InLiquid is looking for a dynamic Exhibitions Research Intern to research past exhibitions and programming from its rich 21 year history, and to present them to the public through digital interfaces. With a long history in promoting contemporary art in Philadelphia through socially conscious exhibitions and programming, this internship seeks a candidate interested in how research and technology can work together in the contemporary art field to help promote a more equitable tomorrow.
This internship is for 15-20 hours a week for a minimum of three months with the option of extension. Hybrid or fully in-person; vaccination required.
- Conduct primary research of past exhibitions, programming, and events to create extensive metadata for archiving purposes.
- Create catalog entries of findings in Airtable, a collection management software.
- Assist in preparation of integrating research into a forthcoming website and how best to formulate findings to tell their stories.
- Research additional digital platforms to present findings to the public.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Excellent organizational & problem solving skills with a keen attention to detail.
- Basic understanding of digital archiving and information technology concepts.
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
- Course work towards Bachelor’s degree in Art, Art History, or relevant field.
- Course work towards Masters degree in Art History, Museum Studies, or relevant field preferred.
- Experience and/or interest in non-profit organizations.
InLiquid is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Philly’s go-to art hub, dedicated to nurturing creative community.
InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists while serving as a free, online public hub for arts information in the Philadelphia area. By providing the public with immediate access to view the portfolios and credentials of over 280 artists and designers via the internet; through meaningful partnerships with other cultural organizations; through community-based activities and exhibitions; and through an extensive online body of timely art information, InLiquid brings to light the richness of our region’s art activity, broadens audiences, and heightens appreciation for all forms of visual culture.