August 19, 2022

ARC Newsletter August 19, 2022

ARC Newsletter 8/19/22

Upcoming Deadlines

(1) August 20: Kallisto Gaia Poetry and Short Fiction Prizes

(2) August 24: Dramatist Guild Foundation Fellowship

(3) August 28: Masters Review Short Story Award for New Writers

(4) August 30: Canadian Women Artists’ Award

(5) August 31: Aesthetica Creative Writing Award

(6) August 31: Gulf Coast Prize in Translation

(7) August 31: Gemini Magazine Flash Fiction Contest

(8) August 31: Talking Gourds Fischer Prize

(9) August 31: Grid Books Off the Grid Poetry Prize

(10) August 31: Black Lawrence Press St. Lawrence Book Award

(11) August 31: Toni Beauchamp Prize in Critical Art Writing

(12) September 15: Tasveer Film Fund Script Submission

(13) October 10: DGA Student Film Awards Submissions

Professional Development Opportunities

(14) Demystifying NFTs Workshop

(15) Supportive Community for Artists & Photographers

Job Opportunities

Multidisciplinary

(16) Senior Program Manager, Community Arts Education (White Plains, NY)

(17) Program Officer, Fiscal Sponsorship, New York Foundation for the Arts (Brooklyn, NY)

(18) Events Manager, El Museo del Barrio (New York, NY)

(19) Elementary, Middle, and High School Tutors in NYC, Thinking Caps Group (New York, NY)

(20) Development Manager, El Museo del Barrio (New York, NY)

(21) School, Youth, and Group Programs Manager, New York Transit Museum (Brooklyn NY)

(22) Assistant Director of Special Events and Engagement, Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY)

(23) Grants Manager, South Street Seaport Museum (New York, NY)

(24) Special Programs Coordinator for the Arts, Alfred University (Alfred, NY)

(25) Special Events Associate, The Jewish Museum (New York, NY)

(26) Teaching Artist, Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn, NY)

(27) Teaching Artist, Columbia College Chicago (Chicago, IL)

Film

(28) Part-Time Film History Instructor, New York Film Academy (New York, NY)

(29) Manager, Special Events, Film at Lincoln Center (New York, NY)

(30) Youth Media Documentary Film Instructor, Educational Video Center (New York, NY)

(31) Associate Producer, 20/20, Disney General Entertainment Content (New York, NY)

(32) Producer/Editor, Long Form, ABC News (New York, NY)

(33) Assistant Professor of Social Justice Filmmaking, University of Rhode Island (Kingston, RI)

(34) Videographer, San Diego State University (San Diego, CA)

(35) Lecturer in Cinematic Arts, California State University Monterey Bay (Seaside, CA)

(36) Video and Photography Specialist, Rice University (Houston, TX)

(37) Part-Time Faculty, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

(38) University Videographer and Photographer, Texas Wesleyan University (Fort Worth, TX)

(39) Video Editor, Symphony Space (New York, NY)

(40) Editorial Producer, CNN FlashDocs (New York, NY)

(41) Associate Video Producer, Oprah Daily (New York, NY)

(42) Project Manager- Video Content, Creative Circle (New York, NY)

Theatre

(43) Artistic Director/Producer, Ojai Playwrights Conference (Ojai, CA)

(44) Managing Director, HERE Art Center (New York, NY)

(45) Co-Artistic Directors, Ensemble Studio Theatre (New York, NY)

(46) Institutional Giving Manager, Theatre Development Fund (New York, NY)

(47) Director of Development, New York Theatre Workshop (Brooklyn, NY)

(48) Associate Producer, New York Theatre Workshop (New York, NY)

(49) Interim General Manager, Fisher Center at Bard (Annandale-On-Hudson, NY)

(50) Company Manager, Playwright’s Horizons (New York, NY)

(51) Director of Production, Columbia University School of the Arts (New York, NY)

(52) Immersive Stage Management/ASM & Company Management/ACM, DSB Productions (New York, NY)

(53) Artistic Line Producer, Pasadena Playhouse (Pasadena, CA)

(54) Performing Arts Center Director, Brooklyn College (Brooklyn NY)

(55) Part-Time Project Coordinator, The Leah Ryan Fund (New York, NY/Remote)

(56) Assistant Professor of Acting, Cal Poly Pomona (Pomona, CA)

(57) Voice and Diction Faculty, Salem State University (Salem, MA)

Visual Arts

(58) Program Associate, Dia Art Foundation (New York, NY)

(59) Executive Director, The Luminary (St. Louis, MO)

(60) Administrator, Shapiro Auctions (Mamaroneck, NY) 

(61) Studio Production Assistant, Art Studio (Brooklyn, NY)

(62) Lecturer in Visual and Public Arts, California State University Monterey Beach (Seaside, CA)

(63) Adjunct Instructor in Art, Alcorn State University (Lorman, MS)

(64) Studio Arts Shop Manager, Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY) 

(65) Gallery Administrator, Jeffrey Deitch Inc. (New York, NY)

(66) Art Handler/Installer, Authentic Transport Fine Art Services (Long Island City, NY)

(67) Adjunct in Basic Jewelry Design, Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD)

(68) Adjunct in Beginning Drawing, Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD)

(69) Adjunct in Intermediate Drawing, Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD)

(70) Adjunct in African-American Art, Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD)

(71) Adjunct in Art History, Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD)

(72) Visual Arts Curator, Hobart and William Smith Colleges (Geneva, NY)

Writing

(73) Publications Manager, Utah Shakespeare Festival (Cedar City, UT)

(74) Assistant Professor in Poetry, The University of British Columbia (Vancouver, BC)

(75) Newswriter, Nightline, Disney General Entertainment Content (New York, NY)

(76) Part-time Faculty, Writers Room, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

(77) Assistant Professor of English Pedagogy, Murray State University (Murray, KY)

(78) Executive Director, Street Poets (Los Angeles, CA)

(79) Production Coordinator, The University of Chicago (Chicago, IL)

(80) Adjunct Instructor, Oregon Institute of Technology (Klamath Falls, OR)

(81) Literary Director, San Antonio Book Festival (San Antonio, TX)

(82) Reading & Writing Tutor, C2 Education (Eastchester, NY)

(83) Assistant Professor, University of Central Missouri (Warrensburg, MO)

(84) Editorial Assistant, Hachette Book Group (Brentwood, TN) 

(85) Assistant Professor of Fiction Writing, University of Nebraska (Omaha, NE)

(86) Associate Editorial Page Editor, New York Post (New York, NY/Hybrid)

(87) Assistant Director, Writing Institute, Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, NY)

Internships

(88) Black Theatre Coalition- BAA Fellow, Broadway Across America (Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Cincinnati, OH; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Houston, TX; Louisville, KY; Minneapolis, MN; New York, NY; Salt Lake City, UT; Seattle, WA)

(89) Producing Intern, TBD Theatricals (New York, NY)

(90) Social Media Internship, TodayTix Group (New York, NY)

(91) Management Intern, Broadway International Group (New York, NY)

(92) Producing Intern, Jeffrey Richards Associates (New York, NY)

(93) Administrative Intern, The Hole (Los Angeles, CA)

(94) Part-Time Internship, Artists Space Inc (New York, NY)

(95) Education Intern, Art21 (New York, NY)

(96) Internship, Hill Art Foundation (New York, NY)

Upcoming Deadlines

(1)

Kallisto Gaia Poetry and Short Fiction Prizes

Deadline: August 20, 2022

Two prizes of $1,500 each and publication in Ocotillo Review are given annually for a poem and a short story. Zoë Fay-Stindt will judge the Julia Darling Memorial Poetry Prize and Jen Knox will judge the Chester B. Himes Memorial Short Fiction Prize. Using only the online submission system, submit up to three poems of no more than 65 lines each or a story of up to 4,200 words with a $20 entry fee, which includes a copy of Ocotillo Review, by August 20. 

For more information and to enter, click here!

(2)

Dramatist Guild Foundation Fellowship

Deadline: August 24, 2022

The Fellows program is a year-long New York City-based intensive for professional dramatists who are looking to develop their existing work in the next level of their careers. The Fellows is a free program, hosted by the Dramatists Guild Foundation, to eliminate historical barriers of entry for many emerging dramatists. This cohort of playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists will work together under the guidance and leadership of Award-winning dramatists to develop their current work in pursuit of further development and production. 

