Art and Healing Intervention: Examining How Art Impacts Mood

Interested in participating in a short study to find out how art affects your mood? Sign up to attend this session on art and healing!

When & Where: The event will be…

  • On Tuesday, April 9th, at 2:30 p.m.
  • In the lobby of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art (161 Calhoun St)

To RegisterClick this link to sign up to attend, or scan the QR code on the flyer. The session will be limited to 50 participants, so make sure to sign up soon!

Contact Samantha Tracey ( with any questions.

Spring semester guest experience internship with 34 West Theater Company

Local theater company 34 West Productions has a spring internship for college students to learn Front of House responsibilities and duties of a non-profit theatre company.

The Internship: Interns will have direct opportunities to shadow the creative directors, managers, playwrights, and actors during the run of a new play through regular check-ins, pre-show meetings, and virtual meetings to analyze business needs/results.

Benefits: Develop skills that will help you cultivate positive audience experiences within the theatre/non-profit sector, including:

  • Goodwill and publicity building through social media content creation.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
  • Crowd Management Strategies.
  • Concessions management (age restrictions apply).
  • Volunteer management.
  • Entrepreneurship – Contributing to the development of systems and processes.
  • Interns will also receive complimentary tickets to share with their friends and family.

Good Fit For: Arts Management / Theatre and Dance / Artistic entrepreneurs / Non-profit leaders

How to Apply: Submit inquires and your resume to General Manager Tiffany Butler (

IDEAL: Internship for Diverse and Emerging Arts Leaders

The United Arts Council in Raleigh, NC is offering a paid student internship program for summer 2024.

The Internship: Places undergraduate students from backgrounds underrepresented in arts leadership with host arts organizations in Wake County and pairs them with local mentors to guide the students’ personal and professional growth throughout the summer.

The Benefits:

  • $4,500 pre-tax stipend per intern
  • Work placement at an Arts Host organization in Wake County for 24 hours per week for 8 weeks
  • Additional professional development opportunities, cultural activities, and networking events
  • Individualized mentor pairing in interns’ arts-specific field of interest
  • A local cohort that will serve as a strong foundation for interns’ growing career

How to Apply: Online application by February 1. More details available online (must be a NC resident to apply).

Free tickets to the Gibbes Distinguished Lecture series

The Honors College has a limited number of free tickets for Honors students to attend the Gibbes Museum of Art’s annual Distinguished Lecture Series featuring art historian Dr. Sarah Elizabeth Lewis.

When/Where: Wednesday, November 1, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM in the Sottile Theatre.

The speaker: Dr. Lewis is an art and cultural historian Harvard University. Before joining faculty at Harvard, she held curatorial positions at MOMA, the Tate Modern, and served as a critic at Yale University School of Art.

Great fit for: Art historians / Art lovers / Photographers  / Culture vultures

How to register: Claim your free ticket by registering here. Space is limited, so sign up today!

Celebrate the New School Year at the School of the Arts Kickoff Event!

Kick of the new semester with a celebration hosted by the School of the Arts! Learn why everyone can be a part of the arts at CofC, no matter your major.

The Celebration: Tuesday, September 5, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. in the Cistern Yard.

  • A showcase of 200+ arts-related events and activities for the upcoming year
  • Sweet treats
  • Raffle prizes and free swag
  • Tunes by 1770 Records

The Benefits: Explore your creative side! Learn how you can get involved in artistic events, clubs, and classes.

No registration necessary, just stop by. Follow @sotacofc for event updates.

Internships available with the Public Works Arts Center

The Public Works Art Center has two summer internships available for students for Summer 2023: an Arts Administration Intern and a Programming Director Intern. Learn more about the positions below:

As an arts administration intern at Public Works Art Center, you will have the opportunity to assist with many facets of the organization including nonprofit management, exhibition installation, event facilitation, and much more!

Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with space maintenance and installation prep
  • Greeting and engaging with gallery visitors
  • Processing sales of art work and gift shop items
  • Updating and managing databases
  • Assisting with record keeping (related to grant documentation) 
  • Formatting and tracking press items (exhibition postcards, press releases, signage) 
  • Providing assistance at exhibition openings and events
  • Website and social media updating
  • Assisting Public Works Art Center’s Executive Director


  • Studio Art, Art History, Arts Administration, Nonprofit Management, or Arts Management majors preferred
  • Proficiency in Google suite (sheets, docs, forms, etc)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion 

As a programming and events intern at Public Works Art Center, you will have the opportunity to assist with many facets of the organization including class and camp implementation for children and adults, event facilitation, and much more.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting Programming Director with the shaping of our fall and winter programming
  • Assisting with record keeping
  • Assisting with grant management
  • Website and social media updating to promote classes and events
  • Purchasing supplies for classes and camps
  • Assisting with duties related to event rentals- communication, contracts, tours, etc.
  • Assisting with special events to possibly include artist receptions, 
  • Greeting and engaging with gallery visitors
  • Processing sales of art work and gift shop items


  • Studio Art, Art History, Arts Administration, Nonprofit Management, Education, or Arts Management majors preferred
  • Proficiency in Google Docs/Sheets required; graphic design experience preferred
  • Strong communication skills
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Self starter, takes initiative
  • Passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion

Learn more about both opportunities here!

Publish Your Creative Work in Sanctuary, A National Honors Journal

Calling all Honors creatives! Submit your artistic work!

Sanctuary is a national literary and arts journal highlighting creative work by Honors students from across the southeastern U.S. The publication is seeking poems, stories, and visual art created by Honors College students.

Submissions can be made online, with an application deadline of April 14, 2023.

To view previous work published in Sanctuary or to learn more about the submission process, check out

Capgemini RISE 2023

The Capgemini RISE program is an innovative, fast-tracked, speed-to-hire program designed exclusively for exceptional rising college seniors.

It’s the perfect opportunity for those who are eager to take on real-world challenges, develop their critical thinking skills, and gain exposure to a wide range of industries and cutting-edge technologies from around the world.

But wait, there’s more! Upon successful completion of the RISE program, you could be offered a full-time consulting position at Capgemini starting in 2024.Candidates will spend 4 days flexing critical-thinking skills against real-life problems to gain a true understanding of how working at a global consulting firm can support their career path.

Several Honors students have participated in and received job offers from Capgemini RISE  – Apply to Nashville RISE 2023 here! Learn more on the attached flyer.