Internship Opportunity: 3D Visualization Intern, Tesla Motors, Hawthorne CA

The Role

Tesla Design conceives vehicle and other products that directly support the company’s mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.  We care greatly about building products that stand the test of time, even as design and technology keep evolving.  The visualization team supports the creative process and Tesla’s global presence, delivering computer generated assets to diverse departments.

You will create computer generated imagery for Tesla programs. Primary tasks will involve maintaining vehicle master files of 3D data on all vehicles for use in real-time review sessions, assisting and researching in use of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies for digital design reviews, and other visualization tasks such as still imagery creation.

Responsibilities

  • Maintaining “virtual garage” master files for real-time reviews.
  • Still imagery creation.
  • Shading / Lighting / Texturing.
  • Compositing / Post-processing.
  • Rigging mechanical systems.
  • Animating cameras / vehicles.
  • Interfacing with design, engineering, web, stores and manufacturing to provide visualization solutions.
  • Supporting existing projects with new additions and edits.
  • Working with digital content creation tools including VRED, Deltagen, or Maya.
  • Utilize knowledge of computer graphics theory and concepts.
  • Learning new tools and exchanging knowledge.
  • Creating automotive centric imagery such as stills, real-time vehicle representations, and animations.

Requirements:

  • Currently working towards a BS, MS, or advanced degree in a relevant program.
  • You must be self-managed and committed to working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Hands-on experience is a must.
  • Professional and positive communication skills.
  • Previous internship and/or project experience is a plus.
  • Ability to relocate or commute to Hawthorne, CA.

Link: https://www.tesla.com/careers/job/intern-3dvisualization-50839

Paid Internship Opportunity: Research & Archive Summer Intern, Pace Gallery, NYC

Description

Pace gallery is seeking Interns to join our Research & Archives Department for the summer to assist with a variety of library and archive related projects. The two internship positions are ideal for students enrolled in an accredited Master’s Degree program in Library & Information Science who are seeking to further their experience and skills, and gain insight into the inner workings of a modern contemporary gallery. LIBRARY INTERN Our ideal candidate will have taken course work, or have prior experience, in original and copy cataloging, as well as familiarity with AACR2, RDA and current cataloging practices. The Library intern will be specifically tasked with: • Researching and compiling artist exhibition history and bibliographies • Administrative tasks as assigned by the department ARCHIVE INTERN This internship requires prior experience, or familiarity, with PC based image scanning and editing software, and familiarity with archive based database programs. Specific tasks will relate to: • Digitizing records according to established protocols • Entering data into archival management system • Researching and record metadata • Reviewing records and scans for quality control Both internship positions require a commitment of two (2) full days a week through the end of summer. We are looking for individuals who are driven, self-motivated, detail-oriented, and who are able to work both independently and collaboratively with a team. Candidates should have a thorough knowledge of basic library service and archival principles; bibliographic research and cataloging, have digitization experience, and have knowledge archival processing and organization. An active interest in modern and contemporary art is also helpful.


Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Please note these are two separate intern positions, although, candidates may submit one application for both. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@pacegallery.com, with ‘Pace R&A intern’ as the subject line. Please specify which internship you would like to be considered for. Pace is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, Veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

Link: https://www.nyfa.org/Jobs/Show/39b78d99-fe5f-49f0-a507-0af0ea5c3c0c

Paid Internship Opportunity (2 positions): Fisher Fine Arts Library, University of Pennsylvania

Fisher Fine Arts Library Intern

Availability: Accepting Applications. 2 positions available.
Start Date: June 1, 2017
Job Title: Fisher Fine Arts Library Intern
Hours: 15 hours per week, including some weekend and evening hours.
Salary: $15/hr.

Overview:
The Teaching, Research, and Learning (TRL) division of Penn Libraries provides research, instructional, and technology support to members of the Penn community and the general public. The Fisher Fine Arts Library is part of TRL and focuses its support on the History of Art department and PennDesign school (comprised of architecture, fine arts, landscape architecture, historic preservation, city and regional planning, and urban studies disciplines). The Fine Arts Library Intern will facilitate access to and discoverability of lesser-known parts of the collection by assisting in collection analysis and development, engaging in digitization and metadata initiatives, and promoting the library on social media.

