For this focused, project-based internship, IPCNY is seeking a recent college graduate, graduate student, or postgraduate to work directly with our Exhibition and Curatorial Manager in preparing for our spring exhibition 3-4 days per week from late January or early February to May 2019. This role will provide experience in exhibitions administration duties specifically in regards to: timeline, budgeting, registrar, shipping, and checklist formation.
Working with a small staff in an open office environment attached to an exhibition space, interns gain valuable insight and hands-on experience with all aspects of IPCNY programming. Internships are unpaid but come with a $50 daily stipend; school credit may be arranged through the student’s school.
Working directly with IPCNY’s Exhibition & Curatorial Manager to realize all aspects of the spring exhibition
Organizing exhibition images and label information and creating exhibition checklists
Site visits to Brooklyn print publishers and workshops
Some art handling
All interns assist with general administrative duties
Skills and Qualifications
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and inDesign
Strong written and oral communication, organization, and research skills
Applicants with with background in art history, arts administration, museum studies, and fine arts programs preferred
Knowledge of Brooklyn-based print publishers and workshops appreciated, but not required
How to apply:
Please email a resume, cover letter, and one to two references with the subject line Project-Based Intern Application to email@example.com and copy firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, January 22. Applicants will be interviewed over the phone or in person. Due to the volume of applications received, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Applicants not accepted for the project-based internship will be considered for IPCNY’s general internships.