One More Summer Internship!

Brant Publications n New York City is looking for bright, energetic individuals who are seeking entry-level internship experience and the opportunity to gain exposure to magazine publishing.

As the publisher of ART IN AMERICA MAGAZINE, THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES, and INTERVIEW MAGAZINE, they provide an environment in which interns can assist experienced professionals and gain invaluable exposure to what a career in publishing entails. Their Internship Program focuses on one-on-one interaction with key staff members and provides extensive insight into becoming a magazine professional.

Brant Publications is interested in recruiting motivated individuals and are presently accepting resumes for unpaid internships for the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer semesters.

Art/Graphic Design Interns:

Currently looking for bright and creative interns to work with our high caliber Art Department. The position will offer the right candidate invaluable art/design experience at a well established, well-reputed magazine. We would prefer a full-time intern, as we have a small staff and therefore rely on our interns to perform a variety of tasks relating to the creative development of each issue; image scanning, maintaining art files, and basic design duties (relative to experience). If full-time is not possible, we will take part-time interns who would be able to commit to at least three days a week.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: KNOWLEDGE OF GRAPHIC DESIGN PROGRAMS. This internship may qualify for academic credit. Please check with your school.

Hours :3 days per week
College Credit :Yes
Compensation :Stipend for Traveling Expenses
Apply by :ASAP

Applying is easy! Copy and paste the web address below into a new browser then copy/paste your resume to the body of the email window that pops-up.
Questions? Email the Intern Queen: Lauren Berger, at: internqueen@quarterlife.com



Summer Art Internships!

Summer 2009 Sony Music Entertainment Graphic Design / Creative Services Internship

The intern will perform:
Design of advertising, design of packaging, design of logos for Sony Music recording artists. 2. Outline the various functions and activities of the department and any related departments to which the intern will be exposed and/or instructed. Assist art directors and design directors with design concepts. Minimal contact with label. Possible photo shoot. 3. Indicate requirements that are preferred in a candidate for this internship (i.e., preferred majors, specific computer skills, intern's career interests and/or special aptitudes). Software skills should include: Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, possibly In-Design. 4. Colleges require specific understanding of what students will learn during the internship. Please identify 3-5 specific skills, experiences, and/or points of insight students will gain from the internship:

Ability to utilize Photoshop, Illustrator, and other programs in real work environment. Learn concepts of printing, including specs, formats appropriate for various pieces. Mentored / advised in design by senior art directors and Vice Presidents. Learn about marketing in the music industry, advertising. Learn about various types of photography.

Apply here: http://jobs-sonymusic.icims.com/jobs/1555/job


Mattel Summer 2009 Intern-Art Production

Assist art staff with pre and final product decoration: art/illustration. Routine aesthetic problems call for providing the product development teams with creative visual solutions, including: concept and styling drawings for labels and sculpture, product color recommendation, and final illustration.
Please note: this internship is not for product design, the focus being Illustation and graphic design.

Required Requirements:

• Junior or senior level student, illustration or graphic design major.
• Intermediate to advanced drawing skills.
• Basic knowledge of art production pre-press printing processes.
• Intermediate computer skills: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
• Interpersonal skills; the ability to work effectively with people on many levels.
• An interest in children's illustration.

This position is located in East Aurora, NY

To apply, go here:

Mattel is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

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There are some great illustrators coming in to classes in the near future at UConn and anyone who is in the area is free to stop in. Ask questions! Get inspired! Leave jazzed!

Monday, April 20th, Lindy Tucker will visit Senior Project around 3 pm. She wrote and illustrated her own book, then took it around, eventually getting a publisher in Michigan to pick it up and Borders to distribute it (or something like that). She's in the middle of a second book for the same publisher. So, she has a great entrepreneurial story to tell. You'll benefit from it!

Tuesday, April 21st, Iris Van Rynbach will visit an illustration class around 1 pm. She's working on 4 different articles right now, or something. You can see her work and resume here:

Iris Van Rynbach's website

Thursday, April 30th, Alison Paul will visit an illustration class, also around 1 pm. She's a great person, young (i.e. you'll relate), and really easy to talk with. You can see some of her work here:

Alison Paul's book

She's currently working on another book and has lots of stories to share.

So, if you are available, stop by!! This is all happening in Room #108! Such a hotbed of creativity, that room!!