Exhibition Assistant Internship, The Bulldog Trust
- Closes28th September 2018
- TypeFull time (paid internship)
- SalaryPaid (£15k-20k)
- Artforminterdisciplinary arts, museums, visual arts
- ContactAlexandra Edwards email@example.com
This internship will give the successful applicant valuable work experience and an insight into how exhibitions are organised, delivered and managed while open, in a small but busy exhibition space.
The intern will provide administrative and practical support to the Exhibition Coordinator and wider exhibition team, in the organisation and delivery of Two Temple Place’s 2019 exhibition, as well as helping to supervise the team of volunteers and the exhibition space once open to the public.
This is a full-time, 5 day a week paid internship. The candidate will be willing and enthusiastic to help with a wide range of tasks, supporting all members of the exhibition team with the organisation and delivery of the exhibition. They will be expected to work some weekends and until 9.30pm on some Wednesdays, during the exhibition.
For further information on the role and how to apply please visit: https://twotempleplace.org/get-involved/vacancies/
The Bulldog Trust has developed an internship programme to help individuals looking to gain skills and experience working in a museum or gallery environment. This 6 month paid internship will be based at Two Temple Place, headquarters of the Bulldog Trust, which becomes an exhibition venue for three months each year.
We are now preparing to host our eighth exhibition celebrating the bicentenary of John Ruskin’s birth from 26 January-22 April 2019. This ambitious exhibition, in partnership with The Guild of St George and Museums Sheffield, will position key objects from The Guild’s collection, alongside Ruskin’s contemporaries as well as newly commissioned material by contemporary artists, to explore how John Ruskin’s influence, throughout the arts, education, the economy and the environment, is still being felt today.