The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum is making preparations to launch a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for senior management and staff positions for 2013. This will include Curator, Museum Director, and General Manager senior positions.
The Hip Hop Hall of Fame will also convene an Exhibit and Programming Committee of Hip Hop pioneers and heavyweights to begin the process of developing the permanent and interactive exhibits to include the writing, and storytelling for the programs. This will coincide with the Museum’s recent RFQ for Architects, Engineers, Exhibit Designers, and Building Contractors.
Hip Hop Global Media & Entertainment will assist in expanding the youth outreach program for internships, and volunteers to join the Hip Hop Hall of Fame’s official website and participate in bringing the Museum to life. They will be able to participate in forums, fundraisers, talent showcases, national & international tour events, and in Hip Hop Music & Culture content creation through their very own profile page on the site.
‘We are pleased that the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum project is moving forward and that it will have a major socio-economic impact on tourism, culture, education, live events & broadcasting, and job creation in New York City’, stated JT Thompson, the creator and executive producer of the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards TV show that aired on BET Cable Network in the 90s.