Responsibilities:
The Fisher Fine Arts Library Intern will be responsible for identifying parts of the arts and design collections for digitization, promotion, and development. This will include surveying the Fisher’s rare and specialized collections; investigating collection development needs; and focusing on parts of the collection that should be digitized and described in Shared Shelf, a digital asset management system. By extension, the intern will improve internal Shared Shelf documentation, as well as external guides on image rights and use. In order to promote the library’s collections, spaces, and programs, the intern will be responsible for posting regularly to the library’s social media account.

In addition to the responsibilities above, the intern will provide online and in-person reference assistance at the Van Pelt Dietrich-Library Center’s public services hub, and participate in a wider program to teach bibliographic instruction to first-year students at Penn.

Requirements:
This position is intended for current students in an ALA-accredited graduate program in library/information science. Strong academic background and public service orientation. Ability to learn quickly, work independently, and face new and unexpected questions on a regular basis. Our extensive training program leads us to ask for a one-year commitment.

Preferred Experience:
Experience handling rare book and special collections materials; familiarity with metadata schema and standards; reading knowledge of at least one other language; background in arts or design discipline.

To apply, please submit a resume and letter of interest to:
Patricia Guardiola
pguar@upenn.edu
Use subject line “Fisher Fine Arts Library Internship.”

The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

 

Original link: http://www.library.upenn.edu/hr/internship/fisherfineartsintern.html

Paid Internship Opportunity: Modern and Contemporary Editions and Photographs Intern, Phillips Auctioneers, NYC

Description

TWO MONTH INTERNSHIP – Phillips is currently seeking an organized and motivated individual to fill a fixed-term, four-month internship in the Editions and Photographs departments, beginning January 3rd, 2017. Based in our New York Headquarters at 450 Park Avenue, the primary focus of the internship will be to gain insight into the day to day operations of a successful international auction house. We welcome candidates with a specific interest Editions and Photographs. Interns will have a chance to be trained in Phillips’ systems and research procedures in order to directly contribute to the department throughout an entire sale cycle. By assisting in our spring sales—Editions and Photographs Day and Evening Sales —successful applicants will benefit from this unique opportunity for professional development through hands-on experience in the art industry. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The intern will have the opportunity to assist the department at every level in the following ways: • Aid with organizational tasks to help each sale administrator leading up to sale deadlines • Work closely with Specialists on research projects on specific collections and works of art • Prepare materials for catalogue layout and assist with catalogue production for each sale • Compile data into appraisals and proposals to assist with business-getting • Record sale results for Phillips sales • Assist with sale viewing set-up in gallery space • Participate in auction-day roles for all spring sales, across all departments • Complete ad-hoc research projects on specific artists and galleries PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE • The ideal candidate will have a passion for fine art with specific interest in Editions and Photographs. They should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to deal effectively and efficiently with multiple tasks while working to meet strict deadlines. • The internship is five days per week from Monday thru Friday, 9 am to 6 pm, with flexibility to work on weekends during sale deadlines. Interns are paid at minimum wage. EDUCATION AND TRAINING • Must be current college seniors seeking a Bachelor’s degree, or college graduates with a Bachelor’s degree. Graduate students preferred.   PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES • Interest in Editions and Photographs • Strong communication skills • Highly organized, team player • Attentive to detail • Willingness and desire to learn and ask questions • Strong work ethic with effective time management; ability to multi-task, take initiative and work well independently WORKING CONDITIONS • Work is undertaken primarily within an office environment in our New York location. • Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary

More information and application: https://www.nyfa.org/Jobs/Show/0c9830a3-9d9a-434f-b2b9-598041c88e52

Paid Internship Opportunity: Photo Department Intern, Heritage Auctions, NYC

Description

Work directly with the Head of the Vintage and Contemporary Photography department in our New York office. Personable, good attire, excellent computer skills needed. Knowledge and interest in Fine Art Photography for hands on learning with Director. Heritage Auctions is the third largest auctioneer in the world with more than $1B in sales, specializing in Collectibles. Heritage is based in Dallas, with offices in New York, Beverly Hills, Chicago, San Francisco, and Palm Beach in the USA, and internationally in Hong Kong, Paris, Geneva and Amsterdam. The Photography department holds two live auctions a year.

