Rotational Internship Program
Rotational Internships provide opportunities to acquire practical experience in a small art museum by working closely with staff members on projects and assisting in daily operational duties. Interns rotate through groupings of departments: curatorial, communications, development, education, registration, and the Open Sessions program for emerging artists. In addition, interns are given the opportunity to learn about each department in greater detail through staff presentations.
Deadlines for applications are April 15 for Summer session, July 1 for Fall session, and November 15 for Spring session.
Interns should be undergraduates, graduate students, or recently graduated students and should have completed at least one year of college.
Interns must commit to work a minimum of fifteen hours each week, attend opening receptions for all exhibitions, and assist with at least one special event each month during the duration of the internship. Internships run for approximately two to four months, the summer session runs from the end of May or beginning of June through July. In some circumstances, interns may be able to continue for subsequent sessions.
As of July 1, 2019, The Drawing Center will offer a monthly Intern Stipend Program, an initiative towards fair and equitable compensation for interns.
Intern candidates who receive fiscal sponsorship from another institution or who are enrolled in an accredited internship program for academic credit are eligible to receive a travel stipend during their internship.
Intern applicants must fill out and return to The Drawing Center an application form with their resume. Intern applicants may obtain an application form by downloading the file above, by calling The Drawing Center at 212-219-2166 x 205, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships at The Drawing Center are made possible by the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation. Major support is provided by the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.