Autograph ABP are looking for two summer interns if you're in London this summer it might be worth checking out.
Autograph ABP seeks two interns – details below.
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Autograph ABP is looking for a website intern to work with Autograph’s Communications team on their new website that is scheduled to launch in Autumn 2010.
This person will be computer literate to a high standard with good content management (CMS) website backend skills, good Photoshop and/ or Illustrator knowledge, the ability to convert images for web, some database experience and crucially someone who is very organised and familiar with Excel.
You will be working as part of a team but also independently. The internship will be based at Autograph ABP’s offices at Rivington Place, Shoreditch in London and would ideally be two days until mid/late September starting July 2010.
DIGITAL IMAGING INTERN
Autograph ABP is looking for a Digital Imaging Intern to support the establishment of the Archive and Research Centre for Culturally Diverse Photography, Autograph ABP.
The ideal candidate will be competent in working with Photoshop CS4 & CS5 on Mac to an intermediate level. Experience of photographic retouching of B&W and colour images; spotting, colour correction, use of adjustment layers, masks and paths, and re-sizing is necessary. Experience of scanning negatives, transparencies and prints on Epson and Flextight scanners is desirable.
It is a fantastic opportunity to develop photographic retouching and scanning skills, while also gaining valuable experience working as part of a team in a dynamic arts organisation. The internship will be based at Autograph ABP’s offices at Rivington Place, Shoreditch in London and would ideally be two or three days a week for three months, starting July 2010.
Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience by Wednesday 22 June 2010.
Lunch and travel in London will be covered.
For more information please contact Emma Boyd at email@example.com or call 020 7 729 9200.
Autograph ABP Coordinator
London EC2A 3BA
T +44 (0)20 7749 1266 F +44 (0)20 7739 8748
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2 June – 4 July 2010 – Sammy Baloji – Memoiré – Dilston Grove Gallery, Southwark Park, London
16 September – 30 November 2010 - Ever Young: Retrospective Exhibition of Photographs by James Barnor
16 September – 30 November 2010 - Du Bois, Thomas J Calloway and the Paris Albums 1900
Rivington Place - the new home for Autograph ABP http://www.rivingtonplace.org
Autograph ABP is a charity that works internationally to educate the public in photography, with a particular emphasis on issues of cultural identity and human rights. We achieve this through formal and informal education programmes, exhibitions, publishing and the creation of an archive of culturally diverse photography that is accessible to the public for research
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