Studio Institute
Apprenticeship and Internship-based Learning.
Programs for Students in High School and College.

At the core of Studio Institute’s expertise in providing visual arts education is its model of apprenticeship-based learning.

Matching high school and college students with paid internships, Studio’s programs provide teens and young adults with opportunities for career development and exposure to non-profit arts professions at New York City museums, cultural institutions, and community organizations.

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COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS

Congratulations to the 2019/20 Art History Research Fellowship winners from four NYC public schools. Developed by Karen Rosner, Director of Visual Arts, Office of Arts and Special Projects, NYC Department of Education, the scholarship program for graduating seniors encourages students to write an original art history research paper.

This advanced-level work connects students’ perspectives and interest in the arts. Studio Institute’s Arts Intern Program is delighted to participate, and support students interested in pursuing arts careers. See excerpts from their art history research papers here.


Aneesa Razak, Agnes Gund Excellence
in Art History Research Award

Zoja Misut, Paul L King Excellence
in Art History Research Award

Sarah O’Brien,
Rona Roob Art History Research Award

Takumi Natsume,
Richard Roob Art History Research Award

Ona Cathcart-Smith,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Jessica Angamarca,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Anabella Orellana,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Damaris Chamorro,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Mia Beato,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Mantis Harper-Blanco,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Neo Haralambou,
Art History Fellowship Program Award

Jayden Ashley,
Art History Fellowship Program Award