Art Internships

New York City

Company: YECAA - Young and Emerging art Collectors Association of America

 

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Internship: Graduating college seniors, recent graduates, or graduate students in art history or related fields are eligible for this six-month internship. Interns are placed in one of the Association's departments, where they work on projects that match their academic background, professional skills, and career goals. Interns will participate in all YECAA events. * Key Benefits - In-depth nonprofit market experience, relationship building, applying skills to new environment, new professional contacts * Primary Skills - Office tasks, cold calling, client relationships, facilitating project discovery, creativity, events * Time requirements - Full time: five days, thirty-five hours per week. Attend the monthly meeting * Remuneration - This position is not paid * Reporting - Directly to the Iternship Coordinator, with weekly progress report To apply for this position, please write to workwithyecaa@yecaa.org, writing a cover letter and your CV in the body of the email. Email with attachments will not be considered.

Deadline: None

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Simone Tarantino
3 Centre Market Pl
New York, NY 10013
Phone: +1 646429 0192
Fax: +1 773 346 2747
E-Mail: workwithyecaa@yecaa.org

Updated: 2/23/2007 12:43:06 PM


Company:
Rubin Museum of Art
 

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The Rubin Museum of Art is a cultural and educational institution dedicated to the art of the Himalayas. RMA offers interns the opportunity to gain exposure to the workings of an Art Museum and to contribute valuable services to various departments within the museum. Academic requirements may be fulfilled by arrangement with the individual educational institution. RMA is presently accepting applications for internships for the Fall 2007 semester.

Deadline: 9/15/2020

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Michele Illuzzi
150 West 17th Street
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212.620.5000 x360
Fax: 212.620.0628
E-Mail: milluzzi@rmanyc.org


Company: Hebrew Union College-Jewish INsitute of Religion Musuem  


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The HUC-JIR Museum, a department of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute for Religion, is recognized as a leading center for the presentation of works by contemporary artists exploring Jewish identity and experience. It presents an array of exhibitions and cultural and educational programs which illuminate Jewish history and contemporary creativity and foster interfaith and multiethnic understanding. Established in 1983, the Museum encourages contemporary artists of all faiths to explore Jewish themes, serves as an experimental laboratory for research in new and progressive theories of museum education, and provides a forum to explore the role of the arts as an expression of spirituality. Recent exhibitions have encompassed contemporary artistic responses to the Holocaust, the history of African-American and Jewish relations from 1654 to the present, innovative forms of ceremonial art for new rituals in Jewish life, the impact of family violence on the works of contemporary Israeli and American women artists, and the development of private art collections as a reflection of Jewish identity and consciousness. Museum Interns work one-on-one with the curator, assisting in the research, development, and installation of up to 8 exhibitions a year. Interns will have the opportunity to acquire significant museum experience, including: ?interaction with contemporary artists ?exhibition design and installation ?exhibition registration ?exhibition catalog production ?marketing and public relations ?educational programming The HUC-JIR Museum is situated in the heart of the New York art world, at the intersection of Greenwich Village, Soho, and Noho, and in the middle of the NYU campus. HOURS: 2-4 days/week; 6-20 hrs/week Unpaid This internship may qualify for academic credit. Skills needed: Computer skills, ability to work well with others, excellent writing and organization skills. An interest in the arts and in museum studies. Intellectual curiosity and a great attitude. Send resume and cover letter by email to rlitcofsky@huc.edu

Deadline: 6/1/2020

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Rachel Litcofsky
1 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-824-2205


 

Company: Hippodrome State Theatre
 


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Major responsibilities include: Researching government and foundation funding sources; assisting in proposal writing as needed; Proofreading applications for accuracy, completeness and clarity in accordance with grant requirements; Maintaining accurate, up-to-date grant files, records and calendars; Participating in inter-department meetings and theatre activities. Candidate must have: Strong research, writing and organizational skills; Experience with MS Office and design software; Creative thinker with the ability to conceptualize and implement graphic design elements; Ability to handle multiple tasks and to meet deadlines. A weekly stipend will be provided along with housing for out-of-town interns. Year-long internship available beginning in August 2007.

