CERN is seeking a graphic design student for a three-month internship working with the graphic design team at CERN to develop a visual identity and graphic charter for SESAME. The internship is to be taken in the first quarter of 2017 at CERN. It comes with a stipend and allowance for travel expenses.
The ideal candidate hold a Bachelors degree in design or a related discipline, is enroled in a higher degree programme and is a national of one of the Members of SESAME (Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority, and Turkey). Is has to be able to work in English or French, and have a valid passport. Applications should be sent to service.graphique(at)cern.ch by Friday 20 January, and be accompanied by two letters of reference and a portfolio of work (an online portfolio will suffice). Interviews will take place via Skype ideally before the end of January 2017. (more…)
How can culture defy climate change? The second edition of the Cultural Innovation International Prize encourages projects that offer imaginative and effective solutions to one of the biggest global problems of the 21st century. The winning proposal will be included in an exhibition on the subject at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB).
Is open to innovative cultural projects that raise awareness about climate change, empowering and involving society actively in the global commitment to environmental responsibility. (more…)
The 2017 Ecsite Annual Conference (28th edition) will be held in Porto, Portugal, on 15-17 June 2017. This conference is organized by the natural History Science Museum of the University of Porto and Ciência Viva.
The conference has opened the call for proposals for its different format sessions: interactive workshops, panel sessions, reverse session, travelling exhibitions and poster showcase. (more…)
The European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN) Association is organizing the “Workshop on Culture for Nuclear Safety and Journalism” under the auspices of the EUROSAFE Conference in Munich on 7 – 8 November 2016. The aim of this workshop is to provide a set of informational tools and practical drills for journalists to strength competences required for achieving excellence in Culture for Nuclear Safety at European level.
This activity is funded by the European project NUSHARE which implements a European Education, Training and Information initiative proposed by the Commissioner for Research and Innovation and the Commissioner for Energy after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on 11 March 2011 (Fukushima). (more…)