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Multicultural Undergraduate Internship 2014

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The Corita Art Center announces its Summer 2014, paid Multicultural Undergraduate Internship, made possible by a grant from the Getty Foundation.

The Corita Art Center is an archive and gallery dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Corita Kent’s art, teaching, and philosophy of peace and social justice.  We engage broad audiences and encourage new scholarship about Corita’s life and work through the realization of exhibitions and workshops as well as maintaining an archive of her work and ephemera.

The intern will work in all areas of the Corita Art Center including exhibition preparation, acquisitions, archive, membership, education, marketing, and daily administrative tasks.  The intern’s duties will include inventorying the archive and exhibition collection; updating and maintaining the database; adding ephemera to the archive and database; condition reports for serigraph sales and exhibitions; co-creation and facilitation of workshops and educational offerings; gift shop and online sales; and assisting with marketing and publicity materials.  Each summer our intern gets to select an area of focus and will be expected to work fairly independently on that particular project while fulfilling daily tasks as they arise.

The position is full-time, Monday to Friday 9-5 with some evening and weekend hours.

The salary is $400/week.

This is a 10-week position beginning no earlier than June 2 and ending no later than August 22, 2014.

Requirements:

  •  Student must live or go to college in LA County
  •  Student must be an enrolled undergraduate with at least one semester of college by June 2014
  • In addition, this internship is intended specifically for outstanding students who are members of groups currently underrepresented in visual arts related professions: African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander

Useful skills:

Able to take initiative and ask pertinent questions; thoroughness and intense attention to detail, outstanding written and oral communication skills, self-starter who works independently, experience with Mac, interest in research, education, art and mid-20th century history.

To apply please submit by April 25, 2014 to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (preferred) or 5515 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028:

1) RESUME

2) COVER LETTER: include

a) reasons for applying for this particular internship and 

b) how you meet all three requirements.

3) 2 REFERENCES – either letters of recommendation or contact information.

For more information contact: Ray Smith

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