2022 positions have been filled

Community Programming and Arts Administration Internship

Are you: Positive, imaginative, intelligent, a team player, tech-savvy, social media capable, with an interest or expertise in marketing?

Be part of a team of innovative problem-solving artists, working together to deliver high quality programming and artist supports in a rural Irish community .  


  • At Greywood Arts in Killeagh, Cork, Ireland
  • Duration: 3 months
    • Spring: Mid-Feb to Mid-May (this internship focuses on festival production)
    • Summer: June – August 
    • Autumn: September – November 
  • Approx. 25 hrs/ week (typically 20 office, 5 events)
  • Supporting both non-profit & residency programmes
  • Accommodation: Bedroom w/ desk space for your own work

Who can apply?

  • Artists looking to expand their practice to include arts administration
  • Arts workers who would benefit from practical experience. 

Applicants must:

  • Hold a Bachelor or Master degree, ideally in the arts (visual, performing, literary) or arts-related field. 
  • Be fluent in the English language, both written and spoken 
  • Be a citizen of the EU or UK, or must obtain the appropriate work visa.
    Unfortunately, Greywood Arts cannot  cover fees associated with visas. 

About the Internship:

Greywood Arts brings artists and our community together to explore the creative process, connect, and grow in a welcoming space where meaningful experiences are made. We do this through artist residencies, community arts projects and by providing support to visiting and local artists. 

Greywood Arts interns work directly with Artistic Director Jessica Bonenfant, founder of Greywood Arts CLG and residency programme. Together you will design and implement a diverse range of arts programming, which is likely to include participatory arts projects, live music events, contemporary dance performances, art and craft workshops, educational programmes, and artist residencies. You will work with Jessica in a collaborative office environment to maintain and develop existing programming, as well as to create new and dynamic ways to engage the local community. 

We are seeking someone who can bring our ethos of a warm welcome to all of their communications with our audiences and who  takes initiative, can work independently, and asks questions.. An interest in arts participation, communities of place and co-creation practices is a plus.  

Interns will be offered transparency about grant application processes, operating within non-profit financial infrastructure with both earned income and public funding streams, the ins and outs of project planning (including allocating costs and managing project budgets,) invoicing, bookkeeping, and the day-to-day administration of a non-profit organisation and maintenance of an  artist-in-residence program.

You will creatively engage in event planning, community programming, and social media management to build skills necessary to work with visual artists, writers, and performers from all over the world to produce exciting public projects.  Interns will gain hands-on training as an integral part of the Greywood Arts team.  

This is an opportunity to work with a community-centered arts organization run by passionate and committed people, share a living space with a rotating schedule of talented resident artists, and be part of something truly special happening in East Cork.

How to apply:

Email with a statement about what you hope to gain from the experience and why you want to do an internship at Greywood. Please attach your CV and let us know the season(s) you would like to work with us at Greywood Arts. 

Deadline:  December 10th