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Curatorial Internships

Recognizing the importance of early career exposure to prints, the IFPDA Foundation aims to empower print curators to cultivate the next generation of scholars, curators, dealers, and specialists in the field of fine prints. 

Each year, the IFPDA Foundation funds curatorial internships in museum print collections. Host institutions are awarded funding based on their ability to provide an intern with object-based experience in the collection under the guidance of one or more experienced print specialists. More information can be found in the Guidelines

Applications for 2024 are now closed.

2024

ELEANOR D. WILSON MUSEUM AT HOLLINS UNIVERSITY

Intern: TBA

2024

FLINT INSTITUE OF ARTS

Intern: TBA

2024

THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON

Intern: TBA

2023

KRANNERT ART MUSEUM

Intern: tba

2024

ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM

Intern: TBA

2024

CEDAR RAPIDS MUSEUM OF ART

Intern: TBA

2023

ELEANOR D. WILSON MUSEUM AT HOLLINS UNIVERSITY

Intern: Andre Favela

2023

THE BLANTON MUSEUM OF ART

Intern: Julia Cohen

2024

SHELDON SWOPE ART MUSEUM

Intern: TBA

2024

WEISMAN ART MUSEUM

Intern: TBA

2023

GRINNELL COLLEGE MUSEUM OF ART

Intern: Melena Johnson

2023

RISD MUSEUM

Intern: Gabrielle Patrone

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