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Internship and Work Opportunities

 Internships for Academic Credit

Internship opportunities at RCCAM are offered in the following areas. They provide students the opportunity to become familiar with a range of art museum careers.

  • Collections Intern (Spring/Summer/Fall)
  • Curatorial Intern (Spring/Summer/Fall)
  • Educational Intern (Spring/Fall)
  • Video/Emerging Technology in Business Design (ETBD)/Web Interns (Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall)
  • Arts Management/Marketing/Communications Interns (Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall)
  • Preparator Intern (Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall)

Applications are accepted year-round. Deadlines are November 15 for Winter and Spring internships and April 1 for Summer and Fall internships.

Learn more and apply for an internship


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Student Work Opportunities

RCCAM employs Miami University students for various part-time positions year-round.

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Student-Created Exhibitions

Each year students are invited to create an artistic response to a particular topic or question. The responses, which can take a variety of forms and mediums, are then juried for inclusion in the student response exhibition for the following Fall semester. Listed below are a few recent student-created exhibitions.

 ARTificial Intelligence

In this ninth juried Student Response Exhibition (SRE), Miami University students are called upon to creatively respond to a theme - ARTificial Intelligence. This Fall 2024 SRE, ARTificial Intellligence, will be  developed in conjunction with Miami University's FOCUS theme of Artificial Intelligence.

Fall 2024 Student Response Exhibition Call for Entries

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Circling 'Round: A Student Response

In this sixth juried Student Response Exhibition, Miami students are called upon to present unique and diverse commentaries on what constitutes a “circle.” Interpretations are subject to the student’s personal perspective, major/minor, culture, age, experiences, etc.

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Outside the Box: A Student Response

In this fifth juried Student Response Exhibition, Miami students were called upon to present unique and diverse commentaries on what actually constitutes a “box” and what it means to think outside the box. Interpretations are subject to the student’s personal perspective, major/minor, etc.

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Conflict and Resolution: A Student Response

In Conflict & Resolution, students were given the freedom to reflect on personal and collective perceptions of what it means to be at war and the resulting search for peace.

Student-Curated Exhibitions

Each year, students in the art history capstone (ART498) course work with their faculty and our Curator of Exhibitions on a course-themed capstone exhibition. Below are a few recent student-curated exhibitions.

Programs and Events

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Miami University Art Museum Lawn Party

2024 Date to be announced

Each Fall, the Miami University Art Museum hosts a party on our lawn and in our galleries to welcome students and celebrate the release of our fall exhibitions. The party includes plenty of refreshments (Kona Ice, Chips/Cookies/Water and more), Tshirts, therapy dogs, games, and a great chance to explore the galleries. [*First 150 students]

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Winter Reception

The Student Winter Reception has proven to be a hit. Students typically dress in semi-formal attire and enjoy an upscale evening of live music, hors d'oeuvres, and fun.

Past Winter Receptions included

  • photo booth and props
  • build-your-own hot cocoa station
  • live music from two campus groups
  • ARTZOOM contest