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PUBLIC PROGRAMS & RESEARCH INTERNSHIP
WINTER 2017
No Phone Calls, please

Responsibilities: Work closely with ICI’s Public Programs & Research Coordinator and the Director of Public Programs & Research in the planning of public programs, such as the Curatorial Intensives, the Curator’s Perspective series, and the ICI Curatorial Hub events. Assist the Public Programs & Research Coordinator with research projects, such as digital publications. Additional support for the Public Programs department, such as attendance and support at ICI events, as needed.

Requirements: Highly organized with keen attention to detail; exceptional administrative skills and the ability to multi-task efficiently. Applicants should have an interest and strong knowledge of contemporary art, excellent communication skills, and the ability to work both independently and under structured supervision.

Schedule: 
Minimum of two full days a week, with some evenings and weekends for events as needed. Part-time, flexible. Schedule can be adjusted for the right candidate.

Contact: Send resume and cover letter (one page maximum) to Kimberly Kitada, Public Programs & Research Coordinator, kimberly@curatorsintl.org, with "Public Programs & Research Internship" in the subject line.

 

DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIPS

MARCH – JUNE / MARCH – AUGUST 2016
No Phone Calls, please

Responsibilities: Working with ICI’s Development Manager and Executive Coordinator to assist in the planning and execution of cultivation and stewardship events, including ICI's Annual Summer Cocktails in July; assist in the execution of mass in-house mailings; researching prospective donors, foundations, and grants and drafting correspondence; generate, design, and maintain marketing materials for print, press, and web for Development department; assist with organizing, shipping and maintaining ICI's Limited Edition artworks; basic administrative duties such as filing, delivering packages, running errands, and ensuring department materials are well stocked; support promotion, organization, and documentation of ICI’s special events.

Requirements: Professional demeanor and an ability to work well under pressure; exceptional administrative skills and the ability to complete work in a highly organized and timely manner; applicants should have an interest in contemporary art and arts administration; strong communication skills, both verbal and written, and the ability to work both independently and under structured supervision. Experience with the following programs: Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, eTapestry/database software. Previous registrar or art handling experience is a plus. This internship will offer insight into fundraising, stewardship and cultivation, among other aspects of operating a non-profit arts organization.

Schedule: 
Minimum of two full days a week, with some evenings and weekends for events as h

Contact: Send resume and cover letter (one page maximum) to Francisco Correra-Cordero at francisco@curatorsintl.org, with "2016 Development Internship" in the subject line.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP


Responsibilities:
Working with ICI’s Communications Manager to assist in researching and drafting content for our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts. Other general Communications and administrative tasks as assigned.

Requirements: Strong writing and research skills; ability to work both independently and under structured supervision; strong interest in contemporary art and in digital media outlets. Basic Photoshop skills a plus.

Schedule: One to two full days a week. Part-time, flexible. Schedule can be adjusted for the right candidate.

Contact: Bessie Zhu, Administrative and Communications Manager, bessie@curatorsintl.org with with “Social Media Internship" in the subject line.

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