The Art, Culture, and Technology program at MIT is seeking a graduate student to work as the producer of an undergraduate art exhibition, an art event, and as a designer of various research/pedagogical displays in the public areas of the program. The goal is to have the exhibition and research displays mounted in early August with an opening event scheduled as part of the Arts on the Radar event on September 9. The position will be approximately 20-25 hours per week during the summer. Payment is $23/hr.
The producer will work closely with faculty, staff, students, and other stakeholders to execute the exhibits and help with the art events. Execution will involve developing ideas and a design proposition for the exhibition and corridor displays, writing text for the web and other publicity outlets, working with students, faculty, and staff to collect materials, install and de-install the exhibit, assist with the art events, and being the primary point of reference for multiple stakeholders.
If interested, please send your CV and a portfolio to Prof. Azra Akšamija at ACTfirstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, June 27.
The detailed job description can be downloaded here: Student Producer.