LACE SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR GETTY MARROW UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 7, 2021
Since 1993, the Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship program has provided substantive, full-time work opportunities to 3,200 undergraduates, exposing them to potential careers in the arts. Aiming to encourage greater diversity in the professions related to museums and the visual arts, the program funds internships at cultural organizations across Los Angeles, including at the Getty Center and the Getty Villa. The Foundation’s support enables organizations to host students in full-time, paid internships for ten weeks during the summer.
The internships are intended for outstanding students who are members of groups underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts. Students gain experience in key areas such as curatorship, conservation, education, publications, and related programmatic activities. Candidates are sought from all areas of undergraduate study and are not required to have demonstrated a previous commitment to the visual arts.
- Be of a group underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations, including, but not limited to, individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander descent;
- Be currently enrolled undergraduates (bachelor’s degree program, associate’s degree program, or a vocational or technical program below the baccalaureate level). Students must have completed at least one semester or two quarters of college by June 2021. Students who graduated after April 1, 2021 are also eligible. (Students who are enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible.)
- Reside or attend college in Los Angeles County; and
- Be a United States citizen or permanent resident (non-citizen authorized to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis; also known as a “green card” holder). Students with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) status valid through the internship period are also eligible.
Due to the extraordinary circumstances of COVID-19, students who graduated after April 1, 2020 will also be eligible to apply for summer 2021.
The internships are full-time (40 hours/week) positions, each with a stipend of $6,000, for a consecutive ten-week work period between June and August 2021.
Getty Marrow Curatorial Intern
The Getty Marrow Curatorial Intern will work directly with LACE Curator Daniela Lieja Quintanar. The Intern will assist Quintanar with research, curation, production, and marketing for upcoming exhibitions, and will coordinate and produce several digital programs scheduled throughout the summer. The Curatorial Intern will serve as the key liaison between the artist, collaborators, and LACE’s staff.
The Curatorial Intern will manage the public outreach for the exhibitions and public programming, including educational tools for gallery tours, print and digital marketing, and personal outreach to community groups. By being involved in the projects from development to execution, the Intern will learn the conventions and protocols of producing seasonal programs and will learn how to cultivate relationships with artists, curators, and critics working in contemporary art today. They will work with the LACE staff and diverse group of interns, and thus will gain experience as a coordinator on major projects.
This internship is for a student who is interested in learning about the curatorial process and who wants to develop exhibition and event production skills for critically engaged, exploratory, and community-responsive artists. LACE’s summer season coincides with the 10-week internship cycle, which ensures that the intern will experience the various phases of a LACE programming cycle. The intern will participate in weekly staff meetings to understand bigger picture nonprofit structures. The intern will also have access to LACE’s job network, and one-on-one resume building and interview coaching with our Executive Director.
Over the course of this internship, the Curatorial Intern will:
- Engage in curatorial research and planning with the LACE Curator. Collaborate with staff on conceptual and logistical developments for upcoming exhibitions.
- Participate in all aspects of the coordination, production and presentation of LACE’s summer 2021 exhibition installation, including gallery and artwork preparation, researching technical requirements, and responding to requests from artists, technicians, and special contractors.
- Serve as a LACE Gallery Guide team leader who interacts directly with the public and educates visitors about the exhibition. The Curatorial Intern will assist in the development of didactic materials that provide a point of entry to the work on view. They will be involved in the gallery’s opening and closing procedures, as well as general exhibition maintenance.
- Oversee photographic and digital documentation of events and installations. This will include preparing and uploading digital documentation and related artist’s materials to the LACE website, and in-depth involvement in social media platforms.
- Promote LACE programs and initiate community outreach in alliance with LACE’s communication efforts.
- Participate in the evaluation of LACE’s programs by surveying LACE visitors to assess the depth and quality of public interaction.
The primary supervisor of the Curatorial Intern will be the LACE Curator Daniela Lieja Quintanar. LACE’s Curator will provide direction and support in communications, production, and curatorial work. Daniela Lieja Quintanar has both directly and indirectly supervised Getty Marrow interns since her hire in 2016 and continues to serve as a mentor for alumni of the program.
LACE staff will act as the human resources contact to train the intern in areas of office procedures. The first week of the internship will include an orientation to the facility, members of the staff, technical equipment and data-entry procedures, phone, office, and gallery protocol, as well as a historical overview of the organization and its upcoming programs and events. In addition to weekly check-in meetings with the student’s primary supervisor, there will be a 5-week mid-term review and a presentation to the staff at the end of the internship.
