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Job: Architecture + Design Research – Intern 2020
Location: San Francisco, CA
Application Deadline: 02/16/2020
Architecture + Design
Research – Intern 2020
Design affects the atmosphere, alters perception, and even
changes behavior. SFMOMA’s Architecture + Design collection connects audiences
with pivotal works of design that influence contemporary culture. It brings
innovative architecture and design into focus, revealing its powerful ability
to enlighten, and often transform, our experience of and response to our world.
Long before architecture and design were a focus of museum
collecting, SFMOMA was participating in discussions about their influence on
environment and behavior. Though the Architecture + Design department wasn’t
officially formed until 1983, in 1940 SFMOMA featured the groundbreaking
Telesis exhibition, which focused on urban issues and architecture and prompted
the city of San Francisco to establish an office of planning. Since then, the
collection has featured historical and contemporary works of architecture,
furniture, product design, and graphic design, as well as works of art that
address these design disciplines.
The intern will work directly with SFMOMA’s Architecture +
Design curatorial team to gain detailed knowledge of the Museum’s architecture
and design collection and upcoming exhibitions. This will be a research
position with an emphasis on organization and tracking of exhibition related
material, including published writing and working exhibition checklists. The
focus will be on an upcoming exhibition on the design of music posters and
players, as well as future research on wearable technology.
SFMOMA is an equal opportunity employer committed to
Learn more about the expectations and qualifications for
this internship in the attached description. Applications without appropriate
materials will not be considered. Please see full internship description