I am Jennifer Reid, the Volunteer and Group Tour Coordinator for the Breman. I am looking for intern docents for our new exhibition, Where the Wild Things Are: Maurice Sendak in His Own Words and Pictures. We will be offering a training session on Wednesday November 12th at 2:00 pm and we would be willing to offer more dates and times, depending on the response. I’ve attached a pdf with more information.
We will be offering docent-led tours of our Sendak Gallery to Pre-K through Second Grade classes starting in January. We will only book one school per day and the tour time will be from 9:30 am to 11:00 am.
Your students can apply online, by clicking this link: https://grouptours.abilafundraisingonline.com/wherethewildthingsaredocentapplication
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia is currently seeking interns to assist with various projects related to Development, Education, Archives, Membership and Events. Internships will expose students to multiple museum departments through a range of different projects. Students must be willing to do light administrative work such as greeting and checking in patrons, answering phones, orienting guests and conducting research. Projects include, but are not limited to:
- Updating MOCA GA’s Artist Notebooks, which contain archival information about established Georgia artists from the 1940’s to present. This project will some require online research and cataloging with excellent attention to detail.
- Conducting grant research, which will expose interns to the grant seeking process (i.e. reviewing 990s and aligning foundations with organizational needs)
- Developing marketing materials, including brochures, flyers and content for social media, etc.
- Event logistics, including MOCA GA’s upcoming fundraiser and the Off-the-Wall Pin Up Show + Sale.
- Completing “decades” research, an ongoing project aimed at identifying events and individuals in Georgia that were pivotal to the development of the art/cultural scene in the State from the 1940’s until present.
- Leading museum tours; interns who so choose can be trained as docents beginning in October and will assist staff in providing tours as assigned.
We are currently looking for interns with professionalism, attention to detail, and a real interest in contemporary visual art. Availability on Saturday between 10-5 is a plus and internship hours are flexible. We would greatly appreciate your help in getting the word out!
Please send a resume and cover letter to Anahita Modaresi at firstname.lastname@example.org, and feel free to contact them with any questions you may have.
POSTED December 6: Philadelphia Museum of Art
American Art Fellowship Opportunities 2013-2014
CENTER FOR AMERICAN ART SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS (2)
Letter of application due: February 15, 2013
Supported by the Center for American Art
Two summer fellows will be chosen to assist in the Museum’s Department of American Art, contributing to ongoing collection research and exhibition preparation. Graduate students in art history or related fields with an interest in curatorial studies and American painting and
sculpture before 1945 are encouraged to apply. Fellows will be expected
to work 10 weeks between June 3 and August 30, 2013.
Please create a single document to upload as your application that
includes a letter describing your interest and preparation for this
position; a curriculum vitae including education, employment,
publications, and honors; a list of three references.
See submission information below.
Fellowship stipend: $4,000
BARRA AMERICAN ART FELLOWSHIP (1)
Academic Year 2013-2014
One fellow will be chosen to join the Department of American Art during
the nine-month academic year (from September 2013 through May 2014).
Fellow will work full-time (35 hours per week), assisting four days a
week in ongoing department research and exhibition projects, with one
day reserved for personal research, writing, or travel. Applicants
should have completed their M.A. degree in art history or a related
field and propose a thesis or area of research interest that can take
advantage of the resources of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and other
area libraries and institutions. Priority will be given to those with
projects relating to the Museum’s collection or exhibition program, and
to students from the Philadelphia region. Fellows will have library
privileges at the PMA and the University of Pennsylvania. At the
conclusion of the term, the Barra Fellow will be expected to give a
lecture and submit a paper reflecting work done during the residency.
Please create a single document to upload as your application that
* A statement of no more than 3 pages (double-spaced) describing
your preparation, the general direction of research, and the
appropriateness of your studies to resources in Philadelphia.
* A curriculum vitae, including education, employment, honors,
* A list of three references
In addition, please send a writing sample by mail and direct one of your
referees to write on your behalf to:
Department of American Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art
P.O. Box 7646
Philadelphia, PA 19101
Re: Barra Fellowship
Fellowship stipend: $30,000 over nine months, with additional research
and travel funds and two weeks of discretionary time off.
Completed application due: February 15, 2013
* Apply via the website: http://www.philamuseum.org/jobs/
* Create a single document to upload all application materials.
The system only allows one attachment.
