Social Justice Residency Intern This summer the intern will work with the museum's Education and Public Engagement team to support the annual Social Justice artist residency and exhibition. This year's exhibition will feature work by artist Paul Ramírez Jonas, who is known for creating art that explores the social contract between art and public. His summer residency will investigate how the public determines value in terms of trust, access, and belonging.
Developing and preparing the exhibition before the July launch
Supporting all residency related programs and events (e.g. video documentation, crowd control, set-up/breakdown)
Conducting focused independent research on related themes, which will lead to the student guiding a recurring tour
Cataloguing and archiving media assets
Working on the Teen Apprenticeship Program
Qualifications The Social Justice Intern must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Final Cut Pro (or similar non-linear video editing software). S/he has a demonstrated interest in contemporary art and social justice work. Preference will be given to students studying visual art, or art history, with an interest in social justice.