Redux Contemporary Art Center is looking for bright, hard-working interns who are passionate about art for the Spring 2014 semester!
Ideal candidates would be Arts Management, Studio Art, Art History or Business majors or students interested in gaining experience in gallery management, nonprofit management, event management, social media, or arts education and outreach . Class credit may be available depending on your major.
To apply for an internship position, please email a one page cover letter and resume/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unpaid internships are available for college/university undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in arts management and nonprofit administration. Successful internships at Redux require at least 10 hours per week assisting Redux staff develop and implement all programming, including studio classes and exhibitions. Interns assist in all aspects of gallery preparation and installation, such as packing/unpacking works of art, painting, and adjusting lighting. Interns also serve as front desk greeters, special event hosts and answer telephone calls, general e-mail inquiries, and register students for art classes and workshops.
About Redux: Redux Contemporary Art Center (Redux) is a nonprofit organization committed to fostering creativity and the cultivation of contemporary art through diverse exhibitions, subsidized studio space for visual artists, meaningful education programs, and a multidisciplinary approach to the dialogue between artists and their audiences.
Redux offers free year round art exhibitions, artist and curator lecture series, and film screenings, while educating art patrons of all ages through fine art classes and workshops, community outreach, and internship opportunities.
Redux is instrumental in presenting new artists to our community through our artist-in-residency program, and our many artist and music performances. In addition, Redux remains a bustling center for contemporary art with 16 private artist studios, and the only public printmaking and darkroom facilities in the Lowcountry.
For more info, visit http://reduxstudios.org