Please note: all positions for summer 2013 have been filled. The following information remains available for reference only.

The Getty Foundation has offered funding to more than 70 Los Angeles-area museums and visual arts organizations for Multicultural Undergraduate Internships during summer 2013.

The internships are intended for outstanding students who are members of groups underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations: individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander descent.

Eligibility for the internships is limited to currently enrolled undergraduates who reside in or attend college in Los Angeles County. Students must have completed at least one semester of college by June 2013, and those who will complete their degree by September 1, 2013 are also eligible to apply. Candidates can be sought from all areas of undergraduate study and are not required to have demonstrated a previous commitment to the visual arts.

Below is a list of organizations offering internship positions for the summer of 2013. Organization descriptions and position titles are included. If you are interested in applying for any of the positions below, contact the organizations directly using the information provided. Good luck!
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Organization

City

Position Information

18th Street Arts Complex

Santa Monica

Programs and Outreach Internship:

18th Street seeks an intern to assist in the programming and execution of events and marketing surrounding our residency programs. The intern will be assisting with creating content for the website. S/he should be savvy on WordPress, have a basic knowledge of graphic design and/or video editing. In addition the intern will assist with the openings of our summer exhibitions and smaller artist events beginning in June.

Contact: Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Director of Residency Programs, ptompkins@18thstreet.org; 310-453-3711 ext. 112.

18th Street's mission is to provoke public dialogue through contemporary art-making. We value art-making as an essential component of a vibrant, just and healthy society. With its 1.25-acre facility in Santa Monica, California, 18th Street provides a hub for contemporary art through two program areas that reflect its mission: 1) A three-tiered Residency Program that fosters inter-cultural collaboration and dialogue and 2) A Public Events and Presenting Program that focuses on engaging the public and revealing the art-making process to them through exhibitions, events, talks, publications and other opportunities.

Website: www.18thstreet.org

A+D Architecture and Design Museum Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Education Programs Internship:

The A+D Museum Education Programs Intern focuses on the development and implementation of both short term and long term programming, working closely with Education and Special Programs Coordinator and A+D Museum Director.

Contact: Sarah Lane, intern@aplusd.org; 323-932-9393.

A+D Architecture + Design Museum Los Angeles is the only museum in Southern California focused exclusively on progressive architecture, design, and urbanism providing a forum for the contemporary issues that shape our city and the greater region. A+D Museum's innovative programming encourages fresh thinking among a broad and inclusive audience of design professionals, students of all ages and the general public.

Website: www.aplusd.org

American Museum of Ceramic Art

Pomona

Curatorial Internship:

The intern will participate in all aspects of planning and presenting exhibitions.

Contact: Rody Lopez, Rlopez@amoca.org; 909.865.3146.

Located in the Arts Colony of Pomona, the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) is devoted exclusively to the ceramic medium. AMOCA's goal is to educate by presenting, collecting, and preserving significant ceramic achievements, and by offering hands-on ceramic studio experiences.

Website: www.ceramicmuseum.org

American Museum of Ceramic Art

Pomona

Education Internship:

The intern will plan and assist with hands-on activities and with written curriculum.

Contact: Angie Reyes, Areyes@amoca.org; 909.865.3146.

Located in the Arts Colony of Pomona, the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) is devoted exclusively to the ceramic medium. AMOCA's goal is to educate by presenting, collecting, and preserving significant ceramic achievements, and by offering hands-on ceramic studio experiences.

Website: www.ceramicmuseum.org

Angels Gate Cultural Center

San Pedro

Gallery Management Internship:

The Getty Intern will provide direct support to Director of Visual Arts, Isabelle Lutterodt. The intern will assist with the installation of one cycle of gallery exhibitions and the advance planning of Angels Gate Cultural Center's upcoming exhibitions and projects. In addition, the intern will work closely with the Director of Education and Ms. Lutterodt to manage the opportunity to develop real world skills in gallery management, gallery education and gain experience working directly with artists. Strong writing skills and a writing sample are required.

Contact: Isabelle Lutterodt, Director of Visual Arts, isabelle@angelsgateart.org; 310-519-0936.

Angels Gate Cultural Center is one of the largest visual arts organizations in the Los Angeles Harbor region.

Website: www.angelsgateart.org

Armory Center for the Arts

Pasadena

Communications/Marketing Internship:

Contact: Jon Lapointe, Director of Communications, jlapointe@armoryarts.org; 626-792-5101 ext. 134.

The Armory Center for the Arts is a community arts center located in Pasadena, California. The Armory's mission is to build on the power of art to transform lives and communities through creating, teaching and presenting the arts. The Armory offers artist-taught classes for children, teens, families, and adults through it's on-site Studio Program, as well as through programming at local community centers and within the Pasadena Unified School District. The Armory also has an exhibitions program that mounts approximately 20 exhibitions annually in its on-site galleries and through installations at community sites. The Armory's main site is a 26,000 sq. ft. building that includes galleries, studios, classrooms, offices and community spaces.

Website: www.armoryarts.org

Armory Center for the Arts

Pasadena

Gallery Programs Internship:

Contact: Sinead Finnerty-Pyne, Gallery Programs Manager, sfinnertypyne@armoryarts.org; 626-792-5101 ext. 116.

The Armory Center for the Arts is a community arts center located in Pasadena, California. The Armory's mission is to build on the power of art to transform lives and communities through creating, teaching and presenting the arts. The Armory offers artist-taught classes for children, teens, families, and adults through it's on-site Studio Program, as well as through programming at local community centers and within the Pasadena Unified School District. The Armory also has an exhibitions program that mounts approximately 20 exhibitions annually in its on-site galleries and through installations at community sites. The Armory's main site is a 26,000 sq. ft. building that includes galleries, studios, classrooms, offices and community spaces.

Website: www.armoryarts.org

Art Center College of Design

Pasadena

Library Internship:

With a comprehensive work plan designed to provide exposure to all departments, the Library Intern will learn from experienced professionals about all aspects of library and information science, including collection development, archival and digital image curatorial activities, and public services.

Contact: Rachel Julius, Public Services Librarian, rachel.julius@artcenter.edu; 626-396-2233.

Art Center College of Design has been a tremendous asset to the Southern California community for more than 80 years, making the nation's top design education offerings accessible to students throughout the region. Art Center students are encouraged to bring their unique design thinking to the most pressing social challenges, and as a result, our alumni and faculty have profoundly influenced popular culture, the way we live, and key issues in our society.

Website: www.artcenter.edu

Arts and Services for Disabled

Long Beach

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Helen Dolas, CEO, helendolas@artsandservices.com; 562-982-0247.

Arts & Services for Disabled provides arts, music, volunteer and microenterprise opportunities for people with developmental disabilities throughout Los Angeles County.

Website: www.artsandservices.org

Association for the Advancement of Filipino American Arts & Culture (FilAm ARTS)

Los Angeles

Visual Arts Curatorial Internship:

The FPAC Visual Arts Curatorial Internship engages the community through an interactive visual art exhibit as part of the 22nd annual Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture. This is an opportunity to gain experience in non-profit arts production and administration, utilizing the arts in as a tool in community-building.

Contact: Jilly Canizares, jilly@filamarts.org.

FilAm ARTS is a community-based arts organization that engages diverse publics in cultural arts as a synergistic approach to empower and cultivate individual and community self determination through: the City of Los Angeles' 22nd Annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture, the Pilipino Artists Network, the Eskuwela Kultura afterschool program, the Buy Pinoy Campaign, and the 'Saysay' Story Art Project.

Website: www.FilAmARTS.org

Autry National Center of the American West

Los Angeles

Collections Internship:

Contact: Sarah Signorovitch, Registrar for Loans and Exhibitions, ssignorovitch@theautry.org; 323-667-2000 ext. 210.

The Autry National Center of the American West is a museum and intercultural history center that explores the diverse experiences, perspectives and portrayals of the American West. The Autry provides year-round exhibitions, public programs, research, publications, and educational services that encourage visitors to explore the convergence of social, cultural, and environmental forces that influence the past and present of the American West.

Website: www.theautry.org

Autry National Center

Los Angeles

Communications Internship:

Contact: Stacy Lieberman, Vice President, Communications and Visitor Experience Marketing, slieberman@theautry.org; 323-667-2000 ext. 265.

The Autry National Center of the American West is a museum and intercultural history center that explores the diverse experiences, perspectives and portrayals of the American West. The Autry provides year-round exhibitions, public programs, research, publications, and educational services that encourage visitors to explore the convergence of social, cultural, and environmental forces that influence the past and present of the American West.

Website: www.theautry.org

Autry National Center

Los Angeles

Exhibition Media Internship:

Contact: Paula Kessler, Director of Exhibition Media, pkessler@theautry.org; 323-667-2000 ext. 373.

