For the 21st year, the Williamson is offering paid internships. This summer, five were awarded, encompassing work in art administration, conservation, and exhibitions.
Initiated in the wake of Los Angeles’ civil unrest in 1992, the Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internship Program seeks to increase diversity within the staffs of museums and visual arts organizations by offering paid internships to students of diverse backgrounds who either live or attend college in Los Angeles County. At Scripps, that mission is carried out in a variety of ways, including extensive hands-on work with the Scripps College art collection, interviews with professionals in the field, and a wide array of trips to the art meccas of Los Angeles.
Wilson interns Kaela Nurmi and Shaina Raskin clean a La Semeuse medallion on the Scripps campus. Academic Year Internships Wilson and Turk Internships Through the generosity of Jane Hurley Wilson ’64 and Michael Wilson and Elizabeth Robbins Turk ’83, Scripps students receive training in arts administration and art conservation as interns at the Ruth Chandler [...]
Art History, Art Conservation, Political Science, Studio Art, Philosophy, History, Chemistry, French: These are a few of the subjects our interns have majored in. So what’s next? What does one do after earning that undergraduate degree? Here are the paths some of our recent interns have chosen: Julie Berryman ’12 is a French major, [...]