Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
A responsible, organized, and detail-oriented student is needed to assist the Director of Exhibitions in a variety of administrative and programming tasks. The appropriate candidate will have knowledge of contemporary art and art institutions outside of Chicago and have previous office experience. The position is best for an upper-level Art Administration/Museum Studies/Art History student looking to gain valuable experience in Contemporary Art Exhibitions in a mid-sized non-profit structure. This position is unpaid.
Deadlines for applications are: April 15 (Summer), July 15 (Fall), November 15 ( Spring).
This position is primarily responsible for archiving, labeling, filing, and database management. Depending on ability, the candidate will also have the opportunity to write press releases for exhibitions, design post cards and brochures, and organize exhibition-related events. Other projects include contacting artists regarding their submissions to the Art Center and updating the exhibitions information on the web page and Art Center handouts. This position requires between 10 and 16 hours a week.
Send resume, and cover letter (with availability) to Allison Peters Quinn, Director of Exhibitions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.