Fellows who are selected will receive:

  • A $5,000 Seller-Lehrer Family Foundation Scholarship
  • One-on-one mentoring from accomplished professionals in the field who help them hone their process, find their unique voice, and revise and edit an existing work ready for development
  • Access to career resources
  • Connections to partner with national arts organizations
  • The opportunity to participate in a presentation of their work for top theater professionals

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(3)

Masters Review Short Story Award for New Writers

Deadline: August 28, 2022

A prize of $3,000 and publication in Masters Review is given twice yearly for a short story by an emerging writer. Writers who have not published a book are eligible, as are writers who have published a book with a circulation of less than 5,000. The winning story will also be sent to Victoria Cappello (Bent Agency), Sarah Fuentes (Fletcher & Company), Siobhan McBride (Carnicelli Literary Management), Andrea Morrison (Writers House), Heather Schroder (Compass Talent), and Nat Sobel (Sobel Weber Associates) for review. Submit a short story of up to 6,000 words with a $20 entry fee from July 1 to August 28.

For more information and to enter, click here!

(4)

Canadian Women Artists’ Award

Deadline: August 30, 2022

The Canadian Women Artists’ Award is a $5,000 cash grant open to Canadian women artists ages 25-40 in New York State.

The Canadian Women Artists’ Award (CWAA) is supported by funding granted to NYFA by the Canadian Women’s Club (CWC) of New York as a way to continue its philanthropic work when it disbanded.

The CWAA is an unrestricted cash grant and can be used in any manner the recipient deems necessary to further their artistic goals.

In 2022, CWC and NYFA will be awarding three (3) $5,000 awards, one in each of the following categories:

  1. Visual Arts: Painting, Photography, Craft/Sculpture, Printmaking/Drawing, or Interdisciplinary Work
  2. Media and Design: Video/Film, Experimental Sound, or Design
  3. Literary Arts: Poetry, Nonfiction, Fiction, or Playwriting/Screenwriting

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(5)

Aesthetica Creative Writing Award

Deadline: August 31, 2022

Two prizes of £2,500 (approximately $3,256) each and publication in Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual are given annually for a poem and a short story. In addition, the winner in poetry also receives a membership to the Poetry Society in London, and the winner in short fiction receives a consultation with the literary agency Redhammer Management. Both winners receive a subscription to Granta and a selection of books from Vintage Books. Using only the online submission system, submit a poem of up to 40 lines with a £12 (approximately $16) entry fee or a short story of up to 2,000 words with an £18 (approximately $23) entry fee by August 31.

For more information and to enter, click here!

(6)

Gulf Coast Prize in Translation

Deadline: August 31, 2022

A prize of $1,000 and publication in Gulf Coast is given in alternating years for a group of poems or a prose excerpt translated from any language into English. The 2022 prize will be given for poetry. Submit up to 10 pages of poetry translated into English and a copy of the original text with a $26 entry fee, which includes a subscription to Gulf Coast, or a $13 entry fee, which includes a half-year subscription, by August 31. 

For more information and to enter, click here!

(7)

Gemini Magazine Flash Fiction Contest

Deadline: August 31, 2022

A prize of $1,000 and publication in Gemini Magazine is given annually for a short short story. The editors will judge. Submit a story of up to 1,000 words with a $7 entry fee by August 31.

For more information and to enter, click here!

(8)

Talking Gourds Fischer Prize

Deadline: August 31, 2022

A prize of $1,000 is given annually for a single poem. The winner will also be featured in a Bardic Trails online reading in 2023 and will receive a $100 honorarium for participating. Anna Scotti will judge. Submit a poem of up to three pages with a $10 entry fee ($25 for three poems) by August 31. 

For more information and to enter, click here!

(9) 

Grid Books Off the Grid Poetry Prize

Deadline: August 31, 2022

A prize of $1,000 and publication by Grid Books is given annually for a poetry collection by a writer over the age of 60. Garrett Hongo will judge. Using only the online submission system, submit a manuscript of at least 50 pages with a $25 entry fee by August 31.

For more information and to enter, click here!

(10)

Black Lawrence Press St. Lawrence Book Award

Deadline: August 31, 2022

A prize of $1,000 and publication by Black Lawrence Press is given annually for a debut collection of poems, short stories, or essays. The editors will judge. Using only the online submission system, submit a poetry manuscript of 45 to 95 pages or a prose manuscript of 120 to 280 pages with a $27 entry fee by August 31. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(11)

2022 Beauchamp Prize in Critical Art Writing

Deadline: August 31, 2022

Surveying the scope of critical art writing today, the board, advisory board, and editors of Gulf Coast recognize the significant lack of venues and support for young and mid-career writers working across the United States. The Toni Beauchamp Prize in Critical Art Writing seeks to address this lacuna by bringing exposure to writers who are dealing with the spirit of the age and are unafraid to ask difficult questions. 

 

The 2022 Beauchamp Prize will be judged by Legacy Russell.

 

Grounded in both scholarship and journalism, critical art writing occupies a specific niche. The best examples appeal to a diverse readership through an accessible approach and maintain a unique voice and literary excellence. The Beauchamp Prize will consider submissions of work that have been written (or published) within the last year. A variety of creative approaches and formats to writing on the visual arts are encouraged, and can include thematic essays, exhibition reviews, and scholarly essays.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(12)

Tasveer Film Fund

Deadline: September 15, 2022

Starting at the height of the pandemic in 2020, TFF was one of the first kind of funds in the United States solely dedicated to supporting South Asian filmmakers. Winners receive a monetary grant and year-long mentorship, to help bring their scripts to life.

With partial support from Netflix, Tasveer has expanded the annual funding program to support three projects – narrative, documentary and LGBTQIA+ short film projects, in addition to a feature narrative project.

For more information and to submit, click here!

(13)

DGA Student Film Awards Submissions

Deadline: October 10, 2022

The deadline for the 28th Annual DGA Student Film Awards for African American, Asian American, Latino and Women Directors is Monday, October 10th. This year, the DGA is introducing a brand new Documentary Award! 

For more than two decades, the Student Film Awards have spotlighted dozens of African American, Asian American, Latino and Women filmmakers. Winners of the DGA Student Film Awards in each category will receive a $2,500 prize from the DGA. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

Professional Development Opportunities

(14)

Demystifying NFTs Workshop 

Virtual

Fall 2022

Demystifying NFTs is a two-part workshop series and award program where artists, performers, writers, and cultural workers can learn how to create eco-responsible NFTs.

 

While NFTs have disrupted the art world, many of us cannot explain how this technology functions. The conversation is often characterized by inaccessible jargon, which is further complicated by the fact that blockchains have become increasingly known for their negative environmental impact—making many hesitant to enter the space.

 

For this reason, NYFA partnered with artist/technologist Laura Ó Reilly, who developed this program as part of her new Technology Gap initiative in an effort to ground crypto back to earth. Demystifying NFTs presents an accessible, environmentally conscious alternative to creating and stewarding NFTs. 

 

We invite all interested parties with an internet connection to join us for this two-part workshop series, free for qualifying artists and cultural workers through the generous support of Rockefeller Brothers Fund. 

 

For more information, click here!

(15)

Supportive Community for Artists & Photographers

Solas Studio

New York, NY

Solas Studio is proud to announce the roll-out of a membership program providing quarterly open-call exhibitions, member-curated exhibitions, developmental workshops, and a savings account for physical/digital artist services to photographers and fine artists. Members set their own dues to fit their needs on a sliding scale (from just $5/mo) and those dues that are paid in monthly roll over into an accruing balance that can be used towards:

  • Fine Art Printing
  • Classes, Workshops, and Skill-Shares
  • Professional Photography and Artwork Digitization
  • Shooting Studio Rentals
  • Regular Socials and Critique Nights
  • and more!

For more information and to apply, click here!

Job Opportunities

Multidisciplinary

(16)

Senior Program Manager

Community Arts Education

White Plains, NY

ArtsWestchester seeks a passionate arts leader to serve as Senior Program Manager to lead our Community Arts Education Department looking at the broad lens of arts education, expanding and integrating new community programs into what we currently implement. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who believes that arts education is a means to bring communities together and advance social justice and equity. 

