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Bartels Science Illustration Internship

September 11, 2014

WHO:

Students (undergraduate, graduate, or recent graduates), or artists just starting their career; At least 20 years old and/or have attended college for at least two years; Experience and exceptional talent in illustration, painting, or drawing birds and wildlife; A strong interest in advancing their skills in ornithological art.

WHAT:

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers paid internships through the Bartels Science Illustration Internship program. Each recipient works on a project illustrating birds, wildlife, and/or plants for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s print publications, outreach materials, and websites. Interns work on projects that help the Lab achieve its mission, and these projects often result in publication of the intern’s work.

Interns work on projects that help the Lab achieve its mission, and these projects often result in publication of the intern’s work. We do not teach our interns how to draw birds, but instead offer the opportunity to gain experience and refine skills by working in a stimulating production environment. Interns also have access to the many resources at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Cornell University, including entry to the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates to study prepared specimens; daily contact with world-renowned scientists and researchers; access to the University’s extensive Library system; and the opportunity to be surrounded daily by original art by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, George M. Sutton, Charley Harper, Andrew Goldsworthy, and others.

WHEN:

Application deadline: April 2017 Applications received after this date will not be considered for the current year but will be kept on file for future internships.

LINK:
http://www.birds.cornell.edu/page.aspx?pid=2381

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