Krannert Art Museum is delighted to announce internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students who would like to gain experience in curatorial practice at the University of Illinois.
For KAM Curatorial Internships, applying students must work with a faculty member or academic advisor in the student's discipline, in addition to a KAM curator.
The faculty member or advisor will authorize and assist the student, enrolling them in independent study (or similar credit-earning course) for either 2 or 3 credit hours, during which the student will intern at KAM.
A KAM curator will be responsible for overseeing and evaluating the student’s work at the museum, and the advisor will ensure the student receives proper course credit. The curator will assign a letter grade at the end of the internship.
Specific projects may include:
Students may apply for Fall 2018 internships by filling out the KAM Curatorial Internship Application (download from this page, top left).
Please note the application components include: a) 500-word statement/cover letter; b) a resume; and c) a letter of recommendation. Applications should be emailed to the Senior Curator, following the directions in the application.
Application deadline: August 13, 2018