Our internship program provides the opportunity to learn about the operations of a non-profit art institution and to work alongside some of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists and curators. Intern candidates must possess a strong command of English, excellent communication skills, strong writing skills, word-processing skills on a PC-platform, and the ability to work and function in a creative and flexible environment. Most interns are based in one department, but have the opportunity to interact with all departments on a regular basis. All interns work on a volunteer basis for a full 3 months w/ a schedule determined by the Intern’s supervisor. MoMA PS1 is looking for interns who are able to work a minimum of two full days per wk (7 hrs per day). Tasks include archiving, media management, and research, as well as admini + production duties relevant to organizing exhibitions and public programs. While working in the Visitor Services dept at MoMA PS1 plays an integral role in developing creative audience engagement and educational opportunities. All applications must include a cover letter, resume and the attached application completed, sent to: internships_


SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery, an artist run non-profit gallery committed to promoting women artists, is seeking a winter - spring intern. The intern will support daily gallery operations and gain insight into the workings of a small arts non -- profit. Responsibilities will include: promoting exhibitions and press outreach, overseeing social media platforms, providing admin support for residency open call, cataloging artist files, assistance at gallery events, and general research projects. Candidates should display enthusiasm for contemporary art. The internship will require 2 dy/wk commitment Contact us to apply: g


compensation: unpaid, pos sible commission, lunch provided. Are you on a track to be an art dealer, gallery director, or curator? This internship could be valuable for you. We are looking for someone to interact with museums, galleries, and potential art buyers, who can write and talk on the phone. While this is an unpaid internship, commissions on sales may be made. See if the artist’s work resonates with you and if does, please apply. www. Maxi Cohen’s films, videos and photographs are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art , the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Paley Media Center, and the Israel Museum of Art. Her films and video have also been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the International Center of Photograph, the Jewish Museum, Everson Museum in Syracuse, and other museums. Maxi’s documentary films have been broadcasted interna tionally and played in movie theaters. Maxi has taught at NYU and Pratt and lectured at MIT, USC, UCLA, Hunter and other universities. PLEASE APPLY: www.maxicohenstudio. com


Seeks HIGHLY motivated Interns available immediately. Qualified candidates should be highly personable, motivated and responsible, have excellent phone manner, POLISHED appearance, and an interest in contemporary art. A minimum of three months plus additional hours as needed. Email resume to stux@



(Beverly Hills) Compensation: Unpaid Internship. The Revolver Gallery in Beverly Hills is looking for late Spring/ Summer interns to work in our art gallery. The Revolver Gallery exclusively sells the works of Andy Warhol. In our internship program, interns gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience working closely with the Gallery Director and Social Media Manager. You will be given a firsthand look at the day-to-day operations of a gallery, as well as an in-depth understanding of digital marketing and selling of blue chip art. The Revolver Gallery is looking for a savvy candidate who is enthusiastic about Pop Art and Andy Warhol, understands contemporary art and Andy Warhol, and has a strong interest in digital media. You will develop a grasp in the art market, how to market to different demographics, and learn how auctions work. You will also write creative and engaging content that comes to life on social media platforms. We require the following: self-motivated, able to work autonomously with a team mentality, extremely organized, articulate, very computer and internet literate, reliable, able to multi-task in a very fast-paced environment, MAC, MS Office & Adobe Creative Suite proficient. Responsibilities include: Providing general office administration support, updating Gallery Manager database, updating the website with images and artist bios, Maintaining artist files, archives, and inventories, Assisting with art fair and exhibition preparation, Formatting articles and images in Photoshop, Proficiency in Mac and Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro), Light art handling, assist with planning and mounting of exhibitions. Assist with coordinating shipping for works coming in and out of gallery, Gallery sitting, Creating content on social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Ello, Snapchat...) Please include your resume and cover letter, which highlights your exp. (310) 786- 7417


We offer Internships with Artists in their studios, with art galleries, companies, arts organizations in Berlin, Buenos Aires, London, NYC and Los Angeles. We do not provide visas or support with this process as we are a U.S. based company. We review and edit resumes to help you meet your professional goals. Many of our BC Internships can lead to paid positions. Simple Steps to Obtaining an Internship: 1. You send us an email expressing your intertest 2. We follow up, start researching, your request for an internship. 3. You register and make a payment. You must make the payment before this is processed and confirmed. 4. We contact you with the internship possibility 5. We check in to see that all moving smoothly. 6. You receive a reference letter upon completion of the Berlin Collective Internship Program from the Artist, Curator, or Gallery.Register Here to Join the Berlin Collective Internship Program:

12 Mnth Internship @The Museum of Modern Art

Full-time, 12-Month internship offered for recent college graduates interested in pursuing a museum career. The focused departmental training is integrated with the fall, spring, and summer lecture series and complemented with financial provisions for the interns to attend an international art event related to their field of interest. Description: Primary responsibilities include creating and producing multimedia, assisting in the creation of educational websites, and coordinating educational resources for the web. The intern will also help with technology needs across the Education Department — creating creative Powerpoint slides and faciliating in presentations, resizing images, and teaching basic image and video editing software (iMovie, Garageband, Screenflow, or other screen - capture software). Requirements: Facility and comfort with social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube. Experience with shooting, editing, and producing video. Knowledge of applications such as Photoshop, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Garageband, Audacity, and Screenflow (or other screen - capture applications). Knowledge of MS Office applications (primarily Word, Power- Point, and Excel). Experience with online learning environment, such ass Blackboard or Moodle. Experience with blogging applications such as Blogger or WordPress. Experience using iTunes, Vimeo, and YouTube for uploading and downloading content. Experience teaching, ideally in a museum or community setting. An interest in education, educational theory, and the future of education in the digital age. The intern should have except. skills. http://www. internships.