Internships and Employment Opportunities
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We are currently hiring interns for all positions for Summer 2019. Please see the descriptions below for more information.
The Gallery 400 internship program welcomes students and recent graduates who wish to broaden their education and professional experience by working at one of the nation’s most vibrant university galleries, showcasing work at the leading edge of contemporary art, architecture, and design. Under the guidance of gallery staff, interns assist in routine work that ranges from special projects and research to clerical support.
Internships require a commitment of 15-20 hours per week and are typically a semester in length (Summer Semester is May 6 - August 9). A major in art history or fine art is not required. All internships are unpaid, but academic credit can be arranged for students. Please contact your individual career or academic advisor to arrange for internship credit.
Application Deadlines (three yearly)
|Internship Term:||Application Deadline:|
|Summer (May 6-August 9)||April 12|
|Fall (August 26-December 6)||August 5|
|Spring (January 13-May 1)||November 14|
The Archive intern maintains Gallery 400's physical exhibition and ephemera archive and on-site art library.
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The Curatorial Intern assist the curatorial team with exhibition development, research, and coordination efforts. This role provides substantial insight into curatorial practices and exhibition organization in a contemporary art gallery.
The Communications Intern assists the Communications Team in creating visibility for Gallery 400, its exhibitions, and programs, and in attracting new audiences through digital platforms.
Community Engagement and Public Programs Internship
Video Archive Internship