The Autry National Center of the American West is a museum and intercultural history center that explores the diverse experiences, perspectives and portrayals of the American West. The Autry provides year-round exhibitions, public programs, research, publications, and educational services that encourage visitors to explore the convergence of social, cultural, and environmental forces that influence the past and present of the American West.

Website: www.theautry.org

Banning Residency Museum

Wilmington

Curatorial Internship:

The Banning Museum will celebrate their 150th anniversary in 2014. Beginning this year we are preparing several temporary exhibits for our Visitors Center to begin the process of educating the public about the upcoming celebration. We would like to offer a complete exhibit installation experience for a Curatorial Intern. Using historic photographs and artifacts from our archive, we are planning to document the evolution of the residence and grounds of the Banning home during their occupancy from 1864 to 1929. The exhibit will give our visitors a unique look at our timeline using photographs taken by family members, some of them have never been exhibited or published before. The experience will give the intern all the dynamics needed to develop and install a temporary exhibition.

Contact: Michael Sanborn, Museum Director, michael.sanborn@lacity.org; 310-548-7777.

The Banning Museum is a recognized City, State and National landmark. Over 25,000 people, including children visit the Museum annually. Visitors receive a tour of the Museum, Stagecoach Barn and Transportation Exhibition led by trained interpreters. They can also attend monthly lectures on the historic elements and lifestyle of the 19th century, and participate in special community events such as our Victorian Christmas and Banning Heritage Day.

Website: www.banningmuseum.org

California African-American Museum

Los Angeles

Visual Arts Internship:

The Visual Arts Intern will assist with curatorial work. The Intern will assist with curatorial work for the exhibition: Heaven and Earth: Testimony from the South which will present the artwork of ten African American self-taught artists from the South of the United States: Sam Doyle, Purvis Young, Herbert Singleton, Roy Ferdinand, Bill Traylor, Clementine Hunter, Sister Gertrude Morgan, LeRoy Almond, David Butler and Sulton Rogers. This will be the first exhibition that the California African American Museum solely devotes to these artists, and it will also be the largest of its kind in California. The art of African American self-taught artists has been often ignored in main-stream circles and needs to be further explored and presented to audiences nationwide.

Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply.

Contact: Mar Hollingsworth, mhollingsworth@caamuseum.org, 213-744-7695.

Website: www.caamuseum.org

California African-American Museum

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

The Education Intern will support the Education Department in developing supplemental materials for CAAM exhibits and engage in community and school outreach.

Contact: Elise Woodson, ewoodson@caamuseum.org; 213-744-7536.

Website: www.caamuseum.org

California Institute of the Arts

Valencia

Summer Arts Program Internship, CAP:

This internship will involve organizing and coordinating CAP's summer pre-college mentoring program CAPSA, which will be held for three weeks during the summer at Ramón C. Cortines School of the Visual and Performing Arts in downtown Los Angeles. The intern will assist with recruitment, registration, instruction, field trips, visiting artists, a college fair, exhibition installation and public events.

Contact: Glenna Avila, CAP Director, gavila@calarts.edu.

California Institute of the Arts, the CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP) brings together a dynamic consortium of schools, community centers, and social service agencies to deliver free, sustained, standards-based instruction in the visual, media, literary, and performing arts to more than 8,000 youth (ages 6-18) per year. With programs serving more than 60 neighborhoods, CAP is the largest college-based arts education provider in Los Angeles County. Interns for the CAP program are selected based on demonstrated enthusiasm for the arts, previous work experience in youth education or arts administration, and interest in community-based work.

Website: www.calarts.edu/cap

California Institute of the Arts

Valencia

Communications Internship, CAP:

Based at the CAP office located on the campus of CalArts, this internship will help CAP increase its media presence. The intern will develop printed and online communication materials, including the platform for an e-newsletter, blogs, social networking and other strategies. The intern will also assist various members of the staff with communication projects that involve writing, online research, event planning, social media outreach, blogging, multimedia producing and the occasional administrative duties.

Contact: Nadine Rambeau, Deputy Director, nrambeau@calarts.edu.

California Institute of the Arts, the CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP) brings together a dynamic consortium of schools, community centers, and social service agencies to deliver free, sustained, standards-based instruction in the visual, media, literary, and performing arts to more than 8,000 youth (ages 6-18) per year. With programs serving more than 60 neighborhoods, CAP is the largest college-based arts education provider in Los Angeles County. Interns for the CAP program are selected based on demonstrated enthusiasm for the arts, previous work experience in youth education or arts administration, and interest in community-based work.

Website: www.calarts.edu/cap

California Institute of the Arts, REDCAT Gallery

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship, REDCAT:

The intern will have direct experience with the mounting of an exhibition as well as lead responsibilities on forthcoming gallery exhibitions, publications, and international artist residencies. He or she will working in close collaboration with REDCAT's curatorial staff and participate in the research, coordination, and planning of projects taking place in the 2013/2014 season. The intern should possess a good communication and written skills, with a strong interest in curatorial work and emerging artists.

Contact: Aram Moshayedi, Associate Curator, amoshayedi@calarts.edu.

REDCAT is CalArts' contemporary arts center located in downtown Los Angeles.

Website: www.redcat.org/gallery

California State Parks, Will Rogers State Historic Park

Pacific Palisades

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Rochelle Nicholas-Booth, Museum Curator, rnicholal@parks.ca.gov.

Will Rogers State Historic Park preserves the equestrian ranch of Will Rogers complete with horses, corrals, pastures and trails set on 186 acres of canyon land with peaceful views of Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. The ranch house museum now holds a unique multicultural collection of Western and American Indian art and artifacts, California Craftsman furniture and memorabilia, all belonging to the original occupants.

Website: www.parks.ca.gov

Catalina Island Museum

Avalon

Curatorial Internship:

The intern will act as Curatorial Assistant in the Collections Department of the Catalina Island Museum. The primary focus of the internship will be assisting with the organization of artifacts within the museum's collections, digitizing oral history, and research for upcoming exhibitions. The student will also be exposed to general museum operations and assist with special events. The student will live on Catalina Island during the internship and will have some moving and housing expenses.

Contact: John Boraggina, Curator, Catalina Island Museum, mailto:curator@catalinamuseum.org; 310-510-2414.

The Catalina Island Museum is located in Avalon, California, in the historic Casino building, on beautiful Santa Catalina Island. It is a small, local museum dedicated to presenting and preserving the cultural history of Santa Catalina Island to mainland visitors and local residents.

Website: www.catalinamuseum.org/

Center for the Study of Political Graphics

Los Angeles

Archival Assistant Internship:

The intern will work on a two-year project to process, provide comprehensive access, catalogue, and inventory the organization's holdings and to launch a searchable online interface to provide access to catalogue records. The intern will dedicate half of his/her time to this project. The other half of the interns' time will be spent on multiple projects related to CSPG's two main programs: exhibition development and access and preservation.

Contact: Mary Sutton, Program Director, admin@politicalgraphics.org; 323-653-4662.

The Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG) is an educational and research archive that collects, preserves, documents, and circulates domestic and international political posters relating to historical and contemporary movements for peace and social justice. CSPG demonstrates the power and significance of these artistic expressions of social change through traveling exhibitions, lectures, publications, and workshops. Through our diverse programs, CSPG is reclaiming the power of art to educate and inspire people to action.

Website: www.politicalgraphics.org

Center for the Study of Political Graphics

Los Angeles

Archival Assistant Internship:

The intern will work on a two-year project to process, provide comprehensive access, catalogue, and inventory the organization's holdings and to launch a searchable online interface to provide access to catalogue records. The intern will dedicate half of his/her time to this project. The other half of the interns' time will be spent on multiple projects related to CSPG's two main programs: exhibition development and access and preservation.

Contact: Mary Sutton, Program Director, admin@politicalgraphics.org; 323-653-4662.

The Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG) is an educational and research archive that collects, preserves, documents, and circulates domestic and international political posters relating to historical and contemporary movements for peace and social justice. CSPG demonstrates the power and significance of these artistic expressions of social change through traveling exhibitions, lectures, publications, and workshops. Through our diverse programs, CSPG is reclaiming the power of art to educate and inspire people to action.

Website: www.politicalgraphics.org

Chinese American Museum

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Michael Duchemin, Ph.D., mduchemin@camla.org; 213-485-8356.

The Chinese American Museum's (CAM) vision is to serve as the premier cultural and educational communicator of the Chinese American experience in Southern California. Through multi-faceted activities including exhibitions, educational programs, public programs, and publications, the Museum illuminates the challenges and achievements of Chinese Americans, from the earliest pioneers to the newest immigrants.

Website: http://www.camla.org

Chinese American Museum

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

Contact: Michael Duchemin, Ph.D., mduchemin@camla.org; 213-485-8356.

The Chinese American Museum's (CAM) vision is to serve as the premier cultural and educational communicator of the Chinese American experience in Southern California. Through multi-faceted activities including exhibitions, educational programs, public programs, and publications, the Museum illuminates the challenges and achievements of Chinese Americans, from the earliest pioneers to the newest immigrants.