How to Apply:
Click here to access the online application
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 7, 2021
Getty Marrow Communications and Marketing Intern
The Getty Marrow Communications and Marketing Intern will work directly with the LACE Executive Director and Curator to coordinate all digital and print marketing for the upcoming summer 2021 exhibition Intergalactix: against isolation/ contra el aislamiento, and will serve as key liaison for all press and academic inquiries. The Communications and Marketing intern will work collaboratively to create original digital content for LACE’s social media, website, and email marketing.
This internship provides an opportunity to engage with diverse curators, artists, and a vast archival collection firsthand. The intern will learn to project manage effectively and independently, and develop original content for multiple social media channels. Collaborating with LACE staff, the intern will create new strategies for audience development. The intern will also be responsible for producing LACE’s weekly marketing emails and coordinating press tours.
In addition to marketing duties, the intern will work closely with the Curatorial Intern to produce several public programs throughout the summer season. Together the interns will work with the curators, artists, and collaborators on a series of mass cycling events across Los Angeles, youth workshops, and more. The intern will participate in weekly staff meetings to understand bigger picture nonprofit structures. The intern will also have access to LACE’s job network, and one-on-one resume building and interview coaching with our Executive Director.
This internship is for a student who is looking to learn more about digital marketing and communications strategies at a nonprofit arts organization, and who wants to explore integrating historical legacy with contemporary practices. The intern will work with all LACE staff members, artists, and curators, and should be comfortable with team collaboration. Students interested in social media, contemporary art history, and public relations are encouraged to apply. Ideally, the intern has experience with Adobe Suite, social media platforms (including Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook), WordPress, and Microsoft Office. The intern should be a competent writer, have excellent attention to detail, and enjoy creative content-making.
Over the course of the internship the Communications and Marketing Intern will:
- Produce unique social media campaigns for LACE’s summer and fall exhibitions.
- Coordinate the organization and digitization of select print materials to be integrated into the improved Archive Library on the LACE website.
- Manage all press and academic inquiries.
- Work with LACE staff to coordinate production and marketing strategies for all public programming.
- Conduct community outreach to student groups, academics, and press.
- Ensure proper documentation for all current LACE events and exhibitions to continually add to the archives.
- Update LACE’s website and weekly newsletters for all summer programming and exhibitions.
The primary supervisor will be LACE Executive Director, Sarah Russin. LACE staff will act as the human resources contact to train the intern in areas of office procedures. The first week of the internship will include an orientation to the facility, members of the staff, technical equipment and data-entry procedures, phone, office, and gallery protocol, as well as a historical overview of the organization and its upcoming programs and events. In addition to weekly check-in meetings with the student’s primary supervisor, there will be a 5-week mid-term review and a presentation to the staff at the end of the internship.
The intern will learn about preserving the institutional record of LACE, and making this history accessible through the LACE website and social media platforms. S/he will also gain valuable introductions to seminal artists within LACE’s history, as well as contemporary art. This internship is for a student who is interested in web development, social media management, public programming, archival research, and the preservation and communication of institutional history.
How to Apply:
Click here to access the online application
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 7, 20211
LACE is supported by a network of apprentices who have helped staff, organize, and sustain the space. Are you a former LACE apprentice / intern? Not on the list? Contact email@example.com to add your name!
