Internships in Costume Studies
Master’s students in Costume Studies complete an internship as part of their program. The internship component of the program enables students to gain firsthand work experience and make valuable professional contacts in such cultural institutions as the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum; Museum of the City of New York, and the New-York Historical Society as well as fashion design and publishing houses.
Costume Studies: ARVA-GE 2302 Internship in Costume Studies (Typically 3 credits)
Course description: Individual internships in New York City with major artists, notable museums, distinguished galleries, art publishers, and art organizations under the guidance of a sponsor at the host institution. Students also work closely with the internship coordinator to assess their progress and define learning goals. Internships should be arranged during the term prior to the actual internship, be approved by the internship coordinator and academic advisor in advance, and students must register by the drop/add deadline.
See General Information for Studio Art, Costume Studies and Visual Arts Administration for information about how to get started with your internship, internship requirements, applying for an internship and other resources.