Website: http://www.camla.org

City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs

Los Angeles

Public Art Collection Registrar Internship:

Contact: Becky Snodgrass, becky.snodgrass@lacity.org.

The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) generates and supports high quality arts and cultural experiences for Los Angeles' 4 million residents and 25 million annual visitors. DCA advances the social and economic impact of the arts and ensures access to diverse and enriching cultural activities through grant making, marketing, public art, community arts programming, arts education, and partnerships with artists and arts and cultural organizations in neighborhoods throughout the City of Los Angeles.

Website: http://www.culturela.org

City of Los Angeles, Harbor Department Historical Archives

Los Angeles

Archival Internship:

The Archival Intern with the Los Angeles Harbor Department Historical Archives will work with the department's Historic Photograph Collection, which includes prints, glass plates, slides, lantern slides, negatives and films, and will learn archival practices and procedures for handling, rehousing and processing rare photographs and negatives. The Archival Intern will also have the opportunity to work with Archives staff to research, design and mount an exhibition in the Archives building lobby.

Contact: Tara Fansler, Director of Archives & Collections, tfansler@portla.org; 310-732-0412.

The Los Angeles Harbor Department (LAHD) Historical Archives is an office within the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department, also known as the Port of Los Angeles. The Historical Archives oversees the department's historical business records, maps, scrapbooks, films and photographs, facilitating public access to the collections through research, publications, films, educational outreach and the internet. The subject matter of the collection covers development of the harbor, shipping, labor, fishing, cargo transport, the environment and harbor communities.

Website: www.portoflosangeles.org/archives

City of Los Angeles, Office of Historic Resources

Los Angeles

Historic Preservation Internship:

The intern will provide a talented undergraduate student with the opportunity to directly participate in SurveyLA. Intern assignments will include assisting the OHR and teams of professional field surveyors with field work, research, and community outreach tasks. The intern will also gain a general understanding of historic preservation policies, procedures and practices in the municipal environment by learning about the day-to-day operations of the OHR and attending Cultural Heritage Commission meetings and City Council hearings pertaining to historic preservation decisions.

Contact: Edgar Garcia, Preservation Planner, edgar.garcia@lacity.org; 213-978-1189.

The City of Los Angeles, Department of City Planning, Office of Historic Resources (OHR) manages the City's comprehensive Historic Preservation Program. The OHR is taking a significant step to identify and protect Los Angeles' rich built heritage by completing SurveyLA, the first-ever citywide historic resources survey. This ground-breaking project is one of the most ambitious survey initiatives in the nation; SurveyLA field surveyors are documenting historic resources throughout a city of 466 square miles and 880,000 parcels.

Website: www.preservation.lacity.org

Craft and Folk Art Museum Incorporating the Egg and the Eye

Los Angeles

Public Programs Internship:

Contact: Holly Jerger, Director of Public Programs, holly@cafam.org; 323-937-4230 ext. 28.

Located on Museum Row on Wilshire Blvd., the Craft and Folk Art Museum challenges established ideas about craft, design and folk art and engages people through diverse exhibitions and programs. CAFAM offers six exhibitions annually, monthly art making workshops, outreach programs and other cultural events.

Website: www.cafam.org

Corita Art Center

Los Angeles

General Internship:

Contact: Alexandra Carrera, sasha@corita.org, https://corita.org/getty-multicultural-undergraduate-internship.html.

The Corita Art Center of Immaculate Heart Community is an archive and gallery dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Corita's art and teaching. We organize and facilitate exhibitions of Corita's work in the United States and abroad, we maintain an archive of images and ephemera from her life and career for research and scholarship, we offer yearly arts activities and we sell original prints and gift items.

Website: www.immaculateheartcommunity.org

El Pueblo Park Association

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship:

El Pueblo is seeking one curatorial intern to assist in developing art exhibit and cataloging artifact collections for the new museum dedicated to the education, preservation and conservation of David A. Siqueiros's controversial mural 'América Tropical.

Contact: Suellen Cheng, suellen.cheng@lacity.org; 213-485-8437.

In the heart of the City, located at the birthplace of Los Angeles, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument (El Pueblo) is a unique destination with the first firehouse, hotel and oldest existing home. Art and culture are major components that contribute to this rich multicultural historic site.

Website: www.elpueblo.lacity.org

El Pueblo Park Association

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

El Pueblo is seeking one education intern to assist in developing new educational programs for the new museum dedicated to the education, preservation and conservation of David A. Siqueiros's controversial mural 'América Tropical.'

Contact: Chris Espinosa, chris.espinosa@lacity.org; 213-485-6855.

In the heart of the City, located at the birthplace of Los Angeles, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument (El Pueblo) is a unique destination with the first firehouse, hotel and oldest existing home. Art and culture are major components that contribute to this rich multicultural historic site.

Website: www.elpueblo.lacity.org

First Street Gallery Art Center

Claremont

Arts Management Internship:

Contact: Seth Pringle, Gallery Manager, springle@tierradelsol.org; 909-626-5455.

First Street Gallery Art Center provides professional art training and exhibition resources to adults with developmental disabilities. In the Center's studio, 50 artists create original works of art in a range of media including: painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture and collage. First Street Gallery artists are able to exhibit, sell and promote their work through an on-site gallery as well as local, national and international exhibitions.

Website: www.1ststreetgallery.org

Fowler Museum

Los Angeles

New Media Internship:

For 2013, the Fowler Museum is seeking a New Media Intern to help with projects related to digitizing its large and comprehensive collection of Andean ceramics, as well as help with web projects related to the Fowler's upcoming 50th anniversary exhibitions.

Contact: Agnes Stauber, Head of Digital Media, astauber@arts.ucla.edu; 310-825-7810.

The Fowler Museum at UCLA explores global arts and cultures with an emphasis on works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas—past and present. The Fowler provides exciting, informative and thought-provoking exhibitions, publications, and events for the UCLA community and the people of greater Los Angeles and beyond.

Website: www.fowler.ucla.edu

Hammer Museum

Los Angeles

Communications and Public Engagement Internship:

Contact: Morgan Kroll, Public Relations Associate.

The Hammer Museum is a contemporary visual arts museum located in the heart of Westwood. The Museum's eclectic and diverse exhibitions feature cutting edge emerging artists as well as historically significant masters. The Hammer is a vibrant community venue, with free public programs held on more nights than not: the courtyard is often full of people waiting to view a film screening, listen to a Pulitzer prize winning author, listen to a scholarly conversation, or watch performance art.

Website: www.hammer.ucla.edu

Hammer Museum

Los Angeles

Development and Special Events Internship:

Contact: David Morehouse, Assistant Director, Donor Relations.

The Hammer Museum is a contemporary visual arts museum located in the heart of Westwood. The Museum's eclectic and diverse exhibitions feature cutting edge emerging artists as well as historically significant masters. The Hammer is a vibrant community venue, with free public programs held on more nights than not: the courtyard is often full of people waiting to view a film screening, listen to a Pulitzer prize winning author, listen to a scholarly conversation, or watch performance art.

Website: www.hammer.ucla.edu

Hammer Museum

Los Angeles

Academic Programs, Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Sue Bell Yank, Assistant Director, Academic Programs.

The Hammer Museum is a contemporary visual arts museum located in the heart of Westwood. The Museum's eclectic and diverse exhibitions feature cutting edge emerging artists as well as historically significant masters. The Hammer is a vibrant community venue, with free public programs held on more nights than not: the courtyard is often full of people waiting to view a film screening, listen to a Pulitzer prize winning author, listen to a scholarly conversation, or watch performance art.

Website: www.hammer.ucla.edu

HeArt Project

Los Angeles

Programs Internship:

The HeArt Project just celebrated its 20th year of service, and the intern's main project would be to create a documentation of the past 10 years, capturing the hundreds of artists, schools, and cultural partners that HP has worked with in the past decade. The intern will also be able to be involved in other organizational projects scheduled to take place over the summer, including assisting with a rebranding marketing campaign, participating in increasing HP's social media presence and working on special student and donor events.

Contact: Shelby Williams-Gonzalez, shelby@theheartproject.org; 323-465-1404 ext. 239.

The HeArt Project is an arts education non-profit that creatively addresses L.A.'s high school drop out crisis by connecting students to the arts on a long-term basis.

Website: www.theheartproject.org

Historic Italian Hall

Los Angeles

Education/Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Marianna Gatto, Executive Director IAMLA, marianna@italianhall.org; 213-485-8432.

The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles (IAMLA), is located in the historic Italian Hall in downtown Los Angeles, steps away from Union Station and the civic and financial districts in the heart of the city's historic little Italy. Slated to open in late 2013/early 2014, the IAMLA's will be a 21st century, interactive Museum, showcasing the history and ongoing contributions of Italian Americans in Southern California, which predates California's statehood.

