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: 1 pm – 11 pm on Fri, Jan 31; Fri, Feb 21; 2 pm-11 pm on Fri, Mar 14; 9 am-5 pm on Sat, Mar 15; and one more date still pending. 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
• Exceptional interpersonal skills, a willingness to work hard
• Attention to detail and punctuality a must
• Excellent oral communication skills
• Strong interest in sound industry, production and music
• Experience with, familiarity with, or desire to learn public programming or event planning
• Experience in fast paced, customer service oriented environments
• Ability to lift equipment and gear
• Flexibility and a willingness to learn and grow
• Ability to commit to 1 pm – 11 pm on Fri, Jan 31; Fri, Feb 21; 2 pm-11 pm on Fri, Mar 14; and 9 am-5 pm on Sat, Mar 15 understanding that one more date is still pending
• Ability to attend orientation on either Wed, Jan 8 (10 am or 6 pm); Wed, Jan 22 (6 pm); or Wed, Feb 5 (10 am or 6 pm)