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Art Studio Intern, Spring 2022
An art studio intern will join our creative team in the studio! You'll be working with our artists and staff to explore multiple art forms and make meaningful social connections within the studio community. We will work with you to define goals that meet mutual expectations and requirements.

Art Studio Intern Description:

For this internship period, we are able to offer a $1,500 stipend. The internship will last 15 weeks with a minimum of 10 hours per week (for a total of 150 hours). Exact dates will be determined upon hiring. The stipend will be issued in two installments, one after week 7 and another after week 15.

What follows is a general overview of what we think will make for a successful and rewarding internship. We will not expect interns to work during their finals, official breaks according to their university, or federal holidays.

Internship Responsibilities:

  • Supporting the Program Director and studio staff in fulfilling the organization’s mission and the goals of studio programs.
  • Assist studio staff in conceptualizing and creating artwork in support of and in collaboration with Studio By The Tracks (SBTT) artists
  • Assist with prep, cleanup, and organization for adult classes
  • Assist in preparing artwork for sale or display
  • Help maintain a supportive, positive studio environment
  • Be excited to foster social connections with our artists through conversation while making art
  • Assist with children’s program curriculum and class as needed
  • Contribute to research, preparation, and execution of special projects and virtual programs including but not limited to:
    • Exhibitions, events, and fundraisers
    • Collaborations with local and regional artists
    • Digital Resource newsletters

Intern Requirements:

  • Interest in working in the arts, arts education, community arts, or/and nonprofit sector to create a better community
  • Familiarity with a working studio environment and the creative process
  • Working knowledge of basic artistic principles and processes
  • Willingness to explore a broad range of artistic techniques, tools, and materials
  • Ability to be adaptable and flexible in a dynamic classroom and studio environment
  • Comfortable working collaboratively with a diverse group of adults and children
  • Familiar with Zoom, Facetime, and Google Suite
  • Adhere to the core values listed on SBTT’s website

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Boo Gilder, Program Director

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