- Academic English Studies (ESL)
- Asian Studies
- Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
- Environmental Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Exploration and Discovery
- French Studies
- Gender Studies
- German Studies
- Health Professions
- Hispanic Studies
- International Affairs
- Latin American Studies
- Mathematics/Computer Science
- Political Economy
- Political Science
- Religious Studies
- Rhetoric and Media Studies (formerly Communication)
- Sociology and Anthropology
- World Languages
In this fast-paced, hands-on internship successful candidates will work in one or more of several education department programmatic areas, including summer camps, family programs and activities, special events, and adult programming. Interns will work as camp counselors, assist with planning, set up, and execution of special day and evening events, and work in the family activity center. Interns also may conduct research, fill in as exhibition guides, and perform other duties as assigned. Expect some long days, significant logistical work in preparation for events and on-going public interaction.
Experience and Skills: Experience working with children in academic or informal learning environments - school, camps, museums, etc. — required. CPR/first aid certification a plus. Candidates must be comfortable working with diverse publics.Friendly, can-do attitude necessary with good time management skills to juggle multiple responsibilities. Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively within the education department and with staff from across the museum
Rising senior or 2012 college graduate. Academic experience in studio art, art history, education, museum studies or similar. Valid driver’s license to operate Museum vehicles, required. Ability to lift 35 lbs; ability to walk and stand for significant periods of time.
Stipend of $2,000 plus housing at the Museum’s historic Brickhouse located two miles from the Museum campus.
To apply send brief cover letter, resume, two references, one letter of recommendation, and a list of relevant courses, grades, and overall GPA. Address application materials to Megan Zinner, HR, Shelburne Museum, P.O. Box 10, Shelburne, VT, 05482. Application materials and questions can be emailed to
2011 Jean-Claude Reynal Scholarship
A 10,000 EUR grant awarded to a young artist for studies abroad
The Jean-Claude Reynal Foundation, under the auspices of the Foundation of France, in collaboration with the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux, offers an annual grant of 10,000 EUR to enable a young artist, who works directly on paper, to travel to a country of his/her choice for a period of 6 months maximum.
Candidates must be between 20 and 30 years of age and have had an artistic practice on paper for at least two years. All artists are eligible regardless of educational background or nationality.
50% of the scholarship money will be paid before departure and 50% at the time and place of the residency.
The prize winner authorizes the Reynal Foundation to use a work of his/her choice on the media announcing the following year’s scholarship competition. The chosen work will be approved by the executive committee.
Modalities of participation
Registration only online on
that allows to:
1. fill in the application form (studies, curriculum, travel project);
2. upload your portfolio as a PDF or PowerPoint file, or as a zipped folder (maximum filesize: 10 MB).
Deadline for online registration: 15th of November 2011.
A first examination and selection will take place in the beginning of December.
The selected artists will have to send three original works on paper (drawings or prints of all kinds), the dimensions of which must not exceed 40 Ã— 60 cm (15-Â¾ Ã— 23-â… in.).
Works must be sent or hand-delivered no later than the 15th of January 2012 to:
Ã‰cole des beaux-arts de Bordeaux
7 rue des Beaux-Arts
33800 Bordeaux cedex
+33 (0)”‰5 56 33 49 13
Henry Moore Institute
Research Fellowships (2012”“2013)
Call for applications
The Henry Moore Institute is a world-recognised centre for the study of sculpture in the heart of Leeds. An award-winning exhibitions venue, research centre, library and sculpture archive, the Institute hosts a year-round programme of exhibitions, conferences and lectures, as well as developing research and publications, to expand the understanding and scholarship of historical and contemporary sculpture.
The Institute is a part of The Henry Moore Foundation, set up by the sculptor Henry Moore (1898”“1986) in 1977 to encourage appreciation of the visual arts, especially sculpture.
Research is central to the activities of the Institute. Through it, we aim to encourage research into sculpture both within our walls and without, acting as a hub to develop communities of research. Each year we offer a number of fellowships, enabling researchers of different backgrounds and disciplines to develop their work at the Institute.
The Henry Moore Institute invites applications for the following fellowship programmes in 2012”“2013:
Research Fellowships are intended for artists, scholars and curators, working on historic and contemporary sculpture using the Institute’s library, archive of sculptors’ papers and the collection of Leeds Art Gallery. Up to four fellows will be given the opportunity to spend a month in Leeds to develop their own research. With access to our resources and an on-going dialogue with the Institute staff, fellows are free to pursue their own interests in a supportive and stimulating environment.
Senior Fellowships are intended to give established scholars (working on any aspect of sculpture) time and space to develop a research project free from their usual work commitments. Up to two senior fellowships, for periods of between four to six weeks will be offered.
Both fellowships provide accommodation, travel expenses and a per diem. The Institute offers the possibility of presenting finished research in published form, as a seminar, or as a small exhibition.
For more information on the Henry Moore Institute research fellowships visit: www.henry-moore.org/hmi/research
For further information or to apply for a fellowship contact:
Kirstie Gregory ”“ Research Programme Assistant
Henry Moore Institute, The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AH.
T: + 44 (0) 113 246 7467
To apply for either fellowship send a letter of application, a proposal and a CV by 9 January 2012.