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Internships & Fellowships


Raue Center offers internships in our administration office in everything from photography to production administration and marketing and development.

Fellowships at Raue Center are professional development programs for early-career talents interested in working in theatre and performing arts. Through hands-on experience, collaborative work, mentorship, and career guidance, fellows develop the tools to become insightful new leaders in the Arts.

Please see below for our current needs. For general inquiries contact us here.

Internships and Fellowships

Photographer Fellowship Program 

Raue Center For The Arts always needs great photographers to capture images from our unique and culturally diverse shows and events. This year-long fellowship strives to approach each event as an individual assignment, capturing the performance’s voice, personality, and/or feeling. 

Upon completion, this program culminates with an exhibition in our historic theater. 

Apply for our 2022-23 Season! Deadline is 12/15/22

Duration:12 months (January 2023-December 2023)
Fee to apply: $0
Stipend: $500 per month
Deadline to apply: December 15, 2022

Todd Heintz

Raue Center Photography Fellow

“Working as the Raue Photographer Fellow has been an amazing experience. It has been the single most beneficial thing to happen to my photography. A Raue Photographer Fellow has the opportunity to hone their skills in so many areas of photography. You have access to large production live concerts and musicals, headshots, architecture, marketing images, behind the scenes and so much more. Raue Center truly supports the craft and encourages you to shoot as you like, try new things so you can learn and grow as an image maker. I am so grateful to have had this opportunity and I am excited for the next person to experience this too.”

Robin Pendergrast

former Raue Center photographer

“My two decades of service and experience with The Raue clearly defined for me avoiding image capture complacency. Cultural arts, photojournalism, conventional image capture was easily enhanced by The Raue experience and interaction with so many different professionals and events/opportunities.”