The Senior Program Manager develops, implements and oversees current and projected arts-in-education initiatives including: ArtsWestchester’s Artist in Residence program, the ArtsWestchester Arts Mobile, our Young Adult Leadership Council, and Teen Tuesdays & Thursdays. As a member of the Public Programs Department, the Senior Program Manager will collaborate closely with team members to shape public-facing educational activities, such as talks and workshops, and professional development workshops for teaching artists, interns and youth. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(17)

Program Officer, Fiscal Sponsorship

New York Foundation for the Arts

Brooklyn, NY

Diversity Equity Inclusion Accessibility

The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to supporting a more equitable arts sector. Our values of equity, diversity, and inclusion are critical to our mission to serve all artists. NYFA's offices are accessible. Individuals of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Salary & Benefits

This is a full-time position at 32 hours per week. Salary 40-45k, paid time off: vacation, personal and sick days, 80 percent employer contribution for health insurance with optional dental and vision (insurance eligibility begins the first of the month after an employee’s hire date), 403b (employer matching contributions available after a 3-year term of employment). 

Position Objective 

NYFA is seeking a Fiscal Sponsorship Program Officer with expertise in the nonprofit performing arts (dance, theater, music) sector to join our team. The scope of the position includes program administration and customer service, leading consultations, and facilitating public programs. 

Ideal candidates will have prior experience in development, philanthropy, and/or fiscal sponsorship, as well as an interest in educating artists about fundraising, business development, and entrepreneurial skills. Practicing artists and cultural workers are strongly encouraged to apply. More information about fiscal sponsorship and the services we offer to artists across disciplines can be found here: https://www.nyfa.org/fiscal-sponsorship/

For more information and to apply, click here!

(18)

Events Manager

El Museo del Barrio

New York, NY

The Events Manager at El Museo is responsible for creating one-of-a-kind events that can range from studio visits, lectures and intimate member events to large scale galas and parties. The Manager will organize and lead events from concept to completion, communicating effectively to senior management/event partners/vendors, while delivering events within budget. This position also requires identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and recognizing event underwriters/ sponsors and other event participants.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(19)

Elementary, Middle, and High School Tutors in NYC

Thinking Caps Group

New York, NY

Thinking Caps is a boutique tutoring company that provides the following services to NYC-area students: 

  • Study and executive functioning skills instruction
  • Individualized subject tutoring (including English, math, foreign languages, and science)
  • Test prep support (ISEE, SSAT, SAT, ACT, SHSAT, SAT subject tests, etc.) 

We're currently seeking to hire qualified instructors who can help students study smarter, not harder.

 

Benefits

While working for Thinking Caps tutors can expect:

 

  • Advanced training to help develop students’ study/executive functioning skills
  • Opportunities to teach material from their particular field(s) of study
  • Access to our comprehensive Resource Library to help you prepare for lessons
  • Flexible hours and travel compensation when applicable  
  • Academic support from our team of Academic Directors and Liaisons 

 

The work is done at the students’ homes or schools. Please note that we request that all applicants are prepared to take on at least three students for the duration of an academic year. Compensation is $25-$50 depending on education level. Finally, we ask that all applicants have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, but can work with exceptions if provided with requisite explanation

Applicants should send resumes to [email protected]. We ask that candidates include a little information about themselves and why they’re interested in tutoring. 

(20)

Development Manager

El Museo del Barrio

New York, NY

The Department of Development at El Museo del Barrio raises funds from individuals, corporations, government entities, and foundations, to support the mission of the museum. The Development Manager is a new position for the museum, signaling an emergent priority to support the Director, and primarily build and sustain a community of major donors. The successful candidate will develop a portfolio of donors with the intention of building a robust community of those giving $5,000 and more. Key responsibilities include donor research, personal solicitation, management of the El Museo membership program, volunteer management, interactive communications, stewardship, and maintaining accurate donor records in Raiser’s Edge. 

The Development Manager will engage donors and prospects personally through meetings, events, tours, and more. They will enjoy a fair amount of latitude in creating new opportunities for engagement, and write proposals, reports, as well as acknowledgment, cultivation, and solicitation letters. This is a great opportunity for someone with an entrepreneurial approach and enthusiasm for working directly with donors. The Development Manager partially supervises a development associate, with overall supervision reserved for the Director of Development.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(21)

School, Youth, and Group Programs Manager

New York Transit Museum

Brooklyn, NY

The School, Youth and Group Programs Manager (Manager) is responsible for the development and implementation of the Museum’s school, youth, family, and group experiences onsite, offsite, and online. The Museum’s educational programs focus on the history of our region through the lens of public transit and span a variety of topics that connect to many disciplines, including history, science, and the arts. The School, Youth and Group Programs Manager has a strong background in informal learning and museum pedagogy and helps set the strategy for educational engagement. The Manager writes lesson plans and curricula, leads programs, and develops ongoing comprehensive training sessions for teaching staff. The Manager is responsible for recruiting, retaining, and managing staff who lead school, youth, and group programs, and will also teach programs as needed. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(22)

Assistant Director of Special Events and Engagement

Whitney Museum of American Art

New York, NY

The Assistant Director of Special Events and Engagement will design, manage, and implement Museum events with a special focus on fundraising events, high-level donor events (involving Trustees, patron groups, etc.), internal exhibition opening dinners, and special projects involving the Director’s Office or other Museum-wide initiatives. The Assistant Director of Special Events and Engagement will also provide critical leadership and oversight of the Museum’s annual Gala and Studio Party and will be responsible for event execution at the highest standards of professionalism and overall experience for guests. The position will operationalize Gala programming, fundraising strategy, and internal schedules. The Assistant Director of Special Events and Engagement is a senior member of the Corporate Giving and Events team and will provide event expertise and knowledge across all high-touch events, and will serve as an events liaison between the Advancement and Administration department including the Trustee’s Office.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(23)

Grants Manager

South Street Seaport Museum

New York, NY

The South Street Seaport Museum, located in the heart of the South Street Seaport Historic District in New York City, preserves and interprets the history of New York as a great port city. Founded in 1967, and designated by Congress as America’s National Maritime Museum in 1998, the Museum houses an extensive collection of works of art and artifacts, a maritime reference library, exhibition galleries and education spaces, working nineteenth-century print shops, and an active fleet of historic vessels to provide interactive exhibits and experiences to 50,000 visitors and hands-on educational programs for 12,000 students, in a typical year, to tell the story of “Where New York Begins.” The Seaport Museum is seeking a Grants Manager with the primary responsibility of securing support from foundations, government agencies, and corporations for general operating, programmatic, and capital purposes. Reporting to the Vice President for External Affairs, the Grants Manager will strengthen and expand the Seaport Museum’s institutional giving portfolio and maximize its fundraising potential.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(24)

Special Programs Coordinator for the Arts

Alfred University

Alfred, NY

Provides administrative and logistics leadership to the School of Art and Design + Performing Arts Division special programs. Working closely with coworkers to ensure that special programs and their operations run smoothly to support faculty, staff, students, and visitors.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(25)

Special Events Associate

The Jewish Museum

New York, NY

The Special Events Associate supports a large variety of events produced by the Special Events Department including but not limited to the annual Purim Ball Gala, Art and Design Tour, New York Jewish Film Festival Opening Night, donor cultivation and fundraising events, and travel opportunities for members and donors. This position requires strong organizational, communication and problem-solving skills.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(26)

Arts and Academic Pathways Instructor and Curator (Teaching Artist)

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

Brooklyn, NY

BAM seeks a highly qualified and experienced Arts and Academic Pathways Instructor and Curator for our Brooklyn Interns for Arts and Culture (BIAC) program for high school seniors interested in exploring academic and career experiences in the performing, visual, administrative, and liberal arts.

The instructor will support students in their college application processes, introduce them to myriad artistic careers and institutions, support students in the scholarship and financial aid process, execute teen-related events for our annual DanceAfrica festival, and curate teen-centered social outings and events for students to build community.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(27)

Teaching Artist

Columbia College Chicago

Chicago, IL

Reporting to the Program Manager, On-Site Program Coordinator (PC), and School Principal at assigned Community School, the Part-Time Teaching Artist is a grant-funded position, responsible for creating, planning and the delivery of 10 to 14-week curriculum program in the areas of visual art (painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, etc), theater/ performance art, music, digital media (filmmaking, graphic design, etc), design (product design, game design, etc) Sports/ Physical Activity/ Martial Arts, mentoring and youth leadership.

For more information and to apply, click here!

Film

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Part-Time Film History Instructor

New York Film Academy

New York, NY

LAS Instructors with a focus on the following classes: English, Film History, Public Speaking, Critical Thinking, Science in Movies, First Year Seminar

Faculty members provide instruction for students to develop practical skills & theoretical knowledge for their respective disciplines. Additionally, faculty members may be called upon to serve on departmental committees, Thesis Committees, and as other departmental support.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(29)

Manager, Special Events

Film at Lincoln Center

New York, NY

Job Overview

The Manager of Special Events works under the direction of the Senior Director of Special Events and Industry Relations (Sr. Dir SE) to create, manage and execute Film at Lincoln Center (FLC) events year round and to assist with the tracking of Industry contacts 

About The Role

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

For more information and to apply, click here!

