Title: Museum Music and Technology Intern
- Assist Director of Museum with audio/visual project to enhance the Gilman Ordway Manuscript exhibit located in the Schubert Club Museum.
- Review and select written historical content for presentable audio and visual clips for exhibit.
- Research and understand copyright-related practices and work with Schubert Club staff to verify copyright laws are being adhered to. Obtain copyright permissions as needed.
- Lead the audio recording process of selected clips read by Schubert Club artist or narrator.
- Assist Director of Museum in selection/purchase of audio video equipment and in the work with a contractor to install equipment.
- Work with Director of Marketing in conversion of audio materials and narrative to a rich and meaningful digital experience on the Schubert Club website.
Skills and Competencies: Solid understanding of technology especially in video recording and audio/visual equipment. Working knowledge and/or strong interest in music and music history, not necessarily key area of study. Self-disciplined, independent, coachable worker with excellent communication skills.
Qualifications: High school diploma and enrolled in a college or higher education program. Previous experience working in an arts organization, museum or specific project work in technology is preferred but not required.
Internship Project Dates:
- Beginning on or near January 3, 2017.
- Estimated total project hours: 120-150 hours. Hours per week and days of work are flexible but to be scheduled during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30
- Project to conclude no later than March 1, 2017
Report to Kate Cooper, Director of Museum and Education
Salary: This is a paid internship at a rate of $10/hour
To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Kate Cooper at email@example.com