Website: www.italianhall.org

Inner-City Arts

Los Angeles

Programs Internship:

Inner-City Arts seeks an intern with a strong interest in the future of the arts and a commitment to arts in education and the community. He or she will aid in day-to-day running of student and family programming as well as have an opportunity to develop youth leadership skills through direct involvement in our Summer Creativity Camp. The intern will gain a broad understanding of the inner-workings of non-profit organizations through the assistance in inter-departmental projects and events.

Please send letter of interest (including which intern position applying for), resume, and one letter of reference by April 19th.

Contact: Gillian McCarthy, Professional Development Manager, Getty Intern Search, pd@inner-cityarts.org.

Inner-City Arts provides free, high-quality arts education to some of the most underserved children in Los Angeles. ~10,000 students and ~1,000 classroom teachers, teaching artists and after-school providers receive arts instruction each year in visual arts, ceramics, animation, digital photography, media arts, graphic design, dance, drama and music. All classes are taught by professional teaching artists in fully equipped studios at our campus located in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles.

Website: http://www.inner-cityarts.org/who-we-are-employment.php

Inner-City Arts

Los Angeles

Professional Development Internship:

The intern will assist in the Professional Development Program that serves classroom teachers and arts educators, the Rosenthal Theater that serves a diverse community of students, families and artists, and the Parent Program that reaches parents through performance, workshops, and our Parent Teacher Resource Center. Researching and reaching out to existing communities of performers, speakers, and parent coordinators at local schools and within LAUSD, this intern will contribute to building our capacity to enhance our service to communities of teachers, families and local artists and educators.

Please send letter of interest (including which intern position applying for), resume, and one letter of reference by April 19th.

Contact: Gillian McCarthy, Professional Development Manager, Getty Intern Search, pd@inner-cityarts.org.

Inner-City Arts provides free, high-quality arts education to some of the most underserved children in Los Angeles. ~10,000 students and ~1,000 classroom teachers, teaching artists and after-school providers receive arts instruction each year in visual arts, ceramics, animation, digital photography, media arts, graphic design, dance, drama and music. All classes are taught by professional teaching artists in fully equipped studios at our campus located in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles.

Website: http://www.inner-cityarts.org/who-we-are-employment.php

Japanese American Cultural and Community Center

Los Angeles

Visual Arts Internship (Curatorial):

The intern will help JACCC address daily, seasonal and longer-term needs, including summer programs, fall & winter season programs, marketing and web outreach, and gallery archives and storage.

Contact: Wakana Kimura, wkimura@jaccc.org; 213-628-2725 ext. 146.

Located in Little Tokyo, the historic heart of the Japanese American community, the JACCC was the dream of visionary Issei and Nisei (first and second-generation) Japanese American pioneers to create a permanent center for the community where arts and culture come alive and can flourish for future generations.

Website: www.jaccc.org

Japanese American National Museum

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Annette Miyamoto, Manager of Human Resources and Volunteer Services, hr@janm.org; 213-625-0414 ext. 2204.

The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to promote understanding and appreciation of America's ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience. Through the building of a comprehensive collection of material culture and development of multi-faceted exhibitions, educational activities, public programs and publications, the National Museum preserves and shares for current and future generations the rich and diverse stories of Japanese Americans for national and international audiences alike.

Website: www.janm.org/jobs/

Japanese American National Museum

Los Angeles

Production Internship:

Contact: Annette Miyamoto, Manager of Human Resources and Volunteer Services, hr@janm.org; 213-625-0414 ext. 2204.

The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to promote understanding and appreciation of America's ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience. Through the building of a comprehensive collection of material culture and development of multi-faceted exhibitions, educational activities, public programs and publications, the National Museum preserves and shares for current and future generations the rich and diverse stories of Japanese Americans for national and international audiences alike.

Website: www.janm.org/jobs/

Japanese American National Museum

Los Angeles

Media Arts Internship:

Contact: Annette Miyamoto, Manager of Human Resources and Volunteer Services, hr@janm.org; 213-625-0414 ext. 2204.

The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to promote understanding and appreciation of America's ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience. Through the building of a comprehensive collection of material culture and development of multi-faceted exhibitions, educational activities, public programs and publications, the National Museum preserves and shares for current and future generations the rich and diverse stories of Japanese Americans for national and international audiences alike.

Website: www.janm.org/jobs/

L.A. Freewaves

Los Angeles

Web Internship:

The intern will assist with building the Out the Window web site, and Freewaves' blog; work with staff, technical advisors, programmer and designer to develop enhanced site pages and perform technical troubleshooting; assist with site documentation; compress & catalog artist videos for Freewaves' archives; prepare images; and produce written and visual materials for web site and related marketing effort.

Contact: Anne Bray, anne@freewaves.org; 323-871-1950.

Established in 1989, Freewaves regards video and new media as vital tools for artistic and social expression. Freewaves is building one of the largest online video art archives. So far, the organization has shown new media by more than 3,000 artists in it biennial festivals and has become an influential model for other media arts organizations. It is also is an online magnet for the media arts, connecting innovative, culturally relevant, independent new media from around the world.

Website: www.freewaves.org

L.A. Freewaves

Los Angeles

Outreach Internship:

The intern will help develop and implement outreach to bus riders; administer artists' video entries and handle correspondence of acceptance and rejection; develop online marketing and optimization of Freewaves' web page; develop, edit and prepare artist bios and other information for the website; and maintain administrative and public relations databases.

Contact: Anne Bray, anne@freewaves.org; 323-871-1950.

Established in 1989, Freewaves regards video and new media as vital tools for artistic and social expression. Freewaves is building one of the largest online video art archives. So far, the organization has shown new media by more than 3,000 artists in it biennial festivals and has become an influential model for other media arts organizations. It is also is an online magnet for the media arts, connecting innovative, culturally relevant, independent new media from around the world.

Website: www.freewaves.org

LAXART

Los Angeles

Discursive and Educational Programs Internship:

This summer LAXART is offering one internship, focused on Discursive and Educational Programs.

Contact: Eric Stone, eric@laxart.org; 310-559-0166.

LAXART is Los Angeles' leading contemporary art space committed to the production and presentation of experimental exhibitions, public art initiatives, and publications with local, national, and international emerging, mid-career, and established artists.

Website: www.laxart.org

Los Angeles Public Library

Los Angeles

Archival Internship, Photo Collection:

Responsibilities include archiving and reorganizing the Library's photo collections to ensure proper conservation and increased public access; supporting research and planning for exhibitions; conducting research in the photo collection to fulfill patron requests; compiling an inventory of the map collection, providing assistance to volunteer support groups like Photo Friends; assisting with public programming; and creating blog posts relating to Los Angeles history by using photographs and maps from the Library's collection. The selected candidate will work out of the Central Library located in downtown Los Angeles.

Contact: Christina Rice, crice@lapl.org; 213-228-7403.

As one of the city's most valued cultural and education institutions, the Los Angeles Public Library serves the largest and most diverse constituency of any public library in the United States. The Library is home to nearly 6 million books, e-materials, and other resources. In addition, the Library maintains an archive of over three million historic photographs and documents, 85,000 of which are in the searchable online collection that is viewed 450,000 to 500,000 times every month.

Website: www.lapl.org

Long Beach Museum of Art

Long Beach

Curatorial and Collections Internship:

Contact: Sue Ann Robinson, Director of Collections, sueannr@lbma.org; 562-439-2119.

The Long Beach Museum of Art is a community-based organization that collects and cares for a permanent art collection, presents changing exhibitions in a variety of media, and provides engaging educational programming for youth and adults. It is the continuing goal of the Museum to provide high-quality artistic and educational programs that are accessible to all populations within the Long Beach region, regardless of ethnicity, age, languages spoken, or socioeconomic barriers. The Museum enjoys a diverse constituency and develops educational programs for children, students, adults, and seniors.

Website: www.lbma.org

Los Angeles Conservancy

Los Angeles

Advocacy Internship:

The Advocacy Intern will have the opportunity to become involved in a variety of substantive preservation issues. Possible work assignments include research, landmark nominations, community outreach, and support for urgent advocacy issues.

Contact: Adrian Scott Fine, Director of Advocacy, afine@laconservancy.org; 213-623-2489.

With a two-fold mission of advocacy and education, the Los Angeles Conservancy works to preserve existing architectural resources while raising awareness of their value through public tours, lectures, publications, and other cultural programs. Established in 1978, the Los Angeles Conservancy grew out of a community-based effort to prevent demolition of the Los Angeles Central Library. That structure (and many other culturally and historically significant Los Angeles buildings such as the Century Plaza Hotel, Cathedral of St. Vibiana, Bullock's Wilshire, and the last remaining 'golden arch' McDonald's restaurant) has been preserved through the efforts of the Conservancy.

Website: www.laconservancy.org

Los Angeles Conservancy

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

The Education Intern will help research and develop a special one-day walking tour of one of Los Angeles' historic districts. Research topics will include the architectural, social, and cultural history of the area.

