The WAH Center is pleased to announce exciting internship opportunities with our new program, the Williamsburg Circle of International Arts and Letters (WCIAL, pronounced “WAH SAIL”). We are currently looking for several writers to produce journalistic and academic writing about our exhibitions, performances, and special events. The internship requires that the individual spend time attending exhibitions and programs; the intern may then work independently and report to the Center.
To apply, please email resume, cover letter, and writing sample (1000 words max) with the subject line “Journalism & Art Criticism Internship” to email@example.com. Must have excellent writing skills, deep interest in art, performance or culture at large, research abilities, reliable conduct, and work ethic. Graduate or undergraduate applicants preferred. No phone calls please.
Please look at our website www.wahcenter.net to acquaint yourself with the WAH Center mission and exhibitions. This is a part-time, unpaid internship and is a great opportunity to develop a career in art journalism and criticism. An academic credit may be arranged. This position also has a potential for growth.
About the WAH Center:
In late October 1996, Yuko Nii founded the non-profit The WAH Center (Williamsburg Art & Historical Center) based upon her Bridge Concept. That concept envisions a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community, and create a bridge between local, national and international artists, emerging and established artists, and artists of all disciplines. Thus through the international language of art we come to understand each other to create a more peaceful and integrated world. The WAH Center is a force for peace and understanding and it's concept is incorporated in its acronym: “WAH” in Japanese means “peace” or “harmony” or “unity.”