Off the Wall: Fantastic Interns and Where to Find Them

Welcome to Off the Wall. We’ve gathered news from around the museum, and want to share the highlights with you.


Something that makes the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art special is our University of Oklahoma community. The university provides us with a plethora of resources, from faculty and students who help us to present ongoing programming, to cross-campus collaborations with university libraries and other museums that result in incredible exhibitions. Out of all these resources, I think we can all agree that one of our greatest assets from the university is our fantastic student interns. They come from a diverse array of majors and minors, and never fail to impress us with their many talents!


AND THE AWARD GOES TO…


the STORY: Julia Harth

This week, we want to congratulate Julia Harth, a curatorial intern here at the FJJMA. She recently interviewed and was selected for the 2017 President’s Award for Outstanding Sophomore at the University of Oklahoma. This award goes to only 12 individuals, and is the highest honor bestowed on sophomores by the university community. See? I told you our interns are awesome! Julia will be recognized at the Campus Awards Program on Friday, April 7th in the Reynolds Performing Arts Center.

Who is She?

Julia Harth is an OU sophomore from Jackson, Mississippi. She is majoring in international studies and art history, with a minor in Spanish. She serves as a member of Crimson Club, is on the executive committee of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, and serves as Community Service Chair of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. She is also a photographer for the university newspaper, the OU Daily.

At the Museum

At the FJJMA, she is currently interning with heather ahtone, the museum’s James T. Bialac Associate Curator of Native American and Non-Western Art. Since Julia joined us, she has been researching the non-Western collection, with past projects including the labels for the recently-installed Mary LeFlore and Richard H. Clements Family Gallery. She is currently developing file information for the African collection.


THINGS TO KNOW


Join the Club: Do you want to join the best and brightest as an FJJMA intern? From education to curatorial, there are plenty of opportunities for every interest. Visit our website to check out application deadlines, departmental positions, and more!

 

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