Portland Institute for Contemporary Art Seeks Marketing Intern

PICA is seeking an intern interested in arts marketing and nonprofit administration with an understanding of contemporary art to assist with Portland Institue of Contempory Art’s marketing and communications efforts relating to our Spring 2015 programming. Approx. 8-10 hrs/week. May be able to work remotely on certain tasks.Including assistance with researching the PICA archives, executing related social media campaigns, and miscellaneous basic graphic design. We are looking for applicants that possess strong writing and editing skills, understanding of social media platforms, photo editing skills, the ability to responsibly handle archival/historical materials with care, basic graphic design skills, the ability to manage assigned project timelines and deliverables, and a familiarity with PICA’s progs. PICA internships are unpaid. Interns will receive a PICA membership and free admission to programs + special events. Send CV and portfolio to:

Contemporary Art Gallery seeking Soc. Media

Gallery in close-in E. PDX seeks a social media intern. Hours for this position are flexible, and will require at least one 3.5 - hour gallery sitting shift per week. Pref. someone w/ marketing exp or general exp. managing social media accounts. Duties include: Managing all pages. Posting a rotating selection of cur. gallery-rel. content + various artist feat. Creating a cohesive and interesting narrative thru regular posting. Eff. social media outreach to increase follower count. Cultivating an online presence which reflects the galleries ideals and aesthetics. Interested?


(Chelsea) 526 W 26 Street Non-profit Chelsea Gallery seeks well organized, self- starter with good social skills for Gallery Administrator position. Opportunity for creative contributions to exhibitions and programs. Interface with the public, Gallery Members, Board of Directors. Manage exhibitions and ongoing gallery projects. Supervise interns. Administrative and project management experience desirable. Computer skills are essential (Adobe Suite and video editting). BFA or MFA or studio art-related background preferred. Required Proficiency: Good writing skills, Experienced MAC user, Word/Excel/ other Databases, Internet website posting, Familiarity with FileMaker Pro (for mailing lists), Constant Contact, Quickbooks a plus, Grant-writing experience desirable Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11am till 6pm; must be available evenings and off hours. Please submit resume and cover letter to


Connecting People through Art. Tacoma Art Museum serves the diverse comunities of the Northwest thru its collections, exhibitions and learning programs, emphasizing art and artists of the Northwest and western region. JOB DESCRIPTION: The intern supports the department with day-to-day tasks and operations. This position is ideal for a strong candidate with adaptible experience with communications. DUTIES INCLUDE: assisting with tracking and maintaining of media contacts and clippings, planning and implementation of social media campaigns, writing content for marketing materials, researching and compiling various analytics, preparing media kits, assisting at events, and possibly helping with audio/visual projects. PROJECT PERIOD: 6 months. HOURS: minimum 16 -20 hours per week. COMPENSATION: unpaid. A P P L Y T O D A Y!!!! Email



Need something to do this summer? Interested in contemporary art? Want to learn more about curation at an art museum? Then apply now for the curatorial internship at the Henry Art Gallery. The Henry Art Gallery curatorial internship provides an intro to contemp. art, musuem practices, and aspects of researching, planing & mounting exhibitions. THE HENRY IS A TEAC- H I N G M U S E U M. We’re all about research, innovation, and new ideas. Interns are an integral part of our team. Questions? Email


RECESS Summer Internship Program 2015.RECESS is an independent arts center located in the SE industrial district of Portland dedicated to nurturing emergent, experimental, contemporary practices. RECESS aims to foster new forms of cultural inquiry and spark a discourse of change within both the art community and its wider context. For the past two years, RECESS has supported fresh ideas and perspectives from underrepresented artists, bringing them to light for the local arts community. As well as an exhibition space, RECESS also maintains an active community by renting out studios to local artists and hosting cutting edge music events. We’re now accepting applications for our five summer internship positions in Research, Development, Design, Exhibition, and Documentation. All interns will be given access to RECESS’ communal resources; wi-fi, kitchen, tools, and a shared office space. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample (and portfolio if applying for design position) to and follow us online at


MoNA offers internships in a variety of areas including exhibitons, education, marketing and development. Contact Christy Lyman for more information. - See more at:


Purpose is to assist with development and partnerships for SAM’s Community Engagement Programs. Interns will learn the full process invloved increating museum programs Time: Minimum 3 months; 10 to 15 hours a week and occasional evening / wknd hours expected. Duties: Manage Community pass requests. Act as event staff at programs. Assist w/ community outreach. Qualifications: BA or MA and experience in studio art, community organizing, non-profits, arts administration.