Since its founding over 85 years ago, THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES has been consistently recognized as the authority by serious collectors, dealers, and other readers interested in gaining detailed knowledge and understanding of the world of fine arts and antiques.
Editorially, the magazine’s subjects can range from painting and photography to furniture and ceramics, and cover periods from the 20th century to antiquity.
Interns will work on the following projects: Cataloguing new books entering the magazine’s research library, organizing and maintaining the books in the collection, and assisting in the proofreading process for editorial articles and columns when necessary. This internship will provide educational opportunities combined with experience of working with knowledgeable editors in a professional publishing environment. Candidates should possess strong organizational skills and have an interest in Art History, Publishing, or Library Studies.
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: ART HISTORY/ENGLISH AND JOURNALISM STUDENTS PREFERRED. Only Senior undergraduates will be considered. Graduate students preferred. This internship may qualify for academic credit. Please check with your school.