M+ Internship Programme is a unique opportunity for those who are interested in developing a career in the museum field. Interns will be able to work closely with M+’s professional staff full-time for a period of one year and gain practical and theoretical training.

Besides working on their specific projects under the supervision of their assigned mentors, the interns will also have the chance to learn from curators and senior members of the team in a series of sharing sessions. This is a paid internship that runs on a recurring basis, with openings every year. The internship is available in the following areas: Curatorial and Collections Management.

Curatorial Internship
  • Digital Programme
  • Learning and Interpretation
  • Exhibition and Collection
    (Design and Architecture, Hong Kong Visual Culture, Moving Image, and Visual Art)
Collections Management Internship
  • Archives, Registration, Database Management, and Rights and Reproductions

Curatorial internship

Curatorial (Digital Programme) Internship (Ref: 18405a)

The Curatorial (Digital Programme) Intern will work under the supervision of a Digital Programme Producer. The internship is designed to help interns learn about the role of digital technology, storytelling, audience engagement within a museum, and gain practical experience in developing digital platforms inside and outside M+.

Curatorial (Learning and Interpretation) Internship (Ref: 18405b)

The Curatorial (Learning and Interpretation) Internship provides hands-on training for anyone interested in engaging with a diversity of people to learn about visual culture through accessible and creative means. Working under the supervision of one of our curators as their mentor, the interns will assist them on upcoming learning and interpretation programmes.

Curatorial (Exhibition and Collection) Internship (Ref: 18405c)

The Curatorial (Exhibition and Collection) Internship provides hands-on training for people who are interested in gaining curatorial experience in a museum setting. Working under the supervision of one of our curators as their mentor, the interns will be assisting them on upcoming exhibitions and curatorial initiatives of various subject disciplines, including Design and Architecture, Hong Kong Visual Culture, Moving Image, and Visual Art.

Collections Management Internship (Ref: 18405d)

The Collections Management Intern will work under the supervision of an M+ Registrar.  The internship will provide the intern with the opportunity to develop practical skills in a museum environment and to learn how collection management professionals are involved in the process of building and maintaining an active collection. The collections management internship covers four areas of museum collections management: archives, registration, database management, and rights and reproductions. 

Internship Schedule: 

Intake 2019

Application period: now until 9 June 2019
Duration: 12 August 2019- 11 August 2020*
(*Start/End dates can be slightly negotiable)

For more information, please contact Ms. Kiffany Lee (852) 2200 0013.

Application is now closed.


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