Intern at Second Street Gallery!
Second Street Gallery is looking for interns for the summer and for the 2018/19 academic year.
The summer session will run from the middle of May to the end of July.
They are looking for help with marketing, event planning, outreach, art handing, and more!
Under the guidance of Second Street Gallery’s Executive Director & Chief Curator, the Curatorial Intern will perform research and provide support for curatorial work and upcoming exhibitions that focus predominantly on Contemporary Art. The candidate should be well-organized, with good attention to detail, knowledge of working with images, and familiarity with scanning and editing software. Skills Required: mature undergraduate, recent graduate or graduate student. Skills Desired: Proficiency in MAC OS, MS Excel, MS Word, and image software (Photoshop and/or InDesign). Must have excellent writing skills.
Gallery Assistant Internship
Under the guidance of Second Street Gallery’s Executive Director & Chief Curator, the Gallery Assistant Intern will provide support to SSG staff and assist with general operations. Duties may involve project based work within our database system and online platform, administrative support, and other day-to-day tasks as assigned. The candidate should be well-organized, with good attention to detail, and the ability to juggle multiple jobs at once. Skills Required: mature undergraduate, recent graduate or graduate student. Skills Desired: Proficiency in MAC OS, MS Excel, MS Word, and image software (Photoshop and/or InDesign).
Interns will assist the Outreach Coordinator in preparing and executing outreach events in the community. Outreach includes working with students of all ages as well as adults. The candidate will be well-organized, the ability to juggle multiple jobs at once, and excited about Art Education.
Minimum requirement for all positions: 8 hours per week. The internship will take place during the gallery’s regular hours, Tuesday-Friday, 11am-6pm. Interns are also expected to participate and assist during exhibition openings, special events, and public programs.
These are wonderful opportunities for highly motivated students interested in contemporary art to learn about the inner-workings of a gallery under the direction of an art world professional with over 13 years experience in a major New York City art gallery.
Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates interested in the Curatorial Internship position should also submit a short writing sample (preferably from one of their art history classes).
Students who are not able to commit to an 8 hour a week internship, but who are still interested in getting involved at the gallery should fill out the volunteer form.
Volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities and events throughout the year. There is no minimum time commitment for volunteers.