North Atlantic Internship

Rosamunde Bordo, a recent graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, was one of TIMA’s two successive North Atlantic interns during the summer of 2016. Each spent two months working with TIMA. Rosamunde is shown in our StudioWorks facility.


NORTH ATLANTIC SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2017: A summer internship at the Tides Institute & Museum of Art to assist with program objectives of small museum/cultural non-profit located in the waterfront community of Eastport, Maine.

Interns selected to be part of the Institute’s North Atlantic Internship Program gain experience assisting staff members with program development, community outreach efforts, public relations/marketing initiatives, database projects (collections management, event listings, digital media editing), social media updates (Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram), staffing the gallery and special events, assisting with exhibition installations, and providing support to artists-in-residence.

Housing is provided. Interns are paid an hourly minimum wage and are expected to work 30-40 hours per week, Tuesday – Sunday. A vehicle is not required.

Candidates may be enrolled in a degree program or may be recent graduates. Those currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program will ideally be a junior or senior in the 2016-2017 school year.

Candidates must have a field of interest or study that relates to the mission of the Tides Institute & Museum of Art.

2014: Bonnie Kissinger, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
2015: Eli Sobel, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland.
2016: Rosamunde Bordo, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada;
Lanie Nowak, Parsons Paris, Paris, France.

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