Electric South has roles open.
We will consider applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled, or no later than August 16 2019.
The Cultural Producer at Electric South will drive initiatives that make great immersive storytelling possible. This will include developing international partnerships, securing production and operational financing, nurturing creative projects by pioneering African artists and running the day-to-day administrative operations of Electric South.
Apply for the Cultural Producer role here: https://forms.gle/mBcQipvg7YXbUDHj9
Marketing and Communications Intern
Our Marketing and Communications Intern plays an essential role in building inclusive access for people from every African nation to connect to each other, to knowledge and resources in this new industry, and to opportunities like grants, labs and jobs. This role involves posting on social media platforms to keep our community updated; generating written and visual material to showcase amazing African work; and researching the new frontier of immersive media and creative technology tools, including Virtual and Augmented Reality and beyond.
Apply for the Marketing and Communications Intern role here: https://forms.gle/th3hMFSxKHfWvnNf9
* Note that you will need to have a google account to submit an application. If you do not have one, you can create one for free here: https://accounts.google.com/signup/v2/webcreateaccount?flowName=GlifWebSignIn&flowEntry=SignUp
About Electric South
Virtual Reality, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, Bio-Hacking, and beyond: tools that artists can use for creative expression are expanding and evolving. We believe that these new technologies must open up spaces for original voices and underrepresented narratives. This urgent need to showcase African stories in the medium of today inspired a 21st century production studio: Electric South.
Founded in 2015, we are a registered non-profit company based in Cape Town, South Africa and operating across the African continent. We are involved in the production of daring and urgent stories around African experiences; in building audiences and exhibition models for these stories in the local sector; and in the skills development required to advance a robust ecosystem of coopetition.