Interns

Interns

Friday, 15 September 2017, 11.55pm

Borealis Festival is seeking people who are interested in new and experimental music in all its forms, and have a passion for communicating this music to a wider audience. Interns get experience working on things like: press, communications and social media; working on a production from the first idea, through its development to its performance (and the derig); and will meet artists, volunteers, musicians and composers, and work with logistics and planning. The most important thing is that they want to be part of a team that shapes a fantastic festival in March 2018.

Communication:
The festival is looking for an intern that can assist the head of communication in the making of the program book and how to present the festival to press and audience. You must be organised and able to work in both Norwegian and English. Picture editing and simple design skills is appreciated.
Planned start-up October

Production:
The festival is looking for an intern who will get a deep insight in the technical and practical part of festival production. You will work closely with the producer and do smaller projects on your own. Good technical understanding, computer skills and practical sense is required, and you need to be structured and like a challenge. Planned start-up November/December

Volunteer Coordination:
The festival is looking for a positive, engaged, organized person to work closely together with the volunteer coordinator. Borealis need 80 volunteers, and you will help put in recruiting, logistics and the planning of parties and fun activities. Planned start-up November/December

See further details at the link below. 

Published on 13 September 2017

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