Internships at The Center for Photography at Woodstock

Arts Administration Internships
CPW’s Arts Administration Internship program provides students the chance to participate in the daily operations of a non-profit artists’ space dedicated to contemporary photography and related media and gain valuable insight to the opportunities awaiting them after they graduate.Interns work closely with exhibiting artists and CPW’s artists-in-residence, help organize and install CPW’s exhibitions, assist in the planning and implementing of all CPW’s programs and events, and more!

This internship is ideal for individuals who are passionate about photography and the arts in general, and are interested in pursuing a professional career in curating, editorial work, art history, their own professional career as a photographer, and both the world of not-for-profit artist spaces and commercial galleries.

Interviews* can be scheduled on an individual basis.

To learn more about the Arts Administration internship click here.
*Must be scheduled in advance.
Workshop Internships

This summer CPW will again offer fourĀ individuals the opportunity to participate in and help facilitate the 2014 Woodstock Photography Workshop & Lecture Series – our 37th year!
The Workshop Internship begins in late May and ends in mid October, 2014.
Workshop interns have the opportunity to work with some of the most renowned professionals in photography while gaining valuable professional, technical, and aesthetic experience.
Instructors for 2014 include Dawoud Bey, Ron Haviv, Christopher James, Kahn & Selesnick, Ed Kashi, Bobbi Lane, Mary Ellen Mark, Andrea Modica, Brian Ulrich, and many more!
This opportunity is ideal for soon-to-be or recent graduates as it allows them to apply their academic training to real world experience.
Interview slots* are available on the following upcoming dates for the 2014 WPW Internships:
Monday: March 31.
Fridays: March 28 and April 4.
To learn more about the Workshop Internship click here.*Must be scheduled in advance.