LACE is supported by a network of apprenticeships who have helped staff, organize, and sustain the space:
A Rachel Aberly, Julie Adler, Ginette Aelony, David Agnew, Solumto Akabueze (2015), Julia Allegretti (2019), Adrian Alfaro (2017), Franny Alswang, Angel Alvarado (Getty MUI – Curatorial Intern 2014), Marcos Alvarez, Kate Amend, Ruth Andal, Joy Anderson, Nina Anderson, Richard Anderson, Amelia Anthony (2015), Bob Anthony, Sara Antoine, Janeth Aparicio (2019 Getty Marrow Communications Intern) Zoe Arden, Ami Arnault, Katie Arntzen, Jason Ash, Michele Asselin (1991), Anthony Ausgang, Carlos Austin, Robert Avedissian, Ethan Ayer,
B Zdenek Balcarek, Fiona Ball (2014), Jennifer Baltazar, Brian Baltin, Thea Banlancker, Larissa Bank, Polly Baranco, Tiffany Barber, Majorie Barton, Marcus Bastida, Gail Bates, Tyler Batson, Stephen D. Batte, M. Kathy Bazar, Valerie Bazin (2016),Clara Baxter (2017), Jared Baxter (2011), Hailey Beaman (2015), Adrian Becker, Kathleen Beckett, Jonathan Belli, Carolie Bengochea, Deborah Berger, Lili Berler, Meegan Bevere, Topanga Bird, Kelly Bishop, Sylva Blackstone, Nathan Blake, Charlotte Bliss, Mitch Block, Krystal Boehlert, Barbara Boland, Jane Bolton, Elizabeth Bottum, Stephanie Boyer (2016), Susan Braig, Mark Bradford, Camilla Brangstrom, Marie Brayman, Luiza Brenner (2015), Pete Breza, Elizabeth Brooke (2016), Laurie Brown, Kurt Brown, Mitch Browning, Mary Bruce, Kavin Buck, Bridgette Buday, Jenny Byun (2016)
C Jeff Cain, Kristen Calabrese, Diane Calder, Tim Caldwell, Christie Calucchia (2016), Liza Camba, Carolyn Campbell, Giancarlos Campos (2016), James Candice (2018), Thomas Cannon, Loretta Cantiari, Dwight Carey (2017),Claire Carvounis (2020), Pamela Casey, Franco Castilla, Jackie Castillo (Getty MUI Curatorial Intern), Christopher Cave,Israel Cedillo, Sarin Cemcem (2017), Gab Chabran, Cathy Chan, Jeana Chang, Christina Chanhal, Zoe Chao, Dan Chapman, Terry Chatkupt, Paul Chavez, Muhe Chen (2018), Michelle Cho (2014), Jinseok Choi, Sora Cin, Tess Clark (2015), Lee Cline, Lisa Cloudy, Cassandra Coblentz, Deborah Coito, Abigail Coleman (2014), Bob Colin, Mary Collins, Joe Collins, Lisa Cone-Meinke, David Contreras, Patrick Couch, Dana Courtley, Jill Covell, Tracy Covill, Carol Cowley, Llewelyn Crain, Sarah Crowner, Clark Crump, Patti Cunha, Wes Cuttler, Susie Czerner,
D Bob Dale, Becky Dame-Seidler (2014), Kai Daniels (Getty MUI – Curatorial Intern 2016), Lee Danziger, Denise Davis, Drew Davis (2015), Scott Davis, Jennifer Dayco, Julia Deamer, Sylvia De La Baume (2015), Lena Degteva, Mark Deischter, Michael Delgado, Santiago Delgado, Esther Delgado, Ric Delgado, John Demar, John Demos, Corinne Deno-Walde, Michelle DePacker, Gina D’Errico, Loretta D’Errico, Jackie Derner, Joseph Di Mattia, Sue Dorman, John Drury, Claudia Duenas, Kevin K. Duffie, Mike Dukes, Bridget DuLong, Craig Alan Dunham, Jai Dunlap, Brad Dunning, Sam Durant, Jim Durney,
E Phyllis Eakins, Margaret A Ecker, Michael Edelstein, Renée Edgington, Roberta Eichenberg, Janet Eicher, Susana El Parks, Lawrence Elbert, Joshua Elias, Oscar Elinzondo, Pedro Elinzondo, Ans and Stuart Ellis, Jim Ellis, Dwight Elstner, Gregory Elwood, Jeff Encinas, Ruben Esparza, Richard Espinoza, Dave Evans,
