The Guild of Boston Artists

162 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
http://guildofbostonartists.org
bostonguild@gmail.com

Date Posted:
November 06, 2018

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Artistic/Programming

Type:
Intern

Gallery Administration Intern

Description:

The Guild of Boston Artists is seeking graduate and undergraduate students to assist in the daily operations of a non-profit gallery. Responsibilities include inventory management, website maintenance, research, archive management, and assisting with events, scheduling and daily operations.


The Guild requires a commitment of 2 days a week. We are open Tuesday through Saturday 10:30am- 5:30pm. Note that schedules are flexible and may be changed when needed.


Internships at the Guild are unpaid but may be completed for college credit. Interns gain valuable experience in gallery operations. We are committed to fostering a love of fine art through our gallery exhibitions and educational programs, including internships. We are thrilled that so many students continue to be involved with the Guild and go forward in the art community.

Qualifications:
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Must be self motivated and posses the ability to work independently
  • Demonstrated interest in fine arts, art history, and gallery or non-profit administration
  • Experience working in gallery settings or administration preferred but not required
How To Apply:

The Guild currently is accepting applications for internship positions for the Spring semester, with a start date in January. To apply send your resume and cover letter to the director at bostonguild@gmail.com or complete the online application at :https://www.guildofbostonartists.org/internships. Interviews will occur on a case by case basis.

Apply by:
December 15, 2018
Salary:
Unpaid
About this Organization:
The Guild of Boston Artists was founded in 1914 as a non-profit art association and from the beginning has been New England's premier source for local artists working in the academic, realist tradition.