BeMA Conservation and Restoration Internship
The Beirut Museum of Art, BeMA is offering 2 full-time paid internships for individuals residing in Lebanon to work with BeMA’s restoration team.
Minimum duration: 1 year
The Lebanese Ministry of Culture has loaned in perpetuity their Art Collection to the Beirut Museum of Art (BeMA) as the basis of BeMA’s permanent collection.
With over 3,000 works in the collection, spanning from the 19th Century to the present day, it offers a unique glimpse into the history of Lebanese Art.
Since 2017, this collection has been subject to restoration and conservation.
The future museum will house a state-of-the-art Conservation Lab on a mission to continue the preservation of the collection as well as be a regional center of excellence for art conservation.
To be eligible, you must have at least a BA degree in art, art history, chemistry, museology or in a field relevant to the internship.
Terms Of The Internships
• The internship is part time 3days/week.
• The intern will learn how to evaluate, technically examine, perform, and document treatment on selected damaged artworks entrusted to BeMA.
Note: This internship will not certify you as a restorer, however it’s often a prerequisite of specialized academic restoration programs if you wish to pursue your studies.
How to Apply
Applicants Are Required To Submit:
• Motivation Letter in no more than 500 words
• A Curriculum Vitae
• Photocopy of ID or Passport
• University degrees and transcripts
• Shortlisted Applicants will be contacted for interviews during the 1st week of September
• Internships will start beginning of October