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The mission of the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS) is to preserve history and promote scholarship of grassroots urban space activism by researching and archiving efforts to create community spaces. We also exhibit materials that document these actions, to educate people on the political implications of reclaimed space.
All interns must submit a resume and cover letter. This is an unpaid position and you must be willing to contribute at least 15 hours a week, which includes at least one day on the weekend, for 3 months. Almost all interns operate from the front desk of the museum so you must have good greeting skills and some organizing ability. Fall interns also help with the museum's annual film festival, which takes place every September. The museum (MoRUS) is a partner with Time's Up! Environmental organization so some days we'll be helping out in the beautiful community gardens of the East Village.
Visit our website and Flickr page to know more about us:
99 S. 6th St., Brooklyn, New York, NY 11211, US
TIME'S UP! educates people about the environmental impacts of everyday purchases. We focus on transportation issues in New York City and have been instrumental in involving cyclists and skaters in large, mobile actions.
TIME'S UP! is a grassroots environmental group that has been working on environmental issues for 27 years. Educational outreach and direct action are the two most important aspects of TIME'S UP! We hold more than 100 free outdoor and indoor events each year. Our campaigns range from saving community gardens to promoting non-polluting transporation.
We'll work with your schedule.
155 Avenue CNew York, NY 10009
July 16, 2020