REVERSE is seeking a Digital Communications Intern for the Spring/Summer Semester. The internship will begin at the end of March and will run through the end of July, with a minimum commitment of 2 days/week. (On some weeks a Saturday will be required).
The intern’s primary responsibilities will include social media and documentation (video and photo). Social media will include research and content creation for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Other responsibilities will include documenting events, editing footage and photos, assisting with managing press and image archives, and helping with event management.
Must be proficient in social media outlets, photoshop, and video editing software (Final Cut and/or Premier); but more important, we are looking for a team player that is self-motivated, has good communication skills and a positive attitude.
A successful candidate will most likely be a student interested in working at a growing art space with a focus on new media and technology in the contemporary art world. School credit and recommendation letters can be offered for this internship. (Applicants interested in doing the internship for credit will be given priority.) This position has room for growth into a more permanent role and is a great entry point into the cultural community in Chelsea and New York City.
If interested, please submit a resume and cover letter to REVERSE at: email@example.com with “Spring/Summer Internship application – NAME” as the subject of email.
REVERSE is a non profit art space with an emphasis on new and experimental forms of expression. Run by artists, our mission is to support innovative and boundary breaking projects that foster dialogue and artistic collaboration at the intersection of art, science and technology.
REVERSE offers a creative environment for the development of new ideas and interdisciplinary practices, promoting peer to peer knowledge exchange. We support emerging and mid-career artists and curators through and active calendar of exhibitions, talks, workshops, and performances. Our program places a strong emphasis on our relationship with technology and how it affects the creative process of art-making, centering on projects that push new digital tools into creative realms.