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Opportunity: Curatorial Intern, International Center of Photography

Posted by Sofia Landström • Tuesday, July 23. 2013 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

The application date for this opportunity has passed.

Curatorial Intern, International Center of Photography, New York
Deadline: July, 2013

Department: Exhibitions
Schedule: 3–4 days per week, days can be flexible
Dates Required: Immediately with an ability to commit through January
Supervisor's Title: Curator

A curatorial intern is needed who is a highly motivated, energetic, and detail-oriented person with a good background in modern and contemporary art. This person will work with artists who will be featured in two large-scale group shows of contemporary photography, video, and mixed media art. Tasks will include corresponding with artists and art gallery personnel, building checklists and databases of art, working on a major catalogue, and doing research on individual artists. Should have at least a BA in art history, photographic history or a related field and be able to work at least three days a week.

Mature undergraduate, recent graduate, or graduate student

Applicants should have great contemporary art/photography knowledge, extremely organized and detail oriented, digitally skilled.

Besides gaining invaluable experience at a premier cultural/educational institution, interns benefit from school credit (when applicable), and are invited to attend ICP seminars and special events. Access to the ICP library. Tuition discounts for ICP courses, workshops and/or labs are provided, subject to internship hours completed and availability.

To apply, send current résumé, internship application, and cover letter to:
Internship/Volunteer Coordinator
International Center of Photography
1114 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 212-857-0089
No Telephone Calls Please

Visit for the internship application.
The International Center of Photography is committed to equal opportunity employment

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