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Internship Fair for the Creative & Performing Arts

Looking for an internship, part-time job, mentorship, networking experience or more? Don't miss the School of the Arts Internship Fair! You can meet with employers and organizations specifically chosen because of the opportunities they offer for creative and performing arts students. (See below for a list of the participating employers.)

Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020
3 to 5 p.m.
Burge Union, Forum C & D

BONUS! Come to the Internship Fair and get FREE professional headshots!! 

Opportunities Fair Employers & Organizations: (In alpha order)

825 Studios
825 Studios is a film and music studio founded by a collective of Midwestern native producers that built their careers in Los Angeles, Nashville and New York. The concept was spearheaded by entertainment professionals, who actively work and are deeply rooted in the heart of the Big Apple, Nashville's music row and Tinsel Town's film and music industry.

Charlotte Street Foundation
Cultivating an environment where contemporary art and artists thrive. 

Cider Gallery
Fine arts, events, and collaborative workspace in Lawrence. 

Exposure Inc.
Exposure is Kansas City’s premier model and talent agency, situated in Overland Park, KS.
We are a full service, union franchised agency specializing in Broadcast, Print, Runway and International Model Placement. An expert in their field heads each of these divisions. Exposure agents have a combined 35 years of experience booking models and talent worldwide for print, television, film, radio and theater.

Forge Repertory Theatre
A professional community of artists creating and revitalizing work through collaborative storytelling.

Kansas City Melting Pot Theatre
KCMPT creates thought provoking, professional productions that reveal the rich contributions diverse Americans have made to the theatrical tradition in the United States. As the premier African American theater company in Kansas City, our primary goal is to explore theatrical works, old and new, that feature complex stories of African American life as a lens through which we realize our shared humanity. We seek to build coalitions and partnerships across the diversity spectrum that can create bridges that facilitate opportunities to understand and celebrate our similarities and our differences.

Kansas City Public Theatre
By providing quality theatre productions free of charge to the public, Kansas City Public Theatre envisions theatre as an essential cultural good which should be fully accessible to all members of the community.

KCWIFT - Kansas City Women in Film & Television
Since its inception in 2004, Kansas City Women in Film & Television – a Chapter of Women in Film & Television International – has been helping women filmmakers, directors and producers achieve shared goals that once seemed out of reach.

KJHK 90.7 FM is the student-run radio station at the University of Kansas. Since 1975, the station has been the voice of independent radio in Lawrence.

KU Marketing & Communications
We are KU's brand stewards. And we use our strategic and creative expertise to advance KU's mission, honor our tradition, and deepen the understanding of what it means to be a Jayhawk. 

Lawrence Arts Center
The Lawrence Arts Center is a regional hub for visual and performing arts, contemporary exhibitions, film, and lectures. These programs are strengthened by fully developed curricula in ballet and modern dance, theater performance, and visual arts that observe National Core standards. 

Lied Center of Kansas
The Lied Center of Kansas serves the state’s flagship university, students and the greater community by functioning as a catalyst for the arts, creativity, engagement and community building.

Spencer Museum of Art
Located on the University of Kansas campus, the Spencer Museum of Art is a vibrant cultural center that sparks curiosity, inspires creativity, and creates connections
​among people through art.

SUA - Student Union Activities
The Student Union Activities (SUA) Board is a student organization that has planned or “programmed” events for the entire KU community to enjoy for over 70 years.  Events are chosen, planned, and carried out by our seven student committees.

Theatre Lawrence
Theatre Lawrence partners with volunteers to create and deliver extraordinary theatre and education programs that engage community members of all ages and backgrounds as audience members and participants.

Unicorn Theatre
By producing provocative new plays Unicorn Theatre fosters the next generation of great American writers and artists, creating innovative and intimate theatrical experiences that transcend the ordinary. We inspire the community to think and feel deeply; to see the world in new and different ways. Unicorn strives to be one of the preeminent homes for new plays in the country.

Wright/Laird Casting
Wright / Laird Casting has been serving the Motion Picture and Advertising industries since 1993. We specialize in full-service talent casting for Film, TV, Commercials, Corporate, Web, and Print Advertising.