Gallery 263 calls for interns each semester, who assist the Gallery 263 staff with all aspects of our programming, and become an integral part of our team. Gain experience in everything from exhibition organization and installation, special events planning, data organization, managing music shows, taking and editing photographs, promoting our calls for art and events, and using social media for the gallery. An internship at Gallery 263 is a hands-on, close mentoring experience, providing diverse learning possibilities.
Internship positions are open to undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of Art Education, Arts Administration, Studio Art, Art History, Music, and other related subjects. Recent graduates and other qualified applicants with experience in the arts or in non-profit work will also be considered. We are seeking interns who are self-motivated and self-starters, responsible, flexible, and professional, who have a passion for the arts and interest in helping with a wide variety of projects at a growing organization.
Typically, interns are expected to commit to 8-15 hours per week for 10-20 weeks; other arrangements may be possible to fulfill required credit hours or accommodate different schedules.
While internships at Gallery 263 are unpaid, course credit is available for current students.
To apply please send a one-page resumé and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position to Alexandra Photopoulos: email@example.com
VOLUNTEER AT GALLERY 263
Gallery 263 is seeking enthusiastic, creative and flexible volunteers! There are many opportunities to get involved, and volunteer positions may be developed to suit individual skills and interests. Whether you would like to manage one night of music per month or gallery sit once a week, help with organizational projects or contribute a professional skill, we welcome volunteer applications year round.
To inquire about volunteering, please send an e-mail to our Managing Director, Alexandra Photopoulos, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a one-page resume as well as a brief cover letter describing your interest in volunteering at Gallery 263. Ideal volunteer candidates will be self-motivated, attentive to detail, good collaborators, effective communicators, possess a professional attitude, and have an interest in nonprofit art organizations. Please note that volunteer positions and internships are unpaid.