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Nationwide Cohort for the Variety in Arts Management (DIAL) Internship Program Chosen for 2022 – 30 years of DIAL

Nationwide Cohort for the Variety in Arts Management (DIAL) Internship Program Chosen for 2022 – 30 years of DIAL

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People for the Arts and its companions—New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Metro Arts: Nashville Office of Arts and Culture, Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Arts Connect International, and United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County—are thrilled to announce the interns chosen for the thirtieth yr of the Variety in Arts Management (DIAL) program.

With equitable arts management on the middle, the Diversity in Arts Leadership internship program supplies undergraduate college students from various backgrounds who’ve a profession curiosity in arts and cultural fairness a hands-on introduction to working within the arts sector throughout a 10-week summer season internship. By specializing in a wholesome, vibrant, and equitable arts ecosystem, interns are interwoven throughout the arts and tradition group and plugged right into a cohort of discipline leaders, mentors, and different cultural practitioners. Altogether, the DIAL community commits to steady studying and advancing of a extra equitable arts ecosystem. 

The 2022 cohort of interns are provided:

  • A piece placement at an arts and tradition group in certainly one of six nationwide places: Nashville, Southern New Jersey, Boston, Sarasota, Raleigh, and New York Metropolis
  • $4,500 pre-tax summer season work stipend
  • 30+ hours {of professional} improvement workshops, arts actions, facilitated discussions, and extra
  • Particular person mentor pairing
  • Entry to the nationwide DIAL intern cohort and sturdy DIAL alumni community

From 360 purposes obtained from candidates all through the nation, 39 have been chosen to take part for this summer season’s program. Learn on for the impeccable checklist of interns and study extra about them (and their mentors) on the DIAL Internship Experience Archive.

New Jersey

  • Vanessa Arteaga (she/her), a senior visible arts main with a minor in communications research at Montclair State College
  • Yuri Kim (she/her), a rising junior at Bates Faculty the place she is pursuing her double majors of rhetoric, movie, and display screen research and studio artwork
  • Shefali Sahay (she/her), a junior at Rutgers College in New Brunswick majoring in visible arts
  • Dana Slotterback (she/her), a rising senior at The Faculty of New Jersey, majoring in advantageous arts
  • Judy Xie (she/her), sophomore at Columbia College in New York, NY (Class of 2024) majoring in English/artistic writing with a focus in statistics


  • Sai Clayton, a visible artist based mostly in Nashville, Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts in visible arts with minors in Japanese and dance from Center Tennessee State College
  • Julia Reparip (she/her) a rising senior at Vanderbilt College’s Blair Faculty of Music
  • Michayla George, a rising sophomore on the illustrious Tennessee State College the place she is pursuing a level in enterprise administration
  • Vinh Quang Huynh, finding out a BFA diploma at Columbus State College graduating in 2024
  • Harlequine Clay, a senior at Fisk College pursuing a bachelor’s diploma in music training
  • Lalena Younger, a sophomore attending Tennessee State College pursuing music training with a focus in instrumental musical and a enterprise minor
  • TC (they/them), designer, artist, and innovator born and raised in Memphis and moved to Nashville for college
  • Torrance Buntyn Jr., who obtained a Bachelor of Science in music training from Tennessee State College and will likely be furthering his training to get a Grasp of Music diploma in percussion efficiency at Southern Methodist College


  • Yadira Gonzalez (she/her), a music scholar from the State Faculty of Florida, planning to check music enterprise at Florida Atlantic College
  • Jordyn Caldwell (she/her), presently ending her ultimate yr at George Mason College finding out movie and media
  • Lauren David (she/her), a New Faculty of Florida senior who’s enthusiastic about group and artwork, minoring in museum research and majors in environmental research with a deal with city research and the setting
  • Sierra Schumann (they/them), a multimedia artist from Los Angeles County, California, and a present scholar on the Ringling Faculty of Artwork and Design majoring in illustration
  • Jonathan Lee (any pronouns), a Guatemalan-American performing artist initially from Chicago based mostly in Sarasota, and an incoming junior at New Faculty of Florida finding out theatre and dance


  • Celine Voyard (they/she), a Boston-based group organizer of Haitian and Japanese ancestry, a present senior at UMass Boston majoring in labor research, and minor in human rights, [email protected] research, and cinema research
  • Kay Brown (she/her), a South Carolinian and a part of the Mount Holyoke Faculty class of 2023 majoring in vital social thought
  • Ruzhen ‘Anna’ Zhang (she/they), a primary era school scholar finding out historical past and museum research at UMass Amherst
  • Ayana Boyd, a rising junior at Brown College, concentrating in trendy tradition and media on the Apply Monitor with a certificates in engaged scholarship
  • Elliot Charis Haugen (he/they), a theater artist from the Twin Cities, Minnesota

Raleigh and Wake County

  • Jahleesa Phelps, a senior finding out enterprise entrepreneurship with a minor in sociology at North Carolina A&T State College
  • Sabrina Tian, a rising junior at Wesleyan College pursuing majors in artwork historical past and East Asian research with a focus in political financial system
  • Alhanna Del Carmen Cancel-Roman, a freshman finding out inside structure on the College of North Carolina at Greensboro 
  • Devon Thompson, a junior enterprise administration main with a minor in management research on the College of Tennessee, Knoxville 
  • Lauren Dotson, a rising third yr on the College of Chicago finding out artistic writing and significant race & ethnic research

New York Metropolis

  • Tyler Anderson (he/him/any in good religion), a third-year scholar at Slippery Rock College in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania pursuing a double main in dance and trendy languages and cultures (focus: Skilled Spanish)
  • Antonio De La Vega (he/him), a senior at The New Faculty’s Faculty of Performing Arts the place he plans to obtain a BFA in drama, alongside a Grasp’s in arts administration in 2024
  • Daisy Friedman (she/her), a freshman on the College of California, Los Angeles majoring in movie and tv with a minor in incapacity research
  • Sumin Hwang (she/her), a current graduate from Rice College with levels in artwork historical past and visible artwork
  • Brandon Karagozian (he/they), a sophomore at Pomona Faculty majoring in public coverage evaluation with a focus in gender and ladies’s research with a minor in dance efficiency
  • Jazzmin Imani Cox-Cáceres (she/her), a rising senior at Brown College finding out visible arts and psychology
  • Gladys Mbugua (she/her), a current graduate of Mount Holyoke Faculty the place she majored in architectural research and minored in human geography with a spotlight in metropolis processes
  • Melanie Millo (she/her), a junior at Florida State College finding out music remedy with a minor in music entrepreneurship
  • Rosa Schembari (she/her), a senior at Fordham College Lincoln Heart finding out new media digital design, with double minors in visible arts and advertising and marketing
  • Erin Simmonds (she/they), a sophomore ladies’s research main at Spelman Faculty
  • Victoria Thomas (she/her), a freshman at Amherst Faculty majoring in movie and media research

The 2022 cycle of the Variety in Arts Management internship program is made attainable by the beneficiant assist of an nameless donor, Howard Gilman Basis, Mertz Gilmore Basis, Kutya Main Basis, and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.

Fascinated with studying extra in regards to the DIAL program? Go to the program page or contact Keya Crenshaw, Manager of Equitable Workforce Development, for extra info. 

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