College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Art, Media, and Design > Student Resources > Internships & Workshops
Almost one-half of AMD majors avail themselves of internships
during their junior or senior years. The city of Chicago’s many museums,
galleries, design agencies and art studios offer ample opportunity for
interning and regularly employ DePaul students. The Department of Art, Media, & Design offers internship credit through the course ART 383 Service Learning in the Arts. Past student internships through ART 383 have included placements at:
...and many more. For more information, please contact our Service Learning Coordinator, Bro. Mark Elder.
LAUNCH Invitational Residency is a professional service /professional development program for the students in Chicago area undergraduate schools. This is the first year that DePaul will participate. The Coleman Entrepreneurship Center is facilitating by submitting three students. The company introduces students to the tools, resources, and networks that will help them achieve their goals. Faculty from the Art Department (LAS) and CDM each nominated students; three Art students are going forward. Facilitated by a team of Artist Leaders and Guest Speakers, LAUNCH’s pedagogical model focuses on practical skill-building workshops, creative activities, collaborative brainstorming sessions, and one-on-one consultations. At this critical point in their careers, the workshop allows artists a chance to access tactical advice, devote time for introspection about the future, and engage with established, rising, and innovative thinkers in the field.
View the list of LAUNCH Invitational Residency 2017 Recipients here by following the link
Charlotte Mukahirn- Art, Media, and Design Major, Concentration in Studio Art
"Nightmare Cabin," 2015, Charlotte Mukahirn
Jireh Drake- Art, Media, and Design Major, Concentration in Studio Art
"Contextualizing Duhumanization: Lynching," 2016, Jireh Drake
Maya Sato- Art, Media, and Desgin Major, Concentration in Studio Art
"Working Hands," 2017, Maya Sato