Art Study Center

Internship Program

Greenwich, CT July 10th, 2018

Brant Foundation Internship Program


The Brant Foundation’s Internship Program provides hands-on opportunities for high school and college students, recent graduates and young professionals looking to gain experience working in the arts. Our internship program is unique in that it is designed around the individual’s specific areas of interest, academic background, skill-set, and career goals. Rather than being assigned to a single department or project, interns have the option to focus on a particular area of interest or participate in crossover training across a wide range of responsibilities. The objective of the internship program is to offer motivated individuals the opportunity to learn the professional skills and museum training necessary for a career in the arts.

Areas of focus include: research & writing, art handling, graphic design, educational outreach, social media & marketing, and more!

If you are interested in applying for our internship program, please inquire below.

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Library Science Internship

Internship – Library Science

Description: This is a paid internship for individuals interested in gaining experience with library cataloguing. Interns will assist in processing and maintaining The Brant Foundation’s extraordinary collection of contemporary art books, artist monographs, exhibition catalogues, and periodicals. Interns will learn to work with library cataloging software to take inventory, examine and evaluate materials, create bibliographic records, and produce other necessary documentation for the Foundation’s library. Successful candidates will possess exceptional organizational and computing skills, and a keen sense of attention to detail.

When: Summer/Fall 2018

Where: The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

941 North Street, Greenwich, CT 06831

Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to

Image: Cindy Sherman Untitled Film Still #13 (1978), Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, NY