Host organisation Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre
Location 42 Queen Street | New Plymouth 4310
Dates of internship Second half of 2019 | minimum length 3 months full-time or part-time work over a longer period of time can be discussed
Hours of internship 9 am to 5 pm (includes morning & afternoon tea break & lunch)
Hours to be discussed if the intern works on a part-time basis
This internship opportunity is paid.
Internship Supervisor Lisa Berndt | firstname.lastname@example.org | +64 6 759 0851
Applications close: Sunday 14 July 2019
The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre is looking for a curatorial intern of Māori descent with close ties to Te Ao Māori. The gallery is providing a professional development opportunity to gain experience in all areas related to exhibition making for someone who is interested in a future career in the arts.
Focus of Internship
The 2019 Govett-Brewster Art Gallery internship will support the preparation of an exhibition for the gallery’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2020 as well as a solo exhibition of new work by artist Brett Graham (Tainui, Ngāti Kōroki Kahukura).
Internship / Role Description
Support of Exhibitions & Collections Team including
– research of artworks for the exhibition and publication
– assistance with education and public programmes
– exhibition tours
– assistance with the collection database Vernon
– assistance with registration
– assistance with exhibition communication
If you’re interested in this opportunity please e-mail your CV and Cover Letter as well as two letters of support or any questions you may have to:
Business Development Lead
PH +64 6 7590851