Internships

Internships


Parkeology provides opportunities for university students to get hands on experience preparing, producing, interpreting and documenting public art. Each parkeology project provides opportunities for students to learn a range of skills to diversify their toolkits, including outdoor video projection, sculpture, site specific installation, sound editing, public management and engagement.  Each internship incorporates time for students to identify grants to apply to for their individual practices under the guidance of Parkeology director Kate Clark.

Image Details: Diana Benavidez details the facial features of a plaster cast she produced for Facing Artifacts: Collecting profiles at the San Diego Museum of Man image: Camille Laut