Work Study, Internships, volunteer
The Myers School of Art's galleries provide an environment of encouragement and inspiration for students, faculty and the community. The gallery facilities are extensive. They include the internationally known Emily Davis Gallery and the Projects and Atrium galleries in Folk Hall. Students also regularly display work in spaces throughout campus and the 'Northeast Ohio community.
The Emily Davis Gallery is managed by the University Galleries director with assistance from graduate students in the MA program in Arts Administration. The gallery mounts approximately eight exhibitions per year, all of which are free and open to the community. Receptions with artists and lectures series are also open at no cost to the public. Tours of the gallery space are encouraged and have, in the past, included multi· lingual educational outreach programs for all ages.
The gallery staff offers internships and independent studies to students interested in the fields of museology, art history, gallery maintenance and art preservation. Federal work study positions are also available.