Museum of Outdoor Arts | Studio Art- Summer Internships- Gallery Exhibition and Community Placemaking

Design


Type Of Work:
Internship
Location:
Englewood
Date Posted:
February 13, 2020


Description

Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) MOA is seeking up to 8 interns for summer of 2020 to work under the direction of our Design and Build Fellow artist. Summer 2020 includes indoor and outdoor projects. Participants will have an opportunity to collaboratively create a body of mural based work for MOA’s main indoor gallery as well as outdoor placemaking initiatives for a prime area within the City of Englewood. 2020 projects include the production of artistic cross-walks, vinyl wraps for traffic signal utility boxes as well as creating a temporary mural based exhibition at the MOA indoor gallery.

From concept development, proposal review, materials procurement, timeline and budget management, to creation and installation, this immersive 8-week program will provide interns the opportunity to participate completely in the art making process. Participants will be primarily working indoors at our headquarters studio. All materials and tools will be provided by MOA. Open to undergrads, graduate bound and emerging artists (Recently graduates within 2 years of graduation are eligible to apply).

Applicants with painting, drawing, mural work, illustration, digital projection mapping and/or animation experience are strongly encouraged to apply for the summer 2020 internship opportunity, as these skills will be required to complete projects.

This year’s program will begin in June 8, 2020 and conclude August 3, 2020 (8 weeks total). Work hours are M-F, 9:30am-5pm and a $2,000 stipend will be provided to all participating apprentices. School credit may also be available per your school’s requirements.

Visit www.moaonline.org/design-and-build-internships for full details.

Internship Dates:
June 8, 2020 - August 3, 2020.  M-F 9:30am - 5:00pm, 30-35 hours per week*.
*-some outside time may be required as necessary.

Required Qualifications:
Applicants with painting, drawing, mural work, illustration, digital projection mapping and/or animation experience are strongly encouraged to apply for the summer 2020 internship opportunity, as these skills will be required to complete projects.

Preferred Qualifications:
MOA seeks well rounded, mature individuals with a high degree of professionalism who can bring several skills to the program. Applicants must work well in a team environment as this program is highly collaborative. Open to undergrads, and/or graduate bound individuals.

How To Apply

The application period for summer 2020 is now open and applications are due by April 3, 2020. (Internship decisions are made in late April.) All application materials must be submitted as a SINGLE PDF through our online application portal. Letters of recommendation must be emailed directly to [email protected] by the author by no later than April 3rd. Letters of recommendation should be on company, university or personal letterhead. Please direct any questions to [email protected].

The following are required to submit an application through our online portal:
- Cover Letter
- Resume
- Digital Portfolio (at least 5, but no more than 10 example of past creative work)
- One Letter of recommendation (Should be emailed by authors to [email protected] separately by writer)

All application materials MUST be combined and submitted in a SINGLE PDF file.

*Note- Applicant MUST be available for the entire duration of the program as this is an intensive, collaborative program.

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