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Internship Opportunity: Film Program

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Kaldor Public Art Projects is offering a unique internship opportunity within the Education and Public Programs department in our 50th anniversary year. Interested candidates from all disciplines, ages and abilities are welcome to apply.

The internship offers candidates the exciting chance to work with one of Australia’s leading arts organisations, with direct involvement in the research and development of a film screening program to be presented in 2019-20.

This is a volunteer position. The position requires availability of 1-2 days per week for a total of 30 days.


THE ROLE INVOLVES:

Working closely with Education and Public Programs team
Researching moving image content related to past Kaldor Public Art Project artists
Gaining screening and distribution rights for all relevant films
Ensuring the timely delivery of all film prints and media files
Reviewing all content and assisting with the planning of our film events
Creating and updating administrative documents, such as timelines and reports
Liaising with film distributors and museum professionals
Collating and presenting research in accordance with reporting deadlines


KEY REQUIREMENTS:

A Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts/Art History/Media/Film Studies or related disciplines
Strong knowledge of film theory and screening rights
Strong interest in international contemporary art and the role of public programs within museums and art institutions
Experience in coordinating or planning cultural events
Excellent written and verbal communication
Excellent time management; ability to work independently and prioritise tasks
Administration skills, including Microsoft Office
Positive attitude, attention to detail, adaptability and willingness to learn
Your own laptop computer

DESIRABLE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

Experience working in a museum, arts organisation and/or film production
Graphic design and layout skills

If you have any questions about the application process please contact Education and Public Programs Coordinator Lleah Smith between Monday–Thursday on 9351 1180 or lleah@kaldorartprojects.org.au


TO APPLY:

Send your complete application to Lleah Smith, Education and Public Programs Coordinator, lleah@kaldorartprojects.org.au by 11:59pm on Monday 4 March 2019.


Please include:
A cover letter (maximum one page) addressing the following:
Why you are interested in the internship
What you hope to gain from the experience
How you fulfil the key requirements
Your preferred internship days

A current CV:
Outlining your employment, volunteer, intern and academic experience 


APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE NOW CLOSED


Photo: Anna Kucera

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