DEVELOPMENT INTERN to assist our Executive Director and Fundraising Committee in researching grants and updating the grants calendar.
A light internship of 3 hours in office every week or every other week. A good introduction to the philanthropic landscape, and using online calendars for teams.
ARCHIVIST INTERN(s) to help preserve the story of our past 12 years of activities, productions and presentations!
This could be a light internship of 3 hours once per month for 3 months, or a focused internship of 8-24 hours per week for 6 weeks. At the outset, we would identify a product which you will have authored as part of this experience. We need people to sort through the architectural and renovation history of St. Anthony’s, and to help us compile our institutional and programming history.
We hope that our archives team will produce a Workflow document that could serve as a model for similar shoe-string arts institutions across the US (and that you can set us on the right course to preserving our history!)
CURATORIAL INTERN to help review submissions for 2016 and 2017 programming, and would field communications with artists. Visual and time-based arts, including music, noise, sound art, video, cinema, performance.
Committed general internship, 6-8 hours per week for 6 weeks. We welcome any level of participation, and hope that we can provide guidance, opportunity and professional connections for an aspiring curator.
WCAA INTERNS to support programmers using the WCAA Production Room, or to go out and record events.
Committed internship. 3-6 hours per week for 12 weeks.
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Include the particular internship that you are applying for in the subject line.
Fall Internships begin week of September 5, week of September 19 or week of October 24.
WCAA Internships are rolling and can begin anytime.
In your message, be sure to include when you are available to start, how many weeks you are able to commit to, and what days and times you are available.
You are welcome to include your LinkedIn profile or a resume, but it is not required. We want to know about you, and to know why you are interested in us.
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for contributing to the transformation and revitalization of Grand Street Community Arts!