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JUDD Foundation Internship

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A fall 2011 through spring 2012 academic year Internship is available for undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates of art, arts administration or art/architectural history programs interested in gaining experience with administration, historical research, and program development at an artist foundation in New York.

Working at the Foundation office, interns will gain hands-on experience in several aspects of administration and public programming at a non-profit arts organization. Interns will assist with administration, historical research, and program development of an artist oral history project, developing education plans and tour program at a historic site for a 1400-object collection, as well as ongoing marketing, public relations and fundraising initiatives.Additional projects that match the interests and skills of applicants are also available. This internship is unpaid but provides great exposure to the Foundation’s core programs and activities.

Familiarity with Mac OS X, Adobe Creative Suite, eTapestry and all Microsoft Office programs is preferable.

Start date: Flexible, August / early September 2011 Duration: Fall 2011 through spring 2012, academic year.Minimum of 4 months. Longer is also possible based on Foundation need and if the intern so desires.
Work schedule: Flexible, 2-3 days per week, Typically 10 am – 4 pm, break and stipend of $10 for lunch.

Please send resume and letter of interest to: Christopher Longfellow

Judd Foundation was created in 1996 by Donald Judd’s last will and testament to maintain and preserve his permanently-installed living and working spaces, libraries and archives in Texas and New York. The Foundation is dedicated to promoting a wider understanding of and appreciation for Judd’s artistic legacy by facilitating public access to these spaces and resources, and by developing scholarly and educational programs.

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