* Candidates without a social security number should decline the
background check section. This does not impact the status of your
Posted April 17: BURNAWAY
Burnaway is an online magazine and 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Atlanta, Georgia. We are a grassroots movement rallying the creative forces of Atlanta towards making it a true destination for the arts. Our goal is to celebrate the unique voice of our community, amplifying its volume so it may more fully participate in the international arts conversation. We aim to provide arts dialogue with smarts and soul.
BURNAWAY is currently seeking interns for Summer 2012. Please refer to the available opportunities below. Email Susannah@burnaway.org <mailto:Susannah@burnaway.org> with any questions.
The intern will assist the Executive Director with grant research, administrative projects, coordination of special events, assist in creating various print and electronic marketing materials, and assist in marketing research projects. The intern should have excellent writing, research, editing, and computer skills. They must be self-motivated, able to work independently, and energetic. Experience with MS Office and demonstrable knowledge of art history is preferred.
To apply for the internship please send a cover letter, resume, and a writing sample.
Please let me know if you can assist me with posting this opportunity, and of course feel free to contact me if there is any additional information you need from us. Thank you in advance, and I’ll look forward to hearing from you soon!
POSTED JANUARY 13: Atlanta Printmakers Studio
Atlanta Printmakers Studio provides the opportunity for individuals, especially students, to serve as studio interns. Interns work with the
Executive Director and other members to identify the needs of the studio and the goals of the intern. They assist with daily studio operations and maintenance, and help with various hands-on artistic projects. Prospective interns should download the APS Internship Program PDF for more information and then follow directions for submitting an application.
Winter/Spring Session, January–May: due December 1
Summer Session, June–August: due May 1
Fall Session, September–December: due August 1
POSTED JULY 22: Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture
The Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture (FCAC) introduces leading college students and professionals in transition to the internal operations and external services of a government arts agency, providing arts opportunities to four million community members and additional visitors in the Fulton County area, including Atlanta and surrounding municipalities.
Participants must be a student at an accredited college or university or a professional in transition. Although we encourage applications from students with a background or interest in the fields of Arts Administration, Studio Arts, Public Art, Performing Arts, or Arts Education, we invite all eligible candidates that are interested to apply. Internships are offered in four areas – Abernathy Arts Center, Contracts for Services, Public Art and Southwest Arts Center. Each program or facility offers different entry-level professional experiences in the arts.
FCAC interns will aid the FCAC staff with program planning and implementation, educational programming, and become familiar with art administration and programming implementation. Interns may also assist with a variety of projects & activities including contract and awards processing, studio operations, public art commissioning and fabrication, conservation and care of art collection, performing arts events, assisting with arts class instruction and event coordination. Internships may be modified to suit the skills and interests of the intern and the requirements of FCAC. An ongoing research project may also be assigned. These are unpaid internships. Students may undertake internships for academic credit, but it is not required.
- Completed application, resume, statement of interest
- Two professional or educational letters of recommendation
- Attention to detail and organizational skills
- Ability to communicate and work well with others
- Excellent customer service skills
- Computer skills (knowledge of Excel, Word, Power Point, Photoshop, InDesign, Flash, etc.)
- Basic writing and communication skills
|Spring Internship:Last week of March – Last week of May||Fall Internship:1st week of September –mid-November|
|Summer Internship:1st week of June -1st week of August||Winter Internship:1st week of January –mid-March|
These are part-time positions that requires between 10-15 hours per week. Times and days are flexible, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Internships will last approximately 10 weeks.
Applications must be received by 4pm on the following deadlines:
•Summer by May 13, 2011
•Fall by August 19, 2011
•Winter by December 2, 2011
•Spring by March 9, 2012
Incomplete applications will not be considered. All applicants will be acknowledged, and interviews will be arranged by supervisors among suitable applicants.
Abernathy Arts Center, 254 Johnson Ferry Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30328, is operated and managed by Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture. Abernathy Arts Center Internships offer a short-term work experience in the pottery studio operations and arts administration areas. Through hands on experience, interns are exposed to the various daily activities of a thriving arts center, while given the opportunity to explore their own work in a community studio environment. Interns will assist with a variety of projects — from studio-oriented tasks including kiln-firing to administrative and gallery installation projects. Abernathy Arts Center is Fulton County’s oldest neighborhood arts center and is dedicated to providing quality arts instruction to the community in a warm and friendly environment. We offer a broad range of day and evening classes for seniors, adults, and children, in the visual arts. The gallery features monthly exhibits that provide showcase opportunities for student and faculty work as well as work from partnerships with local arts organizations and established artists statewide. Located in Sandy Springs, Abernathy’s campus includes a renovated farmhouse and the Annex, which houses a gallery and classroom space.
