Students have the opportunity to work for the VRC in a variety of capacities, including digitization, research, and curation. Openings are usually posted on Handshake at the beginning or end of a semester. In most cases, students commit to working 5 to 10 hours per week.
The curatorial internship allows students to curate an exhibition of their design, using objects in the Blick-Harris Study Collection and the exhibition spaces in the Department of Art History and the Visual Resources Center.
Visit this page to find internship opportunities at museums and other arts institutions, as well as summer programs available to undergraduates.
Looking for an outlet where you can present or publish your research? Take a look at these opportunities.
Banner Image: detail from Guang-Yi WANG 王广义, Great Criticism – Tang 大批判 – 果珍, 1991. Zhou Yan Contemporary Chinese Art Archive. https://digital.kenyon.edu/zhou/284/