Internships and Career Building in Art
Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, 5:30 PM, Bucknell Hall - Internships in the Arts Panel Discussion
Join fellow students as they discuss internships they've completed in the Arts. Learn how they found about relevant opportunities, the application process, tips on landing that perfect opportunity, and all that learned on the job and beyond. Question and answer will be a big part of the discussion, to come prepared to be enlightened.
Spring 2013 (date to be announced): Jobs in the Arts Alumni Panel
Former Bucknell students from NYC, Philly and Wash.DC who have great jobs in the arts- Sotheby's auction house, Museum of Modern Art, Galerie Lelong, Mary Boone Gallery, etc.- talk about how they got their jobs and what they entail on a daily basis. The former students give advice to current students on how to apply successfully for such positions, with extensive Q and A.
In the Area:
Regional Art History Symposium, Spring 2013
Details forthcoming - check in with Art History faculty for up to date information
Other current opportunities:
- Art and Art History Department's new blog site for the most current opportunities and links
- Internships at the Center for Photography at Woodstock: visit the CPW web site at: Internships
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Check all museums in areas of interest - projects are posted throughout the year
- Art History Jobs - fellowships and internships at About.Net
International Studio & Curatorial Program
1040 Metropolitan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211
Art studio internship, working with international professional artists primarily assisting with research. Unpaid.
Qualifications: Minimum commitment of four hours per week for three months.
Send resume to attn: Juliana Cope, Community Liaison at email@example.com
The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is the premier residency-based contemporary art center in the United States for emerging to mid-career artists and curators from around the world. Founded in 1994, ISCP has hosted over 1,000 artists and curators from more than 50 countries, including the United States. In 2008, ISCP moved from Manhattan to East Williamsburg, Brooklyn to the former factory of the Sackett & Wilhelms Lithography Company, an 18,000 square-foot building constructed in 1901. This move expanded ISCP's facilities to 36 studios, an exhibition gallery and a project space. To advance its core mission of supporting artists in producing and exhibiting a wide range of contemporary, often experimental, artistic approaches, ISCP recently launched a series of innovative exhibitions and public programs both on- and off-site. ISCP's programming engages audiences in meaningful ways while fostering the institution's relationship to its community. Each year, over 100 artists and curators are in residence at ISCP and approximately 10,000 individuals attend ISCP's public programs.