Artforum is still looking for interns for the summer—starting mid-June. If you are interested, contact Frank Expόsito, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art Review is a bilingual academic journal initiated by Sichuan University (China), and co-founded with Ball State University (United States) and Concordia University (Canada). Art Review is interested in English-language submissions pertaining to all areas and stylistic periods of Art, Art History, Visual Studies, Art Criticism, and Art Theory. We are particularly interested in essays that take an interdisciplinary approach or focus upon the international exchange of art and/or the work of Chinese artists overseas.
Art Review advocates a broad definition of “Art,” with no constraints placed upon genre, subject matter, or time period. We accept essays dealing with the traditional arts, but also those pertaining to film, television, performance, installation, design (advertisements, packaging, corporate images, posters, industrial design, etc.), environmental art, digital multi-media art and fashion. We welcome contributions from all over the world and accept submissions from individuals, artistic organizations, art galleries and exhibition curators both home and abroad. Contributors may submit feature articles, short essays, interviews, or relevant exhibition or book reviews.
Art Review is a printed journal with full-color illustrations. Contributions do not need to meet a certain word-count or page-length, but should follow the Chicago Manual of Style. Please direct any questions you may have regarding contributions to:
Dr. Natalie E. Phillips, Ph.D.
Department of Art
Ball State University
CFP Art Review
Calder Foundation, New York
Terry Roth Internship Program
The Calder Foundation is a non-profit institution dedicated to preserving the legacy of the twentieth-century artist Alexander Calder.
The Terry Roth Internship was established in honor of our longtime friend and collaborator with the goal of making internships accessible to all candidates by compensating recipients.
Winter 2013(January – April)
Minimum commitment: 10 hours per week, 10 weeks
The archival internship is open to undergraduates majoring in art history or a related discipline who have completed at least two semesters of study. Archival interns assist the staff with organizational tasks and research. Interns focus on projects involving cataloguing, preserving, and digitizing the foundation’s collection of publications and exhibition materials as well as historic photographs and original documents.
Applicants must be conscientious, mature and detail-oriented. They must also possess strong visual and research skills. Proficiency in French, or another Romance language, is beneficial. Prior experience in archival work, with FileMaker Pro, Photoshop and scanning equipment is preferred but not required.
Deadline to apply is Friday, 4 January 2013. Please submit the following materials to email@example.com:
-a brief statement of interest
-names and contact information of two references(academic or professional)
NO INQUIRIES OR PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Only applicants being considered for the internship will be contacted by the Foundation for an in-person interview.
November 20, 2012
POSITION: Data Entry Staff, Part Time, Temporary until June 30th 2013, with possibility of renewal. 11-14 hours per week/No benefits.
DEPARTMENT: Registrar’s Office
- Previous experience with The Museum System, using Objects and Constituents modules, or other collections database experience
- Bachelor’s degree in art, art history or related field
- Ability to perform accurate data entry, meticulous attention to detail and excellent organizational and record keeping skills
- Visual acuity required; ability to read a variety of handwriting and typewritten documents
- Ability to meet deadlines, follow editorial and format guidelines and focus on detailed work in a fast-paces open office environment
- Excellent grammar, spelling and punctuation
- Ability to work well independently and with others
- Knowledge of MS Access and Excel preferred.
Will be supervised by Records Manager, Registrar’s Office. Responsibilities include:
- Updating object and location information in the collections database per the Museum’s format guidelines
- Data clean-up projects to standardize information per format guidelines
- Entry of exhibition checklists and new object information from a variety of sources and documents
- Image linking
- Basic office tasks such as filing, photocopying, email correspondence and answering phone calls when related to data entry tasks
- Other database-related projects to be performed as assigned
11-14 hours per week (between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday)
STARTING DATE: Immediate
To Apply: Mail cover letter and resume to CT, Registrar’s Office, Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052. NO CALLS OR EMAILS PLEASE.
Applicants for positions at the Brooklyn Museum are considered without regard to race, creed, color, country of origin, sex, age, citizenship, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation. All applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Candidates of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
Deadline: 6pm EST on Wednesday, May 30, 2012
This new program provides one deserving curator with the necessary time and resources to realize an innovative project, with the aim of encouraging curatorial research in tandem with exhibition planning. CUE will provide institutional guidance to the curator, who will produce a group exhibition in CUE’s space with related public programming and an accompanying exhibition catalogue in June 2013.
– group show proposals that are conceptually rigorous and focus on artists, projects, and themes that are innovative, challenging, and engaging
– a clearly demonstrated, unique, and creative approach to both curatorial research methods and the exhibition plan
– ideas that are not well represented in the commercial sector.
– proposals must include four or more artists, half of whom must qualify as under-recognized
– curators may not include their own work in the exhibition
– extra consideration will be given to those who are in the beginning stages of their curatorial careers
– applicant must reside in NYC, or be capable of making arrangements in the area; selected applicant will be required to attend meetings with the CUE staff throughout the year
– we welcome proposals that contribute to our on-going commitment to diversity
The Design Research Society (DRS) is pleased to announce the next deadline for applications for the Student Research Bursary scheme. The aim of the scheme is for the DRS to directly support design research projects by research students across the world. In the previous round (Deadline September 2011) we had nine applicants and made two awards of 500 GBP. For this round we are keen to encourage more applications from outside the UK.
The scheme is open to all student members of the society, together with a sponsor who is also a DRS member. Please see the DRS website for further details and an application form:
The deadline for applications is 31st March 2012.
If you are not a DRS member, and would like to apply for a bursary, the cost of joining as a student member is 30GBP for three years membership. Full membership is 30GBP per year.
The Open University is incorporated by Royal Charter (RC 000391), an
exempt charity in England & Wales and a charity registered in Scotland
Dear Dr. Posch,
I am writing in regards to a FREE student program at the Guggenheim that we believe will be of particular interest to your students.
John Chamberlain: A Conversation
Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 pm
$10, $7 members, FREE for students with a valid ID. To reserve a student ticket, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Engaged in explorations of shifts in scale, materials, and techniques, John Chamberlain created a body of work that ranges from monochromatic iron sculptures to experiments in foam, Plexiglas, and paper to large-scale foil works made near the end of his accomplished career. Early in his practice, Chamberlain developed a unique and well-recognized assemblage process, a method he continued to harness in over sixty-years of artistic production. Join us for a lively discussion about the inventive career of the late American artist as Susan Davidson, curator of John Chamberlain: Choices and Senior Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum, leads a conversation with art critic and author Dave Hickey, Distinguished Professor of Criticism in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of New Mexico, and Donna De Salvo, Chief Curator and Deputy Director at the Whitney Museum of American Art. A reception and exhibition viewing follow.
The Guggenheim would be thrilled to have Pratt students attend John Chamberlain: A Conversation and would be grateful if you shared this information with your community through a web listing, e-mail newsletter or social media. Please let me know if there is any other information I can provide you.
For more information about John Chamberlain: Choices and our related programming, visit guggenheim.org/chamberlain.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
345 Hudson Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10014 4502