ARTH4005

Art history internship [capstone]

Lecturer: staff of our partnering institutions

6 credits

The internship programme gives a limited number of qualified students practical experience working in a professional setting. This enables them to apply academic skills learned in the classroom to concrete problems in the workplace and helps prepare them for museum or other arts-related careers. Selected interns will work with senior staff of the University Museum and Art Gallery or other art institutions in Hong Kong on a project or projects relating to professional museological or curatorial practice. Admission is selective, based on application and an interview. Students wishing to apply for the internship are strongly encouraged to first take ARTH2056 (Museum studies workshop).

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100% coursework

At least one Art History course at the 3000 level and three other Art History courses at the 2000 or 3000 level

FINE4005

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“The internship was a valuable chance for me to acquire knowledge and skill in real workplace. I have learnt more about the museum practice especially in research work.”

ARTH4005 student, 2017-2018

“I feel honored to engage in publication and the academic aspects of the museum’s new exhibition.”

ARTH4005 student, 2017-2018
Internship Talk 2020-2021