In addition to working at the ICA, I was a part-time intern at Locks Gallery. I formatted press articles, created checklists, created invitations to openings. My main task was to work on the newly launched website, adding text, selecting images to feature, and inputting data. This internship gave me invaluable first-hand experience working in one of the best galleries in Philadelphia. Locks represents many high profile artists, including Lydia Benglis, Robert Motherwell, Louise Nevelson, Pat Steir, and Robert Rauschenberg. When making checklists and working on the image archive on the new website, I gained a level of familiarity with their artists’ body of work and picked up on subtle stylistic changes throughout its growth. One of my favorite aspects of this internship was when I would meet and interact with well-known artists and role models such as Polly Apfelbaum and Virgil Marti. It is an awesome experience to meet the artists in person whose work you admire and promote. The staff at Locks is also wonderful to work with and the gallery, located in an old publishing house, is an amazing space that enhances the remarkable artwork on display. I am looking forward to possibly returning during the spring semester when my schedule is more flexible.