Jobs & Internships


ICI’s Programs Intern will assist with the development and production of ICI's Programs Department, working with the Programs Events Coordinator and Programs Research Coordinator. The core responsibilities for the ICI Programs Intern include, but are not limited to: preparing images and text to be published on ICI’s website for monthly public programs, the 2020 Curatorial Intensives, amongst other relevant ICI events; coordinating social media to promote ICI’s public programs alongside the Programs Events Coordinator; assisting the Programs Events Coordinator with the preparation and production of New York events; assisting the Programs Research Coordinator with archival organizing and accessioning of programs material such as audio, video, images and documents; and researching alumni and updating records appropriately, among other tasks.

Requirements:  At least two years of office experience and previous museum or gallery experience preferred; good organizational, time-management and communications skills; experience with Mac computers, Microsoft Excel, Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere, and Illustrator a plus; ability to work independently; interest in international contemporary art and curatorial studies; Spanish language skills and a positive attitude is a plus.

Schedule: Two-three full days a week for 10 weeks with course credit and/or stipend.

Please send cover letter and résumé to our Program Events Coordnator, Monica Terrero at
Deadline: November 20th, 2019 (Start date January 6, 2020)



ICI's Exhibitions Intern will provide assistance to the Programs Department in all phases of development of traveling exhibitions and related events. Exhibition Interns will have the chance to work first hand in facilitating international contemporary art exhibitions, research, registrarial duties, and producing content for ICI’s website. The core responsibilities for the ICI Exhibitions Intern include, but are not limited to: assisting with the maintenance of files and records related to exhibitions; assist in the preparation, assembly, and execution of checklists, didactics, target mailings, loan forms, press packets, and other exhibition related projects; researching potential venues for exhibitions; researching basic information about artists; assisting with the collection and maintenance of visual materials (slides / photographs / digital files); assisting with website content information; and general administrative assistance.

Requirements: Office experience required, previous museum or gallery experience preferred; good organizational and communication skills; experience with Mas OS X, Excel, and Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator; ability to work with limited supervision; interest in contemporary art and traveling exhibitions; fluency in a second language, including reading, writing, and speaking is preferred with preference given to Spanish speakers;

Schedule: At least 2 full days a week for 20 weeks with stipend.

Please send cover letter and résumé to our Programs Research Coordinator, Ehm West at
Deadline: December 6th, 2019 (Start date January 8, 2020)

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