Internships

Jasmine Smith, final year Bachelor of Creative Industries student, QUT, 2018 intern
My internship at William Robinson Gallery and QUT Art Museum has been the most important learning I've done in my degree and gave me more confidence in my ability as a creative professional. The team are fantastic to work with and the varied experience I gained in all aspects of gallery work has made entering the workforce much less intimidating!

Jasmine Smith, final year Bachelor of Creative Industries student, QUT, 2018 intern

Jessica Enkera, final year Bachelor of Fine Arts student, QUT, 2017 intern
Undertaking an internship at QUT Art Museum and William Robinson Gallery gave me the opportunity to learn about the multifaceted operations of the galleries through hands on experience. The internship complemented my university studies with first hand insight into professional arts practices. I now feel more confident about navigating the arts industry after I graduate.

Jessica Enkera, final year Bachelor of Fine Arts student, QUT, 2017 intern

Read about Jessica's internship on the QUT Creative Industries No Walls blog.

Internships are open to students currently enrolled in undergraduate or postgraduate studies at QUT in an appropriate field. The QUT Precincts internship program is highly respected within the broader arts community as candidates leave with up-to-date knowledge of best practice in the sector. Graduates of this program have gone on to work in professional positions in institutions such as art museums and galleries nationally and internationally.

Internships are task based with the candidate working with staff at both QUT Art Museum and William Robinson Gallery across areas including Public Programs and Education, and Curatorial and Exhibitions. For-credit and not-for-credit internship options are available for undergraduate and post-graduate QUT students.

For QUT students in their final year of a Bachelor of Creative Industries, an internship can be completed through the Creative Industries Work Integrated Learning Program (CI WIL) for academic credit over one or two semesters. Further information regarding the enrolment process and deadlines can be found on the CI WIL Hub on QUT Blackboard.

For more information about interning at QUT Art Museum and William Robinson Gallery please contact Sarah Barron, Public Programs Officer, QUT Art Museum and William Robinson Gallery sarah.barron@qut.edu.au or (07) 3138 1384.

Read the internship role descriptions currently available at QUT Art Museum and William Robinson Gallery (PDF, 785 kb)

To apply for an internship please complete the online application form:

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