Fallen Fruit Internships 2016Fallen Fruit is currently building a small team of qualified interns to help with several museum and public projects in Southern California in the first part of 2016. We are looking for an outgoing team of committed young spirited cultural innovators with leadership skills to become a part of our project development team. Candidates should have an interest in contemporary art and a desire to learn about civic projects and public participation.Strong communication skills are essential, along with an attention to detail, the ability to complete projects on-time and a willingness to interact with the public during events within diverse communities. Candidates should be current students or recent graduates with their own transportation, cellphones, etc. These internships will include a variety of responsibilities including site-visits for upcoming project development, coordinating with lead contacts at host venues, co-producing public participatory projects, assistance during exhibition installation, and social media posts / online interactions. Basic responsibilities may also include organization skills, research in historical archives, as well as other day-to-day administrative duties.These internships will build a small team that will begin working together in the middle of January of 2016 through early Summer of 2016. It is possible that these internship opportunities may be offered for course credit. Interns are required to work at least two to four non-consecutive full days per month at a variety of locations in Southern California. Please submit a brief resume with cover letter and a 2 references with the subject line: Fallen Fruit Internships 2016 to info (at) fallenfruit.org.NOTE: This year we are looking out for an outgoing talented team to help create new projects commissioned for the new Stoneview Nature Center, The California State Historic Park, Museum of Art + History and several other upcoming projects. Priority given to candidates with social media experience and fine art and social activism backgrounds.
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