We’re hiring!

mak-'amham and Claudia Serrato, 2022, in partnership with Clockshop.

Getty Marrow Curatorial Intern
June 3 – August 9, 2024

Apply by April 7, 2024

We are so pleased to partner with the Getty once again in the Getty Marrow Internship Program. This year, the Active Cultures Curatorial Intern will support Active Culture’s artistic program in 2024, working directly with the Director and Assistant Director to facilitate research, planning, and implementation across our programs. 

The Intern will work closely with the team to support the whole of the artistic program, including artist projects, public programs, and publishing. In 2024, special focus will be on the production of our summer initiatives as well as the research and planning for our programs in the fall. Key projects include: Enzo Camacho & Ami Lien: Langit Lupa (an artist residency), including the artists’ programs in LA and preparations for their forthcoming book; as well as a new series of artist commissions of music and performance at the Burns House in west Los Angeles.

The scope of work will include administrative support, curatorial research, and community engagement across AC’s programming, with an additional emphasis on supporting our long-term artist projects. The Intern will gain curatorial experience developing artists’ projects and programs and work collaboratively with artists and food practitioners in Los Angeles and beyond.

The Getty Marrow Curatorial Internship is a ten-week, full-time position beginning in June 2024. The stipend for this position is $6,925. This position will be hybrid remote and in-person in Hollywood, CA, with regular check-ins and weekly meetings with the Active Cultures team; participation in studio and site visits; and supporting in-person events and programs. An interest in contemporary art and performance, as well as food studies and foodways cultures is preferred. Additional areas of interest might include community organizing, arts administration, and education. AC will prioritize applicants who demonstrate strong writing and research skills; an enthusiasm for public art initiatives and supporting artists; and a willingness to learn, ask questions, challenge themselves, and work independently. 


To apply, please fill out the application form HERE.