We offer an intensive Internship Program that provides a one of a kind experience to both undergraduate (Junior and Senior year) and graduate students in the Metro Atlanta area. The ZuCot team will guide you through the business of the art world in terms of exhibitions, sales, management, marketing, and development. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to gain knowledge of fine art gallery operations and assist on projects and tasks that are directly beneficial to increasing your skillsets. Our program is catered to each individual interns goals and skills and we seek to enhance what you already know and help you grow while you're apart of the team.
CURRENTLY: 2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE for Winter/Sprinf 2018
TO APPLY PLEASE EMAIL INFO@ZUCOTGALLERY.COM
Subject Line: ZuCot Gallery Internship Position (Semester/Year you would like to Intern)
Please include a cover letter explaining why you would like to intern with us and a current resumé.
Current graduate research student at Georgia State University’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department focuses on the intersection of social justice, feminism, and the arts, as well as Black feminist perspectives in Art History. My current work aims to integrate feminist perspectives and goals into the production, reception, and exhibition of art.
As an Intern, I've combined my experience in advocacy and art history with the arts to support ZuCot with a commitment to using the arts as a vehicle of personal moral and social expression.
I've thoroughly enjoyed my time as an intern at ZuCot. Interacting with people who are passionate about art, like myself, has been a priceless experience. I feel like I learn something new everyday; whether I'm packaging art for a client, scheduling social media posts, or conversing with the gallery artists, I know I'm acquiring knowledge that I can carry with me in all my future endeavors! Currently attending Georgia State University as an Art Major.
My experience at ZuCot was inspiring. It has motivated me and continues to motivate me to pursue my career in art and design. I have learned skills that I cold not learn at school or from my parents. Overall, it was a phenomenal experience. Currently attending University of Southern California.