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Jean Fouquet, Hours of Simon de Varie (folio 1r), 1455, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. (Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program)
Internship in Art History
Visual Resources Management
The Visual Resources Center of the Department of Art History invites undergraduates to apply for an internship in visual resources management. Interns will learn the basics of creating, organizing, and implementing an image collection for academic use, as well as conduct research in a particular field of art history. Your central project will be the creation of a database of images built around an area of your own expertise or interest (such as a particular artist or movement), to be defined in consultation with the Director of the Visual Resources Center.
Interns will contribute a minimum of 140 hours to this project, and will receive 3 credits upon successful completion of the internship. This is an unpaid internship.
Some prior knowledge of art and architectural history is essential.
This internship is usually offered in the Fall and Spring semesters. It requires pre-approval of the Director of the Visual Resources Center and/or the Department of Art History's Director of Undergraduate Studies. It does not count as a 400-level seminar and does not fulfill an area requirement. It does not count towards the 33 credits in Art History required of majors.
How to Apply
Please submit your résumé and a cover letter describing your proposed project. Send these materials to the Director of the Visual Resources Center at email@example.com. All materials must be received by the appropriate deadline listed below.
Application Deadline for Fall Semester Internships: April 1Application Deadline for Spring Semester Internships: November 1
Application Deadline for Fall Semester Internships: April 1
Application Deadline for Spring Semester Internships: November 1
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