83 Newbury Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02116
Date Posted: December 05, 2018
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
The purpose of VIA’s internship program is to
offer individuals involved in or interested in the contemporary art community
the opportunity to participate in the day-to-day operations of a nonprofit arts
organization. Interns are an integral part of our small team, working directly
on grant research and management, event planning and production, as well as
communications and development. The VIA intern will have the chance to
contribute and assist on meaningful projects that will provide an in-depth
exposure to the work of a nonprofit arts organization.
that interns are asked to do varies according to the interests of the
individual, as well as the organization’s immediate needs, pressing projects
and workflow during the time period of the internship. Because VIA Art Fund is
a small organization, the work the intern is asked to do will vary as employees
assist in all areas of the organization. Responsibilities include, but are not
apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and a brief writing sample to: info(at)viaartfund.org.
No phone calls please.?
make sure to indicate in your application which days of the week you are
VIA Art Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit philanthropic arts organization founded by an international coalition of individuals and private foundations who believe in the central role art plays in society. VIA’s activities support innovative, ambitious, and rigorous works of art and endeavors with far-reaching public impact realized in various forms including institutional production and acquisition, exhibitions, public installations, curatorial research, publications, and symposia. Since its founding in 2013, VIA has awarded over $3 million to artists, curators, cultural institutions, publications, foundations, and biennials in the United States and worldwide, and has gifted 15 works of art to U.S. museums. Funding artists, curators, and arts organizations around the world, VIA awards grants in three categories – Artistic Production Grants, Incubator Grants, and an annual Curatorial Fellowship grant – that exemplify VIA’s core values of Artistic Production, Thought Leadership, and Public Engagement.