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Rosemary Magee Arts Fellowship

The Rosemary Magee Arts Fellowship engages recent Emory College graduates who majored or minored in an arts discipline for a one to two year appointment with Emory Arts. Artists and creatives interested in arts administration, marketing, event planning, and student engagement are encouraged to apply. The 2024-2025 appointment application deadline is December 22, 2023 at 5 p.m. Contact with any questions about the fellowship or application process.



Marketing & PR Responsibilities
  • Represent Emory Arts during Orientation events & at Wonderful Wednesdays
  • Create student-oriented fliers for arts events and Emory Arts programming
  • Conceive and implement social media content and campaigns on Emory Arts social media, such as coverage of student events, campus events, and more
  • Write and edit press releases and news stories
  • Aid in maintaining Emory Arts press calendar
  • Assist with creating content for and managing the Emory Arts biweekly newsletter, including suggesting student artists to feature; and be aware of and share arts events on campus to feature
Student initiatives
  • Assist in the planning of Emory Arts events, like the annual Wonderful Wednesday
  • Assist with directing the STIPE Society of Creative Scholars
  • Work with The Career Center to plan and execute career development programming for arts students
  • Serve as an Emory Arts representative, coordinator and liaison with student clubs and student-facing campus departments and offices
Administrative/Office Duties
  • Assist with special projects, research, and administrative needs for Emory Arts, arts departments, and programs
  • Assist with the running and development of Artslab, a visual arts studio initiative for all students on campus. This could involve maintaining a budget, scheduling work study students’ hours, and planning events for the space
  • Assist with the running and development of The Music Den, a free access space for music gear in addition to practice space
Personal Project

The Rosemary Magee Fellow develops a personal project during their time of service. This project should serve the arts community on campus and is not limited to a particular arts medium. Previous projects include creating career panels for queer artist development and networking; installing and running a gallery in the Career Center; creating Artslab, a visual arts studio initiative for all students in Cox Hall. The project can be short or long term but should be impactful for the arts community on campus.

Additional Information

A large percentage of the intern's assignments involve writing, organizing and communicating (especially phone calls and email) to colleagues or constituents on and off-campus/within and beyond Emory Arts. Regular work hours are 9 - 5 Monday through Friday, plus special events. Flexibility in work schedule may be provided when arranged with the supervisor in advance.


$40,000 annually, plus insurance benefits.


Emory College students/alumni who have graduated or will graduate between May 2022 and May 2024 with a major(s) and/or minor(s) in Theater, Music, Dance, IVAC, Film & Media, Art History and/or Creative Writing


  • Exceptional writing, communications, research, time-management, and organization skills
  • Knowledge and interest in marketing and communication with undergraduate student demographic
  • Strong background, interest, and knowledge of the arts, especially Emory Arts
  • Self-starter with proven ability to take initiative and complete projects
  • Direct experience with multiple arts disciplines and Emory Arts departments preferred
  • Positions in this classification may have various lifting requirements up to 20 pounds and require the ability to bend, stoop and twist
  • A valid driver's license and consistent access to an insured, reliable vehicle

Application Instructions

In addition to their resume and two letters of recommendation, applicants must submit a cover letter addressing how their experience as an Arts student on campus informs and inspires their vision for future student engagement with Emory Arts. The 2024-2025 appointment application deadline is December 22, 2023 at 5 p.m. Contact with any questions about the fellowship or application process.