“Volunteering for Bristol Doors Open Days was fantastic, I learned about festival marketing and social media and also met some really interesting people. It was a great way to discover the city I thought I knew so well.” Volunteer
“Shape My City changed my life and I am grateful for the doors it helped open for me and others. It greatly increased my passion for architecture and cemented my decision to pursue a career in the field.” Hani Salih, participant of Shape My City
An excellent opportunity for anyone interested in an arts management career, the Architecture Centre is seeking an intern to work on our upcoming festival Bristol Doors Open Days 2018 and also to support the Centre’s learning & participation activities.
Opening 120+ venues across the city with over 24,000 attendees, interning for Bristol Doors Open Days is a brilliant chance to gain experience in the full scope of event management – from initial researching and event production through to final delivery and evaluation. You will be involved in every facet of the festival’s programming.
Alongside festival management the Internship also includes supporting the Architecture Centre’s learning & participation work, including Shape My City, Generation Place and Doors Open Days for Schools. Together the work offers opportunities to develop research, event support and networking skills to name a few, as well as meet and work with key professionals at all levels.
The internship is an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in public programming of arts, heritage and built environment events or for anyone wishing to experience working in an arts education environment. An eight month full-time paid internship from February to October, we are seeking an enthusiastic individual who will hit the ground running and join our small and passionate team.
For more information on how to apply, please download the Job Application pack on the righthandside of the screen.
Deadline for applications is Tuesday 16 January 2018, 12 noon.
Interviews to be held on 23 and 24 January 2018 at the Architecture Centre.