(30)

Youth Media Documentary Film Instructor

Educational Video Center

New York, NY

Educational Video Center is an award-winning non-profit youth media organization dedicated to teaching documentary filmmaking as a means to develop the artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. EVC currently has openings for Youth Media Documentary Film Instructors for in-school and afterschool documentary filmmaking programs for the 2022-23 school year.

EVC offers in-school and afterschool documentary filmmaking programming for youth across New York City. In each program, students collaborate on the production of a short documentary film about a social justice issue of their choosing that they identify as having significance to their own lives and communities. The program culminates in public screenings of their documentaries.

The curriculum draws from both EVC’s signature Youth Powered Videocurriculum, and curriculum crafted by individual instructors in coordination with the supervisor in order to meet the particular needs of the group, the social justice topic, and the filmmaking process.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(31)

Associate Producer, 20/20

Disney General Entertainment Content

New York, NY

ABC News’ “20/20” award-winning prime-time news magazine is hiring an Associate Producer to provide logistical and editorial support for all aspects of long-form production. From true crime mysteries, exclusive newsmaker interviews and high-profile stories, the AP will collaborate with show producers to cover and create content. The AP will also be responsible for booking guests, setting up and participating in field shoots, gathering and organizing new elements and archive video, and supporting editors during the pre- and post-production process. Candidates are expected to be able to travel at times and join our breaking news 20/20 specials.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Prior experience with long-form video production a plus
  • Basic knowledge of non-linear editing (Avid/Adobe) a plus
  • Excellent communication, organization skills, attention to detail is essential
  • Strong editorial judgment
  • Booking guests
  • Field experience including working with crews and conducting of interviews.
  • Understanding of production technologies in both pre- and post- production.
  • Easily multitasks and adapts quickly to changing priorities
  • Knowledge of archival and digital resources

For more information and to apply, click here!

(32)

Producer/Editor, Long Form

ABC News

New York, NY

ABC News is responsible for all of the ABC Television Network’s news programming, including “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline,” “Good Morning America,” “GMA3,” “20/20,” “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” ABC News Live, ABC News Radio, ABCNews.com, and satellite service NewsOne.  The News division also creates content for various streaming partners like Disney + and Hulu.  These award-winning teams provide the latest information and analysis of major events to bring viewers a better understanding of the world.  ABC News has an opening for a Producer/Editor in its Post Production Department.

This position is a hybrid position with a balance of remote and on-site editing at our NY facility.

Responsibilities

  • Duties will focus on long form style editing and production for Network platforms and external clients.  
  • Candidate must be able to collaborate with a team as well as work independently and bring fresh ideas to projects. Edit teams often share projects, therefore editor must be able to manage their project as part of an editing team.
  • As a leader in breaking news, ABCNEWS often shifts priorities to important stories that supersede active assignment.  Candidate must be flexible to move from one project to another, working weekends when necessary. 

Basic Qualifications

  • Proven proficiency and minimum 2 years working in News Magazine and Documentary style editing and producing. 
  • Minimum 5 years working in Broadcast News
  • Strong Writing skills, understand story structure and knowledge of field acquisition and formats. 
  • Extensive experience in editing complex sequences with effects, audio sweetening, color work and be familiar with current FCC regulations.
  • Expert in Avid Media Composer and experience with Avid Interplay.
  • Experience with third party effects a must; Sapphire, BCC.
  • Must be available to work flexible hours and weekends and perform duties under deadline.
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines, attention to detail, work well under pressure.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Assistant Professor of Social Justice Filmmaking

University of Rhode Island

Kingston, RI

The Department of Film/Media in the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island invites applications for a tenure-line faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor for a filmmaker/editor with a record of work that addresses issues of race, social and/or economic inequity and social justice.

We seek a filmmaker who demonstrates the ability to develop a sustained creative filmmaking agenda especially in the areas of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) – specifically in regards to race, gender, and sexuality.

The candidate will be immersed in producing their own creative work, demonstrating a mastery of in-depth technical skills, aesthetic sensibilities, and all-around production knowledge, with an emphasis on editing theory and practice. The successful candidate must have a strong record of instructional and mentoring experience, established technical proficiency, as well as experience and interest in course development. A solid record of achievement at notable Film Festivals or other national distribution channels is expected. Post-production expertise should include the ability to teach current workflows and non-linear editing platforms such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid, DaVinci Resolve, and Pro Tools, After Effects, Logic Pro, VFX, Green Screen, Color Grading, and post-production sound mixing.

The candidate will demonstrate the ability to develop a sustained creative filmmaking agenda, and the capacity to assume advising duties, including mentoring and advising students working on advanced level production projects, advising students on academic matters, participating in departmental activities such as portfolio review and senior showcase, and interfacing with the media industry and related fields.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Videographer

San Diego State University

San Diego, CA

Under the direction of the Government Affairs & Communications Director, the Videographer is responsible for developing, scheduling, filming, directing, and producing videos and photos as they relate to promotions, sales, marketing, programs, and customer service for Associated Students.

Primary Functions

  • Responsible for completing assigned projects on a timely basis. Individual must be self-directed and able to prioritize multiple, intricate, simultaneous projects and work directly with program supervisors, student staff, and professional coordinators
  • Must be creative and be able to communicate creative ideas prior to shooting/editing
  • Maintains excellent personal time management and scheduling. Ensures the ability to be present for special events or other filming opportunities required of each project
  • Projects include, but are not limited to: videos, event promotions, facility promotion, A.S. promotion, social media videos, event recap etc.
  • Assists with, flyers, web banners, promotional TV slides, photos and other projects
  • Responsible for including relevant logos, disclaimers, credits and other content in each video; ensures all work completed is in keeping with Associated Students guidelines
  • Must be ready, willing and able to discuss the benefits of Associated Students to other students and the campus community
  • Proactive, positive and conscientious demeanor is required. Must be able to work quickly, under pressure, and with multiple projects
  • Completes other duties as necessary

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Lecturer AY – Cinematic Arts & Technology

California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB)

Seaside, CA

Candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence and student success at the university level. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Lecturers are required to maintain additional hours outside the classroom to provide assistance to students. Specific assignments are dependent upon department needs. Candidates may be called upon to teach in a distance education mode.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(36)

Video and Photography Specialist

Rice University

Houston, TX

The video and photography specialist provides professional photography and video media production within the department of Public Affairs and reports to the director of marketing. This position is responsible for using videos and photography to tell the story of Rice University to a variety of audiences, including the news media and the internal community, using print, web, broadcast, email, social and other communication formats. The overall goal is to consistently communicate the brand and identity of Rice University and to accurately and persuasively represent and market the university and its programs. This position requires independent judgment to make decisions in carrying out production assignments that have a significant impact on target audiences.  Duties include video and photography creation, editing, ideation, recording from pre-production to post-production completion.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(37)

Part-Time Faculty: Video Sketchbook

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

The Department of Film and Media Arts within the College of Visual and Performing Arts seeks a Part-Time Instructor to teach Video Sketchbook, a 3 credit hour course, during the Fall semester, 2022.

We are hiring for 2 sections of this course.

Teaching video as a medium for perceptual and conceptual development. Most work is done exclusively with camcorders. Editing equipment and instruction is available for projects requiring post production.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(38)

University Videographer and Photographer

Texas Wesleyan University

Fort Worth, TX

Serves as the lead on video, audio and photography content in matters of marketing and communication. Responsible for creating and promoting a strong and unified institutional image through video, utilizing motion graphics, audio and photography that clearly presents the stature and achievements of the university to its key audience within brand guidelines.

 

Designs, shoots and produces videos and photography for traditional and digital advertising for recruitment, public relations, advancement and internal communication that support the university in achieving its major initiatives and goals. Works closely with marketing and communications staff and collaborates with members of the university in planning and producing these projects.

 

Provides video, audio and photography expertise to the marketing and communications team, including pitching creative ideas. Supports and trains university staff and community on the use of the brand.

