Not An Alternative is looking for someone ASAP for a 6-8 week gig to help bottom line logistics and events production for an upcoming exhibition at the Queens Museum this September. The ideal candidate is a kick-ass events producer, on top of logistics, good with managing budgets, possessing strong organizing and communications skills via email and phone. Must be very organized, have fire in the belly, and be comfortable working under pressure. Experience working with museums a plus. Experience anchoring conference logistics a plus. Must be NY-based. Any suggestions or interest please email email@example.com.
About the exhibition: we're launching a new multi-year project called The Natural History Museum. We do everything natural history museums do--exhibitions, expeditions, educational workshops, public programming--but we include the social and political forces that shape nature, yet are left out of natural history museums.
The Queens Museum show is the curtain-raiser for the project: the exhibition programming--with artists, organizers, historians, media theorists, anthropologists, and scientists--will introduce the theoretical and historical framework. We'll also have workshops, performances, screenings, and creative actions in the context of the historic People's Climate March/ mobilization this September.
Besides this event producer / logistics coordinator role, there's lots of opportunities for volunteers to plug in over the next several months. If you're interested in creative interventions, graphic and architectural design, offline actions, physical production / making stuff, photography, videography, etc. etc...be in touch?! firstname.lastname@example.org