ART, ART HISTORY, GRAPHIC DESIGN AND INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE INTERNSHIPS
An on or off-campus program prepared and monitored on an individual basis. Internships are designed to provide practical experience in the arts and design. Art History, Graphic Design and Interior Architecture internships are always off-campus.
For more information about Art internships, contact Corinne Diop at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.568.6485
For more information about Art History internships, contact John Ott at email@example.com or 540.568.6319
For more information about Graphic Design internships, contact Trudy Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.568.3488
For more information about Interior Architecture internships, contact Ronn Daniel at email@example.com or 540.568.5850
GALLERY INTERNSHIPS: ON CAMPUS
Available at both Sawhill Gallery and artWorks Student Galleries. Internships combine duties of gallery attendant with hands on opportunities hanging exhibits, designing publicity, etcetera. For more information on Sawhill Gallery and artWorks Student Galleries internships, contact Gary Freeburg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.568.6407/6918.
GALLERY INTERNSHIPS: OFF CAMPUS
National and Regional Internships
Placement in regional and national museums and galleries. Internships may be general internships or specialized (for example: research, exhibition, education, collections management, administration). Prerequisite can be waived under the following conditions: must be a rising junior or senior, must have a 2.8, must have faculty recommendation. For more information about National and Regional internships, contact your Advisor.
VISUAL RESOURCE INTERNSHIPS
Opportunities to work with Visual Resources in the School of Art, Design & Art History in the areas of slide collection management, digital imaging, and administrative duties. For more information on Visual Rescources internships, contact Grace Barth at email@example.com or 540.568.6588.
MADISON ART COLLECTION INTERNSHIPS
Internships available in a variety of specializations, from research positions, exhibit designers, educational outreach, and curatorial duties. For more information about Madison Art Collection internships, contact Kate Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.568.6934 or visit the collection in the College Center, Room 2102.
Opportunities to work in art-related internships may be available in conjunction with JMU's Semester in London program. For more information, go to the program website: http://www.jmu.edu/international/abroad/programs/semester-in-london.shtml or contact Lauren Franson at email@example.com or 540.568.6976.