The county internship program is continuing as planned. All organizations participating in the 2020 program should have an online internship application posted on their website. Commissioners Court presentation is currently being schedule. No changes have been made or planned at this time.

All organizations participating in the 2020 program please be sure to email  your Intern selection by April 10th.

May 8th                                 Organizations make and report student selections to theArtsFund  

June 1                                   Program begins, Interns report to organization

June 2 or 9                          Interns presented to Bexar County Commissioners Court

The following 10 non-profit organizations are currently looking for summer interns:

The following are live links to these organizations Online Applications.

Artpace San Antonio
Cactus Pear Music Festival
Centro Cultural Aztlan
Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Gemini Ink
Magik Theatre
OPERA San Antonio
Woodlawn Theatre
Texas Public Radio
YOSA

Bexar County Arts Internship 2020

Bexar County Arts Intern Program Facilitated by theArtsFund

Proposed 2020 Schedule:

January 14:  Arts Fund sends program Guideline details to arts organizations, posted to theArtsFund website

February 7:  Grant request application to be completed and emailed to theArtsFund by 5 pm

February 10: Additional required documentation due to theArtsFund

February 28: Proposals reviewed by selection committee

February 28: Announce selection of 10 participating Organizations

February 28: Selected Organizations Post online Application for Interns

February 28: Organizations begin accepting intern applications from students

April 10: Organizations make and report student selections

June 1: Program begins, Interns report to organization

June 2 or 9: Interns presented to Commissioners Court

July 1 & August 1: Grants issued to organizations, on or about.

August 7: Program Ends

September 4:  Organizations’ notarized verification form due to Bexar County


Art Interns 2019


Bexar County Arts Internship Program 

The Bexar County Arts Internship is a creative workforce development program designed to give undergraduate students meaningful on the job training and experiences working with a non-profit arts organization. 

Students develop a more comprehensive understanding of how the arts benefit our community while practicing real world applications of business skills that increase their confidence in applying them to their career.

Bexar County Arts Internship Program Guidelines 2019

The following Arts organizations and Interns were selected for the Arts Internship grant for 2019.       

Artpace San Antonio - Art Intern, Miriam Angeles Arrey,  BA in Studio art, Anthropology, and Art History, Brandeis University

with Scott Williams, ArtpaceCentro Cultural Aztlan -  Art Intern, Jacob Alexander Henson, St. Mary's University, Communication and Theology

Ruth Guarado , Centro Cultural AztlanChildren's Chorus of San Antonio - Art Intern, Kiyana Saidi-Nejad, Trinity University, Music & Business

Classic Theatre of San Antonio  - Rebekka Broyles - Muhlenberg College, Allentown PA, Theatre





Kacey Roye, Classic Theatre, seated

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center  - Timothy Perez - UTSA, Sociology




Kathy LeMaster, theArtsFund presenting certificate

Gemini Ink - Art Intern, Jamira Richardson, English

Kathy LeMaster, theArtsFund presenting certificate

Magik Theatre - Art Intern Catherine Collier. Fine Arts

Eric Schneeman, Magik Theatre (seated)The Public Theatre of San Antonio -  Carolyn Orosco, San Antonio College, Drama

Jeff Morden(seated), Public TheatreSAY Si - Camryn Blackmon, American University, 

Texas Public Radio - Art Intern, Dominic Walsh, Trinity University, Communication

Dominic Walsh Arts Intern at TPR, Nathan Cone bottom left

 TPR (Nathan Cone, bottom left)



 "I learned a lot this summer, particularly how an arts nonprofit works and how we have to do a lot with a little in terms of money and resources. I’ve gotten really good at asking people for free things, especially my parents. I’ve also worked with so many amazing people who didn’t once yell at me. Most importantly, I’ve reaffirmed many times over the importance of art institutions like Artpace, the positive effect we have on artists and the community, and how necessary a place like Artpace is, where artists can have a space to simply create. My internship at Artpace was an experience I will continue to carry with me and reflect upon."
                                                                    --Joshua Baize, 2017 Summer Intern, Artpace 

Internship Overview:

In 2013, Bexar County Commissioners Court, established an internship program for local nonprofit arts organizations and asked theArtsFund to administer the program.  The annual Internship program provides a grant to ten non-profit arts organizations locally, to hire a college undergraduate student to Intern for 10 weeks over the summer to assist with seasonal or special projects. The program is open to currently enrolled undergraduate college students who are Bexar County residents, attending a college or university in Bexar County or attending a college outside of the county as long as the student is a resident of Bexar County.

Over the 10 weeks during the summer, selected interns work full-time, giving the selected undergraduate students meaningful on the job training and experience working with a nonprofit arts organization.   Selected students will develop a closer understanding of how the arts benefit their community along with real world applications of business skills that can be applied to their careers.

2018 Arts Interns with Judge Nelson Wolff

Arts Organizations

Emma Ahmad

Marissa Ramirez

Xiomara M. Martinez Alejandro

Carrington Quezada

Ellie Crowley

Danielle Trevino

Emma Leigh Myhre

Sarah Jacobs

Grace Ruble

Paul Wilson

& Interns Selected

University of Texas Austin

Oberlin College

UTSA

University of Texas Austin

Southwestern University

Trinity University

Gustavus Adolphus College

Trinity University

William Smith College 

Indiana University

2017 Selected Arts Organizations

Congratulations to the 10 arts organizations that were selected to participate in the Arts Internship program for the summer of 2017. 

Arts Organizations and  Arts Interns that were selected by the chosen organizations were:

Artpace  Joshua Baize Yale University

Centro Cultural Aztlan   Isabela Vasquez St. Mary's University

Children's Chorus of San Antonio  Jorge M. Garza University of Texas at Austin

Classic Theatre  Renelle Wilson Boston University College of Fine Arts

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center   Kristel Orta Puente  San Antonio College

Inspire Community Fine Arts Center  Gabriela Betancourt University of the Incarnate Word

The Playhouse     Gabriel A. Guajardo San Antonio College /UT Austin

SA Film Festival  Sierra Gonzalez University of Texas at Austin SAY Si 

Texas Public Radio  Adrian Carner de Teresa UTSA

2017 Arts Interns with Judge Nelson Wolff

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