Posted: April 6, 2023
Curatorial: Contemporary Exhibition Intern
DEADLINE: Sunday, May 7, 2023
The Baltimore Museum of Art’s Contemporary Department is seeking two (2) interns to assist with research and departmental support task related to the upcoming Elizabeth Talford Scott community initiative that will take place during the exhibition.
The interns will have the opportunity to work alongside BMA curators and guest curator, George Ciscle, to develop strong collaborative relationships between the BMA and the external partners involved in the community initiative portion of the exhibition. These aprtners include 4 museums and 4 local universities.
• Research exhibition related works
• Cultivate community relationships
• Assist with exhibition related administrative tasks
• Provide additional departmental support as needed
• Writing / Communication skills
• Research experience
• Organizational skills
• Ability to participate in a collaborative community project where all members are working towards a shared purpose.
Academic Requirement: & Eligibility:
Priority will be given to undergraduate applicants who are currently enrolled one of the four partner universities for this project: Morgan State University, Coppin State University, MICA, and JHU.
• Currently enrolled in an accredited Graduate or Undergraduate Program
• Recent graduate from an accredited program (within 5 years)
• PhD candidate
• This position will work a hybrid schedule (onsite at the BMA and remotely).
• Working days will be during the week (no weekends).
The Interns selected for this position will each receive a $2,000 stipend. Applicants for this position are highly encouraged to indicate eligibility for participation in our Joshua Johnson Council (JJC) program* in your cover letter.
Required Application Materials
Please submit the following documents to complete your application:
• Cover Letter
• Reference: contact details should be listed on either your resume or cover letter
• Applicants applying for a Graphic Design position must also include a link to their portfolio.
Submitting Application Materials
Materials may be sent via the following options (please only choose one submission option):
• You may upload and submit your documents through the following form.
• You may send your documents to the following e-mail address: [email protected] (please indicate the position or positions you are applying for in the subject line).
*The Joshua Johnson Council
Through generous support from our Joshua Johnson Council, the BMA is able to offer two stipends per year aimed at increasing participation of minority groups who are underrepresented in the fields of museum programming and administration. Interns selected for this program will have the opportunity to meet with the council to present their project and detail their Internship experience. This meeting will connect the Interns with a dynamic group of leaders in the industry who may be invaluable resources in their future endeavors.
Please see below for more program details and how to apply. All application materials must be submitted by Sunday, May 7th, 2023.