Contact: Sarah Weber, Director of Education, sweber@laconservancy.org; 213-623-2489.

With a two-fold mission of advocacy and education, the Los Angeles Conservancy works to preserve existing architectural resources while raising awareness of their value through public tours, lectures, publications, and other cultural programs. Established in 1978, the Los Angeles Conservancy grew out of a community-based effort to prevent demolition of the Los Angeles Central Library. That structure (and many other culturally and historically significant Los Angeles buildings such as the Century Plaza Hotel, Cathedral of St. Vibiana, Bullock's Wilshire, and the last remaining 'golden arch' McDonald's restaurant) has been preserved through the efforts of the Conservancy.

Website: www.laconservancy.org

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship, Summer Season 2013:

The Summer Season 2013 Curatorial Intern will learn the conventions and protocols of mounting exhibitions and producing public programs. The Intern will gain valuable introductions to artists, curators and critics working in contemporary art today. This internship is for a student who is interested in learning about the curatorial process and who wants to develop exhibition and event production skills.

Contact: Geneva Skeen, geneva@welcometolace.org; 323-957-1777.

LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) is a non-profit contemporary visual arts institution that champions and challenges the art of our time by fostering artists who innovate, explore and take risks. We move within and beyond our four walls to provide opportunities for diverse publics to engage deeply with contemporary art. In doing so, we further dialogue and participation between and among artists and those audiences.

Website: www.welcometolace.org

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship, Latin American Art:

Contact: Tiffany August, taugust@lacma.org; 323-857-6242.

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the largest encyclopedic art museum in the western United States. As both resource to and reflection of Southern California's uniquely rich and diverse cultural community, LACMA works to continuously expand and serve audiences of all ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds both onsite and offsite by creating welcoming and user-oriented environments and programs. LACMA receives over 1 million visitors annually, has a membership base of 58,000; and serves more than 100,000 children yearly in our various school and family programs.

Website: www.lacma.org

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

Contact: Tiffany August, taugust@lacma.org; 323-857-6242.

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the largest encyclopedic art museum in the western United States. As both resource to and reflection of Southern California's uniquely rich and diverse cultural community, LACMA works to continuously expand and serve audiences of all ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds both onsite and offsite by creating welcoming and user-oriented environments and programs. LACMA receives over 1 million visitors annually, has a membership base of 58,000; and serves more than 100,000 children yearly in our various school and family programs.

Website: www.lacma.org

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Los Angeles

Registration and Collection Information Internship:

Contact: Tiffany August, taugust@lacma.org; 323-857-6242.

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the largest encyclopedic art museum in the western United States. As both resource to and reflection of Southern California's uniquely rich and diverse cultural community, LACMA works to continuously expand and serve audiences of all ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds both onsite and offsite by creating welcoming and user-oriented environments and programs. LACMA receives over 1 million visitors annually, has a membership base of 58,000; and serves more than 100,000 children yearly in our various school and family programs.

Website: www.lacma.org

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Martyrs Memorial

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

Contact: Ilaria Benzoni-Clark, Education Director, ilaria@lamoth.org; 323-651-9925.

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH) is the oldest Holocaust museum in the nation. LAMOTH's mission of commemoration and education has remained constant since its inception in 1961. LAMOTH provides free Holocaust education to the public, particularly meeting the needs of students from underfunded schools and underserved communities. The Museum is located in a brand new, award-winning facility in Pan Pacific Park across the street from The Grove. LAMOTH is an artifacts based history museum which also features cutting-edge interactive technology in its exhibits.

Website: www.lamoth.org

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Martyrs Memorial

Los Angeles

Research and Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Ilaria Benzoni-Clark, Education Director, ilaria@lamoth.org; 323-651-9925.

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH) is the oldest Holocaust museum in the nation. LAMOTH's mission of commemoration and education has remained constant since its inception in 1961. LAMOTH provides free Holocaust education to the public, particularly meeting the needs of students from underfunded schools and underserved communities. The Museum is located in a brand new, award-winning facility in Pan Pacific Park across the street from The Grove. LAMOTH is an artifacts based history museum which also features cutting-edge interactive technology in its exhibits.

Website: www.lamoth.org

MAK Center for Art and Architecture

West Hollywood

Programs Internship:

The Programs Intern will assist the Director, Programs Manager and Programs Coordinator in all aspects of production for MAK Center Summer 2013 programs, as well as planning for future activities. Among the programs for which the intern will have coordination responsibilities are the Center's architecture tour and related events as part of the exhibition Everything Loose Will Land; promotion of Smooth Matter at the Mackey Garage Top; plus, research and preparation for the Fall 2013 Schindler Lab publication project.

Contact: Anthony Carfello, acarfello@makcenter.org; 323-651-1510.

The MAK Center for Art and Architecture develops local, national, and international projects exploring the intersection of contemporary art and architecture. Programming includes exhibitions, lectures, symposia, performances, publication projects, new work commissions and an international residency program.

Website: www.makcenter.org

Machine Project

Los Angeles

Operations Internship:

We have one operations intern position who will help produce events at our storefront space in addition to providing general infrastructure support.

Contact: David Eng, Operations Manager, david@machineproject.com; 213-483-8761.

Machine Project is a non-profit performance and installation space investigating art, performance, technology, natural history, science, music, literature, and food in an informal storefront in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Machine Project also operates as a loose confederacy of artists producing shows at locations ranging from beaches to museums to parking lots.

Website: www.machineproject.com

Museum of Contemporary Art

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

Contact: Valerie Partridge, Visitor Services and Volunteer Manager, vpartridge@moca.org.

MOCA is the only museum in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to contemporary art. It is committed to the collection, presentation, and interpretation of work produced since 1940 in all media, and to preserving that work for future generations. Housed in two downtown locations and a space in West Hollywood, the museum engages artists and audiences through an ambitious program of exhibitions, education, collections, and publications.

Website: www.moca.org

Museum of Jurassic Technology

Culver City

Museum General Internship:

The internship is structured as an overview of the many tasks and processes involved in operating a small museum, such tasks include: maintaining a current and organized digital and physical archive, general maintenance of the exhibits and galleries, hosting school or community groups, and production of gift shop merchandise; other projects may arise depending on the intern's special skills and inclinations. Above all, flexibility, self-motivation and the ability to work independently are essential. The intern will also be responsible for reception work at the front desk of the museum one day per week.

Contact: Hana van der Steur, hana@mjt.org; 310-836-6131.

The Museum of Jurassic Technology (MJT) chronicles an uncommon history of expression and innovation in the arts, humanities, and sciences. The uniting principle of all MJT exhibits is the goal of leading audiences to new understandings of the human potential to create and innovate through illusory installations that reflect the aesthetics and practices of early museums, as well as the exhibition of mature artists who have remained unrecognized due to the unusual nature of their artwork and ideas. Small institutions like the MJT are typically run by a limited number of staff, who, by necessity, wear many hats and therefore work in multiple departments.

Website: www.mjt.org

Museum of Latin American Art

Long Beach

Collections Internship:

For complete job descriptions please visit the museum's website.

Interested candidates can submit resumes to jobs@molaa.org.

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) educates the public through the collection, preservation, presentation and interpretation of modern and contemporary Latin American art to facilitate cross-cultural dialogue. The curatorial vision includes presenting exhibitions with distinctive curatorial content, scholarly publications and innovative ideas carefully balancing cutting-edge, challenging exhibitions with more audience accessible offerings. MOLAA organizes exhibitions, educational programs, exhibition-related events, docent tours, and cultural events.

Website: www.molaa.org

Museum of Latin American Art

Long Beach

Curatorial Internship:

For complete job descriptions please visit the museum's website.

Interested candidates can submit resumes to jobs@molaa.org.

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) educates the public through the collection, preservation, presentation and interpretation of modern and contemporary Latin American art to facilitate cross-cultural dialogue. The curatorial vision includes presenting exhibitions with distinctive curatorial content, scholarly publications and innovative ideas carefully balancing cutting-edge, challenging exhibitions with more audience accessible offerings. MOLAA organizes exhibitions, educational programs, exhibition-related events, docent tours, and cultural events.

Website: www.molaa.org

Otis College of Art and Design

Los Angeles

Arts Administration Internship:

This internship will be at the Otis Ben Maltz Gallery.

Contact: Kathy MacPherson, Gallery Manager and Outreach Coordinator, kmacpherson@otis.edu; 310-665-6909.

Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles offers Bachelor of Fine Art degrees in 11 major areas (Architecture/Landscape/ Interiors, Advertising Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Digital Media, Fashion Design, Product Design, Painting, Photography, Sculpture/New Genres and Toy Design) and Master of Fine Arts degrees in Fine Arts, Writing, Graphic Design and Public Practice.

Website: www.otis.edu

Otis College of Art and Design

Los Angeles

Art Library Assistant for Digital Image Projects Internship:

The internship will be at the Millard Sheets Library in the Visual Resource Center.

