ArtWorks Summer Program Intern
Access Gallery is a nonprofit organization that provides economic and educational
opportunities for people with disabilities through the arts. serves and promotes the
creative power of people with disabilities.
Summer Program Intern will work closely with staff to provide a job training program through the arts for a diverse group of youth with disabilities. The intern will help mentor students, set up classes, and assist with the administration of the program.
Interns will be a contributing member of the creative and collaborative staff with the opportunity to participate in the planning and execution of programs such as artist talks, hands-on workshops, tours and art walks. Interns may choose to focus the internship in the areas of curation, communications, education, or operations.
Arts Administration | Social Justice Intern
This internship is an exceptional opportunity for an intern to work in a unique organization that was organized around anti-racist and social justice principles from the very beginning.
The intern will have the opportunity to learn about several areas of arts and nonprofit administration including development/grants, communications, social media, event planning and implementation, and program planning support.
Museo’s Education Intern is responsible for (but not limited to) assisting in the
planning, preparation, and logistics for Museo’s numerous educational outreach
programs such as Los Jóvenes Leadership Lab, Summer Arts + Culture Camp, and
Art of Cultura Workshops.
The Curatorial Intern will be an integral part of the planning and execution of the Biennial’s
public art exhibitions for the 2022 Cósmico Americas Festival. The Biennial’s annual festival, Cósmico Americas is a free community event that brings people together to celebrate art, culture, and music from the Americas. For the 2022 Cósmico Americas festival, the Biennial will commission two large-scale public art exhibits: one in Triangle Plaza (near Union Station) and one in Civic Center Park. The Curatorial Intern will assist the Biennial team in coordinating with Guest Curators and International Artists working on these exhibits, as well as assisting in the care and maintenance of the pieces that will be on public display.
Marketing and Social Responsibility Intern
Events/community relations internship. This position would entail duties including assisting with the Gardens’ participation in events/programs that promote the organization and SCFD. Support community engagement initiatives – plan, develop, implement and promote programs as needed.
Market research related to the Gardens’ sustainability and/or diversity initiatives and programming.
Assist Program Managers with implementing, teaching, and administering the Open Studio, Family
Arts, Job Training in the Arts & Technology, and Creative Action by Teens programs. There are additional opportunities
for interns to take on special projects in marketing, graphic design, grant-writing, and other areas of interest, as
requested. An intern could also assist with DAVA’s summer youth film program in partnership with the Colorado Film
School, if filmmaking is an area of specialty.
This position is responsible for a variety of operational tasks including customer service, recording/updating information, assisting professional staff with special projects, general office, and clerical duties, and other
duties as assigned. During this summer they should be prepared to assist with the annual auction - including but not limited to organizing online and in-person auctions, requesting items, helping high school interns with the auction process; supporting the summer production both backstage and in
front of the house; supporting the high school internship program, and prepare for 50th Anniversary activities.
Center for the Arts Evergreen is looking for a part-time Curatorial/Events Intern. Founded in
1974, Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) has been a leader in advocacy and support for
visual and performing arts in its surrounding mountain communities by providing programming,
exhibitions, classes, festivals, concerts, and special events to the community. CAE also provides
grants to local art teachers, hosts biweekly happy hour lectures and presentations, and special
programming for adults with memory loss.
Advocacy and Engagement Intern
The position is one of responsibility, social maturity, and kindness. While making friends and building bonds is a bonus of the position, applicants should understand that the position is not intended to be a casual summer job of low energy and limited responsibility. The position hopes to inspire the next generation of performing arts Teaching Artists through active and engaging responsibilities.
Public History Intern
Historic Denver offers hands-on learning experiences to introduce interns to the field of public history through
both outdoor place-based storytelling as well as within a museum setting. This internship offers an opportunity
for students to directly contribute to the professional work of a preservation organization and its flagship
museum property while also undergoing career exploration, personal development, and an opportunity to learn