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Internship Opportunities

Learn the workings of the creative and business sides of Independent Curators International. You can intern with our exhibitions department to learn all about organizing and traveling exhibitions. If you want fundraising experience, you can intern with our development department and learn about membership, special event management and grant researching and writing. Or if you’re interested in education, you can intern with public programs to learn about how to organize public events and reach new audiences.

Deadlines:

For Spring (January-May): November 30
For Fall (September-December): July 31
For Summer (June-August): April 15

All internships are unpaid, but may be taken for academic credit. Please see the descriptions below for information about how to apply for development, exhibitions and public programs internships at ICI.

DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP

Responsibilities:
Work with the development staff on multiple aspects of ICI’s fundraising efforts; General- assist with special events and membership program (attending events on occasion), assist in researching new foundation and corporate funding opportunities and help with preparation of grant applications and corporate proposals, general office duties (assist with mailings, faxes, database entry) as needed; Specific tasks for 2010- research and help plan a trip to Brazil for ICI supporters, research and help plan ICI’s 2010 Fall Benefit, research and develop ICI’s international networks.

 

Recommended Skills and Experience:
Applicants should be graduate students or undergraduates who have completed at least 2 years of college. Strong interest in pursuing a career in areas of fundraising/development or arts administration necessary. Interest in contemporary art a plus. Strong writing and communication skills; solid research experience; familiarity with using database software a plus; well organized with attention to detail; ability to work with limited supervision

Schedule:
Minimum of one full day a week. Part time, flexible. Schedule can be adjusted for the right candidate.

Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to:
Kristin Nelson
Development Manager
Independent Curators International
799 Broadway, Suite 205
New York, NY 10003
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EXHIBITIONS INTERNSHIP

The Curatorial Intern will provide assistance to the Exhibitions Department in all phases of development of traveling exhibitions.

Responsibilities:
Assist with the maintenance of files and records related to exhibitions; assist in preparation, assembly, and execution of checklists, target mailings, loan forms, press packets, and other exhibition related projects; research potential venues for exhibitions; research basic information about artists; assist with the collection and maintenance of visual materials (slides / photographs / digital files); general administrative assistance

Requirements:
Good organizational and communication skills; experience with Macintosh, Excel and Photoshop; ability to work with limited supervision; interest in contemporary art

Schedule:
Availability for at least 2 full days per week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday). Intern hours are 10:00am – 5:30pm.

Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to:
Frances Wu
Giarratano
Exhibitions Manager

Independent Curators International

799 Broadway, Suite 205

New York, NY 10003

wu@ici-exhibitions.org

PUBLIC PROGRAMS AND COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP

Responsibilities:
Work with public programs on the planning, execution and follow up of ICI’s public events and new education ventures; research and compile contacts databases; implement new strategies to promote our programming and the ICI brand; assist in researching venues and speakers for events; assist in researching new foundation and corporate funding opportunities for public programs; general office duties as needed

Recommended Skills and Experience:
Well organized with attention to detail; strong writing and research experience; ability to work both independently and under structured supervision; strong interest in contemporary art

Schedule:
Minimum of one full day a week. Part time, flexible. Schedule can be adjusted for the right candidate.

Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to:
Chelsea Haines
Public Programs Manager
Independent Curators International
799 Broadway, Suite 205
New York, NY 10003
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Address

ICI
799 Broadway, #205
New York, NY 10003
P 212.254.8200
F 212.477.4781
info@ici-exhibitions.org

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