Fulton County Public Art

New Horizon

"New Horizon"

Palmer, 2000.

Work With Us!

The Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture (FCAC) is pleased to invite interested college students and professionals in transition to participate in the FCAC Internship Program.  Participants must be a student at an accredited college or university, or a professional-in-transition.  We encourage applicants with a background or interest in the fields of Arts Administration, Studio Arts, Public Art, Performing Arts, or Arts Education to apply.

Internships are offered at our five art centers: Abernathy Arts Center, Aviation Community Cultural Center, South Fulton Arts Center, Southwest Arts Center, West End Performing Arts Center, as well as the Contracts for Services program (CFS) and the Public Art program. Each program or facility offers different entry-level professional experiences in the arts.

Interns will aid the FCAC staff with program planning and implementation, education programming, and become familiar with the everyday responsibilities of arts administration. Interns may also assist with a variety of projects and activities including contract and awards processing, studio operations, public art commissioning and fabrication, conservation and care of our art collection, performing arts events, and assisting with arts class instruction and event coordination. Internships may be modified to suit the skills and interests of the intern and the requirements of FCAC. An ongoing research project may also be assigned. These are unpaid internships. Students may undertake internships for academic credit, but it is not required.

Applications for the Winter and Spring sessions are currently being accepted. The deadline for Winter Applications is January 20, 2017 and the deadline for Spring applications is February 3, 2017.

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