KARST Internships

01752 222676
applications@karst.org.uk
www.karst.org.uk

Deadline Friday 27 April 2018

Hours 1.5 days per week
Interview Date 04/05/2018

KARST is offering two 6 month internships, one with an administrative focus and one with a technical focus, to begin Friday 11th May 2018. The internships offer the opportunity to work closely with KARST staff in a supporting role towards exhibitions, projects and events.

KARST internships are a valued, integral element of our Talent Development programme which provides a focused platform for personal and professional development. This is a great opportunity for those who are interested and passionate about contemporary art, and would suit those interested in arts management, curating or other related focus within the visual arts.

Duties include: assisting with exhibition delivery, being actively involved with communications, liaising with national and international artists and curators, marketing and logistics, as well as day to day tasks including invigilation and practical work as required.

The schedule for this position is flexible, but only applicants who are reliable, and who can commit to working with our team for a minimum of 1.5 days per week will be considered. The ideal intern will have strong organisational skills, an interest in both national/regional visual arts, and be able to work flexibly, positively and creatively. Although our internships are unpaid, we do provide subsistence allowance, PAC Home Membership, mentoring and support through personal/professional development will be provided.  Previous KARST interns have since been successful in gaining further creative and paid roles within the arts.

TECHNICAL INTERNSHIP: This internship will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to work with our exhibitions team on the installation and delivery of gallery projects. Learning will include practical making skills, use of tools, audio-visual equipment as well as gallery/space maintenance and cleaning.

ADMIN INTERNSHIP: This internship will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to work with the KARST team in administration, marketing, communications, general organisation of the exhibition and projects programme, supporting install and de-install as required, gallery/space maintenance and cleaning.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday 27th April 12.30pm

INTERVIEWS: Friday 4th May 11am - 4pm

START DATE: Internships to start Friday 11th May 11am

Application Form > bit.ly/2q3Z0Pc

Please email the completed application form to applications@karst.org.uk

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