The Kunsthalle Detroit Museum offers year-round internships for undergraduate and graduate students.
Assignments are based on Museum needs and applicants' interests.
is intended for students enrolled in museum education or related studies that
require internship in relevant field.
Schedule is flexible depending on the museumís needs and intern's calendar.
Click here to download the internship application form.
Following internship positions are available:
Assistant to the Director on various projects including preparation and planning for the future museum exhibitions.
Preferably students in media or film education programs or with strong interest in film or multimedia education, or contemporary art history,
to help with research in upcoming museum exhibitions and the permanent collection for educational purposes.
Requires approximately 6-8 hours per week, flexible schedule.
Assist with general administrative duties; preparing incoming and outgoing receipts for loaned objects; data entry of collection items;
assisting with the preparation and
organization of files for upcoming exhibitions and loans. Ideally for two days
per week, graduate students preferred.
Intern needed, preferably art history or film studies major, twice a week, for exhibition and collections research, clerical assistance (maintaining files),
and miscellaneous curatorial work.
Assist exhibition designer and preparator on art handling/installation projects including maintenance of work on view
and assistance with
installation of special exhibitions.
The Marketing and Communications interns will work on a variety of tasks including updating and developing the website and media databases,
copy for Museum press releases and publications, helping with graphic design,
and public relations work.
1. Research on grant programs and guidelines.
2. Updating paper files and updating Raiser's Edge database.
4. Assistance with corporate membership fulfillment.
proposal attachment files such as resumes, bios, etc.
Skills required: online
research, filing, copying, attention to detail, data entry. The intern should
be interested in office work, learning about nonprofit development, and be
able to work independently. Graduate students preferred.
Assist with mailings and brochure design with good computer skills and a good attitude.