Mexic-Arte Museum Internship Application
Mexic-Arte Museum Internship Application.
The Museum is currently hiring Spring 2022 - Summer 2022
Located in the heart of downtown Austin, Texas, Mexic-Arte Museum seeks college and university students to participate in internships for academic credit and educational enrichment. Spring, summer, and fall internships are unpaid and run for 12 weeks with a minimum commitment of 10-15 hours per week during office hours (Monday-Thursday 9am-6pm and Friday 9am-5pm). Due to COVID-19, the Museum will allow interns to work remotely until further notice. Mexic-Arte Museum also encourages interns to attend its Public Programs.
Mexic-Arte Museum recognizes the importance of interns and seeks flexible, positive, organized, and self-motivated candidates that can work both independently and collaboratively in a professional setting. Interns will apply their creativity, critical thinking skills, and enthusiasm to a wide range of projects under the mentorship of Mexic-Arte Museum professionals.
Internship opportunities are available in the following departments:
Online Store & Visitor Services: Assist in marketing/social media posting for the Mexic-Arte Museum store as well as learning and becoming familiar with Shopify data and relaying information to the team as to what is working and what is not. Production planning and execution of new items as well as maintaining branding aesthetic consistent throughout every product processed.
Archives: Gathers, organizes, and files print and photographic media related to the history of Mexic-Arte Museum from its inception in 1984. Other responsibilities include: documenting public and educational programs, maintaining library resources, offering assistance locating library or archival materials for staff, and working with our Director on our long-term archive project.
Curatorial: Gains an international, national, and local perspective of traditional and contemporary Mexican and Latino art through researching artists, helping with exhibition proposals, assisting with exhibition archives, and general departmental support.
Development: Working with the Development team to assist with donor and media relations, generation of revenue, special events, and database management. Tasks may include data entry, general administrative work, and correspondence.
Education: Assists with the coordination of youth and adult programs. Other opportunities include: touring youth groups through exhibitions, developing curriculum, preparing for and facilitating creative projects, assisting with education outreach, and helping with program evaluation.
Digital Marketing: Assists in the production of digital media content and helps manage resources created for a variety of audiences that help create visibility and awareness for Museum's exhibitions, lectures, public programming, and upcoming events.
Graphic Design: Opportunities include the design of signage, programs, and invitations for the Museum's educational programs, exhibitions, events and more. Graphic Design interns will work under Museum's Visual Communicator.
Studio/Exhibition: works with lead preparator and curator to plan, install, and de-install shows; and prepares for exhibitions, public programs, events, and openings.
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