Gallery Intern - Fall 2019 & Spring 2020
Art Association (CAA) is seeking an intern to assist with daily gallery activities for Fall 2019 & Spring 2020, September-December 2019 & January-May 2020.
the CAA are hands-on and immersive. The Gallery Intern will
work with the Assistant Director to facilitate CAA's gallery operations.
The Gallery Intern responsibilities, under the direction of the
Assistant Director, will include: coordinating artist drop-off/pick-ups,
programs, social media & marketing posting; assisting with database entry, creation
of promotional materials; exhibition installation; and other tasks related to gallery operation.
The intern should be detail orientated and
interested in the local/regional visual arts sector, eager to learn more
about small visual arts organizations, and comfortable working with the
10-20 hours per week (flexible), Monday - Friday, with a minimum 3-month commitment.
must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program,
preferably in a visual arts or arts administration program.
• Interest in visual arts and working with visual artists is required.
• Proficiency in working with MACs; we will train on our CRM.
How To Apply:
Interested applicants should email their resume/CV and a letter of interest to:
Rebecca Schnopp, Assistant Director, at email@example.com.
Please include Internship in subject line
of email. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. No phone calls
September 30, 2019
Course credits available; Stipend at end of internship
About this Organization:
The Cambridge Art Association (CAA) was founded in 1944
by a group of local artists and art supporters. At the time, there was no other
local association like it. The CAA was a space for exhibiting work, learning
new techniques, and socializing. It was - and is - above all, a community of
Today, the CAA currently maintains two
gallery spaces for exhibits, as well as 5 less traditional satellite spaces.
Until late 2015, we were a juried members association. As the result of
a strategic plan and long-term vision for the CAA, we are now open to all. You
can read more about our 3-year goals here.
What do we do? We present roughly 25 gallery exhibits, and
an additional 20 exhibits in our satellite spaces. We create opportunities for
local and regional contemporary artists to engage with gallery owners,
curators, collectors, and each other through networking events, portfolios
reviews, and other professional development programs and hands-on learning opportunities.
Transportation: The Kathryn Schultz Gallery is accessible via the 71 and 73 buses from Harvard Square. University Place is
accessible via the MBTA Red Line at Harvard Square.