Title: Collection & Archives Apprenticeship: Art in Public Places at the Department of Cultural Affairs

Duration:  3-6 months (3 months minimum)

Hours: 6-9 hours per week commitment, Monday - Friday, between the hours of 10am – 6pm. (combination of online and in-person work)


Online  / Miami Dade-County Department of Cultural Affairs, Art in Public Places

111 NW 1st Street, Suite 625 Miami, FL 33128


Apprenticeship Duration: 2-4 Months

Candidates may be enrolled in college, graduate school, or active in related field. Interns are eligible for academic credit. Letters of recommendation may be requested based on performance upon the completion of the fellowship. 

  • Collection and Archives: Responsible for the preservation and organization of the physical and digital archives of one the most established public art programs in the nation, encompassing a collection over 1000 artworks, in conjunction with launch of new Art in Public Places website and 50 year Anniversary. Work directly with APP team members for a focused fellowship in the areas of collection registration, new website construction database management, artist research, and digital and physical archiving. The position has some exposure to collection maintenance, restoration, and related field-work.  Opportunity to engage in Art in Public Places Trust and Professional Advisory Committee meetings and related business. 

Please submit the following materials: (ongoing baiss)

1. A brief cover letter noting why believe you are a good candidate for the fellowship, your interest in public art, any relevant experience, and your preferred start date and duration. 

2. CV including contact information.

3. Two references (Include name, position, email address and phone number.)

Thank you for your interest in submitting qualifications to this national Call to Artists from Art in Public Places, Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs. 

To view the Call to Artist description including budget, opportunities for public art and timeline, visit this link.


Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs