Summer 2019: Glass Quarterly - Student Intern
Apr 16, 2019
Posted in: Internships & scholarships, Journalism internships
Glass: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly is seeking a promising arts journalist for a four-day-a-week editorial internship in our Brooklyn office. This an unpaid position, but good for students seeking internship credit for the Summer 2019 season.
As an intern for GLASS Quarterly, you will be working closely with the editor and managing editor, writing articles for our blog and assisting in administrative work. The job is roughly two-thirds researching stories, conducting interviews, and writing articles which have the potential for publication in our print magazine; and one-third data entry, database maintenance, and performing occasional runs to the post office.
We are happy to work with your university if you are seeking academic credit. Our past interns have ranged from full-time students to those holding graduate degrees in art history and journalism. We continue to support our interns after their tenure with letters of recommendations and writing opportunities.
Glass Quarterly is the magazine of record for glass art. As a part of UrbanGlass -- a nonprofit art center in Brooklyn with a state-of-the-art glass studio, art gallery, and education program -- our magazine has been an important voice in the critical discourse surrounding glass art since its first issue in 1979. Our blog, the Glass Quarterly Hot Sheet (www.glassquarterly.com), provides the art world with the latest information about gallery openings, artist residencies, and awards in the world of glass art, as well as interviews with prominent artists and curators in the field.
Please send us your resume, two samples of your writing, and a cover letter that tells us why you are interested in and qualified for this position. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.