Fellowship Location: Washington, DC
Applications Deadline: December 15, 2017
Led by Institute Founder, Michael M. Kaiser, and President, Brett Egan, the global arts management Fellowship provides personalized training and support for executives from around the world
The program is offered free of charge to arts managers from across the United States and around the world through a competitive application process. Fellows attend a four-week residency in Washington, D.C. each summer for three consecutive years and receive ongoing personalized mentoring, both during and between the month-long residencies. Applicants must currently serve as an executive or department head within an arts or cultural organization and have a minimum of five years working experience in an administrative capacity in an arts or cultural organization. Since 2001, the Fellowship has served over 200 managers from 55 countries.
For more information and application instructions, click here.
The DeVos Institute of Arts Management provides training, consultation, and implementation support for arts managers and their boards. It operates on the premise that while much is spent to train artists, too little is spent to support the managers and boards who keep those artists at work. Founded at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 2001, the DeVos Institute transitioned to the University of Maryland in 2014, where it continues to offer support to individuals, organizations, and—in collaboration with foundations and governments—to communities of organizations around the world.
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We are excited to release the application guidelines for the second cohort of the Intercultural Leadership Institute (ILI), a collaborative program of Alternate ROOTS, First Peoples Fund, National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) and PA'I Foundation.
As leaders of these organizations, we have grown together, built trust with one another time over time and developed a shared analysis of the need for a leadership program of, by and for the artists and culture bearers in our communities. ILI is the result of our collaborative effort and we invite you to spread the word and encourage great potential candidates to apply for the 2018-19 cohort. Thank you!For more information, click here.
The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University
Fellowship Location: Princeton, NJ
Open to artists demonstrating “much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts” to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the 2018-2019 academic year and receive an $81,000 stipend for the 10-month engagement. Fellows are selected more “for promise than for performance.” Fellowships are for one academic year and provide the opportunity to pursue an independent project. No teaching is required. For an in-depth description and application specifications/instructions for the Hodder Fellowship please, click here.
Princeton University Arts Fellows (PAF)
Princeton Arts Fellows, funded in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will be awarded to artists whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of artistic practice and teaching. We will be accepting applications in Creative Writing, Dance, Music, Theater, and Visual Arts. Applicants should be early career artists who would find it beneficial to spend two 10-month academic years (2018-2019 and 2019-2020) working in an artistically vibrant university community.
An $81,000 salary for each year is included. Fellows will be interacting with our students, faculty and staff as part of the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music. The normal work assignment will be to teach one course each semester subject to approval by the Dean of the Faculty, but Fellows may be asked to take on an artistic assignment in lieu of a class, such as directing a play or creating a dance with students. Although the teaching load is light, our expectation is that Fellows will be full and active members of our community, committed to frequent and engaged interactions with students during the academic year. Princeton Arts Fellows may not hold concurrent teaching positions at other institutions for the duration of the fellowship. For an in-depth description and application specifications/instructions for the Princeton Arts Fellowship please click here.back to top
CityDance is a non-profit organization recognized as an arts and education leader throughout the DC metropolitan area. With its mission to transform lives and communities through dance, CityDance produces and presents world-class dance; trains young dancers for professional careers; and uses dance to prepare youth for academic, professional, and personal success.
Fall Photography and Marketing Intern
(Ideal for College junior)
Late August to Early December 2017
Fall 2017 CityDance Public Relations/Social Media Intern
Late Aug 2017- Early December 2017
Day to Day:
Please contact Megan Piluk, email@example.com, if you are interested in either position.
Internship Location: Cambridge, MA
Each season, The Dance Complex offers several focused internship opportunities for students and young professionals seeking experience in the arts and arts administration. Interns will work within a dance community that brings accessible, artistic opportunities to dancers throughout the greater Boston area. All intern positions are designed for new professionals to kickstart their career in arts administration, marketing, programming, event planning, and/or dance production/operations.
In addition to assisting staff, interns may choose to plan and execute independent projects within the focus of their internship, formed from their own artistic and academic interests. Interns are compensated with free classes and rehearsal space at The Dance Complex to develop and refine their own dance experience.
