Office of Communications » Pitzer College Art Galleries Received Getty Foundation Grant
Claremont, Calif. (April 9, 2010) — Pitzer Art Galleries received a 2010 Multicultural Undergraduate Internship grant from The Getty Foundation.
The Pitzer Art Galleries Getty intern will work as an exhibition researcher and curatorial assistant for the upcoming exhibitions Writ Large slated for July 2010 and Bas Jan Ader: Suspended Between Laughter and Tears opening September 23, 2010.
“We are extremely grateful to the Getty Foundation for providing us with a Multicultural Undergraduate Internship for the second year in a row. Our first Getty Intern Jeremiah Gregory, exceeded all expectations and enabled us to archive our entire permanent collection online, put up two summer shows and prepare for the large group exhibition in the fall. This year will no doubt prove to be equally rewarding for both the student and institution,” said Ciara Ennis, director of Pitzer Galleries.
Since 1993, the Foundation’s Multicultural Undergraduate Internship program has provided substantive, full-time work opportunities to more than 2,100 multicultural undergraduates, exposing them to potential careers in the arts.
About Pitzer College
Pitzer College is a nationally top-ranked undergraduate liberal arts and sciences institution. A member of The Claremont Colleges, Pitzer offers a distinctive approach to a liberal arts education by linking intellectual inquiry with interdisciplinary studies, cultural immersion, social responsibility, and community involvement. For more information, please visit www.pitzer.edu.
About Pitzer College Art Galleries
The Pitzer College Art Galleries’ mandate is Education and Advocacy through the Pitzer College core values—social responsibility, intercultural understanding, interdisciplinary learning, student engagement, and environmental sustainability. By following these precepts, Pitzer College Art Galleries engage and interrogate contemporary and historical issues of importance to expand our audiences’ understanding and contribution to our artistic, intellectual, and social culture. Through curatorial creativity and innovative programming, the Galleries seek to provide context, support, and a critical framework for artists and curators working today and, by doing so, inspire meaningful dialogue that fascinates, excites, and invigorates.
For more information, please visit www.pitzer.edu/galleries or email [email protected].