Posted in September, 2011

Student Opportunities

MOMA Spring Internship Program


The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for the Spring Internship Program. The Internship Program provides participants in-depth exposure to the workings of individual departments and practical and theoretical training in museum practices, and acquaints them with the role of museums in contemporary society. Working under the supervision of one of the Museum’s professional staff, interns contribute to timely projects, gain insight into the functions of individual departments, and learn about the Museum’s various collections, exhibitions, and programs for visitors. Internship projects are based on Museum needs and requirements and are assigned to interns with the appropriate skills and interests. This unpaid internship runs from January 24th through April 27th, 2012.

College students (must be at least junior status as of Fall 2011), recent graduates, graduate students, and beginning museum professionals. The Museum encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds and academic disciplines to apply. Spring internships require a minimum commitment of two full days per week, one of which must be Tuesday. The application deadline is October 7, 2011 . For more information on the programs, including eligibility and application instructions, please visit: .

Gal About Town

Patricia Karetzky reviews solo show of Photographer Ken Shung

The Art Space in Germantown NY is hosting a solo show of the photographer Ken Shung.

Please click here for more information:

Ken Shung Exhibition

Student Opportunities

Museum Internship Opportunity

Student Guide Program at the Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum’s Student Guide program trains college and graduate students to lead innovative tours of Brooklyn Museum collections and exhibitions and assist with Museum public programs. Students develop critical-thinking and communication skills while sharing their fresh and diverse perspectives with Museum visitors. During this yearlong commitment, volunteer Student Guides: 1) Receive training from Brooklyn Museum staff in museum education, research techniques, and presentation skills;  2) Work to develop their critical thinking, teaching, and observation skills in gallery-based settings; 3) Research and lead lively discussion-based tours for the general public in the Museum’s permanent collections and special exhibitions; 4) Plan and implement a public program for university students; 5) Assist with and evaluate the Brooklyn Museum’s publiceducational   programming; 6) Serve as student advisers for the Brooklyn Museum’s Education Division.

Student Guides commit between seven and ten hours a week, which includes meetings on Wednesday evenings and Saturdays during the academic year as well as independent research time in the Brooklyn Museum galleries and at other institutions. Meetings begin in early October. This is an unpaid, volunteer position. Academic credit can be arranged. Applications are due by September 28, 2011. For more information or to download applications, visit Please send a copy of your resume with your application. If you have any further questions, please contact: Matthew Branch, Interim Academic Programs Coordinator, Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238, T:718.501.6214 F:718.501.6129
[email protected]

Faculty News

Opening of Patricia Karetzky’s Exhibition

Zhu Jiuyuang

The opening of “In God We Trust: Chinese Christian Contemporary Art” in the Woods on Wednesday, September 1st with a lecture by curator Patricia Karetzky, was amazing. Please click on the link to see images from the event and please visit the show now until September 30, 2011 in the Woods Studio.

In God We Trust Chinese Contemporary Christian Art

Vitrine Project

The Presidential Election of 1912 in Cartoons

Edward W. Kemble, Harper's Weekly, March 30, 1912

Selections from

The Marc H. Miller Collection of
Theodore Roosevelt Cartoons

Charles P. Stevenson Library
Lobby Vitrine

September 14 – October 12, 2011
Opening Reception Wednesday, September 14, 6:00-7:30 pm

For a review of the show please visit:

Notes from the Chair

Collegiate Journal of Art


The Collegiate Journal of Art, the nation’s only undergraduate publication devoted to art history, has published its seventh edition and we have two copies in the office for you to peruse. Published at Dartmouth College, the journal looks to showcase essays that represent a cross section of the mammoth entity that is art history.   Please drop in and take a look.  CJA invites submissions for future issues – why don’t you think about it!   [email protected]