Inventory Intern The summer Inventory Intern will concentrate on editing and updating the Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory (OOSI), which currently holds over 1,200 catalogued sculptures. During the course of the summer, the Intern will learn how to revise and add to the online content management system. After becoming familiar with OMEKA 2, the intern will choose an area of specialized research within the outdoor inventory.
The intern will conduct in-depth research on a type of sculpture in the OOSI (ex: war memorials, historical figures, etc.), which will identify information on the specific sculptures as they related to their chosen category. The intern will then develop an interpretative informational tour based on this information.
Editing, updating, and adding to the Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory (OOSI), held on our online content management system, OMEKA 2
Conducting in-depth research on a certain type of sculpture in the OOSI
Developing a walking/driving tour of the group of sculptures on which the student is conducting their research
Writing short, engaging art historical bursts for each sculpture’s online item page
Qualifications The successful candidate is a proficient photographer, photo editor, and interpretative writer. S/he is eager to learn new CMS skills and develop exciting, historical content. Preference will go to students with a background in art or art history. Application To apply for this position, please send all required information listed under "How to Apply" to Ann Albano, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Arts Intern” in the subject line.