LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 committed to curating site-specific public art exhibitions in Los Angeles and beyond. LAND believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to experience innovative contemporary art in their day-to-day lives. In turn, artists deserve the opportunity to realize projects, otherwise unsupported, at unique sites in the public realm.


To apply, please send a cover letter and resume marked with the desired internship position to:



Duties include assisting the Exhibition Coordinator in all aspects of exhibitions research and implementation, including, but not limited to: proposal related content/logistic research/writing, art handling (including artwork installation, maintenance, packing, shipping, etc.), registrarial functions (such as the generation of loan forms, commissioned install agreements, condition reports, etc.), and assisting during special events. The ideal candidate will: have a basic understanding of the use of general tech and construction equipment (projectors, saws, etc.), have a proclivity for meticulous research and problem solving, be able to articulate logistics clearly through writing, drawing, etc., have use of their own vehicle and mobile phone, and have a background in registrarial or construction related duties.


Duties include help research, develop, submit, and coordinate grant proposals and reports for LAND, performing prospect research; preparing and submitting proposals to foundations and government granting agencies; working with finance and project managers to gather information necessary to prepare written reports to donors; maintaining current records in database and paper files including grant tracking and reporting and monitoring federal funding opportunities, possess strong written communication skills, ability to write clear, structured, articulate and persuasive proposals, strong editing skills and attention to detail.


Duties include in-depth research about potential artists and sites for LAND projects, creating powerpoint/PDF project proposal decks, updating artist files with research/press, identifying interesting project proposal requests, reviewing unsolicited artists submissions and preparing briefs, assisting during special events. Art History background and/or advanced degree preferred.


Duties include process online ticket sales, donations, memberships, and entry fees, responsible for maintaining office equipment and facility, update vendor and site databases, keeping office organized and functional including filing: hard copy, and computer, answer phone, email, fax, LAND scheduling, assisting with administrative tasks and help during special events.