Wanted: Awesome Communications and Marketing Intern

RedLine is looking for an amazing Communications and Marketing Intern to help in promoting the Arts in Society Grant Program and the work of its grantees. This will be a fun and self-directed opportunity to build communications and marketing experience, and to develop relationships with artists and organizations who are using art to promote positive social change.  

Responsibilities: This intern will manage the Arts in Society website, calendar, blog, and social media, and assist the Program Manager in promoting grantee events and projects. The position will require communicating with grantees and accompanying the Program Manager on site visits.

Time requirement: This position will require between 5-8 hours/week. Hours are flexible and most work can be completed either onsite or from home. However, the position will require the ability to meet regularly with the Program Manager at RedLine during normal business hours (9AM-4PM, Tuesday-Friday). Some flexibility to visit grantee events is also preferred.

Benefits: This internship is part time and unpaid. However, benefits include the ability to build experience in marketing and communications, the opportunity to meet rad people who share your belief in the power of art, and endless love and adoration from RedLine. To earn college credit through this internship, you must obtain and complete the required paperwork through your college or university.

For more information about the Arts in Society grant program click here.

To apply: Send your resume and a brief letter of interest to Libby Barbee (lbarbee@redlineart.org)


RedLine is a contemporary art center whose mission is to foster education and engagement between artists and communities to create positive social change.

RedLine holds true to the following organizational values:

Access: RedLine encourages everyone to experience the artistic process.

Relevance: RedLine is responsive to the ever-changing needs of local artists and communities.

Change: RedLine believes in the transformative power of art to instigate social progress.

Depth: RedLine focuses on the individual by building strong connections.

Collaboration: RedLine understands the importance of collective leadership and participation. 

Culture Statement: RedLine values your happiness, abilities, creativity and contributions and we work together to create an environment where we can all thrive. Every member of our team is a true believer in Redline’s core purpose, motivating and pushing us all forward together to deliver on its promise. RedLine is lots of things, but there are a few things we know we never want to be: hierarchical, exclusive, boring, or siloed. To flourish in this environment, it is vital that you, as a team member, bring your ability to perceive what’s needed to help RedLine succeed, and to care enough to take self-directed action to support that success. Redline offers a supportive setting that enables you to choose how to set your work/life priorities. This flexibility is possible because we trust and expect of each other that each of us will be self-starters who can work both independently and collaboratively to be accountable to the results of our roles.