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Flowers Gallery — New York, NY
Flowers contemporary art gallery in Chelsea is looking for a gallery assistant for the Spring semester. The intern will be working closely with the manager and director, and will be expected to assist with administrative duties including answering phones, interacting with clients/institutions, organization, assembling mailings, running errands, etc. Additionally, the intern is expected to assist with general gallery maintenance and art handling, such as cleaning, installations, and wrapping, delivering, and shipping artworks. During the term of the internship, there will be several opportunities for special projects involving research, writing, and communication with press outlets. While this is an unpaid internship, this opportunity will provide a wealth of experience for students hoping to pursue a career in the arts at a premier international gallery. Intern must be available to work at least 3 days a week (gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday 10am-6pm). The ideal candidate will be mature, affable, reliable, organized, and energetic. A background in art history, fine arts, humanities and/or office administration. Candidates should be comfortable using Microsoft office and an understanding of the Adobe Creative Suite (photoshop etc) is helpful but not required. Graphic design experience is a plus. Contact with artists, collectors, museums and other galleries personnel occurs daily and requires strong and clear communication skills. Please send resume and cover letter to Jonny Davies email@example.com (Attn: Internship).
Internship for 20th Century Furniture and Art Dealer
Galerie Sommerlath — Culver City, CA — Virtual
Galerie Sommerlath in Culver City is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and reliable intern who wants to learn about the business of marketing 20th century design. The successful candidate has excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and understands the importance of using social media to promote business. Michele Sommerlath has been a leading dealer of furniture and art for more than 40 years both in France and in the US. http://www.french50s60s.com/ http://pinterest.com/french50s60s/ Don't miss this opportunity to learn from one of the best!
Smithsonian Summer Camp Intern
The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) — Washington, DC
ABOUT TSA The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) advances the Smithsonian Institutions mission to increase and diffuse knowledge through life-enriching educational and cultural experiences inspired by the Smithsonians research and collections for DC-region students, families, and adults, and for learning communities nationwide. INTERN DUTIES Provide much-needed support to the Summer Camp team by assisting with all aspects of the daily running of Summer Camp, including: Supervision of campers and orchestration of Youth Teacher Assistant program Upkeep of rosters and camper paperwork, communication with camp instructors and parents Supply organization and procurement Provide other assistance as needed PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES Experience in arts administration Creation of and execution of museum-based childrens programs The opportunity to create Smithsonian camps for upcoming summers Interaction with top-caliber camp instructors Volunteer management experience SEASON Summer (early June late August) TIME COMMITMENT 40 hrs/wk; 1 full summer SCHEDULE Monday - Friday, 10:00 am 5:00 pm prior to camp, 8:30 am 5:00 pm during summer camp, COMPENSATION All TSA Internships are unpaid and housing is not provided. College credit may be granted, but must be coordinated in advance with the intern's university/college. Qualified interns may also be selected to serve as After-Camp Managers and eligible for a bi-weekly stipend. Information about the After-Camp position will be provided during the applicants interview, if selected. TO APPLY Complete the online application at http://intern.si.edu/. Click on the link for the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA). Questions can be directed to the Intern Coordinator at TSAInternships@si.edu or 202.633.8641. APPLICATION DEADLINE Summer February 1 If you have any questions, please contact: Ms. Meg Smolinski Intern Coordinator 1100 Jefferson Drive SW - Suite 3077 PO Box 23293 Washington DC 20026-3293 TSAInternships@si.edu Phone: 202-633-8641 Fax: 202-633-8909 For more information about internships with The Smithsonian Associates go to: http://residentassociates.org/ticketing/internships/start.aspx
ARTS MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
Jonathan Slaff and Associates — New York, NY — Virtual
INTERNSHIP IN BRIEF This internship is an apprenticeship in Public Relations, as it is applied to Arts Management. Intern will: - learn to write English-language press releases and journalistic-style articles on arts topics - master website/newsletter design using basic HTML and Dreamweaver - assist in publicity photo shoots and ultimately take theatrical production photos - observe and participate in arts marketing strategy meetings with clients of Jonathan Slaff and Associates - compile and maintain press contact databases - learn creative approaches to "the art of the pitch" - apply new skills in website maintenance to the New York Theatre Wire (www.nytheatre-wire.com) and Curator's Choice (www.nymuseums.com), where the intern be trained in writing of news articles, headlines, "teasers," and digests of articles. This practical exercise is intended to raise the intern's English communication skills to a professional level. The intern have the opportunity to measure his/her own writing against the writing he/she is processing. This exercise will also give him/her first-hand experience in working for an actual NY media outlet, on the "other side of the desk," which is ideal training for media relations. DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPANY: Jonathan Slaff & Associates performs media relations for cultural institutions, domestic and foreign government agencies, professional theater and dance companies, fund raising events and civic events, primarily in New York City and its vicinity. The firm solicits print and broadcast media outlets for news/feature story coverage, arts reviews and photo placement. It is one of the few press offices in New York that takes its own press photos. It is a leading theater press office in New York, which publicizes over 60 new works per year. The company specializes in arts promotion for international events, and international staffing is part of our company culture. The company finds the throughput of international interns to be intellectually invigorating and embraces their creative contributions.
