Drexel students with Federal Work Study funds can apply to work at the Pearlstein Gallery. Our staff gains an understanding of the day-to-day work of supporting a contemporary art organization through hands-on professional experience. From visitor services to graphic design, we offer a range of projects that are an asset to our staff members’ professional development. The ideal candidate is an outgoing self-starter with a passion for arts. In addition to daily responsibilities, our team-members have the opportunity to attend and staff a range of special programs at the gallery. With rotating exhibitions, film screenings, dance performances, writing workshops and more, the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery is a great place to work on campus.
If interested, please provide a cover letter expressing your interest and a current resume.
If you are not a Federal Work-Study student and would like to get involved, The Leonard Pearlstein Gallery welcomes any matriculated Drexel student as a volunteer! Volunteers may take on a variety of tasks dependent on their skill-set and interests. Hours can be extremely flexible. Some volunteer responsibilities include:
- Monitoring the gallery
- Ushering special events and performances
- Distributing promotional materials
- Data collection
Have a skill you would like to share? We design special projects for volunteers too. Please contact the gallery for more information.
Members of the Drexel community, curators, and professional art institutions may submit exhibition proposals with imagery, suggested timeline, and budget in digital format to our email. The Leonard Pearlstein Gallery is unable to review otherwise unsolicited exhibition proposals at this time.