The Contracts for Services Program (CFS), 141 Pryor Street, SW, Suite 2031, Atlanta, GA, 30303, administers funds provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners to support arts and cultural programs. The Contracts for Services program has successfully aided the Commission in its efforts to invest over $70 million in the nonprofit arts and culture industry, a legacy that enables us to serve as the leading public funder for the arts in the State of Georgia. Annually, CFS awards funding to over 100 organizations. Contracts awarded by the Arts Council provide financial stability, improve organizational capacity, render technical support and ensure that the arts are accessible to all citizens in Fulton County. The CFS Internship offers an opportunity to gain exposure and experience in technology and grants management, funding administration, policy development, and non-profit development. Interns will be exposed to the daily operations of the Fulton County Arts Council. Interns will assist with a variety of projects & activities including our grants management technology upgrade project, application, contract and awards processing, workshop and event coordination.
The Fulton County Public Art Program, 141 Pryor Street, SW, Suite 2030, Atlanta, GA, 30303 strives to provide access to the arts to all citizens by bringing unique pieces of art, enhancing public spaces, making government buildings better places to conduct business and serving to promote community pride. The program was initiated in 1993 when the Fulton County Board of commissioners adopted the Arts in Public Places Resolution, which stipulates that one percent of the cost of acquisition, renovation or construction of any Fulton County building or facility must be set aside for the fabrication, installation and ongoing maintenance of public artwork. Since this time, 50 artists have been awarded commissions to create artwork for Fulton county facilities including senior centers, libraries, parks, arts centers, court buildings and even the medical examiner’s office.. The Public Art Program staff manages collection conservation and maintenance, an Art on Loan program, an Artists Registry, several exhibitions, publications, and education and outreach programming. Public Art Program interns will assist the FCAC Public Art Program staff in a variety of projects and activities, program planning and implementation, as well as gain a familiarity with the public art process and the administration and care of a collection. An ongoing research project may also be assigned.
Southwest Arts Center, 915 New Hope Road, Atlanta, GA 30331, opened in 2001 and is the first Fulton County facility built with the sole purpose of providing arts programming, in the form of instructional activities, exhibitions, arts presentations and performances for children and adults. The 27-acre campus is home to a Studio Building, Performance Theater & Gallery as well as an outdoor green space. Through day, evening and weekend onsite programming and outreach, Southwest Arts Center serves thousands of patrons and visitors yearly. The Internships offer an opportunity to gain work experience in the areas of instruction, administration and production in the visual and performing arts. Interns will be tasked with a variety of assignments to complete day-to-day activities, productions and special projects as needed.
Abernathy Arts Center
Joanna Strickland, email@example.com
Contracts for Services (CFS)
Shantras Lakes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Art Program
Lisa Tuttle, email@example.com
Southwest Arts Center
Meredith Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTED JANUARY 13: SAGN Job Notice, www.southeasternartgallerynews.com
A part time Art Assistant is needed by the emerging artist Maxx Katt. You can see his work at www.maxxkatt.com. He is currently being exhibited in two Atlanta galleries and is about to launch his southeastern marketing campaign next month.
The duties will be painting the backgrounds of his canvas and some light screen printing duties. You will be working in the Peachtree Corners, GA area (near Norcross), so you will need reliable transportation.
The working hours are flexible in terms of time of day and day of the week. This is a paid position. You should either be an art student or a recent art school graduate. You should have a strong interest in painting and print making or sculpting.
The artist is experienced in what gallery owners are looking for in a new artist. He also has a deep background in Internet marketing and is willing to mentor his assistant with moving their art career from the student phase to the successful emerging phase and beyond. As a recent example of this marketing experience the artist had his work placed in two Atlanta art galleries within two weeks of showing his art to only two gallery owners.
To apply for this position, send your resume to Southeastern Art Gallery News, 5805 State Bridge Road, Suite G166, Johns Creek, GA 30097. You should include your face book information and send a friend request to Maxx Katt on Facebook so the artist can view your Facebook page.
Please include a short letter indicating why you think you would work well with the artist in this job. Only students or recent graduates who are very committed to the success of their art and career should apply.
The position is open for immediate hire.