Millard Sheets Art Center


Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship

The Millard Sheets Art Center (MSAC) is seeking a Social Media & Public Programs intern to assist in creating our annual LA County Fair fine art exhibition. Under the supervision of the Visual Arts Manager, the successful candidate will produce compelling and inclusive content for a diverse audience across a range of media (written, verbal, photo, social, web and digital) for the exhibition, which will be presented in partnership with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This role requires an ability to build awareness of the art center, and will provide support in planning and executing public programming for the fall.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Organizing press materials
- Installing artwork
- Maintaining gallery inventory and updating artist files
- In collaboration with the Marketing Department, create, and maintain social media promotion through social media posts, videos, written stories, and other content that se rve to illuminate the artistic process for the fall exhibition
- Assist with the planning, research, development and implementation of public programs, which include artist talks, performances, film screenings and special projects.
- Other duties, as assigned.

The ideal candidate should feel equally comfortable working independently and as part of a larger group, with excellent verbal, communication, and computer skills. This is a wonderful and relevant work experience for students who are pursuing their B.F.A. or B.A. in fine arts, arts administration, curatorial studies, museum education or art history. It is important that all applicants are aware of the eligibility requirements of the Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply directly on the website and send a cover letter and resume (as one PDF document) to Dee Campos, Visual Arts Manager, at no later than Friday, May 10th. Please include "2019 Getty Intern" in the subject line.

University Sponsored Internships

Students who are eligible to receive credit from their college may apply for the following internships. Students are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.

Social Media and Marketing Intern

The Millard Sheets Art Center, in conjunction with the Fairplex Marketing Department, is seeking an intern to provide social media and marketing resources to increase visibility and awareness for the artists that are selected to participate in Alt 66. The intern will gain thorough, hands-on experience creating awareness and excitement for our unique exhibition.

If interested, submit your resume and cover letter to Dee Campos, Visual Arts Manager, at

Art Education Intern

The Millard Sheets Art Center, in partnership with The Learning Centers at Fairplex, is seeking an intern to craft an education program that will include tours and hands-on workshops for the exhibition Alt 66 at the Los Angeles County Fair. Interns will produce a calendar, program, curriculum, and visual guides for our visitors to experience our exhibition in a experiential and personal format.

If interested, submit your resume and cover letter to Dee Campos, Visual Arts Manager, at


We are always looking for art and creative minded individuals to support our exhibitions and projects throughout the year and especially during the LA County Fair.

If interested, submit your resume and cover letter to Dee Campos, Visual Arts Manager, at