Call for Volunteer Trainee Assistants for Dream City 2012. Tunis & Sfax

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Do you live in Tunis or in Sfax?

Are you passionate about Art?

Dream City invites you to join its organisation committee now as a volunteer assistant within the framework of its third edition which will take place in:

 

Tunis: from September 26th to 30th, 2012

Sfax: from October 5th to 7th, 2012

 

Dream City, biennial of contemporary art in public space, invites Tunisian and international multidisciplinary artists to fill urban space with their artworks.

 

All the assistants who will contribute to this project will have an internship certificate at the end of the internship period.

Many job positions are offered: artistic assistant, logistical assistant, coordination, information desk, media, technical assistant, scenic assistant, organisation, etc.

 

Applications are to be sent as soon as possible to the following address:

assistant.dreamcity@gmail.com

 

Below is a link to a photo folder dedicated to the 2010 edition of Dream City's assistants

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151268565798782.566877.70991923781&type=1

 

www.dreamcitytunisie.com

 


 

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