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Internships at Women's Studio Workshop 


Women’s Studio Workshop envisions a society where women’s visual art is integral to the cultural mainstream and permanently recorded in history. Our mission is to operate and maintain an artists’ workspace that encourages the voice and vision of individual women artists, to provide professional opportunities for artists at various stages of their careers and to promote programs designed to stimulate public involvement, awareness and support for the visual arts.


WSW interns work side-by-side with staff to facilitate the running of a renowned arts organization. They work full-time and have unlimited studio access during non-working hours. We encourage interns to work on their own art, and provide a group exhibition opportunity at the end of the program. In addition to studio access, interns receive a private room in our onsite housing and a stipend of $300/month. Students are welcome to apply, but cannot be enrolled in an academic program during the internship.


 Studio | Deadline: Feb. 15 | July – December

Studio Interns (two per term) are key to the operation and maintenance of our studios. Their tasks may include assisting artists and instructors in the studio; graphic design; pulling handmade paper for studio use; or letterpress or silkscreen printing studio signage.


Arts Administration | Deadline: Feb. 15 | July – December

The Admin Intern plays a vital role in social media and marketing initiatives, database development, office communications, and event planning. She is engaged in all our operations efforts. This is an excellent opportunity to learn the back-end of an established non-profit organization.


Summer | Deadline: Feb. 15 | July – August

The Summer Intern focuses on culinary and agricultural skills. She creates weekly menus and prepares lunch for staff and SAI students, which is usually around 20-30 people per day. She also works on ArtFarm, transplanting and caring for our non-traditional papermaking fibers. Students on summer break may apply for this position.



722 Binnewater Lane

Kingston, NY 12401

(845) 658-9133

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