Negotiation within the Frame: textual and pictorial connections in art, University College (second floor.) Researched by McIntosh interns Samantha Angove and Stefani Klaric, who were Visual Arts Department graduate students at Western University.

In collaboration with related academic departments, McIntosh Gallery offers senior students supervised independent study for course credit.  Projects include collection and exhibition research. To find out what opportunities are currently available, please contact:

Helen Gregory

What our interns have to say...

"I participated in an internship at McIntosh Gallery from January 2012 to April 2012. It was an invaluable experience since I was able to develop practical skills researching artworks, performing artist interviews, and much more! I am currently working as a Museum Program Assistant at Mackin House Museum in Coquitlam, BC. I've been writing labels and didactic panels at my current job, and my time at McIntosh Galley prepared me for such work."

- Stefani Klaric, MA Visual Arts

"Working with James, Catherine, and Brian on my internship project was a true delight. I was given hands-on experience with works of art from the McIntosh Gallery collection which was a great learning opportunity. Throughout the whole process of my internship, the McIntosh team was supportive, helpful, and offered a great environment."

- Laura Ritchie, MA, Art History, Department of Visual Arts