The Sculpture Center’s Summer Intern Team has started. Throughout the period, these students will be gaining valuable experience and making lasting contributions in the not-for-profit gallery’s digital communications and the Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory.
Congratulations to the following selected interns: Gabe Schneier (sculpture major at Oberlin College), Madison Reep (Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Arts Intern and sculpture major at Cleveland State University), Kyle Mountcastle (digital media and video production major at John Carroll University), and Joey Powell (Videography Arts Intern and film major at Cleveland State University). Interning at The Sculpture Center gives an in depth exposure to the complexities and rewards of managing a small arts institution, and The Sculpture Center is excited to see what the team will accomplish over the next few weeks.
The Sculpture Center is also proud to announce that its former Arts Intern and work study student, J.P. Peralta (art history and theatre major at Case Western Reserve University) is a recipient of the Warshawsky Fellowship, a prestigious summer fellowship for undergraduates at the Cleveland Museum of Art, which is only granted to the nation’s top art history majors. J.P. has been expanding and improving the Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory for the past year.
The Sculpture Center’s Summer Interns answered a formal call for interns placed in the spring of 2018. Learn More about internship, work-study, and volunteer opportunities available throughout the year at The Sculpture Center. The Arts Interns were graciously funded by the Studio Institute of New York’s Arts Intern Program, which provides opportunities for college undergraduates to learn about nonprofit arts professions through internships in museums and cultural institutions.