Spring Session: "Abstract Outdoors"
Three Schools Represented
MOA has granted three area undergraduate student groups to build three site specific public art installations at Denver Arts & Venues historic McNichol's Civic Center Park building
. The installations will be visible in the north entrance courtyard. Installations are expected to take place in April 2013. Please check back soon for more details.
Summer Session: Abstract Gallery Exhibition Project
12 intern positions available.
The Museum of Outdoor Arts is seeking 12 interns for Design and Build: Summer Session, 2013 for the "Abstract Gallery Exhibition Project." Interns will collaborate to execute museum designs for an upcoming indoor gallery exhibition using a variety of media (painting, drawing, graphic design, assemblage, sculpture, carpentry, photography, screen printing etc.). Interns will work under the direction of MOA administration and artist in residence, Cory Gilstrap. Works will be created for an in-house museum art exhibition called "Abstract", opening August 3, 2013. "Abstract" will be an in-house museum produced public exhibition. Ideal candidates for this session should have a good understanding of or be enrolled in programs such as painting, drawing, sculpture, wood working, carpentry, industrial design, exhibition design and installation, engineering, electronic engineering, digital media production, graphic design, video etc.
MOA seeks well rounded, mature individuals with a high degree of professionalism who can bring several skills to the program. Applicants must work well in a team environment as this program is highly collaborative. Applicants must be seniors in high school or undergraduate level with various backgrounds and skills. All interns will be awarded a $1,000 stipend. School credit may be available per your schools requirements.
Summer Session Dates & Hours
June 7, 2013 - August 5, 2013. M-F 9:30am - 5:00pm, 30-35 hours per week*.
*Some outside time may be required. See below for application instructions and deadlines.
Pictured above is the installation created by Design and Build Interns 2011,
Mundus Lux (Universal Light).