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

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

Summer Gallery Internship

APPLICATIONS DUE: APRIL 1, 2019

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

APPLICATIONS DUE: APRIL 7, 2019

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).


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

The deadline for the 2019 J-Term Internship has passed. For the January 2020 Internship, APPLICATIONS ARE DUE: November 25, 2019

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.

 

 

 

 

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