Churner and Churner is currently seeking gallery interns for Spring 2013. Intern responsibilities may include correspondence, assisting at openings and gallery events, research, press communication, image archiving and other miscellaneous tasks tailored to your particular interests. Candidates should have completed or be in the process of completing a BA in Art History or a related field with a particular interest in contemporary art, possess strong computer and communication skills and be willing to commit to a minimum of one full day per week over the Spring Semester.
Churner and Churner combines solo shows by emerging and mid-career artists with art-historical public programs, hosting seven exhibitions annually. In addition to presenting the work of contemporary artists, the gallery regularly produces historical shows that resonate with current practices. Between exhibitions, the gallery serves as a venue for film and video screenings, long-duration performances, and installations.
Proficiency in Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Microsoft Office, and experience in html/web design are preferred.
Candidates may send a letter of interest and current CV to email@example.com with the subject line ‘Spring Intern 2013’.
This is an unpaid position with academic credit available.