516 ARTS is offering internship opportunities for hands-on experience working in a non-profit, non-collecting contemporary art museum. We are seeking motivated individuals of all backgrounds, identities, and abilities. Interns will be required to dedicate 150 hours over the semester, for a minimum of 8 hours/week.
As interns, the selected candidates will become important team members and will work closely with our staff. Projects and tasks will be discussed at the beginning of the internship, depending on the intern’s interests and the organization’s needs. Main duties and projects include:
Hands-on experience in a non-profit contemporary art space;
Course credits (if agreed with Teaching Institution);
Free day parking in Downtown Albuquerque;
Memberships to the North American Reciprocal Museum Association (https://narmassociation.org);
Choice of one catalogue or other 516 publication;
Series of meetings with 516 ARTS staff members to learn more about the different professional figures involved in a contemporary art museum;
Networking opportunities with artists, speakers, and curators;
Reference for future applications at the completion of the internship;
Please send all the following material to firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Internship Application)
• Resume or CV
• Two professional references (names and contacts)
• Cover letter
Make sure your letter includes the following information:
Why you want to intern for 516 ARTS;
What your schedule availability would be and how many hours per week.
We have three internship cycles over the year. For 2021 the dates are:
FALL: September 7 - December 10, 2021
For the FALL: August 20, 2021
Contact Viola Arduini, Education and Outreach Coordinator: email@example.com
516 ARTS is always looking for volunteers and also offers internships for students and people of all ages interested in getting hands-on experience working with a busy non-profit arts organization. We are seeking volunteers to assist with daily gallery operations, special events, installation of exhibitions and meeting the demands of our growing arts education program.
If you are an artist, art student, art educator, or anyone with an interest in art, call 505-242-1445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org