Interns will work at the Noyes Museum at Kramer Hall (Hammonton) and the Arts Garage (Atlantic City). Assignments may include installation and de-installation of exhibitions; researching and writing about artists; working with collection catalogue database; creating exhibition signs and labels; helping plan and run special events; giving gallery tours; helping with marketing; social media; and sales in shop. Students will keep a journal, research and write about Noyes collection artists, create a final visual presentation, and/or other written assignments as required by the faculty sponsor. Faculty: K. Ogden Internships The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University presents exciting exhibitions, cultural events, and innovative programs in the arts. The Museum is currently accepting applications for internship positions in the spring, summer and fall of 2019. These are unpaid positions. Spring and Fall internships are usually arranged for academic credit. Summer internships can be arranged for academic credit or on a volunteer basis. To register for academic credit in the summer, contact a faculty sponsor. Interns work in their area of interest and are offered a chance to make real contributions to the Museum while gaining valuable experience in a dynamic work environment. The Noyes Museum of Art is seeking interns who are energetic, enthusiastic, and self-motivated. Internship Objectives The Museum’s objective is to provide interns with a meaningful educational experience where they can gain firsthand practical knowledge of the museum field and arts administration. This program is structured to provide opportunities to learn about aspects of museum operations, to work on a variety of projects, and to pursue educational goals and career plans.
For credit internships: ARTV 3924-001 – NOYES MUSEUM INTERNSHIP – (4 credits) Prerequisite: Open only to sophomore, junior and senior students Permission of Instructor Required – Contact Prof. Kate Ogden at Kate.Ogden@Stockton.edu (AS225) Arts Course (A).