Each year the Saint Louis Art Museum invites applicants from around the world to apply for acceptance into the Romare Bearden Graduate Museum Fellowship program. The Museum accepts applications each year between November and January for the annual program beginning in July of the same year.
This cross-departmental position gives early-career professionals opportunities to work with various departments, including possible assignments in research, public programming, interpretive materials development, marketing, curatorial, and audience development. Specific assignments are tailored to the Museum’s needs and the Fellow’s skills and interests.
Eligible candidates must complete graduate school by the start of the Fellowship in Art Education, Art History, Museum Studies, or related fields such as Anthropology, African Studies, American Studies, Business, and History. Successful applicants must have good written and verbal communication skills, be able to work independently and manage multiple assignments.
The Romare Bearden Graduate Museum Fellow receives a competitive annual salary, a full-time benefits package, and relocation and educational travel allowances.