Internship and volunteer inquiries for Co-Prosperity Sphere are reviewed monthly by a heterogeneous committee of artists and administrators.
Inquiries are reviewed the first week of each month, so submit by the end of the prior month to be considered.
Internship should be proposed at least 6 weeks prior to the requested period. Internships last no longer than 6 months, entail a 6 hour commitment weekly, and are designed with the intern to focus on projects or skills that apply to their areas of interest and desired learning.
Volunteer roles are available across the many programs of Public Media Institute - help us understand what you're interested in so we can plug you in with the appropriate crew.
At Lumpen Radio, we make & share all of our programming with you for free, because we think its important. Our station is listener supported so we rely on donations and financial support from donors like you.
By making any level of donation, you can become a Lumpen Radio Member! This means you’ll have access to member-only events, sweet discounts to public events at Co-Prosperity, and a chance to win some Lumpen Radio swag once a month.
The Public Media Institute, the organization that manages WLPN, is a 501(c) 3 non profit corporation that may receive tax-deductible charitable contributions from individuals and corporations. Reach out to us if you'd like to make a larger donation or become a corporate sponsor.
Exhibition + artwork proposals for Co-Prosperity Sphere exhibitions are typically reviewed twice yearly by a heterogeneous committee of 8-12 artists.
Due Dates are May 29th for review in June and November 30 for review in December.
Any proposals selected by this process should be ready to engage the space 6-18 months after selection' during the intervening time, the PMI community will support the artists and organizers in planning, press, funding, install, and other logistics.
One night exhibitions can sometimes be booked with less advance notice but must be carried out in full by the proposing applicant, who must produce the exhibition and return the space and walls to original condition. Public Media Institute cannot contribute promotional, installation, or other logistical support for these exhibitions, which, if accepted, are subject to minor staffing and overhead charges. Rentals are not subject to as long a review process and can be proposed with a separate rental form.
Concert and Performance proposals for Co-Prosperity Sphere are reviewed twice yearly by a heterogeneous committee of 8-12 artists and musicians.
Due Dates are October 30th for review in September and February 30 for review in March.
Any selected concerts and performance events should take place 3-9 months post-selection.
New audio content proposals for Lumpen Radio are reviewed twice yearly by a heterogeneous committee of station administrators, journalists, musicians, and current DJs.
Due Dates are September 30th for review in October and February 30 for review in March.
Logan Bay, Lumpen Radio Director, will contact you within a month of review if there is space for and interest in your radio show.