Employment & Internships
Public Programs and Education: CAMH FAQ Team Members
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is seeking new members to add to its current FAQ Team line up. The FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Team is a group of artists and art historians who assist with contextualizing CAMH’s dynamic exhibitions for diverse audiences through tours and related hands-on art making workshops.CAMH is seeking artist-practitioners and art historians to lead tours and workshops for elementary, high school, and college/university students as well as for a variety of community groups. Bilingual English/Spanish speakers are highly encouraged to apply, as are other bilingual and unilingual speakers. A FAQ Team member shares a flexible schedule with others on the FAQ Team staff that is based around the Museum’s regular public hours, including some evenings and weekends. The employee has a significant role at the institution and represents the Museum and its mission to the general public.
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The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to gain practical experience as volunteer interns in the curatorial, development, and education and public programs departments. Internships are unpaid, but arrangements can be made with the intern’s home institution for course credit. Interns generally work between 8 to 20 hours each week.
CAMH is currently accepting applications for the fall internship. For more information including how to apply, click here.
Deadline for fall internship applications is September 5 , 2014.
Public Programs: Open Call for Skill Set Instructors and Proposals
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is now accepting proposals from the public to lead a class in conjunction with Skill Set, CAMH’s new hands-on workshop program and skills exchange. Skill Set gives individuals an opportunity to share her/his expertise on an eclectic array of subjects: educational, recreational, and/or utilitarian. Skill Set allows presenters to pass on the various skills they have mastered in a non-traditional hands-on workshop style classroom setting. Past and upcoming Skill Sets include the history and use of turntables, altering musical instruments, and beekeeping. Classes do not have to take place at CAMH and can occur throughout Houston if necessary.
For more information including how to apply, click here.