F Rochelle Fabb, Barry Fahr, Maximilian Moss Familian, Cecilia Fanconi, Perry Farrell, Lucia Farrow (2019), Susane Fellinger, Lyn Player Fenster, Lynn Mayer Fenster, Andrew Ferguson (2019), Carol Flanagan, Gaye Flyer, Christopher Ford, Alyssa Forsyth (2018), Joseph A. Foster, Mary Jo Fox (2017), Anais Franco (2019) Stephanie Franco (2017), Lynn Frangos, Jackie Freedman, Andrew Freire (2015), Zehao Fu, Kira Fuchs,
G Julie Gaeta, Tera Galanti, Nidhi Gandhi (2015), Adolfo Garcia (2017), Shannon Garcia, Nicole Garton, Emma Gary (2015), Teri Gast, Sarah Gavlak, Victoria Genao (2018), Eric Gero, Robert Gero, Lisa Gewerth, Jay Gibson, Mark Gibson, Mia Gilbert (2017), Virginia Gilbert, Jennifer Gill, Cecily Gilman, Michael Giroch, Mike Glass, Harrison Glazier (2018), Kim Glosserman, Lisa Glosserman, Martha Godfrey, Gabrielle Goldaper, Marty Goldberg, Brett Goldstone, John Gonzalez, Monica Gonzalez, Tania Gonzalez-Ortega, Bob Gorman, Mark Grady, Celia Grail, Grant Gray, Amy Green, Taft Green, Tony Green, Curtis Green, Curtis Greene, Laurel Gregory (2016, 2017), Randy Griffin, Terri Grimmett, Hannah Grossman (2015), Stefan Gruber, Gayle Guftason, Joe Guidice, Tom Guiton, Victor Guzman (2014), Michelle Guy, Lila Gyory (2015),
H Paul H-O, Chris Haaga, Victoria Haas (2014), Omar Hassan (2019), Shana Hafner (2014), Audrey Hall, Linda Hammett, Clarissa Hampton (2015), Nadine Hanley (2017), Kerry Hannawell, Jim Hardy, Hugh Hardyman, Maitland Hardyman, David Hargrove, Larry Harris, Paul Harris, Ina Harshberger, Susan Hartman, Debbre Harvis, Gordon Hayes, Sedona Heidinger (2017), Michelle Heinman, Wendy Heldmann, Mickey Henderson (2016), Peter Henry (2020), Samantha Hensel (2016), John Henson, Arianne Hernandez, Scott Hessels, Kouwron Hepburn, Buddy Hernandez, Ambrose Hickman (2015), Dean Hitchcock, Rania Ho, Esselle Hoehshellwatsun, Virginia Hoge, Allyson Hollingsworth, Dennis Hollingworth, Jihye Hong (2016), Marilyn Honig, Judith Hopleins, Polly Anne Hornbeck, Kelly Hoshimoto, Louie Hopkins, Genie Houawmn, Lowery Houston (2017), David Huffman, Jeanne Huffman, Sherri Hunt, Amanda Hunter, Ken Hurbert, Brad Hwang,
I Laura Im (2016, 2017), Bambi Ingram, Antonio Iniguez, Sasha Isaac-Young, Brit Isaak (2015), Sara Isett, Letitia Ivins,
J Amy Jackson, Jamie Jameson, Danielle Janecek, Karl J. Janson, Joe Jarrell, Jim Jenkins, Joe Jerrell, Roscoe Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Debbe T. Johnson, Merritt Jones, Tory Jones, Ellen Joo,
K Sharon Kagen, Anastasia Kahn (2016), Eric Kahn, Raven Kaliski (2015), Coffee Kang (2017), Leslie Kanno, Fowzia Karimi, Karyn, Ivan Kasimoff, Annie Katata, Amanda Katz (2014), Kim Kaufman, Bill Kelley, Maureen Kelley, Simon Kelly, Nick Kersulis, P. Kennedy, Anika Kent (2015), Rebecca Kheel, Rebecca Kheel, Raunak Khosla, Sharon Kim (2014), Soomin Kim (2016), Stephanie King, Brian King, Kristina Kite, Ian Klein (2014), David Kobosa-Munro, Sally Koenig, Anna Kolacny, Joseph Konieczny (2017), Celeste Korthase, Brigitte Kouo, Marc Kreisel, Mark Kroening, Kelaine Kuale, Richard Kuhlenschmidt, Zara Kuredjian (2014, 2015)
L Wally Lab, Brandon LaBelle, Caja Lacum, Teri Lacy (2008), Beth Lake, Susan Lash, Marion Lane, Jan Langer, Katherine Laursen (2014), Kimberly Lawson, Rick Lazzarini, Clifford LeCuyer, Carol Lee, Jim Lee, Jennifer Lee, Ji Won Lee, Michelle Lee, Rochelle Lee, Steve Lehmer, Judy Leiff, Nestor Lemus, Gary Leonard, Susy Leonard, Paul Levenhaben, Hilary Levine, Mariska Leyssius, Mengning Li, Laura Lin, Lucy Lin, Crystal Liu (2016), Diana Linden, Jimmy Lizama, David Lloyd, Neven Lochhead (2016), Lorraine Lomeli, Biz Lopez, Jocelyn Lopez (2017), Julee Lorton, Leslie Lowder, Rochelle Lozada, April Lu, Julia Lu (2017), Emilio Luarca (2015, 2016), Erica Luedtke (2017), Madeline Luisa De La Cancela (2019), Renee Lung, Dani Morelle Lyles, Scott Lynk, Vicky Lynn, Jon Lyon,
