Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internship 2013
The Corita Art Center announces its Summer 2013, paid Multicultural Undergraduate Internship made possible by a grant from the Getty Foundation.
The Corita Art Center is a gallery and archive dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the art of America's foremost serigrapher, Corita Kent. Corita's work from the mid to late 1960s is striking chords worldwide with a retro-day-glo aesthetic and resonant political and social commentary.
Fulltime summer position. M-F 9-5 and some weekends.
This is a 10 week position beginning no earlier than June 3 and ending no later than August 23, 2012.
Salary is $350/week.
The intern will assist with all aspects of running a small museum including preparing and facilitating exhibitions, generating publicity, assisting with programs and fundraising, inventorying and conserving works on paper, website content, memberships, sales and general administrative duties.
1 • Student must live or go to college in LA County
2 • Student must be an enrolled undergraduate with at least one semester of college by June 2013
3 • 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
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 26, 2013, via email or snail mail:
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 or contact information.
contact: Sasha Carrera, Director