How to Get Involved

Dedicated interns and volunteers are an integral part of Redux's ability to bring contemporary art programming to the public. Volunteer and internship hours can be used for college credit. If you are interested, please consider the following opportunities.
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Unpaid internships are available for college/university undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in arts management and nonprofit administration. Successful internships at Redux require at least 10 hours per week assisting Redux staff as they develop and implement all programming, including outreach, classes, and exhibitions. Interns assist in all aspects of gallery preparation and installation, such as packing/unpacking works of art, hanging artwork, painting, lighting, and gallery maintenance. Interns assist Redux visiting and studio artists, serve as special event hosts and greeters to all visitors, and help with daily administration--answering telephone calls and e-mail inquiries, registering students for art classes and workshops, and social media. To apply for an internship position please email a one page cover letter and resume/CV to NEW: Academic Year Internship (Fall 2016-Spring 2017) Application Deadline: June 30 We are looking for three interns looking for a in depth experience with a dynamic non profit. These interns will gain a much deeper understanding of the inner workings of our organization; will have the opportunity to serve in leadership roles within our organization; and gain greater insight. Spring Internships: early January - mid May Application Deadline: November 1 5 positions available: 3 year-long interns, 2 semester-long interns Summer Internships: mid May - mid August Application Deadline: March 26 5 positions available Fall Internships: mid August - mid December Application Deadline: June 30 5 positions available: 3 year-long interns, 2 semester-long interns
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Graphic Design Internship

Redux is looking for a Graphic Design intern! Applicants should be proficient in Adobe Creative Cloud programs, able to design for print and web, including but not limited to: posters, postcards, rack cards, brochures, and graphics for social media and email.
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Teaching Internships

Launching in Fall 2015, our Teaching Internships are designed to foster artists who would like to become teaching artists.  Teaching Interns will help with class preparation and cleanup, as well as shadow and assist Instructors during classes. Ideal candidates will have completed, or be nearly complete with, a fine arts degree and can provide references to support artistic skill, communication skills, and dependability.
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Daniel Brinkmann

Hailing from the Cascade Mt. Range in Washington, Daniel Brinkmann found his way to Charleston to pursue an Arts Management Degree from the College of Charleston. New to visual arts, Daniel has focused primarily on live music and venue management. He is looking for a new way to incorporate both visual and performing arts to create an accessible art culture.

Luz Ovalle

Luz is a junior at the College of Charleston majoring in Arts Management with a concentration in the Music Industry. With experience in film photography and jewelry-making, Luz hopes to explore new mediums and learn more about non-profit art organizations. 

Sarah Cohen

Sarah is currently a senior at the College of Charleston, pursuing an Artium Baccalaureatus double major in Art History & Classics with a minor in English. She has previously studied curation and art law at the Sotheby's Institute of Art and and is looking to further her knowledge of the non-profit art world. 




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