INTERNSHIPS

 

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 rmg@robertmillergallery.com. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

 

01

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

02

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