Laurice Shern 2013 Internship Program

The Laurice L. Shern 2013 Internship Program provides financial assistance to students in good standing who participate in the college’s internship program offered through the ’68 Center for Career Exploration. Preference is given to qualifying students who show curiosity, creativity, and talent in the field of Visual Arts in and outside the classroom.

Sarah Ling ’24

Sarah Ling in Ireland.

National University of Ireland, CÚRAM, Ireland CÚRAM is a part of the National University of Ireland, Galway, and focuses on developing innovative devices for biomedical purposes. Ireland is an up-and-coming center for biomedical technologies, and the University plays a pivotal role in Ireland’s growing reputation as a biotech hub. The… Continue reading »

Molly Spencer ’24

Molly Spencer with Barbara Prey '79.

Barbara Prey Projects, Port Clyde, ME Barbara Prey Projects is an independently owned and operated gallery based in Port Clyde, Maine, that exhibits the work of renowned painter Barbara Ernst Prey, whose work is featured in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the… Continue reading »

Seyi Olaose ’22

ESTRELLA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY This summer, I worked as a Gallery Assistant for a small up-and-
coming gallery originally located in Brooklyn, called the ESTRELLA Gallery. During the internship, my responsibilities included helping the Gallery Director with day to day tasks, completing projects throughout the week, and working with another intern… Continue reading »

Ruby Gary ’23

Ruby Gary '23 kayaking

Carter County Museum, Ekalaka, MT This summer, I was a virtual intern with the Carter County Museum (CCM) in Ekalaka, Montana. Ekalaka is a tiny old ranching town in southeastern Montana, wielding a population of 350. The Carter County Museum is a natural history museum that focuses on the… Continue reading »

Emma Larson ’21

Selfie of Emma Larson '21

The Wende Museum, Culver City, CA My work this summer as a Collections Intern for the Wende Museum of the Cold War was a truly incredible experience. Indeed, I am so, so thankful that despite all of the challenges that this summer threw our way, my supervisors and I were… Continue reading »

Javier Robelo ’22

Javier Robelo '22 on laptop

TOSS, Morganton, NC This summer I had the wonderful opportunity of interning at The Old School Studio (TOSS), an art studio located in Morganton, North Carolina. I was drawn to this internship due to my previous interest in art education and my commitment to exploring art-making as a vehicle… Continue reading »

Leah Rosenfeld ’20

Leah Rosenfeld – Photo2

David Tunick, Inc., New York, NY Albrecht Dürer’s, The Beast With Two Horns Like a Lamb. Three months ago, I entered David Tunick, Inc. in the Upper East Side of Manhattan for the first time. Unsure of my specific role in the art gallery, but excited to be working… Continue reading »

Amina Awad ’18

Standing next to a clam shell engraved with seven different types of Quranic calligraphy at the Aga Khan Permanent Collection Gallery.

Aga Khan Museum, Canada The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada, is the first museum in North America that is dedicated to presenting the artistic, intellectual, and scientific heritage of Muslim civilizations. Through education, research, and artistic collaboration, the Museum aims to foster a greater understanding and appreciation of the… Continue reading »

Leah Rosenfeld ’20

Our team at the Children’s Center posing in front of a rainbow recycled bottle cap mural in the classroom.

Williams College Children’s Center, Williamstown, MA Our team at the Children’s Center posing in front of a rainbow recycled bottle cap mural in the classroom. This summer I worked as a student teacher at the Williams College Children’s Center. I spent the internship in one classroom with the… Continue reading »