M Rikki Madrigal, Sherry Mahboubian (2018), Joan Mahoney, Mike Mahoney, Anthony Malecki, Jayne Manuel (2015), Camila Marambio, Mari Marao, Joella March, Leslie Marcus, Sophie Maresh (2015), Roberta Margolis, Hannah Marie-Hanmer (2015), Andrew Markoff, Natalie Marsh, Annie Martens (2016), Robert Martin, Kent Martin, Virginia Martinez, Anita Marto, Alexandra Mason, Rachel Mason, Ricardo Matthews, Don McAurther, Ann McNamara, Rita McBride, Michael McCall, Christy McCormick, Meghann McCrory, Betty McDonald, Megan McFarland, Abby McGhee, Richard McLaughlin, Reed McMillen, Lora McPhail, Susan McWhinney, Tim Meadows, Anna Medina, Michael Meert, Sarana Mehra, Chris Meinke, Moj Mehr-Asa (2016), Louise Melon (2018), Herbert Mendoza, Monica Meza, Thom Michaels, Lee Michel, David Mihelarakis, David Miller, Bob Miller, Gita Millitary, John Mills, Sydney Minkler, Anne Mirch, Lisa Mischini, Akemi Mitsumuori, Denise Monaghan, Jon Monroe, Jose Montano, Julie Moon, Diane Mooney, Mabel Moore, Mario Morales, Clarissa Morales, Elizabeth Morehouse, Chizu Morihara, Jimena Moronitas (2019), Savannah Morra (2016), Courtney Morris, Mary Morton, Koki Morton, Carissa Mosley (2017), Robert Moss, James Mowry, Sandeep Muhkerjee, Sergio Munoz,
N Steven Nagler, Alan Nakagawa, Jonathan Nanda Lilkeblad, Dominque Narciso, Nari, Shelly Naso, Jack Nault, Davis Neves, Laura Newton, Robert Nichols,Yinchen Niu, Mary Beth Noble, Fumiko Nobuoka (2015), Al Nodal, Erica Nordfors, Michael Noritch, Michael Nye,
O Susan Olds, Thomas O’Leary, Jaime Olmos, Joe Ortiz, John Ortiz, Lucia Ortiz (2015), Paloma Ortiz-Scott (Getty MUI – Curatorial Intern, 2017), Sabina Ott,
P Paul Paffi, Paul Paggi, Laurel Paley, Tiffany Palm, Kris Panagiotis, Theresa Papnikolos, Dennis Dino Paredes, Jason Park (2016), Juhyun Park (2016), So Jung Park (2016, 2017), Alicia Parker, Caitlin Parker, Claire Parsons, Bridget Pavich, Jenny Pearce, Cara Pearson, Michelle Pedraza, Melissa Pelico, Debbie Pelton, Elizabeth Pence, Dawn Pentecost, Amanda Perea (2017), David Perez (2017), Kira Perov, Cathy Perrillo, Brennen Perry, Eric Peterson, Dakota Peterson (2019), Kerry Peterson, Beatrice Petropoulos-White, Ann Pickles, Barbara Pickles, Lora Pierce, Sarah Pierce, Katya Pikhoya (2016), Antonia-Maria Platzer (2019), Peg Pollack, Jessica Pompei, Mary Anna Pomonis, Angelus Portillus (2017), Jill Poyourow, Miles Preston-Clark (2016), Lisa Prichard, Roseanna Privitera, Shana Punim,
Q Astrid Quay, Gladys Quintero (2015), Vanessa Quintero (2018),
R Robert J. Rados, Nastaran Rahnama, Irene Ramirez (2019), Krystal Ramirez (Getty MUI Communications and Marketing Intern), Marc Ramos, Linda Ramos, Darrell Randazzo, Amy Randolph, Hannah Rasekhi (2019), Jessica Rath, Maureen Raynor, Tanner Reckling (2017), Robert Redecker, Annie Reiniger, Jonathan Reiss, Devin Rench, Jim Reva, Liza Reyes, Dont Rhine, Laura Riboli, Mark Richardson, Melinda Ring, Rick Ripley, Gabriel Ritter, Nikki Roach (2019), Troyese Robinson (Getty MUI – Archives Intern 2016), Aurelia Rodman, Corey Roederer, Kathleen Rogan, Gabriel Rojas (2015), Nicholas Romano (2017), Lana Rosen (2014), Julie Rosenberg, Marina Rosenfeld, Judi Russell, David Ross, Doug Ross, Mike Rozsa, Lisa Rubin, Amy Runyen, Juliane Russo (2014), Kristine Russell, Rand Ryan, Lisa Ryle, Kylie Ryu (2016)
