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FSU Magazine looking for graphic design interns

Published August 17, 2021

Are you interested in designing for a publication? Reviewing artwork by fellow undergrads? The Kudzu Review is in search of talented assistants for its Layout and Visual Art sections this fall!

The Kudzu Review, established 1988, is FSU’s only undergraduate literary magazine. Each semester, we publish exemplary creative work by undergrads from across the nation, and offer students the chance to submit their work at no cost.

Assistants for Kudzu have the opportunity to:

  • Earn academic credit for an elective course
  • Earn internship credit
  • Earn volunteer hours
  • Create professional design and writing samples to use in a portfolio
  • Learn industry-standard software
  • Gain experience in publishing and editing
  • Make connections in the English and Studio Art Departments
  • Attend guest speaker events with publishing professionals
  • Apply for leadership roles

The Layout section is responsible for creating a unique visual theme and layout for the magazine using Adobe InDesign and Illustrator. Layout assistants will contribute their ideas during brainstorming sessions, design their own spreads and folios, and work to develop a compelling theme for the entire magazine.

The Visual Art section is responsible for reviewing, critiquing, and selecting all artwork to be featured in the magazine. Editorial assistants will attend roundtable discussions and help curate a high-quality selection of undergrad artwork.

Whether you’re a lifelong artist or looking to gain experience as a beginner, Kudzu welcomes any and all creative thinkers! Click HERE to apply for the Fall 2021 staff now—all applications are due on August 25th, 11:59pm. If you have any questions or want to know more about Kudzu, reach out to the Editor-in-Chief at