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The Museum offers a variety of paid internships during the the academic year!

Academic Year Internships at the Middlebury College Museum of Art are an exciting way to gain experience in the dynamic and multifaceted professional world of art museums.

Interns typically work 4–8 hours per week and are instrumental in facilitating the day-to-day operations of the Museum’s various programs. Internships begin in September or early October and offer competitive pay based on Middlebury’s student employment wage scale. Although most positions run September through May, requests for semester-long internships will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Click here to learn more and to apply to this opportunity!

New York Foundation for the Arts Top Stories

Summer Curatorial Internships at the Norval Foundation – Cape Town, South Africa – Deadline date: Monday, February 14

The Norval Foundation is a privately funded art institution dedicated to the research, education, and exhibition of twentieth and twenty-first-century visual art from South Africa and beyond. 

  • The Norval Foundation and Middlebury College are partnering to offer two funded six-week internships in Summer 2022. 
  • Dates: July 4-August 12, 2022 (arrive in South Africa on July 1).
  • Spend 5 weeks in Cape Town, 1 week in Johannesburg.
  • Exposure to Curatorial, Art Education, Collections Management, Public Programming, and Marketing & Communications.
  • Seeking students with prior exposure to art history, museum work, or African culture.
  • Each internship is funded with a $5000 grant from Middlebury’s Center for Careers and Internships and The Arts Council to cover transportation, housing, and food.
  • The two Middlebury interns will be housed together in housing to be secured by the Norval Foundation and paid for by students from their $5000 grant.   
  • Apply on Handshake (key word search Norval Foundation). Deadline: Feb. 14, 2022. 
  • Once selected, students will be CCI-Funded interns and must complete an application for funding on Handshake. Contact Cheryl Whitney Lower, CCI Associate Director of Internships (clower@middlebury.edu).
  • For more information, contact Pieter Broucke, Associate Dean for the Arts (broucke@middlebury.edu), or Alicia Gomez, CCI Arts Advisor agomez@middlebury.edu), or make an appointment with Alicia on Handshake.   

Adobe Max – The Creativity Conference (free virtual event) Tuesday, October 26- Wednesday, October 27!

Inspiration is their superpower. Be inspired by expert speakers in more than 400 sessions. Join the conference for an extraordinary virtual experience to find inspiration, connect with creatives from around the world, and learn the best ways to bring your best ideas to life. Open to all, at no cost. Click here to register!

Learn about Two New Funded Summer Internship Opportunities in African Art on Thursday, October 21!

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021

Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Location: Johnson 304

The Norval Foundation in Cape Town, South Africa, is a large museum dedicated to mostly modern and contemporary art from South Africa, Africa in general, and the African diaspora worldwide. Located in a state-of-the-art new facility, the Norval Foundation has a rich permanent collection, features temporary exhibitions, presents a rich array of  programming and events, and offers educational opportunities including internships.

Two new, fully funded summer internships are now available to Middlebury students. Starting in early July and ending in mid-August, the internships are in the curatorial and educational departments. If you are interested, please join the information session and panel discussion with Jean Fritts ‘86, Specialist of African and Oceanic art and  Senior Director, International Chairman, Sotheby’s (London), and Owen Martin, director, Karel Nel and Khanya Mashabela, curators, and a former intern, all from the Norval Foundation. Do not miss this exciting opportunity. Mark your calendars NOW!

Pizza and drinks will be available in the Johnson Lobby, starting at 12:20. The information session and panel discussion, in Johnson 304, will start at 12:30.

Monumental Conversations: What the Andrew Mellon Foundation found when they analyzed America’s monuments

As part of The Mellon Foundation’s unprecedented new Monuments Project, Philadelphia-based nonprofit art and history studio Monument Lab undertook a comprehensive audit of our country’s commemorative landscape, scouring almost half a million records of historic properties to better understand the dynamics and trends that have shaped our nation’s monuments.

Join Dr. Elizabeth Alexander, President of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Dr. Paul Farber, Director and Co-Founder of Monument Lab, for a discussion that will dive into Monument Lab’s findings and explore what they mean for the future of our commemorative landscape.

Date: Wednesday, September 29

Time: 4pm EST

Click here to register for the event!