ArtBridge Summer Internships
Graphic Design and Gallery Intern
ArtBridge is the Chelsea-based non profit organization that is committed to the development and support of local, emerging artists. The Summer 2013 Graphic Design/Gallery provides a unique opportunity for a visually inclined, personable graphic design student to fine-tune and grow their design skills at a cutting-edge nonprofit organization while gaining firsthand experience working in a critically-acclaimed Chelsea gallery.
The ArtBridge Graphic Design/Gallery intern will have a range of duties, which may include the following, depending on skill set:
Designing materials for print and web including signage, program materials, gallery materials, postcards, web graphics, etc.
Maintaining ArtBridge’s website through web page updates
Photographing installation of public exhibitions and do the necessary postproduction on the images
Interfacing with the gallery-going public
Exhibition promotion and social networking
Event research and planning, when necessary
Self motivated and self-starter (will be working alone on most Saturdays)
Proficiency in CS5 Suite (2+ years experience), Microsoft Excel
Ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines
Strong written and verbal skills (customer service background a plus)
Willingness to assist with select evening gallery and installation openings and events
Ability to design within organization’s brand aesthetic/established visual identity.
This three (3) day/week internship offers a modest stipend. We are happy to work with interns to coordinate stipends or school credit with their school or college, if applicable. Start date: First or Second week of May.
Email your resume and a short cover letter to Devin Mathis (email@example.com). Please use Graphic Design/Gallery Internship in the subject line.
ArtBridge is committed to developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. Women, people of color and LGBTQx people are strongly encouraged to apply. All employment or voluntary service at ArtBridge will not be based on a person’s race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, parental status, or other protected status, in accordance with applicable law.