The primary role of the Windgate Intern at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center will be to assist the Arts/Industry assistant curator in all matters pertaining to an exhibition for 2020 that will be drawn from our renowned Arts/Industry collection. This collection includes forty-years-worth of creativity from hundreds of artists-in-residence who were selected to produce innovative work in the Kohler Foundry and Pottery. Under the direction of the Arts/Industry Program Manager and Curator, the intern will undertake tasks that are scholarly, creative, and administrative in nature. Other, more general duties are also expected, including but not limited to:
Qualifications: The candidate for this internship should be a recent graduate of (or currently enrolled in) a Master’s degree program in either art history, museum studies, or a related field. The successful candidate will exhibit strong research skills; be highly organized and a problem solver; demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, including good oral and written communication; have some knowledge of current museum practices, museum permanent collections, and object handling and care; and demonstrate a record that reflects an interest in contemporary craft, artist-built environments and self-taught art.
The Windgate internship entails:
Please send cover letter and résumé to Faythe Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: April 8, 2019