Institute for Unpopular Culture Internship Profile
Since 1989, the Institute for Unpopular Culture (IFUC) has supported emerging artists and promoted artistic attempts to challenge the status quo. IFUC works to lessen the financial disparity between rebellious artists and those who cater to public taste and opinion to survive, and offers legal support to censored artists. Among its list of “unpopular” artists are Holly Hughes, Dan Das Mann and Julia “Butterfly” Hill, the environmental activist who famously lived in a tree to protest the desecration of Northern California forests. The institute also launched the Punk Rock Orchestra, a group that performs orchestral arrangements of punk songs.
Become a Gold Member to read more instantly
Benefits of membership
Get the inside story with exclusive
in-depth profiles on top employers
Find out what are you really worth
Who is "the best to work for" in your industry?
Workplace culture, getting hired and more