Join the Team!
Museum Studies and
Gallery Practices (ARH4794)
Enroll in a 4-credit course which investigates the many characteristics of museum and gallery management including hands-on participation in the University Galleries' ongoing productions.
Museum Education Program
FAU students can receive training in educational methods and exhibition content. Students provide tours and outreach programs to area middle and high school youth.
AMP: Artist Mentorship Program
An arts-integrated collaboration between Florida Atlantic University, University Galleries, and The Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County
The University Galleries are seeking students interested in gaining career-oriented training related to museum and art gallery professions. Students of all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply. Interested students should fill out an application which are available here on our website. Applications are also available by stopping by the Schmidt Center Gallery office in PA-102. Internships are available every semester to a limited number of students. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Directed Independent Study
Interested students may also apply to receive academic credit by enrolling in a Directed Independent Study (DIS). If you are interested, please fill out the application here on our website. Note: DIS requires the approval of both the University Galleries Director and the Chair of the Department of Visual Arts and Art History.
For more information, contact Rod Faulds, Director, University Galleries at (561) 297-2661 or through email at email@example.com.
Past Student Interns
“I really enjoyed working at the University Galleries, where I learned a lot of skills giving me more confidence in my field of study.”
– Annelise Dominguez
“The connections I made at the University Galleries, and everything I had learned about the local arts community, definitely gave me an edge during the interview process.”
– Doris Bravo-Hieger
“The sense of community within the University Galleries is what binds it together and what ultimately makes it such an influential place for young students.”
– Jeanie Ambrosio