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Luma Quarterly

Editorial Assistant

Luma is a quarterly online publication about independent film and media art published by the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers and EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society. Luma includes critical essays, news, reviews, event previews, interviews, reflections, and photo/video essays about culturally relevant productions, events and ideas. Luma aims to expand critical dialogue about media art and film from a Western Canadian perspective on an international platform.

The Editorial Assistant will work on the upcoming two issues, one released in May 2018 and one in August 2018 assisting the Editor in Chief and Publishers of Luma Film & Media Art Quarterly with editing duties including copyediting, fact-checking,  and writing teasers for articles.

The position will start as early as February 2018 and will end in August 2018. The student has the flexibility to work at EMMEDIA or CSIF’s office spaces, as well as virtually from home depending on the task. The student will also be required to attend an Editorial Committee meeting once per issue.

Ideal for someone with coursework in:

  • Visual Arts
  • English
  • Arts Administration/Management
  • Journalism
  • Communications
  • Arts and Cultural Studies

Some specialized skills required:

  • Knowledge of media arts and film.
  • Editing and writing experience.

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About SCiP

The Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) brings Alberta’s nonprofit organizations and post-secondary students together to make a difference in their communities.

SCiP internships are meaningful, skill-based opportunities providing mutual benefit to both nonprofit organizations and post-secondary students:

Nonprofit organizations gain added talent and human capacity so that they can better achieve their missions.

Post-secondary students gain skills, experience, and networks, along with a $1000 bursary, so that they can better achieve their missions.