Internship posted by: ImageNation Film Festival
Posted on: January 30, 2013
Are you a stickler for details? Are you the well-organized type who enjoys research and is good at follow-up and completion? Are you comfortable with online technology? Would you like to intern at an organization where your help is needed and where you can make a difference? Then ImageNation has a position for you.
ImageNation Cinema Foundation is a Harlem-based media arts organization, founded with the goal of establishing a chain of art-house cinemas, dedicated to progressive media by and about people of color. ImageNation uses entertainment to inspire people to better themselves and the world. Through a variety of public exhibitions and programs, ImageNation fosters media equity, media literacy, solidarity, cross-cultural exchange and highlights the humanity of Pan African people worldwide.
Current projects include the development of the ImageNation Soul Cinema , a quarterly series at the Schomburg Center, a quarterly series with the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the ImageNation Outdoors Festival, Afrocinematique Short Film Salon, and Sangria Sundays.
INTERNING AT IMAGENATION
The ImageNation Internship Program offers students an opportunity to broaden their education and professional experience by learning and working at a non-profit media arts institution. Students will receive the unique and challenging experience of working in a smaller institution where departments overlap. Working in the areas of Event Programming, Fund Development and Marketing & PR, interns will conduct research, attend meetings with the Executive team, update databases, write and disseminate correspondence, learn to maintain budgets and contracts, help bring critical projects to fruition by conducting key follow-up and provide clerical support. Qualified candidates must:
Interns will work with executive team on all facets of communication about programs, exhibition and special events to the general public.
Programing FILM & MUSIC EXHIBITIONS
Interns will work with the executive team on all facets of developing, implementing and executing programs including: the development of the ImageNation Soul Cinema, a quarterly series at the Schomburg Center, a quarterly series with the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the ImageNation Outdoors Festival, Afrocinematique Short Film Salon, and FRESH, a pop up boutique and community social, every first Saturday.
Interns will work with the executive team on all facets of grant-writing and fundraising.
To apply for the internship, PLEASE EMAIL YOUR RESUME TO: Lisadurden@imagenation.us