Contact: Heather Cleary, Visual Digital Projects and Metadata Librarian, hcleary@otis.edu; 310-665-6926.

Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles offers Bachelor of Fine Art degrees in 11 major areas (Architecture/Landscape/ Interiors, Advertising Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Digital Media, Fashion Design, Product Design, Painting, Photography, Sculpture/New Genres and Toy Design) and Master of Fine Arts degrees in Fine Arts, Writing, Graphic Design and Public Practice.

Website: www.otis.edu

P.S. ARTS

Venice

Education & Programs:

Contact: Stephanie Kistner, stephanie.kistner@psarts.org.

P.S. ARTS is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children by bringing arts education to underserved public schools and communities.

Website: www.psarts.org

Pacific Asia Museum

Pasadena

Collections Management Internship:

Contact: Annie Kuang, Registrar, a.kuang@pacificasiamuseum.org; 626-449-2742 ext. 17.

The mission of Pacific Asia Museum is to further intercultural understanding through the arts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Founded in 1971, Pacific Asia Museum is the only museum in Southern California, and one of only four museums in the entire United States, dedicated exclusively to pan-Asian and Pacific Island art and culture.

Website: www.pacificasiamuseum.org

Pacific Asia Museum

Pasadena

Education Internship:

Contact: Amelia Chapman, a.chapman@pacificasiamuseum.org; 626-449-2742 ext. 19.

The mission of Pacific Asia Museum is to further intercultural understanding through the arts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Founded in 1971, Pacific Asia Museum is the only museum in Southern California, and one of only four museums in the entire United States, dedicated exclusively to pan-Asian and Pacific Island art and culture.

Website: www.pacificasiamuseum.org

Pasadena Heritage

Pasadena

Education Internship:

Contact: Patty Judy, pjudy@pasadenaheritage.org; 626-441-6333 ext. 16.

Pasadena Heritage was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in January 1977 to address the mounting loss of historic buildings in the great surge of redevelopment at the time. This year marks our 36th year of historic preservation programs and projects. The organization's mission statement is 'to identify, preserve and protect the historic, architectural, and cultural resources of the city of Pasadena through advocacy, education, and oral histories.'

Website: www.pasadenaheritage.org

Pasadena Museum of California Art

Pasadena

Exhibition and Marketing Internship:

Reporting to the Exhibition Manager & Registrar and the Marketing & Outreach Coordinator, this position will learn about the essential components involved in managing an exhibition, as well as educational programming. The intern's duties and responsibilities will involve participating in the various stages of exhibition and program development, from research to planning and execution, for multiple upcoming exhibitions. The position will also entail the development and execution of marketing initiatives for both current and upcoming exhibitions. Responsibilities will include assisting in online (e-blasts, social media networks, blogs) and offline (print materials, event production) efforts.

Contact: Alexis Kaneshiro, akaneshiro@pmcaonline.org.

The Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) is dedicated to the exhibition of California art and design. The PMCA's exhibitions and educational programs explore the cultural dynamics and influences unique to California art and artists. In 2012 the museum marked its 10th anniversary.

Website: www.pmcaonline.org

Plaza de la Raza Inc.

Los Angeles

School for the Performing and Visual Arts Internship:

The Plaza School for the Performing and Visual Arts Intern will assist staff in the operation of core educational activities including workshops and classes, assisting instructors, documenting activities, working with children and youth, and helping prepare the annual visual arts exhibition of student work to be presented in the historic Boat House Gallery.

Contact: Maria Jimenez-Torres, 323-223-2475.

Plaza de la Raza is a community based arts and cultural center located in the heart of East Los Angeles. Located in the heart of East Los Angeles; a predominantly Latino population, for the past 42 years Plaza De La Raza has provided year round arts education programs, and has also served as a community arts center, presenting the finest in Latino culture programming in a variety of disciplines. Plaza's mission is to foster enrichment of all cultures bridging the geographic, social, artistic, and cultural boundaries of Los Angeles, and beyond.

Website: www.plazadelaraza.org

Pomona College Museum of Art

Claremont

Collections Management and Registration Internship:

The internship will include projects specifically focused on Collections Maintenance and Registration. Working with Museum staff, the intern's responsibilities will include assisting the Assistant Director/Registrar in a variety of tasks related to collection care, including cataloguing, photographing and rehousing of a variety of collections objects. Additional tasks may include database management and volunteer coordination. Educational tasks may include writing didactic labels and preparing outreach programs.

Interested students should submit a resume and a letter of application that explains why the internship is of interest, describes relevant study and/or experience, and lists the names, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references by May 10, 2013.

Contact: Steve Comba, Assistant Director/Registrar, Pomona College Museum of Art, scomba@pomona.edu; 909-621-8106.

The fine art collections of Pomona College are housed in the Pomona College Museum of Art. Among important holdings are the Kress Collection of 15th- and 16th-century Italian panel paintings; over 5,000 examples of Pre-Columbian to 20th-century American Indian art and artifacts, including basketry, ceramics, and beadwork; and a large collection of American and European prints, drawings, and photographs. In addition to serving as the basis for exhibitions, the collections, which are always available for individual study and research, are frequently used for classes.

Website: www.pomona.edu/museum/

Public Corporation for the Arts of the City of Long Beach

Long Beach

Curatorial Internship:

The Curatorial Intern will work with the Community Project Manager on planning and implementation of the A LOT initiative, the organization's NEA Our Town-funded public art and performance project designed to engage audiences at non-traditional sites in underserved Long Beach neighborhoods. This intern will receive training and experience in collaborative program development, site-specific curation and evaluation.

Contact: John Glaza, Executive Director, john.glaza@artslb.org; 562-435-2787, ext. 4.

Arts Council for Long Beach provides access for families, children, and the community to a broad spectrum of creative expressions and cultural experiences by building strategic partnerships and programs that weave arts and culture into the fabric of our community.

Website: www.artslb.org

Rancho Los Cerritos Foundation

Long Beach

Education and Public Programs Internship:

Contact: Meighan Maguire, meighan.maguire@longbeach.gov; 562-570-1325.

The Rancho Los Cerritos Foundation provides support for preservation and educational enhancements at Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site, an 1844 two-story adobe on 4.7 acres of landscaped grounds in Long Beach. The museum focuses on the interpretation of rural life styles and economic development in S. California between the 1840s and 1940s, and offers guided tours of the house and gardens, youth and educational programs, living history tours, and special events throughout the year. There is also a California History Research Library on the site.

Website: www.rancholoscerritos.org

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden

Claremont

Curatorial Internship, Digitization:

The intern will be immersed in a dynamic and active community of people dedicated to the long-term preservation of cultural and biological resources in the context of the Garden's mission.

Contact: Linda Worlow, lworlow@rsabg.org; 909-625-8767 ext. 241.

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (RSABG) is a private, non-profit, research and educational institution with extensive library, herbarium, and laboratory facilities. The 86-acre garden displays extensive plantings of native California plants, providing for the public's enrichment and enjoyment as well as for conservation of our endangered flora. Via educational programming at all levels, pre-K through graduate education to retirees, RSABG works to enhance appreciation California's remarkable native plants.

Website: www.rsabg.org

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery of Scripps College

Claremont

Curatorial Internship:

The Curatorial Intern will assist in organizing an exhibition of selected works by painter and former Scripps faculty member Phil Dike, who was one of the leaders of the Southern California watercolor movement, which will be presented in September - October 2013. Among other tasks, the intern will research and write about works in the exhibition, draft a press release, and help install the works. These projects will give the student a full view of the process of organizing an exhibition.

Contacts: Mary MacNaughton, mmacnaug@scrippscollege.edu and Kirk Delman, kdelman@scrippscollege.edu.

The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, the gallery of Scripps College, is the steward of the Scripps art collection, which contains the prestigious Marer collection of Ceramics. In addition, the collection holds numerous important works of photography, American impressionism, Asian art, and Africa-American art. The gallery presents four to five exhibitions of works annually.

Website: rcwg.scrippscollege.edu/

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery of Scripps College

Claremont

Collection/Conservation Internship:

The Collection/Conservation Intern will inventory prints and photographs in the Scripps permanent collection; photograph Japanese prints recently gifted to Scripps; format scanned photographs of Kogyo prints for the database and write condition reports for selected works, among other tasks. The project includes writing detailed condition reports of works, digitally photographing them and working with a professional objects conservator to clean and wax the works.

Contact: Colleen Salomon, csalomon@scrippscollege.edu.

The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, the gallery of Scripps College, is the steward of the Scripps art collection, which contains the prestigious Marer collection of Ceramics. In addition, the collection holds numerous important works of photography, American impressionism, Asian art, and Africa-American art. The gallery presents four to five exhibitions of works annually.

