To mark UAL’s partnership with the Design Museum in promotion of Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, which will run from
26 April – 15 September, the communications team at UAL and the Design Museum are exclusively recruiting 3 UAL students to work across film; animation and graphic design; research and communications.
The exhibition will contain over 400 objects ranging from film props, scripts and costumes to poster and set designs, to be loaned from private individuals, public institutions as well as from the Stanley Kubrick Film Archive in London, held by UAL in their Archives and Special Collection Centre at the London College of Communication, UAL.
The coveted posts will be based at the Design Museum and UAL, with students work used to promote the high-profile exhibition – dubbed one of the must-see cultural events of 2019 by the BBC, Time Out London, Evening Standard and Dazed Digital.
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition will offer a unique insight into Stanley Kubrick’s vast archive through original props and costumes, set models and rare photographs, while tracing the design story behind Kubrick’s body of work.
Open to all UAL students studying across its 6 world-renowned Colleges – successful candidates will be given free access to the Design Museum and its exhibitions; discounts in the Design Museum Shop; an invitation to the Stanley Kubrick preview ahead of general release, as well as seeing their work promoted across the Design Museum's social channels, boasting 4.3 million Twitter followers and a strong presence on Instagram and Facebook.
UAL students must register with UAL's ArtsTemps upon successful appointment.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 3 March 2019.
This is a selective role and interviews will take place at the Design Museum during the week starting the 11 March 2019.
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