The Institute of Cultural Inquiry is currently seeking a part-time employee to manage content on our website. Please send a letter of inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting a full application.
The Institute of Cultural Inquiry offers a number of internships throughout the year. Over the years, we have partnered with schools and organizations such as The Getty Foundation, OTIS College of Art and Design, and the University of California, Los Angeles to provide hands on experience in a number of art-related areas, including curation, archives, and publishing.
SUMMER INTERN – ICI PRESS (Intern/Volunteer)
DESCRIPTION: The intern will assist in the production of hand-made art objects in the organization’s publication department. The intern will be trained in basic production techniques which may include precision cutting, painting, printing, wire-binding, bookmaking techniques, hand-sewing, gluing, various modes of assembly and/or light graphic design.
REQUIREMENTS: The ideal candidates are independent, curious, self-motivated, flexible and zen, with a keen attention to detail. Must have the ability to maintain focus and consistency while working independently for prolonged sessions. Familiarity with painting techniques and artistic practices is highly desired. Must be proficient with a mat knife or straight edge and be able to adhere to the old adage ‘measure twice, cut once.’
To apply please send a detailed cover letter stating your interest in the ICI and a current CV detailing your art-making experience as separate PDF documents to email@example.com; subject line: Summer 2019 Internship.
Interviews will begin late May and continue until the position is filled. Position will begin after June 15, 2019.
The ICI offers “Visualist-in-Residence” (VIR) opportunities at the Institute’s Los Angeles site. The residency provides artists, art theorists, writers, and other visual researchers and cultural producers with an environment oriented towards the production of knowledge inside a well-equipped study and production facility.
Residencies for the 2017-2019 season will be by invitation only, while we critically evaluate the past 5 years of the project through a series of discussions, displays, and public forums.
Please check back in 2020 for future VIR opportunities.
For more information about the VIR project please visit: http://www.culturalinquiry.org/blog/activities/2014-visualist-in-residence-project
We are happy to mentor high school and college students interested in doing community service with an arts-related organization. For-credit opportunities are also available.
For more information on community service, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org