Note: Sorry, we are currently not hiring interns. If you submit an application, we may not be able to respond personally to your submission. Thank you.
USArtBerlin is looking for energetic, curious and hardworking interns who can work a flexible schedule (approximately 10 hours a week), who are interested in the artistic fields (contemporary visual arts, performing arts, creative writing, music, related writing/theory/critique, curation, and non-for-profit exhibition spaces) in Berlin and abroad. Are you able to work at least a summer or a semester’s length of time? The internship may be extended.
We are willing to work with any upper-level college student. Majors which would best fit the internship include: Art History, Studio Art, Performing Arts, Cultural Management, Arts Administration, but we are open to others who may be interested in non-profit. We are a non-profit organization which cannot pay a substantial stipend to our interns. We are affiliated with, but independent from the US Embassy and are fiscally responsible for ourselves. We can most likely arrange college credit and a BVG monthly transportation card. We can also write letters of support as well so that you can find possible funding. There are many opportunities to receive excellent practical experience including working with a great experienced team of professional American artists and cultural workers based in Berlin.
If you are interested in an internship with USArtBerlin, please send your completed application form, CV, and and letter of interest with the subject line: internship to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your letter of interest can highlight related experience in administration, non-profit organization, cultural management, or any art field – any related skills (like languages, internet, computer, etc.) a CV, and any recommendation letters. You may also provide us with references in lieu of letters.
USArtBerlin is an independent artist-run initiative affiliated with the Public Affairs Section of the U.S . Embassy. Our goals: to foster, maintain, and sustain a network of creative communities among U.S. artists and cultural workers (those involved in contemporary visual arts, performing arts, creative writing, music, related writing/theory/critique/journalism, curation, and non- & for-profit exhibition spaces) living and working in Berlin; to encourage and support cultural exchange between its members, friends, and the city of Berlin; to develop and maintain links with relevant governmental institutions, philanthropic and commercial entities, and similar networks in the U.S. for the benefit of members; to advocate for and practice responsible volunteerism and philanthropy, both locally and in the U.S.; and to seek and secure self-sustainability for the American creative community in Berlin.