 

On-campus attendance required. With potential for intermittent hybrid work-from-home days.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(39)

Video Editor

Symphony Space

New York, NY

Symphony Space seeks a dynamic full-time Video Editor. Reporting to the Senior Marketing Manager, the Video Editor is an integral member of an eight-person marketing team. This is an ideal entry-level position for a person with a background in video and audio editing, a passion for the performing arts, and a creative and collaborative spirit.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Create, edit, and post digital content, including but not limited to pre-recorded programs, social media teasers, post-show highlights, fundraising videos, learning modules, and marketing videos 
  • In collaboration with the Social Media Team, create ongoing content to increase social engagement
  • Coordinate video and content management with each department 
  • In person social media coverage for events 

Desired Skills & Traits: 

  • Prior experience with video and audio editing programs 
  • Familiarity and comfort with event streaming technologies 
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously 

For more information and to apply, click here!

Salary $40000.00 (Annual)

(40)

Editorial Producer

CNN FlashDocs

New York, NY

We are seeking an experienced Senior Editorial Producer for FlashDocs. FlashDocs will create content for linear with the opportunity to expand into additional platforms across CNN. This is an ambitious and exciting unit that requires strong leaders and creative storytellers who have experience producing feature content with a sharp focus on popular culture.  The Editorial Producer is responsible for oversight of the editorial bookings featured in the content coming out of this group.

The Daily

  • This individual, under the guidance of the Senior Editorial Producer will be responsible for consistently and enthusiastically pitching stories and booking dynamic characters, experts, and public figures for individual taped segments.
  • The ideal candidate is a voracious consumer of news with a deep knowledge and curiosity in regards to popular culture and a passion for unearthing stories and topics that are provocative and buzzworthy.
  • The Editorial Producer should have an interest and ability in collaborating with a team of producers and storytellers.
  • This individual has strong relationships within various communities including entertainment and politics and is expected to identify, establish, and maintain critical relationships with newsmakers, talent, and publicists and sources and to continually expand the network of bookings.
  • The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-based, breaking news environment and is capable of creating polished content, maintaining schedules and workflows, while meeting aggressive deadlines for on-budget work.
  • The Editorial Producer could be called upon to produce individual segments and shoots, so the ideal candidate should be a strong writer as well.
  • This position reports to the Senior Editorial Producer, and will partner with internal stakeholders across the organization.
  • This role is based in New York, but this individual will likely be tasked to travel as needed to field produce segments and conduct interviews.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(41)

Associate Video Producer

Oprah Daily

New York, NY

Oprah Daily — the new multiplatform lifestyle brand from Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Magazines that is making it a daily practice to live your best life — seeks an Associate Producer to help expand its video operation. This Associate Producer will assist in creating content to support livestream events and daily original videos. The role will require the ability to juggle multiple projects, assisting with research, casting/booking efforts, element pulling and working closely with video editors, producers, talent and outside vendors. The Associate Producer must have a thorough communication style, be nimble and have the ability to assist in the effort to produce video at scale and on short notice, and have a passion for the digital video landscape. Familiarity with and a passion for the Oprah brand is a must.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Senior Producer in research for daily videos and livestream events
  • Contribute to development efforts for existing and new franchises 
  • Work with Senior Producer to build a library of original video content
  • Assist in live productions
  • Coordinate guest bookings in person and remote
  • Do some media management and production coordination

For more information and to apply, click here!

(42)

Project Manager- Video Content

Creative Circle

New York, NY

Our client, a global media agency, is seeking a mid-level Video/Content Project Manager to join their team for about 40-hours/ week for about 6 months to start (600 hours max)

This role is remote. A workstation will be provided.

The Project Manager will:

  • Project Manage 20 new video content ideas series for 13 partners
  • Develop timelines project plans and run point on communicating to the various stakeholders as it relates to production of the content.
  • Have 3+ years of experience in advertising, television or film production
  • Ideally have experience from a creative or production advertising agency
  • Be organized, a great written and verbal communicator, and a problem solver
  • Have experience producing video assets
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint


Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: [email protected]

Apply here!

Theatre

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Artistic Director/Producer

Ojai Playwrights Conference

Ojai, CA

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Artistic Director/Producer (ADP) serves as the CEO of Ojai Playwrights Conference and is responsible for imagining, creating, and executing OPC’s artistic mission and vision across all areas of its administrative and artistic operations. The ADP serves OPC in a part-time capacity along with a highly engaged, part-time staff and a network of committed patrons and volunteers. Equal parts practicing artist and executive leader, the ADP guides and manages the organization year-round, though the time commitment and demands of the position vary depending on the programming schedule. While artistic programs may be expanded at the direction of the ADP, the primary phases of programming and producing center around the annual New Works Conference which takes place over the course of two weeks each August in Ojai and the annual Gala Benefit Performance which is held in Ojai or Los Angeles and generally occurs in the spring each year.

Salary: $60,000/Year

For more information and to apply, click here!

(44)

Managing Director

HERE Art Center

New York, NY

HERE seeks a Managing Director to begin in September. Managing Director will report to the Founding Artistic Director and will act as the operating hub of the organization.

HERE produces and presents a very heavy season with unique challenges throughout. The successful applicant will be detail-oriented, very well-organized, and will exhibit a calm demeanor, sense of humor, and deep commitment to equity and team-building work. 

Overall:

  • Co-leads HERE’s organizational capacity and strategic planning with Artistic Director.
  • Supervises HERE’s day-to-day departmental activities, including Development, General Management, and Finance, working closely with the department heads in each of these areas and overseeing their activities.

Qualifications

The successful candidate will also have:

  • Understanding of the theatrical production process
  • Strong knowledge of union contracting and industry best-practices
  • Strong financial skills, including bookkeeping and budgeting
  • Strong knowledge of New York and Federal Labor Laws    
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Familiarity with OvationTix or other donor software
  • A desire to promote antiracism work within a nonprofit organization and familiarity with the Community Centric Fundraising principles 
  • Advanced (Mac) computer knowledge, including basic networking understanding

Salary $70000.00 to $80000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(45)

Co-Artistic Directors

Ensemble Studio Theatre

New York, NY

EST is seeking two dynamic Co-Artistic Directors (ADs) to help with planning and executing the ensemble’s vision, mission, and goals in new play development and production while exemplifying its core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The ADs will work collaboratively with the Managing Director to co-lead the staff and help be a part of developing a new strategic plan for EST’s future. The ADs will report to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for keeping the Board informed and abreast of artistic progress and outcomes on a regular basis. The ADs will also be a part of helping secure the financial future for EST by cultivating innovative methods of revenue generation. The ADs should be vital thought partners together and should have demonstrated skill and experiences with BIPOC advocacy and equity.

Salary $75000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(45)

Institutional Giving Manager

Theatre Development Fund

New York, NY

The Institutional Giving Manager reports directly to the Deputy Director of Development, and is responsible for managing TDF’s Institutional Giving portfolio of 40+ Foundation and Corporate funders and prospects. The Institutional Giving Manager will collaborate with the Deputy Director of Development and TDF’s contracted Grant Writer to seek out, cultivate, and solicit new institutional funders and manage existing grants. This position will also support efforts around fundraising from Government entities. 

The right candidate for this position will be a strong and efficient writer, adept at crafting informative narratives and capable of consistently meeting grant deadlines. This position regularly coordinates with colleagues across the organization to gather necessary information for proposals and reports, and must be able to keep clear, consistent records to ensure grant requirements are being met and to communicate progress with the team.

The work for this position has the possibility of a hybrid schedule, which is typically 35 hrs/week. Some evenings and weekends may be required. TDF is requiring all staff to be fully vaccinated and boosted and will require proof of vaccination.

Salary $60000.00 to $65000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(47)

Director of Development

New York Theatre Workshop

Brooklyn, NY

This Position:

  • Is a key member of the senior leadership team and responsible for inspiring and managing a talented team of fundraisers.
  • Builds and cultivates key relationships with NYTW stakeholders and serves as a frontline fundraiser for the organization.
  • Drives the organizational fundraising strategy in the following areas: Individual Giving including Major Gifts and Planned Giving Special Events and Corporate, Foundations, and Government support.
  • Leads the team in creating a detailed annual fundraising strategy, overseeing its implementation and reporting all year long, and managing timelines for all fundraising activities to ensure strategic initiatives and critical fundraising processes are executed in a timely manner.
  • Serves as a key liaison to our Board of Trustees and is responsible for keeping them informed and engaged on a number of fronts including the cultivation of new donors and Board members, and acts as the key staffer for the Governance and Development Committees of the Board.
  • Works closely with the Individual Giving team to maintain and grow our donor base. This includes communication, relationship building and cultivation, and solicitation.
  • Oversees all institutional fundraising, working with the Director of Institutional Giving and Government Relations to manage relationships with corporate, foundation, and government funders and to compose compelling proposals for support.
  • Conceives and helps support dozens of events annually – including our annual gala – alongside the Director of Special Events to provide exciting opportunities for connecting donors with our artists and institution.
  • Serves a member of the Audience Services Committee, which is a cross-departmental group that is actively working on developing intervention and disruption protocols to mitigate harmful encounters and expand modes of feedback for audience members.
  • Collaborate with Development team members and our Marketing team to create a suite of materials to promote our events and donor programs.
  • Keeps a close eye on department expenses and all contributed revenue lines to ensure that annual fundraising goals are met or exceeded.