All internships include assistance with general administrative responsibilities as well as time at the front desk reception each week to ensure that all interns have the opportunity to connect with our community members.
Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the following seasons:
Fall (September - December)
Winter/Spring (January - May)
Summer (June - August)
Areas of focus:
Non-Profit Arts Administration
Earn free dance classes with some of the field's most exciting teachers while gaining exposure to a fast-paced arts-administration environment at Gibney Dance! Through ongoing managerial support and feedback, as well as other professional development activities, our internship program strives to provide the next generation of arts and non-profit leaders the skills and knowledge necessary to advance to the most pressing issues facing their chosen fields today.
For more information on daily responsibilities, click here. To apply for a Center Internship, please send a resume and brief statement of interest with the subject line: “Center Internship, Your Name” here.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago offers rich and stimulating internship opportunities for college and graduate students seeking experience in administration, artistic administration, videography, lighting, education, development, and marketing. Hubbard Street provides interns interested in dance and arts management the experience of working behind the scenes in one of the world’s leading contemporary dance companies. Interns work with Hubbard Street’s administrative and artistic staff to build knowledge, experience, and confidence in arts management. Interns have the opportunity to work at the theater when the company is performing in Chicago’s Harris Theater for Music and Dance, and see company performances. While these positions do not offer any financial compensation, unless otherwise noted, all interns are welcome to take an unlimited number of free classes at the Lou Conte Dance Studio. For more information click here.
Applicants for the Hubbard Street Internship Program
Applicants interested in the Hubbard Street Internship
Program must submit the following materials:
Please send all materials to:
Krista Ellensohn, Manager of Pre-Professional Programs
1147 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60607
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The Mark Morris Dance Group (MMDG) is seeking qualified undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates interested in gaining Arts Administration experience. Internships are currently available in these areas of concentration: Development, Education, Marketing, Operations, and Dance for PD.
While internships are typically based within one department, participants will get a broad view of the overall workings of the organization through their involvement with various special projects and events.
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The New York City Ballet's (NYCB) Membership Department seeks an enthusiastic and responsible individual who has a strong interest in development, patron relations, database management, and research to serve as the Department's Membership Intern for the Winter and/or Spring Season.
Responsibilities will include:
The ideal intern will possess the following:
This internship is unpaid. However, benefits include access to ballet performances and special events for patrons. Office dress is business casual during the business day and formal for Special Events. Desired time commitment is at least three full-time days per week with flexibility to schedule. Academic credit may be arranged. Interested applicants should email their resume with Membership Intern in the subject line.
NYC Ballet is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Richmond Ballet is hiring interns for the 2017-2018 Season. The following intern positions will be full time and will include a weekly stipend. Housing will also be available. Applicants should email their cover letter and resume to Gretchen.
Reception and Box Office Intern
Beginning LATE AUG/EARLY SEPTEMBER 2017: This intern position will work at the receptionist desk and in the box office. Primary duties include answering phone calls, assisting patrons, processing ticket orders, data entry, etc.
Costume Production Intern
Beginning EARLY AUGUST 2017: This intern position will work with the Costume Production team to organize, repair, and create costumes and props for the professional company, the School of Richmond Ballet, and Minds In Motion. This position will work in the costume shop, warehouse, and also backstage during productions.
Technical Production Intern
Beginning MID AUGUST 2017: This intern position will work with the Technical Production team to organize, repair, and create all technical aspects (lighting, sound, sets, etc.) for the professional company, the School of Richmond Ballet, and Minds In Motion. This position will work in the office, wood shop, warehouse, and also backstage during productions.
Education Programs Administrative Intern
Beginning LATE AUG/EARLY SEPTEMBER 2017: This intern position will work with the School of Richmond Ballet and Minds In Motion. Primary duties will include date entry, filing, graphic design, and communicating important information to families and school administrators of participating students.
Graphic Design Intern
Beginning LATE AUG/EARLY SEPTEMBER 2017- This intern position will work with the Marketing Department. Primary duties will include creating ads for newspaper and magazine, online ads, posters, counter cards, performance programs, updating the website and social media.