The Geoffrey Bawa Trust aims to familiarize students and recent graduates with the operations of its Collections Management and Exhibition Programmes. The Curatorial Internship Programme is designed to provide professional experience to emerging practitioners in the design disciplines, the arts, the humanities, and cultural studies who are interested in exploring editorial and curatorial work in architecture and the arts. Selected candidates will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the Trust's curatorial approach—in particular its collection, exhibitions, editorial projects, and research program. Interns work for a set number of hours per week for a minimum period of three months, and receive a stipend. Areas of focus include; research, archiving, conservation, framing, object handling and storage, exhibition design and fabrication.
Internship Positions (Part-time):
Geoffrey Bawa Trust Research Internship
Geoffrey Bawa Trust Exhibitions Internship
Geoffrey Bawa Trust Archives Internship
Eligibility and Requirements
Internships will be awarded to applicants who demonstrate keen interest and responsibility in their respective fields. Applications must include the following:
– A one-page cover letter describing the relevance of the internship to your larger goals
– A résumé or CV
– An unofficial transcript of your undergraduate or graduate record
– Two references, including Name, Title, Relationship to you and Email or Phone Number of Contact Person.
Applications should be emailed in a single .pdf format to email@example.com.
There are no current openings at the Geoffrey Bawa Trust, but we are still accepting applications for the future. We will be in touch with more information when an opening becomes available.
Since launching our Bawa 100 centenary programme, we have had a lot of interest from people who would like to volunteer at Lunuganga Trust. Volunteering is a great way to engage with your community, learn new skills, make friends and professional contacts, and engage more deeply with the legacy of an extraordinary architect and his collections. We accept volunteers aged 16 and over. Volunteers under 18 may be limited as to what volunteer opportunities are available to them. Volunteering is not equivalent to an internship or work experience. To find out more, or express interest, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ideal candidates should possess an appreciation for art, a genuine interest in engaging with the public, keen attention to detail, and a positive attitude. Geoffrey Bawa Trust volunteers are proactive, adaptable, and understand that reliability is key.