Over the past 2 years, PCASC has organized 2 successful art exhibits, which featured work from local as well as national and international artists. Interns will work closely with PCASC staff and members to coordinate the exhibit, which includes an opening night for the public featuring live music and performance.
- Contacting artists and community groups for the Call For Artists.
- Contacting businesses and unions for financial support.
- Promotion and outreach.
- Writing press releases for opening night exhibit.
- Receiving and installing artwork.
- Seeking additional exhibit locations.
- Strong interest in social justice work.
- Ability to work independently.
- Organized and self-motivated.
- Strong writing and communication skills (Spanish language preferred).
- Experience working with immigrant communities.
- Experience working with art installations/exhibitions.
Hours: 4 – 6 hours per week.
Compensation: Unpaid position but will accept inquiries for academic credit.
Start Date: Beginning ASAP, start date flexible. End Date:4 months minimum commitment.
How to Apply: Please email resume, cover letter and writing sample to email@example.com