Isabella Lorenzi

Intern at Circle Art Agency


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  • Events
  • Exhibition
  • Excel
  • Powerpoint
  • Word
  • Artist Relations
  • Client Relations

Work history



Circle Art Agency

Aug 2015 - Dec 2015
  • Employed during three primary events: Paper II Exhibition, Circle Art’s Modern & Contemporary East African Auction and the Kenya Art Fair. • PAPER II Exhibition – Collected and catalogued artists’ work, aided in the selection of art to be shown and worked with employer to create a unique hang for the exhibition. • Circle Art’s Modern & Contemporary East African Auction – Worked to organize collection and delivery of auction catalogues and invitations. Transported, packed, hung and coordinated framing of work prior to and following the auction. Helped with events and registration during the multiple preview parties. Runner and general assistant at Circle’s auction. • Kenya Art Fair – Worked at the booth during the art fair talking to current and potential clients as well as artists. • Compiled and edited a 2500 person mailing list; worked closely on the master PowerPoint and spreadsheet; and created an invitation aimed specifically towards architects and interior designers for a marketing event.



Hatch Art Gallery

Jan 2015 - Jun 2015
  • Student run gallery meant to display and encourage University of British Columbia’s visual art students. Worked on events and exhibitions and was front of house once a week.


Conference & Catering Associate

AMS Conferences Catering

Feb 2014 - Jun 2015
  • Coordination of conferences and events, setting up designated floorplans, and catering for events and conferences.



Art Business

Sotheby’s Institute of London

Jan 2016 - Apr 2016
  • Art & Business


History and Art History

University of British Columbia

Aug 2011 - Apr 2015
  • History and Art History


Secondary Education

Seabury Hall

Aug 2007 - May 2011
  • Secondary Education