The Frederick Kiesler Foundation Internship Program is designed to provide experience and exposure to professional work in the Kiesler Foundation environment to undergraduate and graduate students.
Areas of responsibility
Experience and exchange are enriched by the opportunity to work in close contact with the unique legacy of Frederick Kiesler. Under the supervision of the staff members, interns will learn the know-how of administrative and research work and will collaborate actively to the daily activities of the Foundation (press work, exhibitions and lectures). Internships are possible throughout the academic year as well as during the summer.
Advanced studies / MA studies; good computer skills (MS Office, image editing); good command of English in speaking and writing; team spirit as well as interest in archival work!
Three to six months
Remuneration for 20 hours/week – 300 euros/month
At the Frederick Kiesler Foundation interns learn the proper way of dealing with original works on paper, photo documents and plan material, basic terms of scientific management and indexing of an artist’s estate as well as basic archival skills. In addition, you gain insight into digitization and computer-based inventory/collection management. The papers of Frederick Kiesler offer rare insight into four decades of visionary architecture, design and cultural concepts.
Prospective interns are asked to submit an application (statement of motivation, curriculum vitae) to the following email-address: firstname.lastname@example.org