Salary $105000.00 to $125000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(48)

Associate Producer

New York Theatre Workshop

New York, NY

The Associate Producer is a new position in the Producing Department, reporting directly to the Producer.

About the Position:

  • Manages the contracting process for all artists engaged for productions at NYTW and leads negotiation and contract drafting for designers, music directors/supervisors, fight/intimacy/dialect coaches, assistant directors/choreographers/designers, and production department heads.
  • Manages departmental finances and AP submissions as well as production cash flow and reconciliation of production budgets.
  • Prepares royalty reports.
  • Creates and manages season production calendars.
  • Provides support to other members of the Producing team for payroll, benefit reports, AEA contracts, and company management tasks.
  • Collaborates with the artistic department when necessary on developmental readings and workshops of upcoming projects at NYTW.
  • Attends production meetings and artistic/producing meetings.
  • Along with the other members of the Producing Department, covers some tech rehearsal and preview performances (evening and weekend hours required).

For more information and to apply, click here!

(49)

Interim General Manager

Fisher Center at Bard

Annandale-On-Hudson, NY

The Interim General Manager will ensure that all financial and operational functions are in alignment with the Fisher Center’s and Bard College’s overarching mission and vision. This role is responsible for many aspects of the Fisher Center’s overall operation, including financial management, budgeting, administration and human resources. The Interim General Manager leads efforts to provide greater cohesion between the Fisher Center’s overall operations and artistic planning while maintaining strong working relationships with the Bard Controller’s Office, Human Resources Office, and academic departments to ensure effective management, coordination and communication. 

This is a temporary, full-time, non-exempt position, compensated at a monthly rate of $5,500, salary negotiable. The position will be contracted for 3-4 months with possibility of extension.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(50)

Company Manager

Playwright’s Horizons

New York, NY

You’re the crucial link between the company of artists and the General Management team at Playwrights Horizons, acting as a liaison on all administrative and front of house matters. Working closely with the Associate General Manager, you will facilitate the on boarding of all company members and tend to the needs of artists and crew, ensuring all team members feel safe and supported. As our “boots on the ground,” you represent the institution during performances, and will work with the box office and house management teams to keep our front of house systems operating efficiently. 

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

The Company Manager is an extremely organized and meticulous individual who plays well with others and has the ability to think on their feet and problem solve. The ideal candidate will lean on their empathy, patience, and sense of humor as they navigate the needs of each individual production and determine the best way to offer support to our artists and audiences.

Salary: $55,000/year

For more information and to apply, click here

(51)

Director of Production

Columbia University School of the Arts

New York, NY

Reporting directly to the Chair of the Theatre Program, the incumbent is responsible for overseeing all aspects of MFA student productions, from planning to execution. Advises faculty, students, and collaborating artists on all aspects of productions for the Acting, Directing and Playwriting Concentrations. Fosters a collegial, educational, and supportive environment that enables MFA students, collaborating artists, and staff to do their best work. Leads a production team currently comprised of eight staff: an Associate Director; Schapiro Production and Facility Manager; Technical Director; Assistant Technical Directors (2); Costume Supervisor; Production Resource Manager; Audio Visual Supervisor; and a student crew based at three locations: The Lenfest Center for the Arts at 615 W 129th St, a multi-venue building that that presents a variety of exhibitions, events, performances and screenings; Morris Schapiro Hall at 605 West 115th Street, and the Nash Building at 3280 Broadway. Provides creative leadership to meet students’ production aspirations within the scope of budgetary, labor and scheduling parameters. Advises on best practices and venue policies, including health and safety protocols. Responsible for securing all necessary production rights and necessary rentals of equipment or space. Requires frequent evening and weekend hours.

$90,000 - $98,000 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(52)

Immersive Stage Management/ASM & Company Management/ACM

DSB Productions

New York, NY

Now hiring Stage Management, Assistant Stage Management, Company Management and Assistant Company Management for a soon-to-be-announced immersive venue opening in Times Square. All positions are on a production contract basis.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(53)

Artistic Line Producer

Pasadena Playhouse

Pasadena, CA

The Pasadena Playhouse, California’s state theater for over 100 years, is seeking an Artistic Line Producer on their groundbreaking production of Into The Woods, produced in partnership with Pasadena Unified School District. This landmark project - part of a six-month-long celebration of the works and impact of Stephen Sondheim - will partner high school students from all over the Pasadena area with theater professionals in the creation of their own special production. 

Reporting to the Producing Artistic Director, the Artistic Line Producer is responsible for facilitating and creative producing on behalf of the Playhouse and acting as a primary point of contact with the Pasadena Unified School District, as well as the creative and production teams.

This is a unique partnership - a non-profit state theater partnering with not just one high school, but all the high schools in Pasadena. Qualified candidates should be energized by the idea of highschoolers gathering to put on one of the greatest musicals of all time and motivated by the idea of students partnering with professionals in all departments (acting, orchestra, stage design, costume design, stage management, and more)

Those applying should be prepared and interested to interact with professional directors, designers, technical director, theater staff, union crews and students, teachers, school superintendents, and more.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(54)

Performing Arts Center Director

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn NY

Brooklyn College, a vibrant senior college of the City University of New York, invites applications for the position of Performing Arts Center Director. Reporting to the Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives, the Performing Arts Center Director will direct the strategic and day-to-day operations and administrative activities of Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts which includes the Claire Tow Theater, a 2,380-seat performing arts venue located on the campus of Brooklyn College, and – in collaboration with the Department of Theater and Conservatory of Music – oversee the two-hundred seat Don Buchwald and the New Workshop theaters (capacity of 50 to 120 people).

Salary: 82,233 - 91,961

For more information and to apply, click here!

(55)

Part-Time Project Coordinator

The Leah Ryan Prize

New York, NY/Remote

About the Leah Ryan Fund

The Leah Ryan Fund was established in 2008 to honor the memory of Leah Ryan, a woman of letters who wrote plays, poetry, essays, lyrics, adaptations, and collaborated with performance artists. The Fund offers the Leah, an annual playwriting prize and the annual Vladimir award for a writer with a serious illness who is in financial need.

Our mission

The Leah Ryan Fund helps sustain and support writers facing individual challenges and systemic oppression so they can keep writing, connecting, creating, and thriving.

The Leah Ryan Fund is seeking a part-time Project Coordinator to support various programmatic aspects of the Fund from the annual prize selection process to coordinating readings of the winning plays as well as general support of the Board including assisting with new board initiatives.

The duties of the position include:

  1. Administering the annual Leah Prize which encourages and supports the work of unrecognized women, trans, and non-binary playwrights. Specifically, tasks include managing the application process and its platform (i.e. Submittable), working with Board members to recruit readers for the committee who choose the winning play, communicating with the readers at each stage of the process, facilitating meetings to choose the winning play and the runners up, and all correspondence with our applicants. The Project Coordinator will also be responsible for all communication with the board regarding the process, and the final outcomes. The Project Coordinator is also responsible for assisting new board initiatives.
  2. Producing the staged readings of the winning play in conjunction with Board members.
  3. In-house administrative work such as assisting committees of the Board.
  4. Overseeing our mentorship program by facilitating and supporting the mentors and the prize winners.
  5. Managing social media, and communicating with our web team regarding updates.
  6. Maintaining a connection to our previous winners.

Salary range: $12,000 - $15,000 per year

Workday: Part time / 12-month position

Location: Remote with some Producer-related duties to take place in person in New York.

This position is an Independent Contractor.

