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Qualified applicants will have professional written and oral communication, excellent organization and research skills. Interns should have a strong knowledge of and enthusiasm for contemporary art. Experience with computers and office software is a requirement; knowledge of ArtSystems is preferred.


Hours: 11 AM - 6 PM with a minimum commitment of two days per week


Internships are unpaid, however, school credit may be arranged. 


Interested applicants should send a brief cover letter and resume to Applications accepted on a rolling basis.



Business Administration and Public Relations Internship


The Business Intern supports the sales representatives and public relations department for press, marketing, events, and liaising.


Key priorities to include:

- Monitoring press coverage and social media activity to send to Public Relations manager

- Establishing systems for maintaining online and digital content

- Managing press listings and gallery correspondence

- Supporting the organization of public and private events


Registration Internship


The Registration Intern supports the Head Registrar and Assistant Registrar for cataloguing, documenting, and tracking artworks.


Key priorities to include:

- Conducting inventory and object care for collections

- Assisting with preparation, record-keeping, and condition reports

- Photographing and organizing images to correspond with digital database records

- Researching provenance and auction records to report to Registrars and Sales


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