Residency Unlimited



Nathalie Anglès – Executive Director

Rachel Gugelberger – Residency Program Director & Curator of Programs

Camille Flahaut – YVAA Administrator and RU Coordinator

Alyssa Alexander – Communications Coordinator/ NYC Residency Program Assistant

LuLu Meng – Project Manager


Giorgia Gandolfini



Livia Alexander – Curator for Food Futures 2020

Ayelet Danielle Aldouby

Bartek Remisko


Mounira Makar

Apply for an internship at RU

Residency Unlimited (RU) welcomes local and international internship applications on an ongoing basis.

This experience will offer you the opportunity to be actively involved and gain practical insight on how a small not-for-profit art organization operates in New York. By working closely with RU’s small and flexible team, your responsibilities will include (i) assisting artists and curators in residency, (ii) coordinating exhibitions and special projects, as well as working on marketing / development, press and website tasks. Whilst this experience will provide you with real world varied experience, RU will benefit from your fresh ideas.

For the participation of 3 days per week or more, RU offers monthly Metro Card ($121) and a small stipend. Interns are required to commit at least two days every week. Scheduling and duration of the internship is determined on a case-to-case basis. Through the RU experience, you will create lasting artistic connections that will serve you professionally.

If you are interested in applying for an internship, please click here.



Camille Reich

This internship at RU enriched me in many aspects. It confronted me with the reality of the professional art world challenging me to become more organized and rigorous in my work. Programing structure at RU encouraged me to systematically think and plan ahead of time. Through RU public programs and network support I had an opportunity to meet with many art professionals. Thanks to many different artists that I worked with, I had the chance to discover range of practices and focuses which gave me me a valuable insight in what Contemporary Art can be.  

Maud Barranger

Being part of the RU community during my internship was  to be surrounded by people sincerely  deeply interested and committed to art. 

Angela An 

My three-month internship at RU was for me an extremely precious experience. As being the assistant of Program Director, the job offered me the chance to learn more about NPO's and residency programs. The most valuable aspect  was the opportunity to work together with the nicest people from all over the world. The highlights of my internship included helping organize RU's Annual Benefit, the monthly field trips and arts events. By being actively involved , I gained professional experience and learned a lot rom a human perspective. I  highly recommend an internship at RU to all those students willing to have a vibrant and multi-cultural working experience.

Laura Sears 

Interning at RU was an invaluable experience. I was afforded the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with the RU team on important projects including grant applications, project reporting and curatorial research, which allowed me to develop skills that I have subsequently applied to my coursework as an Arts Administration student at Columbia, and my internships at other organizations. During my time at RU, I felt like an integral part of the team, and directly connected to providing the innovative and crucial support to the incredible artists involved in RU’s residency programs.

Giorgia Gandolfini 

I am extremely thankful for the personal and professional growth that I experienced while working at Residency Unlimited. As a graduate student (Carnegie Mellon University), it is very rewarding to have the chance to dialogue with top level art professionals on a daily basis and mostly be listened as their peer. Not to mention, RU's unique model based on providing a customized professional networking service for their residents gave me the opportunity to immerge thoroughly in the international contemporary art scene. Once again, thank you RU!