Start Date: Upon Hire

Application Deadline: August 31, 2021

Please send cover letter and resume to: [email protected]

(56)

Acting, Assistant Professor

California Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona)

Pomona, CA

The position is a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Acting to begin Fall 2023.   The position involves teaching all levels of acting and voice classes and other General Education theatre courses as well as specialties dependent upon the successful candidate’s skills and interests.  This position involves directing productions on the University Theatre Mainstage, the Studio Theatre, collaboration in the acting curriculum, and participation in university, college and departmental governance, curriculum development, student advising, and committee work. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(57)

Voice and Diction Faculty

Salem State University

Salem, MA

Salem State University’s award-winning Department of Theatre and Speech Communication seeks a full-time, tenure-track faculty member in performance to teach voice and diction training and serve as a vocal coach on productions in our NAST-accredited BFA and BA theatre program. This faculty member will primarily support the department's Bachelor of Fine Arts acting concentration and will teach Voice for Performance, as well as Dialects. There will be opportunities to serve as a vocal and dialect coach on production, and to teach additional courses and participate in the professor’s area of interest. The Department welcomes applicants who can help diversify our curriculum and faculty.

For more information and to apply, click here!

Visual Arts

(58)

Program Associate

Dia Art Foundation

New York, NY

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Program, the Public Programs Associate is an integral member of Dia’s Program team. Based in Chelsea, the position coordinates all live, virtual and in-person programs for all audiences across Dia locations including talks, workshops, symposia, and performances. Primary responsibilities include communication between Dia’s three Program departments—Curatorial, Learning & Engagement, and Publications—as well as liaising with the Facilities department; calendar management; day-to-day administrative support; and all IT and AV coordination. The position also provides support for event-based hospitality and ensures Dia is a welcoming host institution for all program participants. 

Salary $55000.00 to $65000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(59)

Executive Director

The Luminary

St. Louis, MO

The Executive Director will bring strong organizational, project development, and team management skills to The Luminary, a leading independent space based in St. Louis, MO and with a global reach. The Executive Director is responsible for developing and maintaining the operational, development, and administrative procedures for this 15 year old organization. 

As the artistic and administrative leader for The Luminary, the Executive Director will work closely with the Board and staff to oversee artistic and educational programs, develop and manage budgets, oversee fundraising and development efforts, marketing and communications, and lead strategic orientation related to the organization’s operations. The position will be supported by a full-time Gallery Director, a full-time Manager, and a part-time Programs Coordinator.

Salary $65000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(60)

Administrator

Shapiro Auctions

Mamaroneck, NY

Shapiro Auctions, a boutique auction house focusing on International and Eastern European and contemporary fine and decorative art, seeks a self-motivated Administrator to begin full-time in the coming months. This position requires Monday - Friday, 10am-6pm + Further Auction Event hours. This position is in-person in our Mamaroneck NY gallery in Westchester County — about 30-40 mins up from New York City by train or car.

The administrator is the first point of contact for the auction house, and is the first person people meet when entering the gallery.

This is a traditional Administrative position that will, at first, require a fair amount of training.

Though administrative in focus, the small size of the company will ensure that one will be surrounded with art, and get an education in the art auction business. Daily tasks include inventorying, responding to emails and phone calls, greeting guests when they arrive, and organization of paperwork and agreements of various sorts. This position requires a combination of being both organized/detail oriented, whilst also being outgoing/social enough to greet guests when they arrive.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(61)

Studio Production Assistant

Artist Studio

Brooklyn, NY

Prominent contemporary artist seeking a highly skilled part-time Production Assistant to support the studio's Production Manager. The ideal candidate will have previous studio experience, especially with stretching large canvases and familiarity with a variety of painting materials. Seeking someone punctual, detail-oriented, organized, neat, and efficient. Must be strong (can ideally lift 100 lbs) and very comfortable working on scaffolding/ladders and with hand tools. This role is best suited for a motivated self-starter who is adept at problem-solving and multitasking.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(62)

Lecturer AY – Visual & Public Arts

California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB)

Seaside, CA

Candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence and student success at the university level. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Lecturers are required to maintain additional hours outside the classroom to provide assistance to students. Specific assignments are dependent upon department needs. Candidates may be called upon to teach in a distance education mode.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(63)

Adjunct Instructor – Art

Alcorn State University

Lorman, MS

Teaching Art courses in the Department of Fine Arts.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(64)

Studio Arts Shop Manager

Bard College

Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

This position reports to the Director of Operations for Studio Arts, and is a full-time, 12-month, non-exempt position.  The work schedule is: Monday - Thursday, 2 – 10 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

  • Give technical support, assistance, and supervision to undergraduate and graduate students working in Fisher Studio Arts wood and metal shops, and sculpture classes.
  • Give class and one-on-one demos in equipment use and shop safety procedures.
  • Work with students during evening shop hours to develop and hone woodworking, metal working, and other sculpture skills and techniques.
  • Communicate with faculty concerning assignment schedules or specific student needs.
  • Notify the Director, as well as Security, of any anomalies or incidents that may arise, equipment status, student usage, etc.
  • Assist with tasks and assignments.
  • Supervision of students, perform maintenance and upkeep of facilities, tools and equipment.
  • Train and manage student shop monitors.
  • Manage student shop use via Acuity online scheduling system.
  • Walk through the building and lock up shops at the end of the shift, making sure all tools are returned and all equipment has been shut off, and shop areas have been swept clean.
  • Assist with upkeep and appearance of shops, classrooms, and exhibition spaces, as well as outdoor areas surrounding facilities.
  • Assist with installation of student exhibitions.
  • Assist with recycling efforts, waste management.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(65)

Gallery Administrator

Jeffrey Deitch, Inc.

New York, NY

The Administrator is responsible for supporting Jeffrey Deitch Inc. by providing administrative support to the Administrative Director and Gallery Owner. The successful candidate will be a business minded, detail-oriented individual with a strong interest in arts and business administration. 

Regular hours are 10AM-6PM, Monday through Friday. This is a full-time, non-remote position. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(66)

Art Handler/Installer – Experienced

Authentic Transport Fine Art Services

Long Island City, NY

AUTHENTIC TRANSPORT INC. is seeking part-time and full-time Art Handlers and Installers to assist across a variety of art installation, collection management, shipping, packing, and storage needs servicing private clients, museums, and galleries. This position is part-time - preferably 3 to 4 days per week and during gallery installations may be 5 to 7 days per week. Starting pay is $28/hr can increase considerably commensurate on experience with opportunity for performance-based bonuses. We will consider both freelance workers and payroll personnel with workers' comp and unemployment benefits to those who work on payroll.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(67)

Adjunct Art – Basic Jewelry Design

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore, MD

Students work with recycled materials, silver, brass, copper, and other metals to make rings, pendants, and bracelets including the design as well as the practical techniques of metal working.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(68)

Adjunct Art – Beginning Drawing

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore, MD

This is a foundation course which considers drawing from both the naturalistic and creative approaches. Line, form, proportion, composition, color, texture, and perspective are applied in a number of media to varied subject matter, including still life, interior, landscape and the figure. All content is based on the instructor’s discretion.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(69)

Adjunct Art – Intermediate Drawing

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore, MD

This course synthesizes skills acquired in Beginning Drawing (Art 101), with new concepts and ideas in order to further develop a portfolio of work that indicates a personal direction. The foundation for this work is in observed form with steps into surrealism and abstraction. Media will include: pencil, charcoal, pastel, ink, and possibly digitally based media. There will be extended projects involving self-direction with guidance from the instructor.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(70)

Adjunct Art–Intro to African-American Art

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore, MD

Students are introduced to African American arts and crafts from Colonial times to the present. The course briefly covers the evolution of the visual arts as a means of expression among this group of Americans, focusing on artistic form, functional application, and aesthetic merit. The impact of economic, political, and racial issues will be addressed as several influential forces that helped shape African American artistic creativity. Slides, lectures, discussion, gallery, and museum visitations, written and appropriate art studio projects are all components of this course.

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(71)

Adjunct Art – Art History

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore, MD

Students will review a cross-section of the Visual Arts in current West European Traditional Art in painting, sculpture, and architecture. Discussion and work will focus on the historical context of history. We will also focus on developing your ability to comprehend and articulate the context, set vocabulary and utility of history works of art. At the conclusion of the semester students will be able to connect the influence of ancient art on contemporary works, identify works by geography and time periods and start analyzing artworks.

For more information and to apply, click here! 

(72)

Visual Arts Curator

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Geneva, NY

Hobart and William Smith Colleges seek a dynamic and well-qualified individual for the position of Visual Arts Curator. The Visual Arts Curator acts as the director of the Davis Gallery at Houghton House.

The Visual Arts Curator has the opportunity to design and teach museum and/or curatorial studies courses in support of the CMST minor and will work closely with other HWS faculty and staff on the use of the Gallery as a space for learning, experience, and engagement that are crucial to that program's curriculum as well as supervise student interns.