More information and application: https://www.nyfa.org/Jobs/Show/ab306dd3-fe56-40d4-93be-b7edf6e4cb45

Paid Internship Opportunity: Records and Archives Aide, Architect of the Capitol, Washington DC

Apply by 4/3

Summary

About the Agency

The AOC is responsible for the maintenance, operation, development and preservation of 17.4 million square feet of buildings and more than 553 acres of land throughout Capitol Hill. The AOC provides a welcoming and educational environment for millions of visitors through the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center and the US Botanic Garden. The AOC also provides professional expertise on the preservation of architectural and artistic elements entrusted to its care. Learn more atwww.aoc.gov.

CORE VALUES:
The AOC prides itself on its Core Values of Teamwork, Integrity, Pride and Professionalism. The PROFESSIONALISM and INTEGRITY of each AOC employee demonstrates our dedication to providing quality services and our commitments to holding ourselves to the highest standards. We recognize that we do our best work through TEAMWORK, each of us lending our individual strengths and talents to the greater goal of the entire team. We respect each other and rely on each other in our efforts to make the AOC a center of excellence. We take PRIDE in what we do and in the honor of serving Congress, the Supreme Court, and the American people each and every day.

Duties

This is for a Summer Internship (Records and Archives Aide) position located in the Curator Division. The intern will work with the Records Management and Archives Branch staff to perform duties such as the following:

-Assists with metadata entry and cleanup of archival databases.

-Assist with archival processing, indexing and description of archival series.

-Assists with digitation of archival drawings and textual records.

-Assists with conducting basic research in the archival collection.

 More information and application: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/465506900/ 

Internship Opportunity: Archives Assistant, George Eastman Museum, Rochester, NY

October 2016–May 2017

The Richard and Ronay Menschel Library of the George Eastman Museum is seeking two MLS/MLIS (or equivalent) graduate students to assist with Making More Available , a project funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services to preserve and provide access to archives and special collections of significance to the history of photography and motion pictures.

Duties

  • Assist the project director and project archivist to process, arrange, and describe to folder level approximately 215 linear feet of unprocessed archives collections.
  • With training and supervision provided by the project archivist, use ArchivesSpace software to create finding aids for the processed collections.
  • Assist with reorganization of the special collections vault.
  • Assist with relocation of museum archives collections to the special collections vault.
  • Other duties as requested.

Technology/Equipment/Tools
Laptop computer
ArchivesSpace software
Microsoft Word, Excel

Education Requirements
Bachelor’s degree required.
Current enrollment in an ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS and Archives Studies program (or equivalent).

Experience Requirements

  • Knowledge of standard archives practices including DACS and EAD.
  • Knowledge of controlled vocabularies such as LCSH, ULAN, TGN, and AAT.
  • Previous experience in arranging and describing archives collections and using ArchivesSpace preferred.

Physical Requirements
The duties of this position may require standing, walking, sitting, lifting/carrying (40lbs), pushing/pulling (40lbs), balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, speaking, hearing, seeing, depth perception, color vision, and repetitive motion.

Work Environment
Work takes place in an office environment with moderate to light noise.

Skills and Competencies Requirements

  • Good written and verbal skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Highly organized
  • Attention to detail
  • Flexibility
  • Problem solving skills
  • Clerical skills
  • Commitment to high ethical standards and confidentiality

To Apply: Please forward a cover letter, resume, and finding aid sample to Project Archivist Cheri Crist by September 15, 2016. Finalists will be asked to supply letters of reference from their program supervisors.

 

Deadline to Apply: September 15, 2016

Full post: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=24f593b5d27b9275

Internship Opportunity: Archival Internship (Fall 2016), ARChive of Contemporary Music, NYC

Founded in 1985, the ARChive of Contemporary Music is a not-for-profit archive, music library and research center located in New York City. The ARChive collects, preserves and provides information on the popular music of all cultures and races throughout the world from 1950 to the present. Since the ARChives founding in 1985 our holdings have grown to over 2 million sound recordings, making the ARChive the largest popular music collection in the United States. In addition to sound recordings and publications, the ARChive actively collects all books, magazines, videos, films, photographs, press kits, newspapers clippings, memorabilia and ephemera relating to the history of popular music.

