The OCA Public Art Program offers internships to qualified applicants to work on various projects throughout the year. This is a unique opportunity to gain valuable knowledge of the public art process, artwork installation and upkeep, design, marketing, research and communication. Ideal candidates should have a strong interest in public art administration, a strong academic record, and an interest in learning how the arts support and contribute to the development of the greater community.
- Internships are unpaid, unless otherwise noted and course credit is available.
- Internships vary in length from 8-13 weeks. Availability and length of opportunity is based on department needs.
- Students must be enrolled in an accredited college or university.
- Students must have reliable transportation (public transit is considered a reliable source), be prompt, responsible and dependable.