Curatorial Project – Social Media Internship
2-4 units of college credit available
minimum 10 hours/week
To apply: email your resume to [email protected] curatorialproject.me
The intern will be responsible for content development, daily monitoring and engaging, audience growth, helping out with other marketing efforts, and providing public relations support. There is also the opportunity to write social media posts and develop social media content. The marketing and communications intern will be trained and guided on social media planning, best practices, monitoring/reporting tools, as well as the basics of media relations and email marketing.
- learn how to shape our social media language to maintain a consistent voice for the brand
- help cultivate an ongoing list of content needs and assist with methods to obtain such content
- help manage scheduled posts for daily content on Instagram
- help develop Instagram brand with company hashtags, descriptive captions, etc.
- assist with market research on art-centered Instagram profiles and PR sources that align with the company
- help with the collection of market research on similar events, organizations, and artists
- collaborate on new project networks using the most effective and relevant means to reach followers and gain exposure
- assist outside networks to ensure content created fits the company voice and visual aesthetic
- Undergraduate student (entering Sophomore, Junior, or Senior)
- strong interest in the arts
- strong verbal and written communication skills
- passionate about all social media channels, especially Instagram
- personal transportation to and from La Jolla office
- flexible, self-starter
The Social Media Internship offers the opportunity to support Curatorial Project’s team in managing the company’s social media platform (Instagram) and executing marketing and advertising copy. The Social Media Intern will gain a firsthand understanding of digital marketing, special event promotions, and press protocol in an art-centered environment. The intern will acquire a first-hand education about contemporary art from Reesey Shaw, gain experience in art historical research and exhibition planning, and be involved in the development and implementation of programs and exhibitions.
Reesey Shaw was the Founding Director of Lux Art Institute from 1998-2018. Beginning in March 2018, Shaw formed Curatorial Project, which researches visual art for exhibitions and site specific locations internationally, as well as creating and participating in dialogue on visual culture and how this expression effects and informs contemporary life.
Job Type: Internship
- College Credit
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