• Internship Program

Autonomie Projects offers students (preferably undergraduates and graduates) an opportunity to proactively contribute in the planning and programming endeavors at a non-profit arts organization. All internships correspond with the yearly academic calendar and divisions of a school year. Internships can also extend beyond these dates as needed.

The most important aspect of working at Autonomie Projects is networking with an array of artists and curators, as well as understanding the day-to-day operations of running a non-profit gallery. All applicants are welcome to apply, but we greatly advise you to review our line up of contributing collaborators and determine if we fit your general interests in art and  curatorial production. Applicants must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a keen attention to detail, and a willingness to work in a hands-on environment. Interns at Autonomie are guaranteed two days of work every week with a set schedule.  Applicants should inquire about openings in our intern program at


  • ­Internship

Individuals wishing to pursue the arts, development, marketing communications, and arts administration will especially benefit from training in business administration, development, research, marketing communications, and operations. As an intern you will gain hands-on expertise in entrepreneurialism, preparing and installing exhibitions, academic research, grant writing, public relations, registration, artist portfolio development, advertising, marketing, PR, event planning, web design, more.  You will be responsible for working directly with artists, community partners and greeting the general public during openings. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite strongly recommended.


  • Social Media Internship

Social Media Intern will generate, promote, develop and maintain Autonomie Project’s social media platforms. This work includes archiving social media posts, determining best practices and developing various online modes of communication. As an Intern you will generate posts about Autonomie Project’s artist affiliates, programs, sponsors, and regional and national community partners. You will be proficient in communicating developments with artists, curatorial partnerships, exhibitions, and events on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Vimeo and Instagram. Fluency with web and social media platforms is mandatory.  Production of weekly social media reports and staying apprised of exhibitions around town is required.


Applying: Applicants must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a keen attention to detail, and a willingness to work in a hands-on group environment, and take ownership of job function. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Intern (associate) working days are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Send a cover letter, resume and two or three professional/educational references to:


  • Compensation:  Unpaid position. Bonuses maybe offered.


  • Outstanding letters of recommendation will be provided to those who complete their internship.