Internship

Since its beginnings, Fonderie Darling has been a platform for students to acquire a significant professional experience in the field of visual arts. With its two main poles, exhibitions and artist residencies, a wide variety of creative and administrative tasks are proposed to young people willing to join a hard-working team with a common goal to offer a strong programming and an exceptional space for artists to develop their practice in. These unpaid internships are tailored to the candidates’ interests and aptitudes, depending on the organization’s needs.

Requirements:

  • No previous experience mandatory
  • Extended knowledge and interest in contemporary visual arts
  • Autonomy and flexibility
  • High tolerance to stress and unforeseen situations
  • Basic computer (MAC platform, Office, etc.)
  • Bilinguism (FR/EN)

Length:

  • Full time. Between 3 and 6 months, depending on the agreement with the university.
  • Part time. Depending on the intern's schedule and the gallery's needs.

 

Applicants are invited to send us a CV and a cover letter to info@fonderiedarling.org before an interview (via Skype or in-person).

IMPORTANT (foreign candidates):

In Canada, an internship is considered a job, even if it is unpaid. It is therefore the responsibility of the students to do complete all the procedures necessary to obtain the required permits in order to make their stay consistent with the Canadian laws.

 

Interns

Fonderie Darling welcomes hard working and enthusiastic students looking to gain work experience within the arts and culture community.

Winter - Spring 2022 

  • Maeva Totolehibe (Institut Superieur des Beaux-Arts de Besançon) 
  • Zachary Vincent (Institut Superieur des Beaux-Arts de Besançon) 

Winter 2022

  • Emma Rose Di Iorio (HEC Montréal)

Fall 2021 

  • Noémie Kantor (EMLyon Business School)

Summer 2021

  • Joia Duskic (Concordia, Montréal)

Spring 2021

  • Ally Rosilio (Concordia, Montréal)

Summer 2020

  • Samson Fragos (Concordia, Montral) 
  • Kara Skylling (Concordia, Montreal)

Fall 2019 - Winter 2020

  • Raquel Cruz Crespo (INRS, Montreal)

Summer 2019

  • Noah Kaplan

Spring - Summer 2019

  • Lucie Bréchette 
  • Lucie Berezowa (ESSEC, France)

Fall 2018 - Winter 2019

  • Elisa Monteillet (Université Sorbonne Panthéon Paris-I, France)

Summer 2018

  • Farid Djamolov (Dartmouth College, Hanover, États-Unis)

Spring - Summer 2018

  • Cécilia Énault (Toulouse Business School, Toulouse, France)

Fall 2017

  • Jacqueline Graham (McGill University, Montreal)

Summer 2017

  • Victoria Deakin (Université d'Angers, France)
  • Théo Gorin (Science Po Bordeaux, France)
  • Claire Longuet (ISTC, Lille)

Winter - Spring 2017

  • Alizée Jean (La Sorbonne, Paris)
  • Victoria Deakin (Université d'Angers, France)
  • Théo Gorin (Science Po Bordeaux, France)
  • Pierre Gunther (Edhec Business School, Lille, France)
  • Cindy Hill (Université Concordia, Montréal)
  • Sophie Heisler