Website: rcwg.scrippscollege.edu/

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery of Scripps College

Claremont

Visual Resources Internship:

The Visual Resources Intern will help continue the digitization of slides into the online database of visual arts resources used for teaching at Scripps and in the Joint Art History Program at the Claremont Colleges. The intern, who will be trained in some of the functions of the Embark system by Visual Resources Curator, will photograph, scan, and optimize slides as well as work on social media for the gallery.

Contact: John Trendler, Visual Resources Curator, Jtrendler@scrippscollege.edu.

The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, the gallery of Scripps College, is the steward of the Scripps art collection, which contains the prestigious Marer collection of Ceramics. In addition, the collection holds numerous important works of photography, American impressionism, Asian art, and Africa-American art. The gallery presents four to five exhibitions of works annually.

Website: rcwg.scrippscollege.edu/

Ryman Arts

Los Angeles

Online Communications Internship:

Contact: info@rymanarts.org.

Recently named a National Program of Excellence by the President's Committee on the Arts & Humanities, Ryman Arts offers free, intensive studio classes taught by master teaching artists, along with college and career planning and a range of supportive resources to 450 students each year and has reached over 4,500 young artists since 1990. Ryman Arts demonstrates that high quality arts education has a positive impact on the youth's self-esteem, curiosity, creativity, and ability to collaborate. Ryman Arts also coordinates The Big Draw LA, a regional public arts engagement initiative.

Website: www.rymanarts.org

Santa Monica Museum of Art

Santa Monica

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Laura Copelin, Curatorial Assistant, laura.copelin@smmoa.org; 310-586-6488 ext. 119.

The Santa Monica Museum of Art (SMMoA) is a non-collecting museum dedicated to producing a wide range of exhibitions and diverse curatorial perspectives that nurture and broadcast the transformative power of contemporary art. SMMoA's in-depth lectures and workshops allow participants to experience art in a variety of modes, from ambient to creative.

Website: www.smmoa.org

Santa Monica Museum of Art

Santa Monica

Education Internship:

Contact: Asuka Hisa, Director of Education, asuka.hisa@smmoa.org; 310-586-6488 ext. 118.

The Santa Monica Museum of Art (SMMoA) is a non-collecting museum dedicated to producing a wide range of exhibitions and diverse curatorial perspectives that nurture and broadcast the transformative power of contemporary art. SMMoA's in-depth lectures and workshops allow participants to experience art in a variety of modes, from ambient to creative.

Website: www.smmoa.org

Self-Help Graphics and Arts, Inc.

Los Angeles

Documentation and Archive Internship:

SHG is seeking a Documentation and Archive Intern who will assist in the development and organization of the organization's print collections from 2011-2013, as well as associated Inventory and materials.

Contact: Evonne Gallardo, Executive Director, evonne.gallardo@selfhelpgraphics.com; 323-881-6444.

Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG) has been nurturing emerging Latino artists in printmaking and other artistic mediums for over 40 years on the East side of Los Angeles. With an archive through UC Santa Barbara's California Ethnic and Multicultural Archive and collections in institutions such as the Mexican Fine Arts Museum in Chicago, LACMA and the University of Notre Dame, SHG is the producer of the largest and most important collections of Chicano/Latino fine art prints in the world.

Website: www.selfhelpgraphics.com

Skirball Cultural Center

Los Angeles

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Erin Clancey, Curator, 310-440-4615.

The Skirball Cultural Center is dedicated to exploring the connections between 4,000 years of Jewish heritage and the vitality of American democratic ideals. The Skirball achieves its mission through educational programs that explore literary, visual, and performing arts from around the world; through the display and interpretation of its permanent collections and changing exhibitions; through an interactive family destination inspired by the Noah's Ark story; and through outreach to the community.

Website: www.skirball.org

Skirball Cultural Center

Los Angeles

Communications and Marketing Internship:

Contact: Lisa Delgin, Marketing and Social Media Manager, 310-440-4657.

The Skirball Cultural Center is dedicated to exploring the connections between 4,000 years of Jewish heritage and the vitality of American democratic ideals. The Skirball achieves its mission through educational programs that explore literary, visual, and performing arts from around the world; through the display and interpretation of its permanent collections and changing exhibitions; through an interactive family destination inspired by the Noah's Ark story; and through outreach to the community.

Website: www.skirball.org

Social and Public Art Resource Center

Venice

Archive Internship:

Contact: Felipe Sanchez, felipe@sparcmurals.org.

Located in Venice, CA, the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) is one of the leading community-based non-profit arts organizations in America. Founded in 1976, SPARC's intent is to examine what we choose to memorialize through public art, to devise and innovate excellent art pieces and to provide empowerment through participatory processes to communities excluded from civic debate; our works are collaborations between artists and communities, resulting in art that examines the most critical social and political issues of our time.

Website: www.sparcmurals.org

Social and Public Art Resource Center

Venice

Public Arts Administration Internship:

Contact: Contact: Felipe Sanchez, felipe@sparcmurals.org.

Located in Venice, CA, the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) is one of the leading community-based non-profit arts organizations in America. Founded in 1976, SPARC's intent is to examine what we choose to memorialize through public art, to devise and innovate excellent art pieces and to provide empowerment through participatory processes to communities excluded from civic debate; our works are collaborations between artists and communities, resulting in art that examines the most critical social and political issues of our time.

Website: www.sparcmurals.org

St. Elmo Village

Los Angeles

LIVE-TEACH-WORK Internship:

The St. Elmo village, LIVE-TEACH-WORK Internship will introduce students to the day too day work that is done at a small nonprofit arts organization. The intern will have the opportunity to be a part of this organization on a hands-on basis. Working with founder/president, Roderick Sykes and the administrator, Jacqueline Alexander-Sykes with all that happens day by day.

Contact: Roderick Sykes, stelmovillage@earthlink.net.

St. Elmo Village is a place where creativity, education, life shills, community and the environment are nurtured, developed and supported through the Art of Living.

Website: www.stelmovillage.org

The Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art

Malibu

Curatorial Internship:

Contact: Monica Chapon, Museum Assistant/Arts Education Coordinator, Monica.Chapon@pepperdine.edu; 310-506-4766.

The Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine University, opened in 1992, is committed to serving both students and the community through vibrant art exhibitions by following the founder's belief that art should be visually engaging as well as thought provoking. The museum presents a series of changing exhibitions of historic and contemporary American art, with a special emphasis on the art of California. Our current exhibition, 'Illustrating Modern Life: The Golden Age of American Illustration from the Kelly Collection,' features original paintings by legendary artists of the 1890s through the 1930s who gave visual life to our nation's dreams and ideals.

Website: arts.pepperdine.edu/museum

The Learning Centers at Fairplex

Pomona

Curatorial & Design Internship:

Contact: Amy Pond-Cirelli, Attractions and Competitions Supervisor, apond@fairplex.com; 909-865-4043.

The Learning Centers at Fairplex integrates the arts into its educational programs hosted on the Fairplex campus, home of the Los Angeles County Fair. From hosting a professional fine arts exhibit at the Millard Sheets Center for the Arts to providing 2-D and 3-D visual design classes for local high school students, The Learning Centers engages the community with the arts in a meaningful and impactful manner.

The Vincent Price Art Museum

Monterey Park

Curatorial/Exhibition Preparation Internship:

The purpose of this internship is to familiarize an intern with the many facets of working in a small art museum. The intern will learn about collection management and professional procedures for documenting information about a collection. S/he will assist with safe handling of various art works in exhibition and works on loan. S/he may interact with artists, collectors, gallerists, other students, college faculty and volunteers. The intern will also assist with developing a community outreach program as well as perform other daily duties as required.

Contact: Victor Parra, parrav@elac.edu; 323-415-5398.

For over 50 years, the Vincent Price Art Museum, on the campus of East Los Angeles College, has been serving the community by presenting world-class art exhibitions and unique hands-on educational resources. The museum's collection contains more than 9000 pieces. In 2011, VPAM opened a brand new museum space with seven galleries, a lecture hall, and art storage facilities.

Website: www.vincentpriceartmuseum.org

The Wende Museum of the Cold War

Culver City

Research Intern:

The Research Intern will research aspects of the collection, particularly some 220 items recently acquired from Communist Hungary.

Contact: Donna Stein, Associate Director, dstein@wendemuseum.org; 310-216-1600 ext. 301.

The Wende Museum is a hybrid organization, simultaneously an archive of material culture and an educational institution, fusing interdisciplinary scholarship with its programs. The Museum is independent and facilitates open access to its collection of more than 75,000 items of visual and material culture, providing a forum for exploration and engagement, and encouraging diverse interpretations from multiple perspectives. The collections concentrate on preservation of cultural, political artifacts and documentary materials that are at risk or are critical to scholarly investigation, and personal artifacts and histories that capture the lived experience beneath the ideological battles and geo-political struggles of the Cold War.

Website: www.wendemuseum.org

The Wende Museum of the Cold War

Culver City

Collections Intern:

The Collections Intern will assist with all aspects of management and conservation of the Wende Museum's collection, in preparation for a move to their new home in 2013, including object identification, preservation, accessioning and cataloging.

