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Education Programs Internship

Education Programs Internship

Art League Houston

Summary of Position

Art League Houston (ALH) is seeking an Education Programs intern to assist in all education and outreach endeavors. This internship opportunity is ideal for those interested in going into arts education or those who want to gain experience working at a non-profit arts space. The intern will help with education programs, such as the Art League School (assist with creating the quarterly catalog of classes, delivery of catalog to local businesses, take student registrations) and Healing Art program and will also assist with outreach programs, such as ArtBound! artist residencies and Bayou City Art Festival (downtown and memorial park). The internship duration is flexible, however, a minimum three month commitment is required.

Required Qualifications

-Background in visual arts, education, and/or art history.

-Attention to detail and strong organizational, writing, and computer skills required.

-Creative thinker

-Ability to work independently

-Comfortable interacting with teachers, artists, and the general public

-Experience using Microsoft Office

-Must be able to commit to 7-14 hours a week. Flexible schedule based on availability.

About Art League Houston

Art League Houston (ALH) was founded in 1948 and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1953. Each season, ALH presents contemporary art in a variety of media in its gallery spaces and outdoor sculpture garden. Founded in 1968, the Art League School offers a variety of classes for both the professional and novice student. Classes include printmaking, jewelry, painting in a variety of media and styles, drawing, and collage. In 1983, Art League Houston created the Texas Artist of the Year award as a dynamic annual project documenting Texas art history. Past honorees include Joseph Havel, Keith Carter, Melissa Miller, Dixie Friend Gay, Al Souza, Luis Jimenez, Lucas Johnson, Sharon Kopriva, Bert L. Long, Jr., Jesús Moroles, and Dr. John Biggers. ALH’s 2013 Texas Artist of the Year is Rachel Hecker. ALH also contributes to the community through outreach and education initiatives. Its Healing Art program, established in 1991, provides free weekly art classes for adults living with chronic illness and/or physical disabilities.

In 2007, ALH built a new facility on its existing site on Montrose Blvd. The new building, with additional gallery and studio space, has meant that ALH can offer more programming to the community than in past years. In addition, the new facility has an on-site coffee house leased to Inversion Coffee House and an attractive outdoor patio, which serves as a meeting place for ALH students and visitors. ALH implements programming for youth and families. It provides life drawing classes for high school students, free art workshops for families, and art residencies in H.I.S.D. Title I schools. In 2010, ALH initiated affordable Summer for children ages 5-12.


This is an unpaid internship, however, may be completed for course credit.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to:

Zachary Gresham

Education Programs Director

Art League Houston

1953 Montrose Blvd.

Houston, Texas 77006

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