BNG Run For The Arts 5k
Application deadline: Monday, May 1.
Aimed at young people interested in professional development, this 10-week paid placement provides on-the-job training in all aspects of museum operations for a Bermudian aged 18 to 25.
This position is made possible through funds raised by the BNG Run For The Arts 5k sponsored by Chubb, and is for a student or young person from the North-East Hamilton area.
The selected candidate will support the small team of staff with projects that cover all aspects of running a dynamic arts and culture institution. The programme structure is tailored to each participant’s experience and interest, with the aim of developing their resume to best assist with their career goals. This will include, but is not limited to, assisting with:
- Office administration
- Exhibition research, design and creation
- Event planning
- Installation of artwork and management of the gallery space
- Exhibition tours and public speaking
- Education programmes, including the BNG summer camp
“The BNG internship was unforgettable! From giving tours, curating an exhibition and learning about the internal workings of an organisation, I developed valuable relational, organisational and operational skills. It was truly an experience which nurtured growth and in which teamwork was valued. This was an important part of my career trajectory.”Former BNG Intern Alice Moniz, now studying for a Masters Degree in Public Policy at Sciences Po in Paris
Thank you for your interest in the 2023 Run for the Arts Internship. This application process is now closed. Please subscribe to Bermuda National Gallery’s mailing list to ensure that you hear about future internship opportunities.
If you are unable to attach your documents to this form, please send them by email to Executive Director Peter Lapsley at email@example.com, with subject heading “Run for the Arts Internship Application.”