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Communications Arts Intern - Spring 2024| The Andy Warhol Foundation


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 Arts Intern Summer 2024 (

The Communications Intern will work closely with the Foundation’s Communications Manager to take part in various projects to help share the foundation’s work, the work of the foundation’s grantees, promote its core values, and grow the foundation’s audience. This internship intends to provide a hands-on experience of the inner workings of the Foundation’s external communications that amplify the work of the foundation’s grantees, its philanthropic endeavors, innovative licensing collaborations, and the scholarly research of the catalogues raisonnés. 

General Responsibilities: 

  • Communicate with Foundation grantees to request visual materials for the foundation’s social media platforms;
  • Research and identify appropriate media contacts from relevant outlets to add to the foundation’s press list;
  • Identify and update contacts from relevant arts and cultural institutions, and philanthropic organizations to add to the foundation’s mailing list;
  • Assist with tracking and organizing media coverage related to the Foundation and its grantees.

Skills and Qualifications Include: 

  • Current undergraduate (junior or senior preferred)
  • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written
  • Knowledge of social media platforms; Instagram, Facebook, X, and related social media management tools such as Later or Hootsuite
  • Excellent research skills
  • Knowledge of e-marketing platforms such as Mail Chimp
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Attention to detail
  • Interest in the visual arts, arts administration, and/or philanthropy
  • Ability to work independently.


  • Ability to commit 14 – 17 hours/week from Late February 2024 to May 2024
  • 28 hours/week from June 3rd - August 5th

Compensation: $21/hour 

In-person position with remote flexibility