The Art Edit internship program is designed to offer undergraduate and graduate students real-world experience in content production, writing, editing and publishing across both print and digital. Interns will gain hands-on experience in a high-visibility art publication organisation to equip individuals with skills and knowledge relevant to the art industry.
What To Expect
The day to day of an Art Edit intern is marked by fluidity. You might find yourself helping with digital content production, social media, sub-editing, research tasks, plus much more. We try to cater each internship experience to the individual, based on their skills and interests. An eagerness to learn and gain new skills is necessary.
Interns can expect to gain experience working on the following core tasks:
Benefits of an Art Edit Internship
Our goal for this program is that our interns walk away feeling that they’ve received insight into what it means to work in a leading arts publication while building practical skills and deepening their passion for contemporary art. If this is an experience that you would like to have, apply today!
Interns must commit to a minimum of 8 hours per week, adhering to a regular, designated schedule, Monday-Friday, for a period of at least three months.
Art Edit internships are unpaid, but we are committed to providing an enriching, educational experience that will build viable and transferable skills. We will accommodate academic credit requirements if offered, and if arrangements are made in advance. In the case of for-credit internships, it is the intern’s responsibility to learn and communicate their individual program’s requirements to Art Edit.
For their service, interns are listed on the masthead of the publication for the duration of the internship.
How to Apply
Applications can be submitted year round. Applications must include:
Art Edit is located in Eora/Sydney. Applicants must be located in Sydney.
Please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org