PACE GALLERY (New York City)

Pace Prints 57th St is seek- ing a responsible, attentive individual interested in a part time unpaid internship that will provide hands-on experience in daily gallery functions. A commitment of two full days is required and three days would be preferred. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual seriously interested in pursuing a career in the contemporary art field. Answering phones, cataloging artist information, preparing press packs, and helping to hang art. APPLY AT:


We are looking for interns for the upcoming semester to assist with managing art installations, photoshoots, and providing support for film, tv, and music video shoots. Art Factory is a renovated warehouse space designed to create and sustain environment that helps artistic growth of local, regional and international members, guests and community partners.Our open environment + multi-disciplinary approach encourages collaboration between artists and growth of our individual artists. Duties: Helping management with scheduling, promotion and outreach for events; monitoring/maintenance of plumbing, hvac and other facilities; assisting teachers w/ class preparation + scheduling; assisting curators with exhibition design, promo + execution. Intern Benefits: membership; 24/7 open floor workspace and air conditioned lounges + kitchens; A Photo ID access card which can be used for - 75% off all figure drawing classes + 20% off other regular classes; and, up to 20% off food & drinks from onsite cafe. Compensation: None. Contact us at:


Snarkitecture is accepting applicants for a fulltime, three month internship position to begin immediately. The focus of this internship is to gain experience in the design, art, and development to learn about the production of furniture and products. The internship is open to designers, artists, fabricators and architects. The practice creates work in a range of scales and areas including permanent architectural projects, temporary public art installations, functional objects, design experiments, public art, object art, painting and performance. Benefits: The internship includes a monthly stipend, an unlimited monthly Metro Card, and daily lunch.



We invite promising young professionals to join the 2015–16 Museum Education Internship Program. As an Intern Educator, you will gain in-depth fieldwork experience by designing, facilitating, and teaching programs that address the needs of adult, school, and youth and family audiences. Participate in hands-on work shops and reading discussions, and conduct qualtative research throughout the year to learn about museum education theory and practice. Ongoing professional development provided by our experienced education and curatorial staff ensures that Intern Educators leave the program with extensive experience teaching and programming for a variety of audiences, and with a completed professional teaching portfolio. Program alumni have pursued jobs at such cultural institutions as the Denver Art Museum; the Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Qatar; The Metropolitan Museum of Art the National Museum of the American Indian; the New Museum; and the Queens Museum of Art. For more information check out our online application:


(Sydney, NSW AUS) We take one outstanding intern every year for a period of at least six months training. In the normal course of events the intern would be allocated a project to work on under the supervision of a department head. The intern will receive practical experience to compliment their academic achievements and will be expected to attend our art education program. There are a number of broad areas in which to work including Aboriginal art, Australian art, education and publications, client liaison and information technology. It is expected that applicants will have at least a Masters degree in Art History & Theory or an equivalent qualification in another discipline. We encourage applicants with strong managerial instincts and a solid practical skills base. Send a CV with a covering letter to—


Melbourne Art Fair has developed an internship program that will run during the Fair linking tertiary students with commercial galleries. This unique opportunity allows students to extend their industry experience and skill base. If you are interested in being involved please forward a letter of interest and CV