Gallery 400 360 degree Internship
Learn about and work on all aspects of Gallery 400’s activities and operations. The intern will work closely with Gallery 400 Director Lorelei Stewart on exhibitions, programs, communications, collaboration and engagement with Gallery partners, fundraising, operations, budgeting, and strategic planning. This unique internship offers a close up view into the full scope of an academic art space’s activities.
Tasks, responsibilities, and areas of learning will include:
Exhibition research and writingInventorying exhibition works and/or exhibition accoutrementsProgram and event planning, organization, writing and communicationsPlanning and executing social media communications strategiesWebsite review, writing and updatingPartnership communication and maintenanceGrantwriting and individual donor solicitationsStructures, methods, documentation of, and materials for Gallery operationsFinancial recordkeeping and managementThe 2021 strategic planning process, communications, planning, writing, documentations, materials, and moreOther areas of operation as they ariseThe 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. 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.
To apply for this position, please email Lorelei Stewart