Announcements

The White House Summer 2010 Internship Program

December 22, 2009

Greetings from the White House Internship Program! The summer 2010 program has been posted, and we encourage students to apply. A complete submission will include an application (with several short answer questions, two essay questions of 300-500 words each, and a one-page resume) and three letters of recommendation.

Sensory Overload

December 8, 2009

Call for Entries
July 7–August 1, 2010

The Corcoran College of Art + Design is pleased to announce our Summer 2010 Juried Exhibition, Sensory Overload. The all-media show will feature artwork that integrates at least two or more of the five senses into a single work or group of artworks, and aims to explore the physiological methods of perception using textures, sight, sounds, smells, and/or tastes.

Internships at the Corcoran for Summer/Fall 2010

December 2, 2009

The Corcoran Gallery of Art offers internships for graduate and undergraduate students. Based on a program of supervised learning, Corcoran internships provide students with an opportunity to learn about museum operations and to pursue academic and professional goals.

Visiting Artist Lecture with Nicole Eisenman

December 2, 2009

Wednesday, December 2, 1:30–3:00 p.m.

Armand Hammer Auditorium, Corcoran College of Art and Design

Free and Open to the Public

Design Intern for The Washington Center

November 24, 2009

POSITION TITLE:                              Design Intern

REPORTS TO:                                     Graphic Designer and Communications Manager

DEPARTMENT:                                  External Affairs

LAST REVISED:                                 June 2008

JOB FUNCTION:

The Design intern will work with the Graphic Designer and the Communications manager to maintain the visual identity of The Washington Center through the design and layout of print, web and promotional materials.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Part Time Employment at Smithsonian for Current Students

November 20, 2009

A limited number of part-time employment opportunities for Gallery Attendants are now available with the Smithsonian Institution Office of Protection Services in Washington, DC.  Flexible hours including weekends.   Gallery Attendants interact with visitors by answering questions, giving directions, providing basic instructions on security regulations, and maintaining surveillance of gallery safety.

To be considered, college students must send a resume, current transcript, and letter from the university or college confirming current enrollment by December 11, 2009.

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