Deadline: 8/1/2009

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Malena Summers
25 SE 2nd Place
Gainesville, FL 32601
E-Mail: grants@thehipp.org


Company: Toyl Events

 


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Graphic Design Internships (unpaid) We are seeking graphic design interns who are eager to learn and apply the needed skills for this industry. We recognize that there are a lot of individuals out there with raw talent so we are willing to give the right motivated individuals a great opportunity. We run a couple different companies that need creative minds to build a strong visual presence.Our past interns have been able to use our internships to improve their portfolios enabling them to land comfortably in a full time career of their choice. This is a great opportunity for beginners to either gain more experience and/or get your name out to thousands of potential clients for freelance opportunities. Your work will be hands on. In this position you will: Create presentations and marketing material Design logo, business cards, flyers, banners, posters Etc Assist with developing new concepts *This is an unpaid internship for college credit or trade only. *Hours are based on your availability! Your name will be branded on all your work. *Your portfolio will be packed with amazing samples to show potential clients. Qualifications: + Must be willing to start immediately + Experience in all applications in Adobe Creative Suite. + Self-starter who is comfortable working on multiple projects at the same time. + Ability to communicate with others and understand the requirements of each job. + Enthusiastic about gaining experience doing a variety of business and design-related tasks. Apply at toylevents.org/application Call 404-886-7801 with any questions

Deadline: 12/31/2008

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Bev Wilson
Two Ravinia Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30346
Phone: 404-886-7801
E-Mail: staff@toylevents.org

 

Company: Merkle

 


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Agency is looking for a part-time, un-paid intern with a willingness to learn and is able to follow direction. Candidate will learn art production for direct mail, including pre-press and design software, agency processes and strategy. Skills (not required): Beginners knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and/or Quark Express a plus.

Deadline: 12/31/2010

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Shelley Noeldechen
7001 Columbia Gateway Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
Phone: 301.429.4425
E-Mail: snoeldechen@merkleinc.com





Company: The Movement Workshop Group

 


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Responsibilities: Central contact with dancers. Take notes when necessary. Learn about the theaters where we will be performing so as to answer questions for the cast such as stage size, audience capacity, local restaurants, etc. Assist director and choreographer where necessary. Call places, be general go-to person, and assist with props for performances. Qualifications: Either study or experience of stage management. Highly responsible, organized, and self-sufficient. Length of committment: 3 -4 evenings and occasional saturday from July 9th - August 31st for rehearsals in Boston. 3 weekend performances in September and October in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. Paid. $200 stipend. All travel expenses covered. We are very concerned that this be both a great educational experience as well as networking experience for our interns. Come spend the summer with some great dancers and staff!

Deadline: 1/8/2007

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Leslie Guyton
43 E. Concord St.
#1
Boston, MA 02118
Phone: 908.447.7554
E-Mail: info@movementworkshopgroup.org


Company: International Institute of Boston
 


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Description: The Microenterprise department at the International Institute of Boston seeks a proactive Media/Design/Marketing Intern who will help our clients (immigrants, refugees, and asylees) advertise and market their small businesses by designing and posting ads, flyers, and the like in newspapers, radios, build a simple website, etc. The International Institute of Boston is a non-profit that helps refugees and immigrants successfully integrate into American society through a continuum of crucial social services including refugee resettlement, mental health, legal immigration services, english classes and employment training, etc. The Microenterprise department helps qualified immigrants, asylees, and refugees open and/or develop their small businesses. The department also operates loan programs and saving programs for immigrants, helping them become self-sufficient. For more information on our work and mission, visit http://www.iiboston.org Qualifications: ?B.A. or equivalent in Graphic Design, Marketing, Advertisement, or the similar ?A good command of Microsoft Word, Publisher, Photoshop, html, or other design and web software ?Ability to work with and proactively help low-income individuals from different cultures and ethnicities improve their small businesses ?High-levels of discretion and maturity in dealing with confidential information ?A minimum of 12 hours per week commitment; some can be worked from home ?Bi-lingual an bi-cultural experience helpful but not required *Unpaid internship; eligible for academic credit How to Apply: For a summer internship, please send resumes and a brief cover letter to hrettig@iiboston.org Resumes are viewed on a rolling basis. Additional Info: Summer Internship, flexible start and end dates, and hours

Deadline: 6/30/2008

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Hillary Rettig
1 Milk St.
Boston, MA 02109
E-Mail: hrettig@iiboston.org


 

Company: Traverse City Film Festival

 


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The 2008 Traverse City Film Festival is looking for interns for its fourth annual festival.

The 1st wave of interns will be needed from June through August 7 with a larger number needed from July through August 7. Positions are full-time although, we also accept interns who can only work the week before and the week of festival.

