Working with the staff of the Concerts Program, as part of the larger Department of Contemporary Art & MFA Programs, this position will support the planning, coordination and production of concerts in a variety of venues throughout the Museum. Intern candidates should be involved in a music industry or sound production related course of study. This internship will allow the student to gain experience with behind the scenes logistics of production and management of a public presentation.
The hours and days for this position are: each Wednesday - July 1-August 26; 1pm-11pm.
Participation at other musical events as warranted by intern’s availability is encouraged. (Class schedules that occasionally conflict with the variety of hours will not be considered a detriment to a candidate’s application.
- Day-of concert set-up and break-down of the PA as well as sound checks and performances
- General production support as needed
- Strong interest in sound industry, production and music
- Experience with, familiarity with, or desire to learn public programming or event planning
- Exceptional interpersonal skills, a willingness to work hard
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Demonstrated keen attention to detail and punctuality a must
- Successful experience in fast paced, customer service oriented environments
- Ability to lift equipment and gear (up to 50 pounds)
- Flexibility and a willingness to learn and grow
- Ability to excel whether working independently or collaboratively
- Ability to commit to: Wednesdays July 1-August 26 from 1-11pm
- Ability to attend orientation on Tues, May 26 (9:30am-12noon) or Tues, June 9 (9:30am-12noon)
10.00 hours per week
10 hours per concert: 1pm-11pm. Each Wednesday from July 1-August 26
February 3, 2015
Contemporary Art and MFA Programs