S Dorothee Sailard (2019), Sintija Saldabol (2018), Frank Salmone, Dominica Salvatore, Serena Sampson, John Sanger, Paul Sanoian, Joe Santarromana, David Schafer, Sophie Schoenfeld (2017), Sherri Schottlaender, Bill Schubert, David Schulman, Gary Schwartz, Susan Schwartz-Braig, June Scott, Tracy Scott, Laura Searles (2017), Seth Seiderman, Nicole Shaffer, Annie Shaw, Irina Shelovski, Yinzhu Shen (2019), V. Sherer, Vita Sherin-Jones (2019), Megan Sherwood, Aaron Sherer, Steve Shipper, Catherine Shores, Tom Siegle, Cassandra Simon, Gay Skeer, Jay Skeer, Sydney Skora (2019), Scott Skully, Juan Silverio (2019 Getty Marrow Curatorial Intern) Amy Simms, Cassandra Simon, Stephanie Sleiman (2016), Daryll Smith, Dave Smith, Dean Smith, Harriet Sherry Smith, Paige Snell, Sofia Smith (2018), Lisa Soccio, Ann Sotello, Dan Southerland, John Souza, Sue Spaid, Ivan Spane, Laura Speck, Robin Spector, Erin Spence, Sally Spiro, Mary Beth Spivak, Gigi Spratley, Margaret Squires, Heather Stagl, Laura Stec, Karen Steffani (2011-2012) Morgan Stein, Gary Stella, Allison Stera, Allison Stewart, Miyo Stevens, Allison Stewart, Ev Stone, George Stone, Annie Story-Hannon, Wayne Stratton, Allison Stuart, Emily Sulzer (2014), Xunzhi Sun (2018), Sylvie Sutton (2019), Snigdha Suvarna (2017), Torene Svitil, John Swanger, Stuart Sweezey,
T Mariam Tabatabaee (2014), Kathy Tanney, Michael Tansey, Jenn Tang (2016), Sonia Tarrish, Carina Taylor (2015), Alexis Teplin, Luther Thie, Owen Thoman, Ana Thomas (2015), Tomy Thomas, Andrew Sheridan Thompson, Pamela Thompson, Benjamin Tippin (2015), Susan Tobin, Rebecca Todd, Gary Todd, Shelli Tollman, Siobhan Tolochko, Sabrina Tom, Brianna Tomlin (2017), Dana Torrey, Monica Townsend, Amanda Toy, Rachel Travers, Vivienne Tran, Anna Tregurtha (2018), Lia Trinka-Browner (2005), Raquel Trujillo, Irene Tsatsos, Shirley Tse, Kathleen Tully, Christien Tuttle, Monica Tzeng,
U Carrie Ungerman, Marie Unini,
V Jill Vacarra, Cindy Vallejo (2016), Jim VanTyne, Monica Vargas (2019-20), Marcella Vasconcellos, Cherry Vascoucelles, Mario Vasquez, Sara Velas, Ines Venturini, Kaelyn Victoria (2019), João Vieira (2019), Rebekah Villacorta (2019-20), Miha Vipotnik, Sarah Vogwill, Nicola Voss,
W Lauren Walser, Krista Walter, Kate Warren, Archie Washington, Jasmin Washington, Katrina Weber, Laura Weekes, Lisa Weger, Gisi Weibel, Jonathan Weider, Rachel Weinstein (2020), Rob Weiss, Kathy Weiss, Mark Wheaton, Samantha Whitaker, Ben White, Olive White, Tom White, Pamela White, Michael Whitmore, Vanessa Wiedler (2017-18), Lori Wierzbicki, Pilar Wiley, Marianne Williams, Daren Willis, Savannah Wills (2019), Michael Wilson, Rachel Wiseman, Wolf, Chris Wormald (2012), Alexa Wong (2016), Lee Wong, Orlando Wong, Phillomina Wong (2016), Pamela Woodbridge, Schuyler Wrobel,
X Rui Xu, Feilbe Xyzsa Quintas (2018),
Y Cat Yang (Getty MUI- Curatorial Intern 2015), Edward Yang, Illene Yankowski, Liz Young, Gail Youngquist,
Z Reggie Zachary, Sophie Zanders (2016), Marielos Zeka, Jason Zevin, Ann (Lvwenyu) Zhang (2020), April Zhang (2014),Mark Zhang (2019), Beatrix Zilenskas, Natalie Zimmerman.