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Apply for one of two paid positions at ESMoA for Summer 2022.

Listed below are the two Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internships.

The duration of both internships is 10-weeks from June 20 to August 26, 2022 and the deadline for application is Saturday, April 01 at 5 PM PST.

  1. Communications and Digital Media Intern

         

The Communications and Digital Media Intern will assist the ESMoA team with marketing and engagement, curate content for ESMoA’s online platforms, and help design promotional materials for our annual Video Art + Film. Additionally, the Intern will have some archival responsibilities such as saving and storing social media posts on ESMoA’s digital archive. Among the many educational opportunities for the Communications and Digital Media Intern are on-the-job experiences and instruction that will:

  • Enable them to create effective marketing campaigns to promote the programs of a non-profit arts organization (25%),
  • Write incisive and persuasive copy that maintains an appropriate and consistent editorial tone (25%),
  • Demonstrate familiarity with photo editing/graphic design software and social media platforms (25%),
  • Develop relationships with arts professionals and artists in an energetic and creative environment (25%).
  • Working closely with ESMoA’s Director of Information and Media, the Intern’s final project will be the design and coordination of a social media campaign promoting ESMoA’s sixth annual Video Art + Film Festival in December 2022.

This opportunity is made possible with support from The Getty Foundation. The internships are intended for outstanding students who are members of groups underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts. To learn more about program requirements, please click the link below.

LEARN MORE ABOUT PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

The internship is 10-weeks from June 20 to August 26, 2022. The deadline to submit applications is Saturday, April 01 at 5 PM PST.

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining your interest and a current resume to submit@artlab21.org. Include ‘Getty Marrow Communications and Digital Media Internship’ in the email subject line and cover letter.

 

2. Education and Public Programs Intern

The Education and Public Program Intern will focus on the development and implementation of ESMoA’s arts education programs including but not limited to talks, hands-on workshops, and digital content. Additionally, the Intern will be instrumental in developing curriculum materials for ESMoA’s fall Experience blue/swith visiting curator Essence Harden. Among the many educational opportunities for the Education and Public Programs Intern are on-the-job experiences and instruction that will,

  • Enable them to develop experiential art programs for a diverse range of audiences of all ages and skill levels (25%),
  • Produce written content to support ESMoA’s learning communities (25%),
  • Demonstrate familiarity with the summer Experience when working with visiting K-12, emeritus, and family groups (25%),
  • Develop relationships with arts professionals and artists in an energetic and creative environment (25%).

The candidate will work closely with the Education Specialist and Director of Operations, and the final project will be the design and implementation of a public program or event at ESMoA that complements the summer Experience 51: TIME as well as a gallery guide or tool that enhances the visitor’s engagement with the show’s artworks and themes.

This opportunity is made possible with support from The Getty Foundation. The internships are intended for outstanding students who are members of groups underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts.

LEARM MORE ABOUT PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

The internship is 10-weeks from June 20 to August 26, 2022. The deadline to submit applications is Saturday, April 01 at 5 PM PST.

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining your interest and a current resume, including ‘Getty Marrow Education and Public Programs Internship’ in the email subject line and cover letter.

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