The light- and science festival CITY VISIONS invites everyone to Jena, Germany, to explore the curatorial topic of ‘IN/VISIBLE CITIES’ in a vibrant light parcours. There will be a series of events throughout the festival from October 8th - 11th 2015 including interactive light installations and virtual new media art scenarios, artistic DIY-tech workshops, a symposium, short films and the Translocal Market, consisting in a light-innovation-campus and a Chinese Night Market. Here, Jena will be connected to its partner city Guangzhou / Panyu, China, via new media art scenarios and opening up virtual windows for intercultural exchange.
In cooperation with the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena and the Bauhaus-University Weimar, CITY VISIONS festival is initiated by Public Art Lab and JenaKultur and supported by the Connecting Cities Network, the Thuringia Ministry for Economic Affairs, Science and Digital Society and the Culture Programme of the European Union.
Volunteering at CITY VISIONS festival is a fantastic opportunity to gain knowledge and develop skills in the community arts sector. You will get in contact with international artists and professionals, meet lots of interesting people and most importantly have a good time! CITY VISIONS JENA is looking for volunteers to support the team before and during the festival. There are various fields and many ways in which you can contribute to make the festival a great experience for everyone!
INTERESTED IN GETTING INVOLVED?
ARTIST SUPPORT – you will be responsible for looking after the artists to make sure they have everything they need.
TECH MANAGER – you will be responsible for assisting sound engineer or projectionist, tech experience would be advantageous.
LIVE SPEAKER – you will be responsible for assisting to anyone with questions and reporting any damage or other issues.
GET IN TOUCH!
… and include your availability for the festival. CITY VISIONS JENA will have an hour slot on a weekday evening or weekend daytime between Wednesday 7th and Sunday 11th October 2015.
© Ruthe Zuntz