The Canadian Art Foundation mentorship program includes a number of paid internship opportunities throughout the year to upper-level undergraduate and graduate students and beginning professionals who wish to pursue a career in the visual arts.
Internships with the foundation generally run for three months at a time, while magazine internships (both for print and for web) run eight months from mid-September to mid-May.
Working closely with our editorial and programming departments, our interns receive valuable experience in writing about art, magazine publishing, art criticism, website editing, programming, marketing and event planning.
Poet, scholar and critic to write series of articles under mentorship of Indigenous editor-at-large and staff.
McGill University graduate Vidal Wu is the 2017 recipient of our national prize awarded to up-and-coming critical and editorial talent.
Aaditya Aggarwal and Evan Pavka have each been awarded 2016 Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Internships.
Karly McCloskey is the latest recipient of an 8-month video internship as part of the Canadian Art and OCAD University Career Launcher program.
Canadian Art magazine and the Canadian Art Foundation are pleased to announce that Byron Chan has been selected as our inaugural video intern—a position made possible through a partnership with…