Photo Researcher position available…

NYC publishing company seeks Photo Researcher…


Workman Publishing (located in New York City’s West Village) is seeking an experienced photo researcher to join a busy and creative photo department. Minimum 5 years industry experience.

Candidate needs to be well versed in photo research on a variety of subjects ranging from travel, history, art, fashion, sports, animals, nature, humor, news, culture, celebrity, food, yoga and beyond! This position requires a strong visual sensibility, a keen intellect, a creative approach to challenges, excellent communication skills and organized follow through.  Must be familiar with all the major commercial photo sources ranging from stock houses, historical archives and museums to photographers and agencies around the world. Position requires thorough knowledge of rights, permissions, licensing and negotiating usage fees. We work closely with our art and editorial colleagues on all image driven books and calendars so a collaborative spirit is most welcome. If you are a photographer, there are also opportunities to help with in-house shoots and larger photo productions on location.

We are looking for someone who has a great eye for the right photo, is excited by the publishing industry and balances it all with a good sense of humor!


  • Photo research for a wide range of books and calendars
  • Collaborate with designers and editors to develop content and look
  • Attend creative meetings for new project development
  • Download hi-res photos and verify file size
  • Log in caption and credit info into FileMaker
  • Clear permission, negotiate usage fees, and license images.
  • Reports to Photo Director


  • Strong visual sensibility and visual memory
  • Prior photo research experience on commercial projects
  • Working knowledge of photo industry, resources and licensing
  • Excellent communication skills and a collaborative nature
  • Able to multi-task and stay highly organized
  • Bachelors Degree in photography or equivalent studies

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter.  We apologize in advance, but not all applicants will receive a response.

MoMA internships

Seasonal internship applications now being accepted by MoMA…


Work with MoMA curators and educators and gain experience in the museum field…

  • Learn about our mission, collections, and organizational systems
  • Gain practical and theoretical training in museum work
  • Contemplate the role of museums in contemporary society
  • Work closely with a member of the MoMA staff
  • Attend curator talks and a weekly lecture series

The Seasonal Internship Program provides undergraduate and graduate students and beginning professionals with practical experience in a specific area of museum work at The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to departmental work, each Tuesday interns participate in professional development activities designed to increase understanding of the Museum’s various collections, exhibitions, and departments. The Museum hosts approximately 25 interns per season in just about every department. Participants may arrange for academic credit through their school, but it is certainly not a requirement.

Summer 2017 Internships:

 Summer 2017 internships are full-time, Monday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Applicants must have completed a minimum of two years of college (or equivalent) by June 2017.

Application Deadline

February 12, 2017

Decision Notification

April 7, 2017


Ten weeks

Summer 2017 term:

June 12–August 18, 2017

Required Commitment:

Five days per week, Monday–Friday



“Elsewhere” seeks interns/resident artists

“Elsewhere” now accepting applications for artist residencies & internships…



Internships at Elsewhere offer a creative and professional opportunity to work within a dynamic alternative arts organization run by a small artist/curatorial-team. Elsewhere interns assist curators and directors with organizational, artistic, and community based projects that advance the living museum. Interns support the curatorial team in areas of artistic production, museum programs, education, communication, and nonprofit administration.

We welcome applications from dedicated, helpful visionaries interested in supporting Elsewhere’s staff and artists to build a more collaborative, creative world. This internship is good for post undergraduate age applicants with a dedication to creative culture and arts administration. There is a long history of exceptional interns who have left their mark at Elsewhere. Each season we strive to create a dynamic ensemble that helps run the museum, deliver programs, connect with audiences, and participate in the experience of living at Elsewhere.  Through an internship we hope to provide you with an understanding of the workings of an experimental alternative non-profit arts organization and pick up skills that might leverage you for a life in the arts. Interns participate in a collaborative work environment, learn from fellow creatives, and acquire access to an international network of Elsewhere alumni. Elsewhere interns have gone on to work at other small and large arts institutions, design agencies, and non-profit community organizations.

There are 3 Internship sessions during the Winter, Summer and Fall. Each session is 3-4 months. Interns commit to 20-32 hrs per week. A limited number of housing spots are available for interns who wish to live on-site. Onsite interns must contribute 32 hours a week in order to receive free housing. Access to the food co-op which provides a locally sourced, fully stocked vegetarian pantry, equipped kitchen, and prepared dinners 5 days is available for $50/ week.



Pioneer Winter, A Love To Last 13 Hours, 2016, 13 hour performance with recordings.


Residencies invite artists working across media, fields, disciplines, and administrations to create projects that activate Elsewhere’s ‘living’ museum. Residents live and work within the museum for 2-4 weeks creating site-specific, responsive work that explores the museum environment, surplus inventories, cultural histories, social systems, neighborhood communities, and past artworks.

Residents have access to the enormous collection of past projects, textiles, toys, books, consumer technologies, clothes, brik-a-brac, and general thrift for transformation. A curatorial team stewards the creative process and collection use, provides critical feedback, supports artist events, and facilitates connections with Greensboro neighbors and Elsewhere’s national artist network.

Makers and organizers with an interest in participation, performance, reuse, public practice, social engagement, intersectional critique, urban intervention, and experimental living are an excellent fit for this program. Artists working across media (sound, video, installation, performance, conceptual art, painting, social engagement) and fields (researchers, curators, scholars, activists, designers, writers, musicians, puppeteers, gardeners, homesteaders, system-thinkers, game-makers) are encouraged to apply.

Residencies host six artists for any given session. Residencies have a program + living fee. A small number of fellowships are available for curated residency sessions. At times, Elsewhere utilizes a nomination process and recommendations from leaders in our field in an effort to broaden and strengthen our application pool. Collectives and collaborative groups are welcome to apply.

Artists new to our organization are encouraged to review all tabs on this page and peruse our website to acquire deep knowledge about Elsewhere and what we offer.

Applications for 2017/18 seasons are due Saturday, February 11, 2017 11:59pm EST.