Curatorial and Research Fellows
Slought Foundation offers unpaid fellowships for aspiring curators and researchers interested in assisting upcoming programs and publications of the Slought Foundation. Fellows work "behind-the-scenes" with the Executive Director, as well as with the coordinator on upcoming installations and the curatorial team on upcoming programs.
The fellows program provides an immersive opportunity to experience first-hand cultural administration at an organization such as the Slought Foundation. The program is intended for individuals and recent graduates pursuing or interested in art practice, curatorial work, critical writing, or non-profit administration who are actively developing their work and career. Applicants must commit to regularly scheduled hours each week for a 2-12 month period and applications are reviewed throughout the year.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Curatorial and Publication Assistance
- Live and Recorded Archives
- Exhibition Installation
To apply for an internship, send a brief letter outlining your interests, with professional and technical qualifications, to Aaron Levy, Executive Director (Contact Information), and we will contact you shortly.
Internships for College Students
Slought Foundation announces its 2010 internship opportunities for college and graduate students interested in careers in contemporary art and arts organizations. Based upon their training and interests, and available projects, interns will assist with one or more of Slought Foundation's upcoming projects or responsibilities, including a curatorial, archival, or publication initative. Applicants of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Unpaid internships are available on a full- or part-time basis. The number of positions varies according to the Foundation's needs, and opportunities range from three months to twelve months. Application should be made at least two months prior to the proposed starting date. Academic credit may be arranged for interns at their schools' discretion.
To apply for an internship, complete the inquiry form to the right and we will contact you shortly. Please also send a brief letter outlining your interests, with professional and technical qualifications, to Aaron Levy, Executive Director (Contact Information)
Slought Foundation is built upon the dedication and support of its volunteers. Volunteers create a welcoming environment for our public, enhancing their understanding and enjoyment of our exhibitions and events. Positions are available for weekdays and weekends during our regular hours, and evenings during our live events.
Volunteers are welcome to contact us at any time. Prior experience or an interest in either contemporary art, critical theory, or arts administration is recommended. To begin volunteering, complete the inquiry form to the right and we will contact you shortly.