Our Internships provide opportunities to get hands-on experience helping in one or more of the following areas: Office administration Concessions and merchandise Development Box office Hospitality and guest services Bookkeeping and finance Scheduling and logistics Venue set up Theater operations Publicity Programming Publications

To Apply Send your resume and cover letter to info@traversecityfilmfestival.org or fax to 231-947-3448.

Please submit your application as early in May as possible, although we will accept applications through mid to late May. Interviews will be conducted via phone, and we뭠l attempt to let applicants know about summer plans by May 15 or as soon as possible after applications are received. For additional information on the internship program visit: http://www.traversecityfilmfest.org/about/?page=internships

About the Traverse City Film Festival The Traverse City Film Festival is a charitable, educational, nonprofit organization committed to showing "Just Great Movies" and helping to save one of America's few indigenous art forms - the cinema. The festival also owns and operates a year-round, community-based, mission driven art house movie theater, the State Theatre. Founded by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore and co-founders local photographer John Robert Williams and New York Times best-selling author Doug Stanton, with filmmakers Larry Charles and Terry George rounding out the Board of Directors, the festival brings films and filmmakers from around the world to northern Michigan.

Deadline: None

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info@traversecityfilmfestival.org
PO Box 4064
Traverse City, MI 49685
Fax: 231-947-3448
E-Mail: info@traversecityfilmfestival.org

Company: Untitled [ArtSpace]

 


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Untitled [ArtSpace] is an environment designed to stimulate creative thought and new ideas through contemporary art. We are committed to providing access to quality exhibitions, education programs, performances, publications, and to engaging the community in collaborative outreach efforts. Untitled [ArtSpace] seeks motivated individuals for a Summer 2008 internship in one or more of the following areas: studio art, arts administration, graphic design, art education, public relations, grant writing, and art history. Untitled [ArtSpace] is a nonprofit arts center located in downtown Oklahoma City. Interns may be undergraduate or graduate students, or individuals recently graduated from an institute of higher education. Upon completion of the internship term and final project, interns will receive a small stipend. Opportunities are competitive and offer invaluable practical experience in the arts and nonprofit administration. Successful candidates for internship must be able to work both independently and collaboratively, have strong organization skills, and have a passion for the arts. Working knowledge of Macintosh computers with OS X is a must. Experience with FileMaker Pro, Adobe Photoshop, or Microsoft Office is preferred. Interested applicants should send a cover letter specifying their area of interest, resume, and references to: allison@1ne3.org or Untitled [ArtSpace] Attn: Allison Meier 1 NE 3rd St. Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Deadline: 5/3/2008

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Allison Meier
1 NE 3rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone: 405-815-9995
Fax: 405-813-2070
E-Mail: allison@1ne3.org

 

Company: Without A Cue Productions, LLC

 


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Without A Cue Productions, a growing for profit theater company in the Philadelphia area, seeks a graphic arts intern to help develop new marketing materials. 10 hours a week required, college credit available. Please contact us at 267 994 1056, or email resume to admin@withoutacue.com. More information can be found at www.withoutacue.com.

Deadline: 5/31/2008

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Traci Connaughton
PO Box 474
Bensalem, PA 19020
Phone: 267-994-1056
Phone2: 267-994-1056
E-Mail: admin@withoutacue.com

 

Company: Lee-Fendall House Museum and Garden

 


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The Lee-Fendall House Museum is seeking a museum education intern. Tasks include developing youth programs and organizing youth-oriented special events. Preferred Qualifications: The intern must be flexible and willing to assist with all aspects of the organization뭩 work. An understanding of museum education programs and youth activities is required. Excellent oral and written communication skills important. Applicant must have (formal or informal) teaching experience. To Apply: Please forward letter of interest and resume to Tracy L. Sullivan, Executive Director, at the address listed below.

Deadline: 12/1/2008

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Tracy Sullivan
614 Oronoco Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-548-1789
E-Mail: contact@leefendallhouse.org

 

Company: Dumb Eyes

 


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Work for a boutique ad agency for the summer and get hands on agency experience. Clients include: A hand full of Seattle fashion stores and art galleries, Corbis, Lego, Microsoft, SXSW Music Festival, Thread Fashion Show and Virgin Mobile. Applicants Must Be Familiar with Mac OSX: Highly Skilled in Abobe CS3: Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign.

Deadline: 5/28/2008

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Michael Ellsworth
1122 E Pike St. #1473
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206-965-8952
Phone2: 206-697-3587
E-Mail: internships@dumbeyes.com


 

 

 


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