We welcome interns from a variety of disciplines to support the gallery. All internships are unpaid. We offer a flexible schedule. Applications are accepted on a rolling deadline. If you are interested in an internship, please send a resume or CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of your email, please explain why you are interested in the internship, and why you believe you are qualified or capable. Additionally, please provide your availability in terms of days/times, hours you can commit, and whether this is an internship needed for academic coursework.
Arts Administration Intern
Do you plan to run an arts organization in the future? Primary tasks of the internship will relate to the day-to-day operations of the gallery, such as, gathering information for reports and projects, following up on partnerships, maintaining supplies, compiling data, fundraising, etc. Projects will be determined based on the applicant’s qualifications, goals, interests, and the current focus of the gallery.
This position is ideal for someone looking to gain employment in a gallery or museum. Primary tasks will relate to the execution of an exhibit. This includes receiving and shipping out art, hanging and labeling art, organizing information related to the exhibit, posting calls for art, organizing art submissions, etc. Projects will be determined based on the applicant’s qualification, goals, and the current focus of the gallery. Exhibition interns will take on greater responsibilities as their internship progresses to prepare them for employment in the field.
Marketing and PR Intern
The Marketing and PR internship is designed for someone who is interested in marketing and public relations, but not necessarily the visual arts. Primary tasks will include management of our marketing outlets, drafting press releases, engaging in multiple social media platforms, creating promotional images and videos, etc. Projects will be determined based on the applicant’s qualifications, goals, interests, and the current focus of the gallery.
Arts Education Intern
This position is ideal for someone who has experience or interest in formal or informal arts education. Interns will develop materials for local teachers, docents, and visitors that relate to the current exhibit. Other tasks will include leading school tours and classes, working with local teachers to plan visits, maintaining the classroom spaces, etc.
This position is designed for someone who is interested in working for a not-for-profit in the future. Interns will work with grants, researching funding opportunities, event planning, strategizing for solicitation, etc. The gallery’s needs and the intern’s interests and strengths will determine projects.