IMAGINE THAT! INTERNSHIP
with author-artist Joyce Raimondo*
*Programs held at Jackson Pollock’s House
Accepting applications for INTERNSHIPS
in Museum Education and Arts Administration
May 15 – September 6, 2015*
8 hours a week
Seeking Intern to assist with Family l Workshops held at Jackson Pollock’s House – a national landmark in East Hampton. Workshops held on scheduled Saturdays in June, July, and August from 9:00 am -12:00 pm. Additionally, intern will assist five hours a week offsite with all aspects of program administration and marketing. *Note: dates of internship are flexible and if intern has prior commitments on some Saturdays, advance consideration will be given.
Working directly with acclaimed author-artist Joyce Raimondo and the public, the Internship offers experience in museum education and arts programming for children. Intern will gain knowledge of how to create and market art events and how to effectively discuss art history with young audiences.
Interest in art education and enjoys children. Physically able to set up supplies for workshops (some outdoors.) Computer skills in Microsoft Word for Mac Computer. Detail oriented and reliable.
There is no stipend for this Internship.
This Internships are offered by
Imagine That! Art Education located in East Hampton.
Send resume or inquires:
or forward this to others.
Best wishes, Joyce Raimondo
Founding Director/ Imagine That!
Forward email Imagine That! Art Education | P.O. Box 419 | Amagansett | NY | 11930
The Frick Collection is accepting applications for an Interpretive Fellowship in Museum Education—please share the following information with graduate students who may be interested!This year-long fellowship (August 2015 through July 2016) is devoted to the study and practice of gallery teaching in the art museum. Museum professionals and graduate students who have completed a minimum of one year of graduate work in art history, museum education, or museum studies are eligible. Please view the full job posting here or use the attached PDF.
Thank you in advance for sharing.
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021
Hey BC Art Students, Are you aware that in cases of emergency the college has grants that you can apply for? So if you have lost your apartment, childcare, had your books stolen, or some other short term emergency, consider applying!
>> The Carroll and Milton Petrie Student Emergency Grant Fund has been >> created for the purpose of providing quick response emergency grants to >> students in good standing with short-term financial emergencies, to >> enable them to remain in school, rather than being forced to take a leave >> of absence or drop out.
>> Eligibility Requirements for the Petrie Emergency Grant:
>> Students who can demonstrate need and are facing a current unexpected >> emergency may apply for this grant. The applicant should: >> * have a good record of conduct
>> * have paid tuition to Brooklyn College
>> * be matriculated
>> Petrie Grant Award Guidelines
>> Examples of emergencies to be considered include, but are not limited to:
>> * Travel home for serious illness or death in the immediate family (e.g., >> parents and siblings)
>> * Homelessness due to loss of housing
>> * Imminent documented eviction
>> * Documented theft of books and other essential academic belongings >> * Required uninsured medical treatment and/or follow-up >> * An unanticipated loss resulting in a lack of funds to get to and from >> school
>> * Sudden loss of childcare to cover academic schedule >> * Prescription eyeglasses or essential dental work
>> Note: Petrie grants will not be given for tuition cost, college debts or >> legal representation.
>> Please be aware that the Petrie grant cannot be used for tuition and fees. >>
>> For more information, please go to
>> http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/about/administration/enrollment.php and >> click on “Student Emergency Grant” in the right-side navigation. >
Alum Maia Cruz Palileo is featured in the Spring issue of Brooklyn Magazine! She is also in the group show, No Rush, at the Lower East Side print shop, opening March 18 and has an upcoming solo show at Taymour Grahne Gallery, opening April 16. She was also recently featured in the Paris Review. Wow!
Call for Entries
65th Annual Art of the Northeast Exhibition
Silvermine Arts Center
Show Dates: June 6 – July 26, 2015
Michelle Grabner, co-founder of The Suburban & the Poor Farm and most recently co-curator of the 2014 Whitney Biennial and Brad Killiam, co-founder of The Suburban & the Poor Farm.
Open to All Media
Artists must reside in CT, DE, MA, MD (D.C.), ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, or VT
Best in Show: $3,000 prize and a solo exhibition at Silvermine Arts Center.
The jurors have, at their discretion, an additional $4,000+ in cash awards.
To enter, complete the Art of the Northeast entry form on Slideroom – https://silvermineart.slideroom.com
Entry fee is a flat $45 for up to 10 entries. To be considered for the Best in Show Prize, artists are required to enter a minimum of three works. Please do not include additional information, such as bios, resumes, etc. in your entry submission.
Deadline: Friday, April 24, 2015
Prospectus Available: http://www.silvermineart.org/art/call-for-entries.php
Please let me know if you have any questions. We appreciate your assistance in spreading the word!
Silvermine Arts Center
1037 Silvermine Rd
New Canaan, CT 06840
203.966.9700 ext 20
There are 3 paid internships in museum education at the Brooklyn Museum: http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/about/careers/career_description.php?id=385
Brooklyn College Internship and Job Fair (March 20th) and Internship Stipend Program (deadline March 22nd)March 10, 2015
> BROOKLYN COLLEGE INTERNSHIP/JOB FAIR – MARCH 20th
> Students can meet with over 70 employers on March 20th at the Brooklyn College Internship/Job Fair which will be held at the Student Center from 11:30 to 2pm. Employers are recruiting for their full-time and part-time jobs and internships in all areas. Employers participating include 1010 WINS, Jumpstart, TD Bank, Ion Media Networks, Peace Corps, U.S. State Department, PwC, KPMG, and NYPIRG to name a few. (This Fair is open to ALL students and alumni.) >
> To help students make a great impression at the fair, the center is offering numerous workshops and extended hours for resume review. For details and to register for the job fair and other events students should go to the Career section of portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu or call 718 951 5696 for more information. >
> MAGNER CAREER CENTER INTERNSHIP STIPEND – Deadline March 22nd.
> The Magner Career Center offers a stipend programs to help students afford an unpaid internship or other experience related to their career (student teaching, research and some volunteer experiences qualify). Given the competitive job market it is critical for students to gain experience to complement their degree. >
> Through generous donations from alumni, the Magner Career Center awards stipends to student from each school. All majors qualify and it is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Students apply the semester before they plan to intern. Deadline for summer or fall is March 22nd. Get the application and find out more at http://tinyurl.com/magnerstipends >
Dear students,The Internship Program is hosting:
Internships in Arts Media and Entertainment
Tuesday March 24, 2015, 12:15-2:00
Jefferson-Williams Lounge, 4th floor, Student Center
The employer panel is designed to highlight options forstudents in the School of Visual Media and Performing Arts with the following majors: art, music, film, television, radio and theater and will feature organizations with internship programs in related areas. Employers will discuss their programs and the qualities they seek in candidates. Bring Your Resume!
Participating organizations include:
§ Discovery Communications
§ Brooklyn Academy of Music
§ Retro Media NYC
§ What’s the 411 TV
§ The Film Shop
§ Mono No Aware
Register through the BC portal http://portal.brooklyn.edu via the “Career” tab
Register for this event now to ensure your spot!
Magner Career Center