Finnish National Gallery
Call for Research Interns 2020
The Finnish National Gallery wishes to raise new interest in research topics based on its resources and collections. It also wishes to be an active and innovative partner in collaborating with the academic scene in reinforcing humanistic values and the importance of understanding the world and human culture by creating new, meaningful and relevant knowledge.
For this purpose the Finnish National Gallery organises a research internship programme for art or cultural history students (preferably master’s-level) internationally.
The programme has two aims. The Finnish National Gallery wishes to enhance the study of its collections including artworks, archives, and objects. At the same time it wishes to support students who choose to write their master’s level theses on subjects based on physical collections and objects, archive material and data.
In 2020 the Finnish National Gallery is prepared to receive three research interns.
The internship period is three months with the intern under contract to the Finnish National Gallery. The salary is equivalent to the salary of university trainees.
The intern chooses in advance the material of the Finnish National Gallery collections that he/she wishes to study, and agrees on studying it during the internship period. It is desirable that the material will form part of the intern’s thesis. The intern is required, during the period of their internship, to write a text in English, based on the material and the research done at the National Gallery. The text may be published in one of the sections of the FNG Research web magazine.
Each intern will have an in-house professional tutor at the Finnish National Gallery. The tutor and the intern will meet on average weekly.
The Finnish National Gallery is not responsible for the academic supervision of the intern’s master’s thesis. The role of the National Gallery is to support the intern’s skills in collections research practices.
Are you interested? If so, please send your application by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to FNG Research, Senior Researcher Hanna-Leena Paloposki, Kaivokatu 2, 00100 Helsinki, Finland.
Applications can be written in English, Finnish or Swedish.
The deadline for applications is 15 November 2019 and the appointments will be announced by 13 December 2019.
The interns are appointed by the FNG Research editorial board.
For more information about the application process and programme, please click on the link below:
How to apply for the research internship programme at the Finnish National Gallery for master’s-level art and cultural history students >>