Internships / Fellowships / Seasonal / Academic Positions







Romare Bearden Minority Museum Fellowship
Saint Louis Art Museum
St. Louis, Missouri, USA


The Saint Louis Art Museum is pleased to announce a 12-month museum fellowship that provides beginning professionals an opportunity to work throughout the Museum. The Romare Bearden Minority Fellowship, nearing its 25th anniversary, is designed to build a pool of outstanding minority professionals for work in the visual arts. The Bearden Fellow is fully integrated into the Museum with the opportunity to work with various departments, including learning and engagement, publications, curatorial, registrar and development. Specific assignments will be tailored to the Fellow’s skill and the Museum’s needs, but duties will include curatorial research, program development, teaching, and the writing of interpretive materials.

To be eligible for the fellowship, the applicant must have completed at least one year of graduate school by June 2015 in art history, art education, museum studies, area studies or related fields. Applicant must have good written and verbal communication skills, be able to work independently and manage multiple assignments.

The Romare Bearden Fellow will receive a salary of $32,500, full time benefits package and an educational travel allowance. Prospective Fellows must complete the on-line application, upload a cover letter explaining your interest in the fellowship, a resume, a writing sample in a humanities area, three letters of recommendation (academic and professional), and undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable). Only complete applications will be reviewed. To be considered, please apply online at www.slam.org/careers. Application deadline is March 20, 2015 and employment date is July 20, 2015.

SAINT LOUIS ART MUSEUM IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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This job posted by MERC from January 19 through March 20.







Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art/MA Museum Studies Internships
University of East Anglia
Norwich, United Kingdom


Internship: Part-Time
Contract Type: N/A
Bursary: £10,000
Closing Date: 1 March 2015

The Department of Art History and World Art Studies offer funded places on its competitive MA in Museum Studies, in partnership with its associates in the Sainsbury Institute for Art (SCVA): http://scva.ac.uk/

The internship provides students with £10,000 towards fees and expenses for students accepted for the MA Museum Studies degree:
http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degree/detail/ma-museum-studies

Applicants who would like to be considered for the Internship should demonstrate familiarity with the museum and gallery field, and proven, team-based work skills. Short-listed candidates will normally have a strong academic record, a flexible and collaborative approach and experience working or volunteering in museums, although those looking for a change in career direction, who may bring transferable skills to the sector, will also be considered.

Each Intern undertakes a programme of workplace-based training as part of a team at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. Interns are usually assigned to one of four areas: Curatorial, Education, Collections Management, or Access and Communications. Their training contributes to a credit module on the MA degree.

Eligibility: Home/EU/International students.

Method of application. Apply online:

http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degree/detail/ma-museum-studies#apply

Please indicate on your application form that you wish to be considered for an MA Museum Studies Internship. To be considered for the Internship, applicants must first be offered a place on the MA in Museum Studies, which requires an interview. Short-listing for the Internship takes place after all complete applications that meet the deadline have been considered. Short-listed candidates are then invited for an additional interview with SCVA staff, which is likely to take place in spring 2015.

If you would like to know more, please contact Course Director Ferdinand de Jong at: F.Jong@uea.ac.uk

Please reference museum-employment.com when applying for this job.
This job posted by MERC from January 7 through March 1.







SADACC MA Museum Studies Internship
University of East Anglia
Norwich, United Kingdom

Internship: Part-Time
Contract Type: N/A
Bursary: £10,000
Closing Date: 1 March 2015

The Sainsbury Institute for Art in partnership with the South Asian Decorative Art Crafts Collection (SADACC), offer an internship as part of our MA Museum Studies degree. The internship will provide a student with £10,000 towards fees and expenses for a student accepted for the MA Museum Studies degree:
http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degree/detail/ma-museum-studies

Applicants who would like to be considered for the Internships should demonstrate familiarity with the museum and gallery field, and proven, team-based work skills. Short-listed candidates will normally have a strong academic record, a flexible and collaborative approach and experience working or volunteering in museums, although those looking for a change in career direction, who may bring transferable skills to the sector, will also be considered. Interest in South Asian arts and crafts is desirable but not essential.

Each Intern undertakes a programme of workplace-based training as part of a team at SADACC.

Eligibility: Home/EU/International students.

Method of application. Apply online:
http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degree/detail/ma-museum-studies#apply

Please indicate on your application form that you wish to be considered for a SADACC MA Museum Studies Internship. To be considered, applicants must first be offered a place on the MA in Museum Studies, which requires an interview. Short-listing for the Internship takes place after all complete applications that meet the deadline have been considered.

If you would like to know more, please contact Course Director Ferdinand de Jong at: F.Jong@uea.ac.uk

Please reference museum-employment.com when applying for this job.
This job posted by MERC from January 7 through March 1.



Summer Arts Management Internship in the Berkshires
MCLA Berkshire Cultural Resource Center
North Adams, Massachusetts, USA


Berkshire Hills Internship Program (B-HIP) is a structured summer internship course that integrates theory into practice in real-world contexts. For more information & to download an application for our unique program, visit mcla.edu/b-hip.

An intensive twelve-week program, B-HIP combines an internship component with a seminar in arts management, talk backs with the area's leading arts professionals, and full participation in cultural events throughout Berkshire County.

Interns work in a multitude of administrative capacities including: development, marketing, public relations and programming – as they gain hands-on experience in the field of arts management. Each internship is tailored to suit participants’ interests and talents. Former interns have worked at highly regarded institutions including The Clark Art Institute, MASS MoCA, Berkshire Living Magazine, and Shakespeare and Company to name a few.

B-HIP is a 9-credit graduate level course that is open to upper level undergraduate students (juniors and seniors), recent graduates, and working professionals. Applicants must have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.5. Nonprofit, business, and/or arts management coursework or experience in the field will enhance the candidate’s application. Applicants must be passionate about the arts management field, prepared for an intensive twelve weeks, and able to work as an active member of a learning cohort. Interns are required to be available and fully committed to the full program. The summer 2015 B-HIP session will run from May 25th - August 14th, 2015. A modest program fee provides for: custom placement at a leading cultural institution in the berkshires suited to the interns interests and area of expertise, a weekly class providing context for the practical experience gained onsite, housing, & tickets to all events. In addition, scholarships and tuition reductions are available on a limited basis for current MCLA students and non-students applicants. All Interns receive a $100 weekly stipend to offset some living expenses.

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This job posted by MERC from December 29 through March 30.



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