CAM and Graphicstudio Undergraduate Internships
The IRA is pleased to accept a limited number of students to intern each semester at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) and Graphicstudio (GS). Internships are competitive.
USF School of Art and Art History students who are fulfilling their extended studies requirement for graduation are given priority. Students should contact their academic advisor regarding their individual requirements.
Internship Application Information
Send a resume, brief letter of interest, completed Internship Application Form, and 10 images for studio majors / pdf of paper for art history majors. Non-art majors submit letter of interest, resume, and completed Internship Application Form. Email all materials and use "Internship" in Subject line to either: Alexa Favata, Contemporary Art Museum or Noel Smith, Graphicstudio. Faculty will contact you for an interview.
Upcoming deadlines by semester:
2017 Spring - Deadline October 15, 2016
2017 Summer A, B, and C - Deadline March 15, 2017
2017 Fall - Deadline June 15, 2017
Art in Health Internships
The USF Contemporary Art Museumís Art In Health program has two internship opportunities for qualified art students during Fall 2016. Sessions are scheduled one half day per week (roughly 3.5 hours), August 29th - December 2nd.
Interns will actively utilize art processes within a professional healthcare clinic setting with clients, speech-language pathology graduate students and faculty. The clinic is located on campus. Applicants must be advanced students with:
- Solid visual arts skills in one or more media and comfort with basic drawing
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong interest in gaining experience in working with the arts in healthcare or teaching profession settings
- Openness to working in a collaborative and mentored environment
To Apply: Applicants must interview; provide a resume; provide names and contact info for three references (two from USF faculty); and send via email or link 10 images of portfolio work.
Review of applicants begins May 4 and continues until filled.
Email materials or questions to Dolores Coe, Art In Health Studio Instructor and Arts at the Clinic Program Coordinator at email@example.com
Arts at the Clinic is a project of the USF Contemporary Art Museum's Art in Health Program.
Graphicstudio Research Partners Program
Contributions to the Graphicstudio Research Partners Program provide critical funding for the support of artist residencies for collaborative research and the production of innovative artworks. Graphicstudio, founded in 1968 as a non-profit, university-based, art making facility, remains committed to aesthetic and technical research in the visual arts. Leading artists are invited to work in Graphicstudio’s state-of-the-art studios in collaboration with expert artisans to create works on paper including lithographs, etchings, photogravures, digital prints, and books and sculpture multiples in a variety of materials.
In recognition of its excellence, The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., has acquired and maintains an archive of Graphicstudio editions. Graphicstudio’s productions are also collected across the world by leading museums and collectors such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Israel Museum and Mamco, Geneva, among others.
In recognition of their participation with a contribution of $7,000 (annually), Research Partners receive six offerings of artworks that may be purchased for an ‘at cost’ fee (the cost of production) of $500 each (plus tax if applicable). The initial contribution of ($7,000) plus the cost of all six projects ($3,000) brings the total to $10,000 plus Florida sales tax (if applicable).
This program is an opportunity to create a collection or add depth to an existing one while supporting Graphicstudio’s continuing research mission.
Graphicstudio Research Partners Benefits
In addition to the six offerings of artworks, Partners also receive:
- Up to 30% discount on select Graphicstudio productions.
- At cost archival packaging for long-term storage of artworks upon request.
- VIP Invitations to lectures by curators, scholars and Graphicstudio artists.
- Exclusive previews and events at Graphicstudio and the USF Contemporary Art Museum.
Research Partners Availability
The number of Partners is limited to 30. Renewals are offered to current supporters on a first right of refusal. If a current member chooses not to renew their participation, a letter of invitation is sent to the next individual on the waiting list.
For more information on the Graphicstudio Research Partners Program, contact Kristin Soderqvist at (813) 974-3503.
USFCAM Corporate Partnership Program
Corporate members of the USF Contemporary Art Museum are eligible to participate in our Corporate Art Bank Loan Program. Selected works from the University of South Florida art collection or exhibitions curated for other venues are made available to corporate partners on long-term loan for exhibition.
For more information on becoming a USFCAM Corporate Partner, contact Peter Foe at (813) 974-4332.
National Endowment for the Arts
State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, Florida Council on Arts and Culture
Arts Council of Hillsborough County, Board of County Commissioners
Carlton Fields Jorden Burt
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
Knox Family Foundation
Lee & Victor Leavengood Trust
Raymond James Financial
The Tampa Tribune
Time Warner Communications
Time Customer Service, Inc.
Tower Realty Partners / Feldman Equities
The Wilson Company
Burr & Forman LLP
Bajo | Cuva | Cohen | Turkel
The Gobioff Foundation
The Frank E. Duckwall Foundation
USFCAM Art for Community Engagement (ACE) Fund Patrons: Allison and Robbie Adams, Francesca and Richard Forsyth, Courtney and Jason Kuhn, Sharmila and Vivek Seth, the Stanton Storer Embrace The Arts Foundation, and the Frank E. Duckwall Foundation.