The Living Art Museum accepts interns all year round. We strive to create a dynamic environment for interns from various backgrounds. The museum offers internships that provides insight into future jobs within the art scene, and we try to arrange projects and organisation according to the interests of interns and upcoming projects within the museum. For example, interns at The Living Art Museum can be presented with tasks related to mediation and communication, installation and production of exhibitions, reception of guests, fundraising projects, administration, registration of works and other collection related tasks. We are a small team that works closely together in a fun but hectic work environment. As a result, we all take part in everyday ad hoc tasks, interns included. We are seeking interns with a positive attitude, ability to work independently, take initiative and manage occasional hectic working days.

Internships at The Living Art Museum are unpaid, so interns are expected to be funded through the Erasmus grant or other similar programs. It is desirable that interns join us as a part of their studies or immediately after graduation. We prefer individuals who can do an internship at the museum lasting at least 3 months or a period that includes the installation and de-installation of an entire exhibition.

The museum encourages those interested to send a CV and a short cover letter to nylo (at) nylo.is, at least two months in advance. The cover letter must state the applicant's area of ​​interest and why the internship at the Living Art Museum is of interest.

The Living Art Museum accepts interns all year round. We strive to create a dynamic environment for interns from various backgrounds. The museum offers internships that provides insight into future jobs within the art scene, and we try to arrange projects and organisation according to the interests of interns and upcoming projects within the museum. For example, interns at The Living Art Museum can be presented with tasks related to mediation and communication, installation and production of exhibitions, reception of guests, fundraising projects, administration, registration of works and other collection related tasks. We are a small team that works closely together in a fun but hectic work environment. As a result, we all take part in everyday ad hoc tasks, interns included. We are seeking interns with a positive attitude, ability to work independently, take initiative and manage occasional hectic working days.

Internships at The Living Art Museum are unpaid, so interns are expected to be funded through the Erasmus grant or other similar programs. It is desirable that interns join us as a part of their studies or immediately after graduation. We prefer individuals who can do an internship at the museum lasting at least 3 months or a period that includes the installation and de-installation of an entire exhibition.

The museum encourages those interested to send a CV and a short cover letter to nylo (at) nylo.is, at least two months in advance. The cover letter must state the applicant's area of ​​interest and why the internship at the Living Art Museum is of interest.