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Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative

We are proud to be a part of the Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative (DAMLI), supported by the Walton Family Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and a private donor. DAMLI at The Warhol creates supportive pathways for young people and emerging leaders from diverse backgrounds to explore and advance in careers in the museum field with hands-on training, mentoring, and ongoing professional development.

We seek diverse junior/senior undergraduates or graduate students for paid summer internships and fellowship positions. Deadline to apply is April 1, 2019. 

For full position descriptions and information on how to apply, contact Jessica Tkach,  

Film and Video Intern
The Film and Video department is looking for an intern in their junior/senior year of their undergraduate degree or a graduate student for a full-time paid ($2,500 stipend) summer internship. The Film and Video department at The Andy Warhol Museum includes a collection of approximately 350 preserved Warhol films, and houses the entire output of Andy Warhol’s work in video that includes more than 4,000 video tapes. The department is preparing for a new exhibition/publication project regarding one of Warhol’s films. The intern will be helping with the preliminary research into related materials such as articles, advertisements, photographs, reviews, production history, biographies, and bibliographies. The intern must have a strong interest in film with some knowledge of audio/visual production.

Program Evaluation and Research Fellowship
We are looking for a graduate level student to work in a part-time, year long, paid ($5,000 stipend) fellowship that will assist with the evaluation and assessment activities of the museum and produce analytical reports in accordance with institutional strategies, policies, procedures, and funder requirements. The fellow with develop and administer surveys, interviews, and other data collection strategies so that they can review, analyze, and report findings on some of the museum’s most important strategic initiatives and programs.