Internship Position with Belfast Arts Walks

Internship Position with Belfast Arts Walks Organization: Belfast Creative Coalition Date: 2016 Season Final date to submit applications: Jan 1st through May 1st, 2016 Period of internship: Ideally January –September 2016 (the internship could in theory be split: January- April, May-September, but our preference goes to a candidate who is available for the entire period) […]

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Internship Position with Belfast Arts Walks

Organization: Belfast Creative Coalition
Date: 2016 Season
Final date to submit applications: Jan 1st through May 1st, 2016
Period of internship: Ideally January –September 2016 (the internship could in theory be split: January- April, May-September, but our preference goes to a candidate who is available for the entire period)
Time commitment: 6-8 hours per week, estimated
Internship supervisor: Kimberly Callas, Belfast Creative Coalition

January-May:
• Booking street performers (music and dance) for summer art walks
• Contacting all participating Belfast galleries to obtain summer/fall opening schedules for web updates and press releases
May-September:
• Writing and submitting weekly press releases about Friday Art Walks (announcing performers and opening receptions) includes newsletter and press and calendar uploads.
• Performing website updates; posting Facebook announcements and Chamber calendar announcements
• Coordinating performers during Friday Art Walks
• Photographing gallery visitors and performers during Friday Art Walks
• Setting up and help take down BCC promotional table during Art Walks

Skills and assets:
Ideally, the Belfast Arts intern would have the following skill set:
• Good communication skills, in person and on the phone
• Good writing skills (for press releases and grant applications)
• Ability to be self-directed when given a set of tasks
• Mastery of basic computer programs such as Word and Excel; ability to do graphic design is a plus
• Comfortable using Facebook, updating simple websites
• Decent photographic skills; ability to download photos and post them on website and Facebook
• An affinity with the visual arts
• The intern will need to have access to a (laptop) computer and phone of their own; when working downtown, supervisors can provide workspace and internet access.

Upon completion of the entire 9-month period, the supervisor will write a letter of reference for the intern to use for future educational/career purposes.
For more information please email Kimberly Callas kimberly@belfastcreativecoalition.org

 

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