If you’re interested in being part of the team that’s putting on next year’s Jue Festival taking place in Shanghai and Beijing, then here are the details. Split Works, the same people who brought you the Black Rabbit Festival, is looking for passionate interns who’re way LEET when it comes to Chinese and international alternative music, and also possess the requisite language skills, ability to work in a team, and other such employment jargon.
People who can help either market, assist, do PR, work the computer, write, translate, etc. should apply asap. Full details on the internship here.
For all the FOB’s out there (Fresh Off the Boeing), here’s the scoop. The Jue Festival has been going on for three years, with the 2011 edition playing host to 300 combined musicians, visual artists and performing artists in Shanghai and Beijing, and spread out over three weeks in 91 separate events. It’s, like, kind of a big deal.
Details for the fourth Jue Festival taking place in 2012 are still hush hush, but you can get updates at @juefestival.