Tag Archives: Visual Arts

Paid and Unpaid Internships in the Arts and Cultural Institutions

Sandra Ruiz ’18 researched paid and unpaid internships in the Arts during her MuseumWorks internship this past summer. Below you’ll find various opportunities to explore. Thank you Sandra!

Please keep in mind you could apply for Internship Funding through the CCI for an unpaid or low paying internship. Good Luck!

12 Video Animation Tips from the Industry Experts

Moovly has put together a list of great and unique animation tips that you may have overlooked or never really come across. What makes these tips more valuable is that they have originated from some of the industry’s finest and experienced animators. Click here to read the article.

Art Basel Is Maxed Out On Fairs. Its Next Project? Grow Cities’ Art Scenes


Art Basel fairs follow a similar format. They occur annually, in Basel, Miami Beach and Hong Kong. Gallerists set up a sprawl of temporary exhibition spaces in a convention center. A few select artists present special projects. In addition, visitors from all over the world arrive to view and purchase fine art.

However, new Art Basel initiatives are breaking that mold, and hoping to do more for emerging art scenes and increasingly global audiences.

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Alumni Career Talk: Mark Stuver ’97.5

Friday, September 15, 2017 – 12:00 PM

Mahaney Center for the Arts, Dance Theatre

Stuver has worked with BANDALOOP—a pioneer in vertical dance—for nearly two decades, touring worldwide. As a dancer, he has also performed his own work and with other companies in Dublin, Berlin, New York, and San Francisco. He currently works as a writer and puppeteer in LA. Stuver’s talk will focus on his professional journey, and how being open to other, possibly unexpected, disciplines, forms, and experiences has shaped his career path.