Are you passionate about art and communication? Do you want to work on the Nordic region’s leading cultural event and engage a wide audience in contemporary art?
CHART is looking for interns, and we hope to hear from you.
The planning for CHART 2023 is already in full swing. We are therefore looking for motivated individuals specializing in communications, visual culture and art history to help realize our sky-high ambitions to engage local and international audiences in the extraordinary world of contemporary art.
Located at Charlottenborg, in the heart of Copenhagen, you will become a part of a small and dedicated team working towards high quality artistic programming in a supportive and social environment.
We can offer you a comprehensive internship where you will learn to translate ideas into concrete projects and strengthen your network across the arts and communication industries, both in the Nordics and beyond.
The working language is both Danish and English.
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You have a flair for social media and an ardent passion for art and culture. Perhaps you are studying in the fields of journalism, communications or media science, eyeing for an opportunity to put theory into praxis. As an intern with CHART’s Communication team you would help with the preparation and publication of new editorial and promotional content via newsletters, SoMe and our website, as well as editing press releases and assisting journalists and other media professionals.
You will play an integral role in planning and executing CHART’s art fair, book fair, as well as our extensive programme of talks, performances, guided tours etc. You might be studying creative business management, visual culture or art history. Attention to detail and professionalism is key as you will be engaging with local and international curators, artists, and our partner organisations. Areas of work include assisting with research, managing materials from collaborators as well as planning and executing talks and events during CHART 2023.
You are excited about connecting collectors, galleries, art professionals, and institutions from across the Nordic and international art scene at CHART. You are motivated to create an intimate and welcoming atmosphere at large-scale events and are happy to accomodate guests’ needs before, during, and after the fair. Strong attention to detail and a problem-solving mentality are essential to have when you engage with VIPs and partners. As an intern on the VIP team, you will assist in all aspects of the VIP strategy, including event planning, communication, and database management, developing an advantageous professional network along the way.
If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, please submit your CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note which area you see yourself working with since we are looking for multiple positions within the Communication, Programming and VIP teams.
We imagine you starting in February 2023 and staying onboard until mid-September to get the full experience of CHART, which takes place 24-27 August 2023.
We will compose an individual course that fits your competencies and interests. The internship can be planned as part of your spring semester, and we are flexible and respectful of your need to allocate time for exams.
Successful applicants will be invited to discuss appropriate tasks and areas of specific interest in order to make the experience as beneficial as possible.
CHART is committed to creating a diverse environment and aims to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age.
Write to us sooner rather than later as we hire on a regular basis.
The final application deadline is 1 December 2022.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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