Internship Program 2014
Jan 20, 2014
Rockbund Art Museum offers non-paid internship opportunities for domestic and international college and graduate students. The objective of the internship program is to offer practical museum training experience to individuals interested in pursuing careers in the study of contemporary art or art museum administration, and to facilitate the communication between Rockbund Art Museum and other academic institutions.
All interested college or university seniors or graduate students with relevant majors are eligible to apply for an internship. Contemporary art lovers and those who are interested in pursuing art administrative works may also apply.
3. Internship Periods
First half of the year: semester runs January–June (application period: November 15 to December 15)
* The internship period should be four to six months for each session, and requires a minimum commitment of 500 hours.
* Please be advised the museum does not issue internship certificate for interns who terminate their internship with less than 300 hours service.
4. Divisional Descriptions:
Below are brief descriptions of the divisions at Rockbund Art Museum that may offer internships.
1). Administration: The administration division is responsible for the management of museum operation, organizing volunteers, public service, and exhibition tours, etc.
2). Curatorial Division: Interns in the Curatorial Division will be introduced to issues relating to researches and organizing upcoming exhibitions, including corresponds with artists, curators, galleries, and museums before the exhibits; exhibition installation; produces exhibition catalogues. Interns are also responsible for the maintenance and management of the archives and library holdings.
3). Marketing and Development: Interns in the Marketing and Development Division must be proficient in graphic design software, and will be involved in the design and production of various printed materials; be enthusiastic to web-media including douban.com, microblogs, etc.; be responsible for internet promotion; assisting in producing a variety of educational and promotional events, including Night @ RAM and Exhibition Press Conferences; public relation, building audiences and supporting audience researches.
4). Education Divission: Interns in the Education Division will assist in producing and coordinating seminars and other exhibition related events and also responsible for the maintenance and management of the archives.
For more information, please click http://www.rockbundartmuseum.org/en/page/detail/308cw