PLEASE CONSIDER APPLYING TO WORK WITH US ON THE 2020 EVENT. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE SEPTEMBER 30TH.
Interested in being one of two project assistants for the upcoming 2020 Untold Stories program with the theme “Preserving Cultural Landscapes”? If you are currently an art conservation graduate student, or a recent graduate of a conservation program (within the last five years), work with us to create the kind of transformative programming you would like to see at the annual conference of the American Institute for Conservation. We welcome conservators from all backgrounds and conservation specialties. You must be able to attend the AIC annual meeting in the year for which you are applying.
The Scope of Work
Identify potential speakers, historic venues, and local photographers and videographers for upcoming conferences
Provide logistical support prior to, during and after the public events
Aid in the tracking of post-event feedback and documentation of the project overall
Promote Untold Stories content on social media platforms
Spend approximately 30 hours over the course of September 2018 to August 2019 on the project
Create the programming you want to see at our annual conference
Be part of a dynamic, energized team wanting to create change within the art conservation profession
Liaise with visionary leaders in allied fields
Receive an honorarium of $750 for your work
Receive a paid flight to/from the conference location, as well as conference registration, and accommodation, meals and incidentals for two days of the conference
How to Apply
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information as a single pdf:
A paragraph on yourself and your greatest passion as a conservation professional
A paragraph on what concerns you most about what kinds of stories are not being heard or told within the conservation profession
A paragraph on your fantasy panel on the 2020 theme “Preserving Cultural Landscapes”: If you could invite any three speakers to present together at AIC on the issues that concern you the most, who would they be, and why? These speakers should be outside the conservation field, and can be contemporary, historic, or even imaginary. Be bold!
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