Contact: Donna Stein, Associate Director, dstein@wendemuseum.org; 310-216-1600 ext. 301.

The Wende Museum is a hybrid organization, simultaneously an archive of material culture and an educational institution, fusing interdisciplinary scholarship with its programs. The Museum is independent and facilitates open access to its collection of more than 75,000 items of visual and material culture, providing a forum for exploration and engagement, and encouraging diverse interpretations from multiple perspectives. The collections concentrate on preservation of cultural, political artifacts and documentary materials that are at risk or are critical to scholarly investigation, and personal artifacts and histories that capture the lived experience beneath the ideological battles and geo-political struggles of the Cold War.

Website: www.wendemuseum.org

Torrance Art Museum

Torrance

Curatorial Internship:

The Curatorial Intern will assist the curators on cataloging, collecting, and installing artwork for the exhibition.

Contact: Max Presneill, MPresneill@TorranceCA.Gov, 310-618-6341; or Janene Ferguson, JFerguson@TorranceCA.Gov, 310-618-2376.

The Torrance Art Museum (TAM) presents contemporary art by emerging and established artists from all parts of the globe; it is the premiere visual arts space in the South Bay. The 2013 Getty Multicultural Intern will be a member of the Curatorial Team organizing 'Weird Tales,' which opens August 31 at TAM. The exhibition will incorporate movie props, popular culture items and new art surrounding Sci Fi and Horror themes in culture and how these reflect notions of The Other, xenophobia, utopianism, etc.

Website: www.TorranceArtMuseum.com

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

Los Angeles

Publications and Programs Internship:

Contact: Javier Iribarren, Assistant Director, jiribarren@chicano.ucla.edu; 310-794-9646.

The Chicano Studies Research Center is an organized research entity at The University of California, Los Angeles. It includes a library/archive, academic press, public programs (including exhibitions), and a research program focused on four areas: the arts, education, immigration, and the media.

Website: www.chicano.ucla.edu

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

Los Angeles

Preservation and Research Internship:

Contact: Javier Iribarren, Assistant Director, jiribarren@chicano.ucla.edu; 310-794-9646.

The Chicano Studies Research Center is an organized research entity at The University of California, Los Angeles. It includes a library/archive, academic press, public programs (including exhibitions), and a research program focused on four areas: the arts, education, immigration, and the media.

Website: www.chicano.ucla.edu

University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach

Long Beach

Curatorial Internship:

The intern will work with Director/Chief Curator Chris Scoates on the project Gabe Bartalos: Abhorrence and Obsession—helping with research and preparations for the exhibition that will open in fall 2013.

Contact: Brian Trimble, brian.trimble@csulb.edu; 562-985-7601.

The University Art Museum is a contemporary art museum located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach. The focus of the UAM's exhibition programming is to present projects that cross the boundaries between visual arts, science, technology, music, and popular culture, as well as to present projects that re-envision traditional media. As part of an educational institution, the UAM provides a forum for experimentation, helps train the next generation of arts professionals, and serves as a bridge between the university and the community.

Website: www.csulb.edu/org/uam/

University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach

Long Beach

Education Internship:

The Education intern will work with Curator of Education Brian Trimble to develop interactive and engagement interpretive programs for the exhibition, Gabe Bartalos: Abhorrence and Obsession.

Contact: Brian Trimble, brian.trimble@csulb.edu; 562-985-7601.

The University Art Museum is a contemporary art museum located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach. The focus of the UAM's exhibition programming is to present projects that cross the boundaries between visual arts, science, technology, music, and popular culture, as well as to present projects that re-envision traditional media. As part of an educational institution, the UAM provides a forum for experimentation, helps train the next generation of arts professionals, and serves as a bridge between the university and the community.

Website: www.csulb.edu/org/uam/

Velaslavasay Panorama

Los Angeles

Programming Internship:

Contact: Sara Velas, panorama@panoramaonview.org; 213-746-2166.

Drawing on the illustrious history of the Grant Panorama Paintings and myriad entertainments and traditions popular before the invention of cinema, The Velaslavasay Panorama is an exhibition hall, theatre and garden dedicated to the production and presentation of unusual visual experiences on themes of landscape immersion and illusion.

Website: www.panoramaonview.org

Venice Arts: In Neighborhoods

Venice

Public Programs Internship:

The Public Programs Intern's primary project will be working on coordinating and executing our annual Summer Juried Exhibition and its surrounding public programming (June-August), as well as preparing for exhibitions to take place later in the fall, particularly our 20th Anniversary Exhibition and our new Fresh Perspectives Visiting Curator Exhibition. The intern will assist the Gallery & Public Programs Manager with all aspects of producing the exhibitions, including written materials and signage, public program development and implementation, and marketing. Additionally, the Public Programs Intern will assist in programming adult workshops for the fall.

Contact: Elysa Voshell, Gallery & Public Programs Manager, elysa@venicearts.org; 310-392-0846.

Venice Arts' mission is to ignite youths' imagination, mentor their creativity, and expand their sense of possibility through high quality, accessible media-based arts education programs. Venice Arts also serves as a catalyst for people of all ages, living in low-income or underrepresented communities, to create and share personal and community stories through photography, film, and multi-media.

Website: www.venicearts.org

Venice Arts: In Neighborhoods

Venice

Photography & Film Archival Internship:

The Photography & Film Archival Intern will gain experience in preserving and archiving Venice Arts' photographic body of work and will document classroom activities and add to the Venice Arts' online library of educational materials. The intern will gain first-hand experience in curatorial, archival, and educational aspects of an arts non-profit. The intern's primary project will be putting together photographic and film materials from our historical archive in preparation for our 20th Anniversary Exhibition.

Contact: Brigid McCaffrey, Lead Filmmaker, brigid@venice-arts.org; 310-392-0846.

Venice Arts' mission is to ignite youths' imagination, mentor their creativity, and expand their sense of possibility through high quality, accessible media-based arts education programs. Venice Arts also serves as a catalyst for people of all ages, living in low-income or underrepresented communities, to create and share personal and community stories through photography, film, and multi-media.

Website: www.venicearts.org

Visual Communications

Los Angeles

Exhibitions Program Associate Internship:

The Exhibitions Program Associate will primarily focus on the final wrap up of the 2013 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, including research, cataloging and review of digital media, social networking, and web interfacing. The Associate will organize materials from our festival submission site, WithoutABox and work on the transitioning of our site from the 2013 to the 2014 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. The Exhibitions Program Associate will lead a media project conducted by all summer interns for Youth Inspired, a short video profiling Asian American leaders in the community and entertainment industry under 30 years of age. This position reports to the Executive Director.

Submit resumes to Tammy Borrero, Director of Development, tammy@vconline.org.

Visual Communications is the first media arts center in the nation dedicated to the honest and accurate portrayals of the Asian Pacific American peoples, communities, and heritage. Our mission is to encourage and paint an alternative picture of Asian Americans than that portrayed in the mainstream media through the creation, presentation, preservation, and support of media works by and about Asian Pacific Americans.

Website: www.vconline.org

Visual Communications

Los Angeles

Archives Associate Internship:

The Archives Associate will work closely with the Preservation Manager and other Preservation team members in preparing the archive for public access, collections processing and development. The intern will inventory and conduct basic preservation work; digitize photographic and/or videos of Asian Pacific American history and art; protect original materials; arrange, care for, and create descriptions of photographs and negatives; create records for newly developed content; and participate in a media project conducted by all summer interns for Youth Inspired. This position reports to the Preservation Manager.

Submit resumes to Tammy Borrero, Director of Development, tammy@vconline.org.

Visual Communications is the first media arts center in the nation dedicated to the honest and accurate portrayals of the Asian Pacific American peoples, communities, and heritage. Our mission is to encourage and paint an alternative picture of Asian Americans than that portrayed in the mainstream media through the creation, presentation, preservation, and support of media works by and about Asian Pacific Americans.

Website: www.vconline.org

William S. Hart Museum

Los Angeles

Education Internship:

The intern will work under the direction of the Museum Administrator, to plan and develop new materials and activities for multi-generational visitors to the William S. Hart Ranch and Museum. The intern's project will include the research and preparation of materials that can be used to enhance our young visitors' experiences in the Museum, as well as activities that can take place outside utilizing our space and Park resources.

Contact: Margi Bertram, Administrator, William S. Hart Museum, mbertram@nhm.org; 661-254-4584.

The NHM has amassed one of the world's most extensive and valuable collections of natural and cultural history—more than 35 million objects, some as old as 4.5 billion years. Its curatorial staff not only cares for those collections, but uses them for groundbreaking scientific and historic research. The Museum also curates new, immersive exhibitions that give visitors the opportunity to explore the 'big picture' of our planet—specimens and objects, the stories behind them, and the increasing interrelatedness of the natural and cultural worlds.

Website: www.hartmuseum.org