Internship Opportunity: Spring 2022 Internships at The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is now accepting interns for the Spring 2022 session! Join a community of interns to gain professional skills and learn about museum practice. Apply for paid spring internships at The Met in a wide range of department areas. Applications are due September 29, 5 pm (ET). View The Met’s Internships pages for more info.

Online Internship Information Sessions
Friday, September 10, 11–11:45 am (ET)
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Thursday, September 16, 5–5:45 pm (ET)
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Friday, September 17, 12–12:45 pm (ET)
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Free, though advance registration is required

Curious about what interns do at The Met? Wondering what to include in your application? Join a 45-minute virtual information session before the fall application closes on September 29.

New Prefix for Design Courses!

Design courses now have their own prefix! Design courses previously listed as ARTS are now listed as DESN,

This change has caused some issues with Degreeworks for students pursuing a Design major. We are working with the Registrar to resolve this issue. Please be patient, and rest assured that this issue will not interfere with your ability to graduate. Degreeworks is a tool for students, and sadly often confusing. Your entire transcript is reviewed when petitioning for graduation.

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Godwin-Ternbach Event: Curator Talk with Louise Weinberg, “Why Do We Need Photography?”

Join us on Wednesday, July 28th at 7pm for a virtual talk featuring Godwin-Ternbach Museum’s curator and co-director Louise Weinberg.

From x-rays of the body’s interior to the most recent images produced by NASA’s Hubble telescope, photography shows us our world in micro to macro.

Bringing together iconic works from the permanent collection of the Museum with works from other collections including the curator’s own, ‘Why Do We Need Photography?’ serves to remind us of how we describe, commemorate, document, and communicate as human beings.

This program is presented in collaboration with Kupferberg Center for the Arts and with support in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Program is FREE and registrations are required. LINK to register:


Faculty Exhibition: Chris Esposito, “Wall Sandwich”

Our painting professor Chris Esposito will be showing new works at Amos Eno Gallery!

An opening reception will take place Friday, June 18th at the gallery from 6-9 PM in our new location in the center hallway at the 56 Bogart Street in Brooklyn, NY. The solo show presents new work featuring industrial materials at a range of scales, making visible what is regularly invisible in the surrounding environment.


This exhibition shows the artist’s inspiration in dialogue with Gordon Matta-Clark’s practice from the 1970s engaging with New York City’s spaces of decay by highlighting dilapidated buildings and condemned architecture. In these works, Matta-Clark cut into sections of his birth city’s urban landscape to reveal its “anarchitecture.” In Wall Sandwich, Esposito has taken up the mantle of what could be called the “Anti-Matta-Clark” – not because he is operating as the opposite of Matta-Clark, but because his is an intervention that reveals the material composition of these removed sections. Esposito concentrates on the interior and exterior of the walls, the space in between, the endless layers of palimpsest both polished and tarnished. It is a study of the soul of New York City, and as such Esposito takes the matter and material of those Matta-Clark interventional cuts and places this detritus into the context of the white cube contemporary art gallery.

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Residency Opportunity: ProjectArt

About The Residency
ProjectArt is pleased to announce our annual Request for Proposals for our Arts Education and Social Impact Residency. This is an opportunity for visual artists to teach and mentor students virtually or in-person through ProjectArt’s partnership with local libraries from coast to coast. Residents expand their artistic practice, while teaching after-school visual art classes. For the 2021-2022 year, classes, panels, studio visits, and exhibitions will be held either in-person or virtually depending on each library and city’s reopening guidelines.

Each selected artist is assigned to a partner public library branch either in-person or virtually, where they develop a weekly class curriculum covering 30 weeks to instruct and mentor youth ages 4-18. At the same time, in-person or digital library resources are available to develop a new body of work and research.

The residency culminates in a curated group exhibition featuring works by all city-wide residents. It also offers artists panel discussions, paid studio visits, as well as professional development with art-world consultants.

About ProjectArt
ProjectArt is an award-winning, arts education-centered non-profit that serves youth and artists in partnership with the nation’s public libraries. Our model entails tuition-free, after-school art classes to children, and art residencies to emerging artists committed to arts education and social impact.

Prior to the pandemic, ProjectArt classes were held in-person at 43 libraries in NYC, Miami, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, and most recently, Cleveland. Last year, ProjectArt held its programs virtually to assure the safety of our communities nationwide. The 2021-2022 year will consist of both in-person and virtual programming, as we work with our library partners to develop safe reopening strategies.

Application Details
Artists are culturally responsive contemporary artists of all ages and backgrounds chosen by a jury in early summer. Candidates are interviewed and selected in early July.

Resident Role & Teaching Time Commitments
The duration of this residency is nine months from September 2021 through early June 2022.

Fall Semester: September-December 2021 (12 weeks)
Winter/Spring Semester: January- June 2022 (18 weeks)

Residents are required to attend a series of trainings and professional development workshops throughout the year, in addition to three training sessions in early September organized by ProjectArt. Artists also participate in Projectart exhibitions at the end of the winter/spring semester.

Applicant Requirements

  • Must live in the city to which you are applying

  • Prior experience teaching youth ages 4-7, 8-12, 13-18

  • OR a willingness to learn and develop a teaching/mentoring practice

  • Have a developed artistic practice that would benefit from the residency

  • Use of non-hazardous mediums when creating work in the library space (for programs taking place in person)

  • Pass a background check

  • Must feel comfortable using technology to instruct remotely, lesson plan, and communicate.

Applicants may apply here to participate in the residency in the following cities: NYC / Miami / Detroit / Chicago / LA / Pittsburgh / San Francisco / New Orleans / Cleveland

The deadline to apply is June 16th by midnight EST
Interviews will take place in early July.

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