The Starr Curatorial Internship & the Lynn Warner Curatorial Internship (2 positions), Academic Year 2013-2014
- Stipend: Wage varies annually, approximately $10.00 per hour
- Hours: 10-15 hrs/per week throughout the academic year 2013-2014
- Purpose: To introduce an exceptional Fine Arts major to the curatorial and administrative duties of the museum profession.
- Duties: Work closely with the staff in implementing the exhibition and collection program. The Director of Academic Programs will assign specific projects based upon the needs of the museum and the particular interests of the intern. Training may include: research on exhibitions and collections; developing interpretive materials for exhibitions; and oversight of the Student Loan Collection Program.
- Eligibility: Upcoming Seniors (Art History, Studio, and other majors from relevant disciplines preferred) who are interested in gaining some museum experience and learning about the curatorial field.
- How to apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, list of relevant courses taken to date, and résumé to Nicole Rosenberg, email@example.com, by 5:00 pm on April 12. The cover letter should state why you seek this position and outline your professional goals. Please name a faculty reference.
- Deadline: 5:00 pm on Friday, April 12.
- Other information: Finalists will be interviewed in early May. Candidates will be selected based upon their skills and qualifications, and will be notified by mid-May whether they have been selected.
SCRAM (Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum) is a student group that works closely with the Rose Art Museum to organize events for the Brandeis student body.
Funded through the generous contributions of Mr. Alex Barkas '68 and his wife, Ms. Lynda Wijcik, the goal of this committee is to strengthen the relationship between the Rose and Brandeis students.
SCRAM events expose students to the Rose who may be unfamiliar with the museum as well as provide students with opportunities for more in-depth interaction with the museum and its collection. Additionally, SCRAM serves as the voice of the student body to the Rose Art Museum, communicating student interests and opinions.
Past events include SCRAM JAM (a mixer held after hours in the museum), Yoga in the Rose, live music such as a recent performance by Mykki Blanco and Morri$, and a Fine Arts Career Panel.
Students, if you are interested in being a part of SCRAM or getting SCRAM involved in an event you are planning, please email Director of Academic Programs Dabney Hailey or SCRAM Student Coordinator, Sarah Horn.
To learn more about SCRAM and keep up with events please visit the SCRAM blog.