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Internship/Research Opportunity at MOCA for 2024-25

Beginning Fall Semester 2024, and running through Spring Semester 2025, MOCA has two paid internship positions available, intended to give the opportunity for UNF students to participate and support scholarly research related to the upcoming exhibition at MOCA Jacksonville, called “The Armory South: The 1924 Jacksonville Woman’s Club Exhibition Rediscovered.”

As part of MOCA’s 100 year anniversary events, UNF professor Dr. Scott P. Brown has been researching a forgotten but seminal Modernist exhibition mounted in March 1924 by the Woman’s Club of Jacksonville and the newly founded Jacksonville Fine Arts Society (now MOCA). The exhibition included nearly 200 works by more than eighty cutting edge Modernist artists, including George Ault, Peggy Bacon, Charles DeMuth, John Dos Passos, Wood Gaylor, Marsden Hartley, Thomas Hart Benton, Walt Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and many more. The Armory South will reassemble core works from this 1924 exhibition that in many ways marked the beginning of Modern art in the South.

Submissions accepted through August 9. Please see the application link below. The selected students will garner a stipend of $1,000 per term. The internship may be taken as a directed independent study for academic credit.

For a full description of the internship, please click here to review the Armory Fellows Internship on the MOCA Jacksonville website. 

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