Teresa Flowers is offering an internship program that will enable students of various disciplines to be part of the growth and development of the company while gaining valuable work experience in a field of interest to them. The management and operation of Teresa Flowers Photography require a diverse array of talents and skills. By interning with Teresa, you will be able to make a contribution to the company while supplementing your studies with hands-on experience.
Interns must be enthusiastic, hardworking, and dependable, someone who has a special interest and can take an active role in the company. Interns will help with office support, exhibitions, research, public relations, marketing, social media, gallery setup, design, web support, etc. This is an unpaid position that will provide experience in running and operating an independent artist-driven company.
Time Commitment: In general, a time commitment of 10-15 hours per week, for a three-month minimum is expected; accommodations can be negotiated to meet school /work requirements. Different internship areas will require different time commitments.
Compensation: Internships are unpaid. Teresa is willing to complete paperwork for students wishing to work for school credit.
Teresa Flowers is an internationally recognized artist based in Portland OR. Teresa’s work has been published in Shots Fine Art Photography magazine, Photo District News, Black and White Magazine and Jane magazine. She won the prestigious award of Fine Art Photographer of the Year, at the International Photo. Her paintings and photographs have been shown in London, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. She has received several grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and donates her work to the Focus On AIDS photography auction every year to help raise money to support AIDS research, care, and education. She is the founder of The Women’s Art Center, a non-profit organization in Salt Lake City, Utah that’s dedicated to supporting women in the arts. Teresa was also featured in Women’s Business Magazine as one of thirty women to watch in business.