About Us

Metris Arts Consulting (Easton, PA) believes in the power of culture to enrich people’s lives and help communities thrive. We believe those benefits should be broadly shared and inclusively developed. Metris seeks to provide high caliber planning, research, and evaluation services to reveal arts’ impacts and help communities equitably improve cultural vitality. Although we are best known for principal Anne Gadwa Nicodemus’ leading work in the realm of creative placemaking, Metris’ core service offerings also include place-based arts and culture ecology studies, arts and culture plans for cities and towns, and robust project evaluations. We work with a range of national and international clients, including philanthropic organizations, government agencies (local to federal), and community development and arts nonprofits. To accelerate change, we seek to share knowledge and amplify the voices of those closest to the work.

As an equal opportunity employer, Metris commits to equal employment and promotion opportunity regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Our full equity commitment is available here. 

Internship: Fall 2018

Metris is offering an internship opportunity for a maximum of 10 hours per week during the academic fall semester. Internship hours must be completed during normal business hours (approximately 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday). Metris’ intern will have the opportunity to gain exposure to the firm’s current research and planning projects, while providing core staff with research support commiserate with the intern’s skills, abilities, and interests. Candidates with one or more of the following interests, particularly in the context of the intersection of their educational and career goals, would be the best match:

  • Interest in creative placemaking (i.e. arts-based community development)
  • Interest in arts and culture
  • Interest in research and evaluation
  • Interest in urban planning
  • Interest in the social sciences

Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. to qualify for this paid internship opportunity. Compensation: $10/hr for undergraduates and $15/hr for graduate students.

We offer a casual (and dog-friendly) work environment in the Easton Arts Building in downtown Easton, PA.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to: admin@metrisarts.com

Finalists will be asked to interview in-person at Metris’ office and provide the contact information for two professional references.

Application deadline: Open until filled