Contemporary art curating news and views from Michelle Kasprzak and team

Opportunity - Internship, vessel, deadline January 9 2012

Posted by April Steele • Tuesday, November 22. 2011 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

The application date for this opportunity has passed.

vessel is an independent art space based in Bari (Apulia, Italy) offering an internship programme, from 1 to 8 months, for two bright and enthusiastic individuals with an interest in the contemporary art scene. Participants will gain valuable and marketable experience by working alongside project curators on research projects and events to further the cause of vessel.


Interns will be involved in organizing and cataloguing artistic and curatorial materials, conducting research relevant to current and future projects, running local errands, performing clerical and administrative duties and other duties typical of a nonprofit space.


This internship seeks to enroll candidates with a strong background in art/culture management, economics, human development, social science, environment, and private sector development as well as other related fields.

Fluency in English and excellent computer skills are required. Prior relevant work experience, as well as knowledge of languages such as French, Spanish and Italian are advantageous.


As a new, nonprofit organization we are currently unable to offer salary to our interns but will provide an allowance towards travel expenses where appropriate. Interns have the option of residing in vessel project headquarters for a month-to-month fee or may independently seek housing elsewhere.


To apply please send a cover letter and resume by email to selezionivessel(at) specifying “internship” in the subject heading.

The deadline for submittal is January the 9th, 2012

Winner of the prize “Principi Attivi 2010 – Giovani Idee per una Puglia Migliore”
Supported by Apulia Region
Defined tags for this entry: bari, ,

0 Trackbacks

Trackback specific URI for this entry
  1. No Trackbacks


Display comments as (Linear | Threaded)
  1. No comments

Add Comment

Enclosing asterisks marks text as bold (*word*), underscore are made via _word_.
Standard emoticons like :-) and ;-) are converted to images.
To leave a comment you must approve it via e-mail, which will be sent to your address after submission.