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Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts, periodically offer internships in-house. These internships are designed to extend interns’ knowledge and build networks across the Arts Sector.  Interns will also have an opportunity to gain experience working in a range of settings with varied partners on the delivery of high quality Arts Projects.

Duties may include producing support for a Lead Producer, scheduling, updating databases, archiving, event management, PR & marketing and general administrative support for Create programmes.

We are therefore interested in working with

  • Fine Art graduates across disciplines (music, visual art, film, dance, literature, theatre, architecture etc.)
  • PR & Marketing graduates
  • Event Management graduates
  • Archivists
  • Administrators

Please note: a working interest in the arts is essential.

This is an unpaid internship and is open to both graduates and professionals. Internships are available for a three to six month duration with a minimum commitment of 2 days a week.

To apply, simply send a CV including at least two referees and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in an internship, and what areas you are specifically interested in, to info(at)create-ireland.ie.

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