Visual Arts


New York is made up of many art worlds and offers artists, designers, curators and arts journalists peerless resources for inspiration, research, and dialogue. Visual arts students can work at a combination of internships to acquire a broad exposure to contemporary approaches and professional practices.

Studio Fine Arts-Design-Applied Arts

Students assist professional artists & designers with preparation and documentation to gain a close-up view of professional practices, methods and philosophy.

Art History, Critical Studies, and Arts Administration & Arts Education

Students work at organizations or publications that present and educate about art: museums, art galleries, art journals and magazines, websites, non-profit institutions, and foundations. Observe curatorial work, assist with research, fundraising, publishing and public education.

Take a look at  recent internships in the Visual Arts


Individual Artists

  • Ellen Altfest
  • Daniel Zeller
  • Alexi Worth
  • Bruce Pearson
  • Lee Boronson
  • Polly Appflebaum
  • Fred Wilson
  • Jane Fine
  • Whitfield Lovell
  • Lisa Corrine Davis
  • Ginzel & Jones
  • Diana Al-Hadid
  • Ev Day
  • Jean Shin
  • Michelle Oka-Donner
  • Hank WWillis Thomas

Art Centers,Museums & Galleries & Publications

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Arts
  • Whitney Museum
  • Elizabeth Dee Gallery
  • Pace Magill Gallery
  • Steven Kashen Gallery
  • International Center for Photography
  • Art in America
  • Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
  • DAP
  • Collective Task
  • Bomb

Architecture & Design

  • Common Room
  • Erin Considine
  • Jes Wade Atelier
  • Tahari
  • PS Design



General Inquiries:   NY Arts Program  -  212-563-0255  -  336 West 37th Street, Ste 1100, New York, NY 10036