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ISCP is now accepting applications for the LeRoy Neiman and Janet Byrne Neiman Foundation Summer 2023 Internship hosted by Rethinking Residencies.
ISCP will be accepting two interns for this position in Summer 2023.
Internship Description: ISCP interns engage in all aspects of the day-to-day operations of an international not-for-profit arts organization and gain invaluable experience while being introduced to a vast network of international art professionals. Due to ISCP’s small staff, interns play a critical role in the administration of ISCP’s overall program. Administrative internship are focused on programs, development, finance or communications. ISCP internships can provide a foundation in a variety of skills, and offer experience and contacts for future careers in the following professions: curator, artist, and arts administrator.
•Executive Intern: Interns focus on regional research online and assist primarily developing relationships between ISCP and individual donors, ministries of culture and prospective corporate supporters of future residencies. Individuals will work closely with the Executive Director of ISCP and provide support in various aspects of the organization’s operations, board meetings, and donor stewardship.
•Communications: Individuals interested in design and marketing who are detail oriented with an interest in photography tend to excel in this internship. Interns photograph resident studios and programs for residents such as field trips. While ISCP is still hosting virtual events, the intern will be involved in documentation and archiving. Communications interns also research press for ISCP’s 30+public events and play a large part in promoting ISCP alumni and current events worldwide via Twitter and Facebook, as well as online listings. Tuesdays afternoon availability is required.
•Fundraising – grants and campaigns: Fundraising is a skill that is useful for anyone interested in a future in arts administration and philanthropy in general. The intern builds research skills, assists in the development of proposals and reports to foundations and government funders. The intern also helps prepare materials and data in preparation for cultivation and prospecting.
•Operations: Individuals interested in arts administration will gain insight into the operation of an arts nonprofit and will work closely with the Chief Financial Officer. The intern will primarily assist with ISCP’s annual financial audit, maintaining the Salesforce donor database and logistics of an upcoming IT upgrade.
•Programs-public programs: The focus of this internship is on research for public talks, exhibitions and programs for ISCP residents. Excellent research skills and a strong interest in art history or curating is required.
•Programs-residencies: Responsibilities include answering inquiries from prospective residents, registering applications, researching open call opportunities for alumni, and providing direct support for current residents on field trips, trips to Materials for the Arts and resident events. Tuesday or Thursday availability is required. Administrative skills in Microsoft office or Google sheets and docs is preferred. Interns will participate in basic program administration.
•Facilities: Applicants interested in art installation, fabrication, and art handling may consider this role. The facilities intern will learn about the physical upkeep of galleries and studio spaces, framing, packing, and shipping art; as well as assisting curators and artists in putting their exhibition plans into action. This can be a physically demanding job. Familiarity with basic hand tools like drills and saws is a plus.
All interns are invited to select monthly field trips and all public programs.
Qualifications: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, multitasking, reliability, team player, Mac proficiency (Word and Excel), basic Creative Suite knowledge a plus, experience with database systems (Salesforce a plus), strong organizational skills, interest in non-profit arts administration and contemporary art. Eligibility to work in the United States is required. Please note: candidates must be of junior-year college level or above to be considered. Serious inquiries only need apply.
Eligibility: Applicants must be rising high school seniors, college freshman, or college sophomores. No previous experience is required, but demonstrated enthusiasm for a career in the arts is a must.
Duration: June–August, 2023. Internships are 12 weeks long, and require a minimum commitment of 16 hours (two days) per week.
Compensation: Stipend of $800/month, receiving a total of $2,400 over the course of the internship program.
How to apply:
Email resume and cover letter to Maria Mora Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: March 17, 2023.
For more information about this opportunity and Rethinking Residencies please visit here.
The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ISCP does not discriminate due to age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other factor prohibited by law.