Three days per week
Training bursary: £16,000 pro rata
If you are a versatile and motivated graduate with a passion for art, this amazing part-time internship could be just the opportunity you are looking for…
The successful candidate will learn how to support PEER’s small team on a series of gallery exhibitions and associated public events. They will also learn about and assist with planning and organising events, workshops, communications and social media for the programme and be given the opportunity to work closely with artists.
This is an ideal opening for a graduate that has a genuine passion for visual art and believes in the positive impact it has on local communities. So, if you’re not afraid to get stuck into a wide range of tasks and have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, this is the perfect opportunity to start your career in gallery administration and curating!
Minimum Academic Requirements: Undergraduate Degree
For more information on the role and how to apply, visit Creative Access
This six month internship is supported by the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund.
Deadline Sunday 25 November
This internship is only open to candidates from a BAME background or to those with lower socio-economic status. Applications must be submitted via Creative Access.