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ARHT6942 - Art Gallery Internship 2

Semester 2, 2011  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Louise Marshall

Description

Gallery Internship 2 is the second compulsory internship for art curatorship students. Internships are project-based placements of 20 days in an art gallery, museum or other appropriate art organisation in Sydney, Australia or overseas. Internships invite critical reflection on contemporary art curatorial practice, foster the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills and greatly enhance students' employment prospects in the art museum and gallery sector. Projects are supervised by a professional from the host institution and may include curatorial and collection research, exhibition development and installation, assisting in public programs, object conservation or museum registration.

Assessments

1x500-1000wd oral presentation (10%), 1x1000wd project journal (20%), 1x3000wd internship report (40%), 1x workplace supervisor's report (30%)

Classes

2x1-hr introductory seminars, 2-4x1-hr group presentations

Prerequisites

ARHT6923

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