National Gallery of Art Internship
National Gallery of Art Internship offers summer training opportunities for students pursuing careers in the museum industry. The location is the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Students interested in museum careers may choose internships in the conservation, curatorial, design, and education departments. They will work with Gallery professionals from various departments to gain greater knowledge and training for a career within the museum industry.
This internship requires students to be in residence at the Museum from September to May. They will work full-time and receive a stipend. Graduate students may also apply for Graduate Curatorial Internship positions. These internships are for students working on their Ph.D. degrees. They are also required to be in residence and receive a stipend.
The National Gallery of Art opened in 1937. Most of the collections were donated from financier and art collector Andrew W. Mellon. Since then, hundreds of art donations have contributed to the Gallery's collection. The Gallery includes a research center, administrative offices, a library, and an impressive collection of historical drawings and prints.
The location is usually in WASHINGTON D.C.
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