V22 is offering a paid internship to assist during V22 Summer Club 2018 and V22 Young London 2018. This will be 3 days per week from July – August with the option to continue with us on other projects. The internship will be paid at the rate of the London Living Wage.
V22 is an art organisation, with a shared ownership structure, which specialises in the collection of contemporary art, the production of exhibitions, events and educational initiatives, the provision of artists’ studios, workspace and artisans’ workshops and the running of community libraries.
The V22 Summer Club presents events, exhibitions, performances, screenings and happenings in collaboration with invited programming partners and artists, as well as new partners from local areas in which the Summer Club occurs
Young London 2018 provides a platform for emerging artists to show their work alongside a wide group of their contemporaries in a large-scale exhibition. Previous Young London artists have gone on to produce exciting new commissions and presentations, have been offered representation by leading contemporary galleries, and many have become part of the V22 Collection.
A key element to the internship will be supporting the management team in delivering a successful events series. You will gain varied hands-on experience in aspects of organising and producing an events programme, working with artists in the production of their event and marketing. In addition, the internship will be tailored to suit the participant’s individual strengths and ambitions, with scope for additional specialisation in areas which may include working alongside the management on research, education, marketing, audience and community development and on planning future projects.
- Committed to the full period of the programme
- Good timekeeping (reliable and punctual)
- Attention to detail
- The ability to finish tasks
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Good working knowledge of Social Media platforms
- Good working knowledge of Marketing within an arts context
- Excellent administrative skills and use of Microsoft Office Packages (Excel, Word)
- Experience/training within a curatorial/programming setting
Candidates must have an interest in contemporary art, excellent organisational skills and a friendly and dedicated disposition.
To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Sunday 24th June, 12 noon
(Application limit: 50 applications – apply early for the best chance of success)
Interviews will take place the week of 25th June