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Lanesboro Arts offers a competitive, paid internship program for emerging arts professionals.

During the month of January, Lanesboro Arts offers a three week Administrative Internship.

APPLICATIONS DUE: NOVEMBER 25, 2018

J-Term Administrative Internship

This internship will gain experience working in an innovative arts non-profit creating awareness and opportunities for people to make art a part of individual’s everyday life. This position will work directly with the Lanesboro Arts Program Director & Advancement Director on a broad range of communications & events activities in an active non-profit setting. The Intern will gain hands-on experiences creating effective and impactful social media & website content, news releases, storytelling videos, and physical marketing materials. The Intern will also assist in grant research / proposal writing, membership data-entry, create and maintain organizational systems, and general administrative work. Strong writing skills, or a desire to develop them, are a must. This position will assist in developing place-based programs (such as Art in the Park or the Artist Residency Program).

Download the internship summary and application instructions below.


Each summer, Lanesboro Arts offers two paid 11-week internships: the Gallery Internship and the Administrative Internship.

APPLICATIONS DUE: APRIL 7, 2019

Summer Gallery Internship

Working with Gallery Director Robbie Brokken, the Gallery Intern will be immersed in the daily operation of a fine arts gallery, and will gain experience in communicating with artists, working with customers, hanging exhibitions, planning receptions, and managing gallery sales.

Summer Administrative Internship

This internship will gain experience working in an innovative arts non-profit creating awareness and opportunities for people to make art a part of individual’s everyday life. This position will work directly with the Lanesboro Arts Program Director & Advancement Director on a broad range of communications & events activities in an active non-profit setting. The Intern will gain hands-on experiences creating effective and impactful social media & website content, news releases, storytelling videos, and physical marketing materials. The Intern will also assist in grant research / proposal writing, membership data-entry, create and maintain organizational systems, and general administrative work. Strong writing skills, or a desire to develop them, are a must. This position will assist in developing place-based programs (such as Art in the Park, the Artist Residency Program, or the summer arts education program Surprise Sculpture).

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