Thank you for checking in on our Editorial Internship program. The Summer 2015 open call is now closed. Our next call will be for Fall 2015. See details below.
Location | Anywhere in World
Applicants must be creative art enthusiasts, who have backgrounds in Art and or have written about Photography, New Media and Digital Art, and or has provided coverage on Fashion, Product and Graphic Design
Preference will be given to candidates with previous writing experience, but outstanding upper level and graduate students with an interest in writing, access to a computer, who are able to dedicate 10 hours per week for editorial meetings and working sessions for a 4-month commitment need apply! This *non-paid internship is not a 9-5 office experience, you must be comfortable working in a non-traditional work environment.
- Editorial research, copy editing and fact checking
- Coordinating the execution of articles and projects
- Taking part in editorial meetings
- Participating and contributing in creative brainstorming sessions
- Assisting in reading, filtering, and responding to submissions as well as other emails and letters
- Image editing
- Social Media assistance
- Potential to pitch and write
How to Apply: Please send the following to internships[at]anotherafrica.net
- Cover letter / personal statement expressing interest in the internship. We are looking for originality, so please write about your interests, concerns, or ideas.
- Resume + 2 samples of blog posts and or published works. If you don’t have any samples, please write an original dispatch (no more than 250 words) introduction or reviewing a topic (artist, body of work, exhibition). We are looking for your voice and area of interest.
- Specify all digital tools, social media networks and blogging platforms you are familiar with (Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, HTML, etc).
Our Next Deadline to apply is July 31, 2015 for our Fall session.
AnotherAfrica.net is an online platform and journal focused on Contemporary Art and Design from an African perspective. Established in 2010, we view publishing not merely as documentation, but as a means of inquiry in its own right – curiosity, passion and diligence are vital to good storytelling.
Note: *March 4, 2015 clarification that this is a non-paid internship added.