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Intern Program and Application
Internships are available for undergraduate and graduate students with the goal of providing professional experience and growth opportunities. With guidance from the gallery owner and director, interns work on specific projects that fulfill the gallery’s needs and also provide practical experience to the interns according to their academic or professional areas of interest.
Prospective applicants may refer to the following internship descriptions to review the specifics of each project and the required number of hours per week. Gallery internships are available for specific periods of time, but can be extended if desired.
The following internships are currently available. Each intern is required to submit an internship application, along with the materials that are required with the specific internship project.
Click the buttons below to download the internship description and application.
Artist in Residence Program
Black C Art Gallery’s Artist in Residence Program invites innovative artists and performers to come to Gainesville, FL, to create new works in dance, theatre, music, new media, performance art, writing, or poetry that will culminate in an exhibition and/or final performance at the gallery. The residency program is interactive and enables gallery visitors to meet the artists, while also giving the artists an opportunity to work with the public and academic communities at the University of Florida and Santa Fe State College.
Black C Art offers residencies three times a year – fall, spring, and summer. The residency program includes housing at a downtown apartment within walking distance of the gallery. Selected Artists-in-Residence are expected to work in the gallery’s designated studio space 20 or more hours per week and be available to speak with visitors. The residency culminates in an exhibition and/or performance of the artist’s work at the Artwalk that concludes their term.
Download the Artist-in-Residency application by clicking the button below. Deadlines for the three terms are as follows: June 15th for the Fall, October 15th for the Spring, and March 15th for the Summer.