Open call for Ukrainian interns

SHAPE+ platform for innovative music and audiovisual art, co-funded by the European Union*, announces an open call specifically for interns from Ukraine, who will be invited to spend two months with participating festivals of the project, and help in their preparation. Deadline: June 21, 2024.

Each of the 15 festivals that are currently part of the platform will welcome interns and involve them in the preparation process of their event. The internship period is 2 months, with up to 40 hours of work per week. Travel, accommodation and living costs will be provided.

Main requirements are a keen interest in adventurous music and art, previous experience in the cultural field, excellent English, Ukranian citizenship and a biometric passport. Applicants must be at least 18 years old.

All internships resulting from this open call will take place mid 2024 to early 2025, as SHAPE+ festivals, taking place in 15 European cities, happen on different dates throughout the year.

Each intern’s profile and each festival’s needs will be slightly different, but duties of the internship may most likely include: communicating with artists and their management, support with production plans and scheduling, planning logistics, paperwork, and creating content for promotion.

There will be a second open call for internships for the period of March – July 2025. It will be announced separately.

Precise deadline for applications: Friday, 21 June 2023, 12:00 PM CET (Central European Time).

Selected applicants will be invited for an interview via Zoom Call. There will be a separate selection process for each of the festivals/internships.

To apply and find more detailed eligibility criteria, please, use this online form.

Click here for general info on SHAPE+ platform and its goals.

*Funded by the European Union. All statements and opinions of UH Fest are those of the organisers and do not necessarily reflect the official standpoint of the European Union or the European Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA can be held responsible for them.