Hyde Park Art Center seeks support staff to coordinate the administration of its Exhibition and Residency Programs. The coordinator will assist the Director of Exhibition and Residency Programs and the Residency Manager in the daily operations of the programs as well as the planning process for future content. This position is ideal for an emerging art administrator poised to contribute to the inner-workings of a mid-sized nonprofit contemporary art space committed to building a more equitable arts community. Hyde Park Art Center is a leading visual art institution that uniquely combines the qualities of a community-based organization with those of a nationally-recognized exhibitions program and international residency program.
Modeling at the Art Center
Interested in modeling at the Art Center? Please email a description of your experience and a list of references to Allison Cochrane, School and Studio Coordinator at email@example.com. No calls, please.
We are seeking responsible interns/co-op students for several positions during the summer, academic year and full calendar year.
Compensation: Students must be eligible for federal work-study through their academic institution to receive full hourly pay. Work-study positions are limited. When applying please specify whether you require and are eligible for work-study compensation (eligibility is determined through your school’s financial aid office).
The Art Center is unable to offer monetary compensation to students who are not work-study eligible, but can offer discounted tuition on art classes commensurate with the number of hours worked.
- Deadlines will be listed in individual internship descriptions (see link below).
Volunteering at the Art Center
Interested in volunteering?
Please email Finance & Operations Manager, Eileen Truong, at firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume to be added to our volunteer list.