Our current, on-going projects are cataloging and book digitization. Interns may focus on one or both projects and may have the opportunity to work on other projects as they arise.

Cataloging:

Interns will receive training that enables them to catalog CDs, vinyl LPs, or books in our File Maker Pro Database using our in-house cataloging rules.
We depend directly on our interns and allow them a great deal of hands-on experience and responsibility.

Interns may work on related projects (for example, in-filing, processing donations, etc.) as needed, if they are interested.

Qualifications:

Ideal for the position is a student or recent graduate with a background or interest in music, musicology, fine art, or library & information science.

Candidates must:

  • Possess good interpersonal skills.
  • Be responsible, reliable, and detail-oriented.
  • Be able to handle delicate and valuable materials with care.

Undergraduate library experience and/or graduate-level library classes are preferred.

Digitization:

The ARChive of Contemporary Music is the largest collection of popular music in America, with more than two million recordings. Our music book collection is also one of the best in the United States, numbering 20,000+ volumes. To scan this resource the Internet Archive has installed one of their Scribe machines in our Lower Manhattan facility. When completed, all of our materials will be preserved electronically, OCR Readable, and available in-house for reading and research.

Digitization interns will be trained to scan initially, then will be introduced to more complex tasks once they are familiar with the process. Tasks include:

  • Loading, Scanning, and Republishing books while ensuring high quality standards.
  • Training and working as a team.
  • Trouble shooting the scribe machine, mitigating cataloging inconsistencies, and navigating open source software at Internet Archive.
  • Keeping work areas and equipment clean, neat, and organized.

Qualifications:

  • Strong technical (software/hardware) and troubleshooting skills
  • Ability to sit for 6-7.5 hour periods, and comfort with repetitive motion
  • Highly organized
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Familiarity and enthusiasm for music, books, cultural heritage preservation and the arts!
  • Previous library or archive experience or education is preferred, but not essential.

All internships are unpaid, but we are certainly willing to help you meet any requirements to receive course credit. Time requirements are flexible–we ask that you are available for at least one full day (11:00-6:00) per work week, but the more time you can commit to the more responsibility we can give you.

We are currently looking for interns for Fall 2016 but we can be flexible on specific start & end dates. If you are interested, please submit your resume and a cover letter explaining your general interest in working at the archive and what project(s) you are interested in contributing to.

Full post: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=5607a837cf61e79c&q

Internship Opportunities: New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC

The Internship Program at the New Museum offers participants hands-on training in the museum profession and a comprehensive overview of Museum operations. Interns also gain insight into the world of contemporary art. Interns participate in the day-to-day activities of these departments, in addition to working on specific projects. When considering whether or not to apply for an internship at the New Museum, please keep in mind that they are unpaid.

Curatorial:

The Curatorial Department researches and organizes upcoming exhibitions, including the development of checklists and didactic material; produces exhibition catalogues; manages the travel of selected exhibitions; and corresponds with artists, curators, galleries, and museums. Interns will obtain administrative skills in organizing art exhibitions and be introduced to issues relating to contemporary art.

Digital Archive:

The New Museum’s Digital Archive is an innovative project to publicly document the activities, ideas, and programmatic history of an institution. Gaining valuable experience related to the management of archives in a museum setting, interns will assist with research, digitization, and description of archival material (born-digital as well as analog). Enrollment in an advanced degree program in Archives, Library and Information Science, or related area of study is preferred.

Registrar / Collections Management:

This internship provides an opportunity to conduct an inventory of the New Museum’s Collection of over 600 objects and the Museum’s series of Limited Editions by over forty leading contemporary artists. The intern may also provide Registrarial support during periods of exhibition changeovers and work closely with the staff of the Exhibitions department. Prior coursework or experience with collection management is a plus. All applicants should have basic clerical skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.

Hours: Interns must be able to work a minimum of two full days per week, seven hours per day. The exact schedule will be determined with the department supervisor. Internships are available from September – December 2016. Experience in the visual arts and knowledge about contemporary art is preferred.  Interns must be able to work a full trimester. No interns will be accepted for shorter periods.

Application Procedure: Interns must submit an intern application form, cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation from professors and/or previous employers as one PDF file. Letters of recommendation may also be sent separately.

Deadline: August 14, 2016

Full post: http://www.newmuseum.org/interns