Art Handling Technician

Job Description Title: Art Handling Technician Reports to: Project Manager Closing date: 25th May 2021 ARTIQ is a fast-growing, market leading art consultancy based in London. We work with some of the best artists around, giving clients unrivalled access to unique and inspiring collections. Artists...

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Evening Standard: ARTIQ brings splash of colour to lift City gloom

In these grim times of coronavirus, the uplifting joy of art could be a useful tonic for us all. One east London start-up may be well placed to deliver the medicine, and alleviate the City’s gloom. Like a Spotify or Netflix for art, the firm rents collections of art to companies to help brighten up offices before swapping them for new collections — delivering much needed levity in these uncertain times...

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ARTIQ in Forbes Magazine: Public Art for Communities

ARTIQ were delighted to be asked by Forbes magazine to contribute their thoughts to an engaging piece on the power of public art for communities. "There is a very strong case for philanthropists installing public artworks in less affluent areas." says Patrick McCrae, CEO of ARTIQ, which rents artworks for hotels, offices and other public spaces...

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ARTIQ in City AM: Art and its benefits to Mental Health in the Workplace

Employers of all sizes are looking for ways to keep their workforce happy and motivated. And rightly so — the global cost of mental illness through lost productivity and staff turnover is estimated to be around $2.5 trillion annually, with burnout, stress, depression and anxiety a growing epidemic affecting both the team and the bottom line. To combat this, more businesses are using art to engage their employees and clients alike...

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The Creative Industry’s roadmap to 2030: Thoughts on the Arts Council England Report

Let’s Create is the most recent strategy from Arts Council England looking at promoting the arts across the UK for “every person in every town, village and city” over the next ten years. One particular item which has caught our attention over the last few weeks is how the Arts Council England report has rebranded artists and instead is suggesting the use of the term “creative practitioners”. The thinking of this is to make sure that all types of creatives are encompassed with attention and the appropriate support and funding...

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ARTIQ x Mayer Brown: The Times 'A startling collection of work by female artists'

ARTIQ were delighted to be joined by The Times journalist, Edward Fennell to celebrate the brand new art collection for global law firm, Mayer Brown. Patrick, Tazie and the team at Mayer Brown offered Edward an exclusive tour on the collection, offering insight into the diverse and rich collection of original work on show, chosen to champion the work of female, international and emerging artists...

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