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Internship: Curatorial Intern (Photographs)

The Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle, is offering a paid curatorial internship in the photographs department. The aim is to encourage the successful applicant to gain new skills and the opportunity to develop knowledge of one of the world's largest art collections. 

About the role

From 1840s prints to present day film, the collection of photographic items is internationally renowned. You will gain first-hand experience in a wide range of curatorial activities, including researching the photographs and assisting with their display and presentation through a range of media. You'll also help with the administrations of loans and exhibitions, and have the opportunity to develop an insight into a specific area of curatorial responsibility through individual project work.

With the chance to benefit from the expertise of Curators within our Photograph Collection team, you'll be able to develop your skills and enjoy the rewards of working in an exciting and high-profile organisation.  

 

About you

With a keen interest in the history of photography, art and the Royal Collection, you have the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team. You have an organised approach and excellent written and verbal communication skills, and you know how to use initiative and take responsibility. Above all, you're eager to immerse yourself in the unique learning opportunities that the collection presents.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to use your passion for history of art and enthusiastic approach to develop new skills and take the next step in your career.

 

How to apply

 For further information and to apply online, please visit http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/about/working-for-royal-collectio...

Windsor Castle

£15,307.50 per annum (pro rata)

The closing date for applications is 21 July 2015.

Royal Collection Trust is committed to equality of opportunity.

 

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