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The Eric Carle Museum
of Picture Book Art
  • 125 West Bay Road
  • Amherst, MA 01002


  • Wednesday-Friday10 am-3 pm
  • Saturday 10am – 4 pm
  • Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday

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Making Art Together

Art Studio Summer 2014 Internship Application Deadline Extended!

Hello art, education, and museum studies students and recent grads! Are you looking for a magical and rewarding summer experience?

If so, please take a look at our Art Studio Summer Internship! The application deadline has been extended to Monday, April 7, 2014.

A description of the internship and details about the application process can be found on The Carle's Intership Program page.

Intern working with guests at The Carle Art Studio

Here are a few posts written by and about some of our past interns:

In 2012, Laurie shared about the first few weeks of her summer internship, and then later wrote about a Special Sunday activty she designed for Museum guests.

Many of our undergraduate interns have gone on to study Art, Education, or Art Therapy in graduate school. Others are gainfully employed as art educators or arts administrators. Last year, Anna, who interned in the fall of 2010, told us about her life after graduation.

Interns at The Carle Art Studio

And in February, our January-Term intern, Gabby, reflected on her Miti Project.

Art Studio Intern with Guests at The Eric Carle Museum

Please share this with any college student or recent grad you think might love a summer internship like this!

Art Studio Summer Intern

Making Art with Children is generously sponsored by the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority.



We enjoy exploring materials and ideas in the Art Studio, and we’re excited to share our process with you! Please consider the following factors when adapting these posts for your learning environment: 

We facilitate a variety of programs within the Art Studio for a wide range of age groups. Please carefully consider the age appropriateness of each individual activity in your own learning environment.

Our projects are always done with adult supervision and proper safety precautions. Be sure all of your projects are overseen by adults who likewise follow proper safety precautions. The adults overseeing your project must also be responsible for handling or assisting with any potentially harmful equipment or materials. 

The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art is not responsible for any damages, injuries or liabilities that result from any activities contained within this website, and we expressly disclaim any responsibility or liability therefor. From time to time, we reference materials that we have found to be particularly important in our projects. We do not receive any monetary compensation for recommending materials. 



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