Promoting Group — Los Angeles, CA
- Possess skills at initiating innovative ideas, unifying team members, and judging correctly what will appeal to target audiences. - Prefer challenges that involve communication, are people-oriented, promote networking and socializing, and include roles that call for imagination.
Flint Hills International Children’s Festival Volunteer
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts — Saint Paul, MN
The Flint Hills International Childrens Festival is coming back this year and theres a lot of interesting volunteer opportunities. The festival runs May 28th, 2013 - June 2nd, 2013. There are a variety of shifts available! The only requirement is applicants need to complete a background check. Here is the online application link: http://www.ordway.org/festival/volunteer/application/ The Ordway Flint Hills International Children's Festival is an annual highlight for thousands of children and families as the Ordway and surrounding areas transform with music, dance, art activities, and public art installations. The entire festival is made possible by the generous help of our volunteers! We could not make the Flint Hills International Children's Festival happen without the many people that donate their time. Volunteering at the Festival is a fun way to give back to the community and meet artists of all kinds. We hope you consider volunteering this year! As a thank you to our Festival volunteers, who serve as cross-guards, docents, Festival greeters, and in a variety of other roles, the Ordway provides: Free Parking Free Food Festival T-shirts Opportunities to participate
Image Archive Management Intern
International League of Conservation Photographers — Washington, DC
iLCP is looking to hire an intern for summer 2013 to assist our Visual Assets Manager, Dawn Whitmore, with the cataloguing, sorting, SEO keywording, and general maintenance of the organization's extensive archive of conservation images from some the world's top nature and wildlife photographers. This position is for a minimum of 20 hours per week at our Washington, DC location. Position start date is as soon as possible. What this position offers: Real world experience working with an organization with a stellar reputation in the conservation community. Opportunity to meet and interact with some of the world's top nature and wildlife photographers. Friendly, supportive, and flexible work environment that encourages professional development and growth. Please submit to HR@ilcp.com: Resume with references. Description of past conservation/environmental related activities.
Bellevue Arts Museum — Bellevue, WA
Bellevue Arts Museum is the Pacific Northwests center for the exploration of art, craft and design through exhibitions, educational programs and partnerships, emphasizing the work of regional artists. The Bellevue Arts Museum ARTSfair is the largest fundraiser for Bellevue Arts Museum. The ARTSfair is scheduled for July 26-28, 2013. Over 300 national leading artists are juried into the ARTSfair by top art professionals. In 2012, over 320,000 people visited this community event to view the art and dance to the music! The Hospitality Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the Artist Lounge. The Artist Lounge is a complimentary service to participating artists. The lounge is an area where artists can relax and enjoy food and beverages. The Hospitality Coordinator is responsible for coordinating food and beverage, hospitality donations and keeping the lounge clean. In addition, the Hospitality Coordinator is responsible for creating a welcoming atmosphere and will need to come up with a plan of activities such as massage therapist schedule, artist information board, games, etc. The coordinator must be comfortable directing multiple volunteers throughout the 3-day weekend. To apply, submit a recent resume and a brief letter of interest with Hospitality Coordinator Internship in the subject line to Rana San at firstname.lastname@example.org. Position open until filled. No phone calls please. Volunteers supported by Amica Insurance
Please Touch Museum — Philadelphia, PA
Please Touch Museum® seeks a qualified undergraduate or graduate student interested in a great opportunity to learn about the vision of collection objects in an experiential childrens museum. Primary responsibility is assisting the Collections Staff with collections management tasks in the permanent and hands-on collections. This includes assisting with cataloging and data entry, object photography, inventory, and storage organization. Interns will be exposed to most aspects of Collections department operations while at the same time attempting to tailor the internship to that individual's interests and goals. Applicants should have strong attention to detail, excellent written and oral communication skills, and a positive personality. Internship is part-time, non-paid and begins June 2013 and last until August 2013. College credit can be granted if applicable. Schedule is flexible, some weekend and/or evening work may be necessary. Please e-mail your cover letter and résumé to email@example.com.
Arts Administration Internship - Spring 2013
Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City — Kansas City, MO
The Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City is currently accepting resumes for internships during the 2012-2013 academic year. Description: The Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City advances and supports the arts for the benefit of the entire Kansas City region. Benefits: Arts Council interns will gain valuable, hands-on experience in arts administration and nonprofit management. Arts Council events provide excellent networking opportunities with regional arts organizations and artists. Working at the Arts Council provides many opportunities to observe community processes and management of a variety of arts organizations. Interns will develop a working knowledge of Kansas Citys art community, while also learning typical office, clerical skills and business etiquette that will be applicable to any professional environment. Parking is provided, and upon the successful completion of the internship, the intern will receive a letter of recommendation.