Burnaway seeks an Editorial Intern.
Interns at Burnaway can anticipate a wide variety of experiences in assisting with the organization’s day-to-day operations. Interns will support our editorial team by assisting with research, data entry, social media management, content development, and archival work at our office in Poncey-Highland. Interns will receive a biweekly stipend.
Applications will be accepted through 5 pm on Monday, March 23. Applicants should plan to begin the internship during the week of April 6.
○ be enrolled in or have recently graduated from an undergraduate degree program.
○ have demonstrable experience with and interest in contemporary art or critical writing.
○ be comfortable performing a wide range of tasks.
○ be eager to learn and actively engage with the organization.
Interns should be familiar with
○ writing and editing.
○ photo editing with Adobe Creative Suite.
○ WordPress, Mailchimp, and social media platforms including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
○ contemporary art and art history.
○ data entry and attention to detail.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pitches and Submissions
Pitches and submissions should be sent to Burnaway’s editors, Logan Lockner (email@example.com) and Jasmine Amussen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Entries for the To Do List must be sent no later than one week (7 days) before the event for consideration. Please email all event listings to email@example.com .
We do not accept pitches from artists directly or from writers who have a relationship with the artist. Please see our conflict of interest policy below for more information.
Our conflict of interest policy
Burnaway will not consider contributions regarding: the artwork of someone with whom the writer has a familial relationship; the work of an artist, gallery, or institution with whom the writer has a current or previous financial relationship or internship; any gallery that represents their work; any gallery institutionally related to the organization employing the writer. We also will not accept submissions by a writer whom the gallery or artist has paid or commissioned to write the article in question.