Remote art internships offer a unique chance to experience the dynamic global industry that is the art world. Interns gain first-hand knowledge of competitive, creative fields, and learn from international experts.
Our alumni have interned at organizations including:
For professionals of all ages hoping to enter the art world, there’s nothing more valuable than hands-on experience. Whether you’re working towards a degree in visual arts or curation, or are looking to make a career change, these placements are the perfect introduction to this vast industry.
Depending on your interests and skills, interns are placed in a diverse array of organizations throughout the art world. From creative firms to fashion agencies to galleries, the opportunities for remote art internships are endless. No matter which corner of the industry you’re most interested in, having a portfolio that showcases your skills is key. When it comes time to apply for a full-time role in the creative fields, potential employers will want visual evidence of your abilities.
Interns not only begin to develop strong reels and portfolios, but they are also guided by some of the world’s top creative professionals. Each intern works closely with both their manager and a multi-functional team, allowing them to gain insight into the full lifecycle of a project.
Responsibilities at remote art internships may include:
-Drafting designs for print and digital promotional material
-Assisting with studio scheduling, shoot and exposition planning
-Collaborating closely with marketing teams, printers, vendors, and clients
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Professionals from around the globe and a variety of academic backgrounds are drawn to careers in the art world. It is perhaps one of the most international fields, allows the most creativity, and is inextricably linked to both history and culture.
Regardless of why you’re drawn to the industry, remote art internships are the perfect way to gain a leg up. Succeeding in the art world requires innovation, passion, and the ability to think outside the box. As an intern with a top global organization, you’ll be surrounded with the inspiration and motivation needed to kickstart your career. Interns learn about creative styles from all over the world, as well as a well-rounded understanding of the field itself.
In today’s remote world, interns have increased independence and responsibility in their placements. While interns work closely with teammates and mentors, remote art internships require self-motivation and time management. These skills are also highly important in full-time roles, whether in an office or remote. In addition to the valuable skills and essential portfolio, interns also develop a network of connections. A professional network is an essential element of any successful career, and is a long-lasting benefit of these placements.
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