existing and adding new content to the website and helping with events and installation.
Infrastructural changes to the gallery had meant the relocation of the vast archive to a much smaller space. Assisting the Archive Manager in the design and implementation of a new filing system to suit new space, re-cataloguing, labelling and identifying documents and objects. General volunteer duties included invigilating, installation, exhibition interpretation and working at events.
The Times Final Year Student Survey is produced by High Fliers Research in association with The Times. The survey gives employers a unique insight into the career expectations of final year students. After a competitive round of interviews I was selected to interview prospective graduates regarding their post-graduate aspirations. I exceeded targets.
I was responsible for the maintenance of the archive, responding to enquiries unassisted and cataloguing new and managing existing archive material. Whilst volunteering as an Archive Assistant at the RBSA I was selected to be a Junior Curator for their 'Young Roots' exhibition. I helped with research for the exhibition and wrote an essay which was published as part of the exhibition catalogue. I then presented my research in a series of lectures held to mark the exhibitions opening. Other duties included giving public tours of the gallery, helping at events and installation.
Shadowing a senior administrator on the build up to a sale.