The internship is a vital part of the educational experience for those students concentrating in Visual Communication. It prepares the student for an entry-level career or for graduate school admission. The internship is structured as an independent study course taken for credit, supervised by the student’s advisor. It is required of all Visual Communication majors. See your advisor when you are ready to enroll. Visual Communications Internship (FNAR 380).
Fine Arts students have the opportunity to study art objects first-hand utilizing the diverse museum and gallery resources of Chicago, as well as the collections of the Loyola University Museum of Art. Students can gain experience through internships in museums, galleries, and auction houses in Chicago, throughout the country, and even abroad. For more information about the Gallery Internship (FNAR 368), click here.