Seeking a Video Editor Intern
Internship Programme: Video Editor Internship
EAM is excited to have an opportunity for a new video editor intern with some experience or training in the video editing field. We are seeking a creative, dynamic individual who enjoys the arts, has wacky ideas, and wants to create beautiful and engaging video, (as well as get events and arts experience).
– You will be helping our team to make better event videos to give a wider audience insight into what we do
– You will be involved in helping us to edit and create videos for our website, social media and Youtube in Singapore and Europe
– You will get the chance to try out your own creative style and ideas, even filming your own material and taking on some ‘behind the scenes’ videos that you can get creative with
– Have his/her own computer with professional editing software
– Some examples of past videos to show us
– Creative flair
– Likes to eat cake with our fun and creative team
There is not a salary for this position, however travel costs will be reimbursed and lunch/coffee/wine is on us! Upon completion of this internship, we are happy to provide a recommendation letter based on the results of the internship.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about you, with some examples of your work (links)
Who are EAM?
The Edible Art Movement is a group of professional creatives, working to produce spectacular experiences, installations and art happenings based on the concept of ‘the Edible’: this could mean stimulating the senses, looking at food heritage, food geography, the ritual and traditions of food or simply having an art ‘feast’ with our guests. Presented as an art movement with an ironic twist, our overarching philosophy is summed up in our motto: “We Art what we Eat”
With a history dating back to 1920, we began a new contemporary venture for the EAM in 2008, with a more public persona and theatrical twist. Curating and producing our edible experiences, we have since worked on events involving and supported by organisations such as NTU, Affordable Art Fair, the Tate Modern Gallery, National Trust (UK Heritage Board), the Serpentine Gallery, Fortnum and Mason, The Other Art Fair and the Fabelist Journal.
We enjoy building an inventive backdrop for our events which ties the backstory of the Edible Art Movement with the local history and culture of the area.
Our events are theatrical, curated experiences in which we bring together food & art, and draw on local cultures. At the core of our concepts is the element of audience participation – working with a diverse range of communities, groups and individuals.