The University Museums Internship Class (undergraduate):
Undergraduate Internships: The Fralin Museum of Art hosts undergraduate interns who are participating in The University Museums Internship Class (ARTH 4951/4952), which is offered by UVA’s Art History department. As interns, students work approximately 100 hours each semester (7-8 hours per week) at the museums, under the close supervision of museum professionals. The class will also curate their own group exhibition. Students interested in internships at The Fralin Museum of Art or The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection must email Jordan Love (due May 1st annually) a resume, transcript, and a one-page essay/cover letter explaining why you want to take the class, what museum work interests you, and what museum experience you have (if any). For more detailed information, please refer to the UVA Course Catalogue or the UVA Department of Art website.
Graduate Student Fellowship:
The Barringer-Lindner Curatorial Fellowship is open to graduate students in the joint Art and Architectural History Graduate Program at UVA. This year-long fellowship allows for the curating of a spring exhibition to be held at The Fralin Museum of Art. The fellow will be nominated by the Art and Architectural History graduate committee, and final selection will be made by The Fralin in April. Interested students should contact the Director of Graduate Studies or email Laura Mellusi, Art General Administrative Supervisor.