“I will be working at David Zwirner as a sales intern. Would not have gotten this internship if it wasn’t for your generosity and guidance last summer, thank you!” –Alexa D.
“My internship at HLK has been an incredible experience – complete with hands-on learning opportunities – which fostered my interest in pursuing a career within the art market.” –Anna G.
HLK interns receive invaluable hands on experience in the art world by being involved with a variety of art advisory projects including client proposals, collection management, appraisals, curating, art research and beyond. Interns are immersed in the art industry and directly interact with art professionals, vendors and art businesses. Interns can also attend get complimentary access to museums, art fairs, events and more!
A big part of HLK’s mission is to help young women succeed in the arts. As such our internship program provides one-on-one practical guidance from the founder, Heidi Lee Komaromi where interns gain insider access to best practices in art collecting, collection management and art operations.
“My experience interning with Heidi at HLK has been an incredible opportunity in which I was able to work on a variety of current projects Heidi was engaged with, ranging from curatorial and client proposals, to deaccessions and collection management and research. I always felt like a member of the HLK team and that my voice was valued and welcomed. I cannot thank Heidi enough for sharing her work and guidance with me throughout my time with HLK.” –Sophia R.
An HLK internship can be leveraged to enhance your career in Contemporary Art. It can also compliment your existing academic achievements!
|Due to the pandemic, remote internships are now being offered. Send resumes and inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org|
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