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Centre for Print Research
Research Internship

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About the Research Internship

We have an opportunity for one intern to support the management of the Centre for Print Research's Editions collection, that features a range of early career and established international artists, ensuring a diverse range of artworks and approaches when realising ideas in print. This includes a programme of residencies, exhibitions, talks, workshops/CPD, hires and Edition sales.

Number of roles: 


Deadline for application:

30 June 2023.

Main purpose of role

The Centre for Print Research Edition collection includes artwork from internationally acclaimed artists such as Sir Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton. We have a track record of engagement in multi-partner collaborations to deliver exhibitions forging and sustaining external partnerships and collaborative activities that are regional, national and international. Our strategy prioritises continued participation in complex collaborations that often involve more than one external business/third sector organisations plus other HEIs. 

This post is to support our work to archive the collection, increase our partners through the development of a touring exhibition, delivery of CPD courses over the summer, and promotion of the collection via our website and social media.

What would you be doing?

The intern will be working in a highly interdisciplinary and fast paced environment collaborating with colleagues from art, craft, science, design and industry, all contributing to the collective work and output of the group. 

The intern will:

  • Help with checking the archive of physical prints at Bower Ashton campus, learning conservation and archival techniques, materials and skills for museum quality storage of paper and mixed media artworks.

  • Support the preparation of a touring exhibition of editioned print works and art works arising from artists' residences at the CFPR. 

  • Promote the Editions programme, maintain the Editions website and physical and online collection archive, as well as advertising and sales of editioned artworks; marketing and promoting the Editions programme to a wider audience.

  • Support the delivery of a programme of summer CPD courses.

  • Collect key data for evaluation of the programme.

Where is the opportunity based?

This is a split campus role between Bower Ashton and Frenchay.




  • GCSE Maths & English.


  • Qualification in an art and design based subject.

Knowledge, Skills, Competencies and Experience


  • Use of social media and checking for accuracy. 


  • Graphic design skills and uploading content to websites/social media plus an interest in fine art.

Recruitment process

Please submit a CV and covering letter to Joanna Montgomery at

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