Lens Culture seeks full-time editor…
— International Online Photography, Arts and Culture Magazine
Editorial Assistant / Intern
LensCulture, an international photography/arts organization and award-winning internet platform, with editorial offices now based in Amsterdam, seeks a hard-working, detail-oriented person to develop editorial content, manage and grow social media communities, and plan local and international events and workshops.
You will work directly with the editor-in-chief and the editorial team to help manage all aspects of this dynamic business. We’re looking to add a new member to our team to contribute to our ongoing success and growth.
You must have excellent English writing and editing skills, fluency with social media, and be passionate about photography and the visual arts. You will be in contact daily with international photographers, museum curators, festival directors, journalists, contributing writers, photo editors, educators, videographers and visual storytellers. Knowledge of photo and video editing programs is a plus. Proofreading and correcting all text in English is an important part of this job.
This is an ideal position for a current student or recent graduate in journalism, communications, marketing, photography or media. This internship requires a commitment of 16-24 hours per week, for a minimum of 3 to 4 months. You will gain valuable experience in this state-of-the-art media business, and become part of a very fun and influential international network of photography experts.
Please send a CV and a cover letter about your motivations for wanting this internship:email@example.com
Using photography as a point of entry, this course will explore the complex roles that photographic image-making plays across disciplines. Students will be assigned thematic projects that consider a wide variety of interdisciplinary approaches, including but not limited to: process-based image-making, performance and the camera, images as sculptural objects, text and image, photo-as-design, experimental processes, bookmaking, digital imaging techniques, video, and site-specific installation. Each student will cultivate their own practical, conceptual, and material methods in response to in-class technical instruction, artist presentations, readings, class discussions, and critique. The course will culminate in a self-directed final project that reflects each student’s personal engagement with photography in relation to their own interdisciplinary practice. Prerequisites: No prerequisite. Open to all disciplines. Note: No class on May 28.