For more information and to apply, click here!

Writing

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Publications Manager

Utah Shakespeare Festival

Cedar City, UT

The Publications Manager is an integral part of the communications team at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, assisting in developing, designing, writing/editing, and producing printed and electronic publications, signs, advertisements, and the website for the Utah Shakespeare Festival. As such the Publications Manager is responsible to help protect the integrity of visual communication elements of the Festival.

First Consideration Date for Applicants: 08/31/2022

For more information and to apply, click here!

(74)

Assistant Professor in Poetry

The University of British Columbia

Vancouver, BC

The UBC School of Creative Writing invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in Poetry at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin July 1, 2023.

The successful candidate will be a recognized poet. We are particularly interested in writers from underrepresented and/or racialized communities.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach 4 courses in poetry, to contribute to mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, to maintain an active program of creative activity, and to take on some administrative service.

Requirements include: graduate degree (e.g., MFA in Creative Writing) preferred, but in exceptional cases a combination of education and appropriate writing and publishing experience may be considered; demonstrated excellence in poetry (one or more major publications); evidence of or demonstrated potential for excellent teaching ability in university-level creative writing courses. Experience writing or teaching in a second genre is an asset.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(75)

Newswriter, Nightline

Disney General Entertainment Content

New York, NY

Nightline is hiring a writer to join the team, working a 4-12 shift. This role involves both news and entertainment writing for broadcast, including pages. Writers work on breaking news, shaping and crafting all the ins and outs of the show, as well as news VOs and debriefs. We are looking for someone with a passion for both news and entertainment who is a master at selling a story and can craft an open that lures and retains viewers. 

Responsibilities

Writers work closely with senior producers and the control room to develop on air copy for the anchors. Sometimes conduct research and pre-interviews. Write succinct copy to meet length restrictions on a fast-paced evening deadline structure.

Basic Qualifications

  • Must be a member of the WGA union. Familiar with Inews.

Required Education

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(76)

Part-time Faculty, Writers Room

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

Course Description: This is an immersive workshop-style course that covers core concepts of the craft and business of working in a writers room for both film and television. Students will collaboratively create feature film projects that satisfy the creative wants of a given producer and financier. The experience gained and skills acquired by working creatively in a writers’ room environment will offer the student real-life experience that is applicable to both film and television. This course is an advanced study in the theory and practice of screenwriting. Topics include analysis of feature-length screenplays; adapting literary sources; the business of writing for film and television; and computer formatting of screenplays.

 $1380 per credit hour minimum

For more information and to apply, click here!

(77)

Assistant Professor, English Pedagogy

Murray State University

Murray, KY

The selected candidate should bring special emphasis on teaching English in community colleges and on the school-to-college transition. Specific responsibilities include the following:

  • Teach graduate English pedagogy courses on assessment, curriculum, reflective methods, and instructional technology
  • Work with graduate students on research and capstone experiences
  • Teach other graduate and undergraduate courses according to departmental needs
  • Maintain an active agenda of scholarly research in the field
  • Engage in university service
  • Pursue external grants and other extramural funding

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(78)

Executive Director

Street Poets

Los Angeles, CA

Reporting to the board of directors, the Executive Director will provide strategic leadership, support Street Poets’ exemplary programs, and oversee all administrative and business functions, including financial management, external relations, and board communications and relations. They will grow Street Poets’ existing programs while developing new initiatives to further its mission. With a commitment to social justice and youth empowerment, the Executive Director will be the primary spokesperson and ambassador for the organization, deepening and cultivating relationships with a wide range of partners and collaborators, as well as fortifying fundraising strategies to build contributed revenue. They will guide and lead the team of staff and teaching artists, creating an organizational culture that is dedicated to equity, diversity, inclusion, and access, characterized by open and transparent communication.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(79)

Production Coordinator

The University of Chicago

Chicago, IL

The Production Coordinator is responsible for all book production functions required for new books and reprints in various stages of production. Manage approximately 65-80 new and reprint book projects at any time, including monographs in all disciplines, trade books, illustrated books in art/architecture, science, anthropology, among others.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(80)

Adjunct Instructor

Oregon Institute of Technology

Klamath Falls and Portland-Metro, OR

The Department of Communication at Oregon Tech seeks applicants to be considered for part-time course assignments in communication, writing, and speech, including general education classes and specialized classes for majors.

Instructors are needed at the Klamath Falls and Portland Metro campuses and online. Availability for synchronous online classes using Zoom is desirable, but most online classes are asynchronous.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(81)

Literary Director

San Antonio Book Festival

San Antonio, TX

The San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) seeks a Literary Director to join the SABF team on a contract basis. SABF celebrates national and local authors and their contributions to the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination. 

The Literary Director is responsible for curating the Festival lineup and schedule, as well as ancillary programs such as the GET LIT Author Series. SABF celebrates national and local authors and their contributions to the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(82)

Reading & Writing Director

C2 Education

Eastchester, NY

Focusing on the core of quality education, our employees have a passion for learning, devotion to our students, and the vision that every student can break past their limits with proper guidance and support. C2 is made up of a team of driven employees who are part of a growing business with an outstanding tutoring program and opportunities for advancement.

C2 Education’s services are designed to provide support for all students. C2 Teachers not only teach academic skills, but also serve as mentors and coaches, encouraging and guiding students throughout the school year.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(83) 

Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing

University of Central Missouri

Warrensburg, MO

The University of Central Missouri seeks candidates for a tenure-track position in Creative Writing at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning on August 7, 2023.

The position contributes to the department’s program in general education, including first-year Composition, and it includes a significant editorial role for Pleiades: Literature in Context.

The annual course load is 4/3, including one course release for work on Pleiades.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(84)

Editorial Assistant

Hachette Book Group Nashville

Brentwood, TN

The Editorial Assistant is responsible for providing editorial support to the Publisher and Associate Publisher of FaithWords and Worthy Books. FaithWords is a publisher of the world’s foremost pastoral and ministry voices in the Christian market. Worthy Books is an inspirational adult book publisher specializing in the intersection of faith and culture.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(85)

Assistant Professor of Fiction Writing

University of Nebraska

Omaha, NE

The School of the Arts in the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in fiction writing with a secondary expertise in one or more of the following areas: creative nonfiction; screenwriting, creative writing for new media, hybrid forms, translation, and/or digital writing. Based on the studio model of instruction, the Writer’s Workshop section of the School of the Arts offers theBFAdegree in Creative Writing with tracks in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and screenwriting. This is a nationally recognized undergraduate program within a School of the Arts, which includes Theatre and Art and Art History. For over four decades, the Writer’s Workshop has sponsored an annual reading series, recently hosting Lillian Yvonne Bertram, Jericho Brown, Ross Gay, Ilya Kaminsky, Frances de Pontes Peebles, and Novuyo Rosa Tshuma among others. An innovative student-edited literary and arts journal, 13th Floor, is published annually. The teaching load includes undergraduate fiction studios at the basic, intermediate and advanced levels, as well as courses in a secondary area as needed. There is the opportunity to design and teach Form & Theory 4000-level seminars and to direct Senior Thesis projects. Starting date for this position is August 14, 2023. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and credentials.

Required qualifications include MFA or PhD in fiction, one full-length book of fiction published by a nationally recognized press, and substantial publications in a secondary area. Must have university-level teaching experience and a commitment to undergraduate education in a fine-arts setting.

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(86)

Associate Editorial Page Editor

New York Post

New York, NY/Hybrid

The New York Post provides readers with the best in News, Sports, Pop Culture and Entertainment – with signature wit, irreverence and authority averaging 90 million unique viewers a month. Over the past 220 years, The Post has evolved into a multi-platform media company spanning print, digital, video, audio, app, television and commerce.

 

The New York Post is seeking an Associate Editorial Page Editor (M-F, 10:30am-6:30pm) to join our team. The chief duty of an Associate Editorial Page Editor is to draft editorials on a daily basis while also contributing an occasional column. Associate Editorial Page Editors also serve as “ambassadors” to the wider world.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(87)

Assistant Director, Writing Institute

Sarah Lawrence College

Bronxville, NY

The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College is a non credit writing program serving more than 700 students annually, with virtual and on campus classes, readings, and more. The assistant director will work closely with the Writing Institute director in planning and overseeing all aspects of the non credit program. They will participate in the planning of all courses and events, provide customer service to students, communicate with instructors and students about upcoming courses, oversee the YPS writing workshop & Writers Week summer programs for high school students, and provide high-level administrative support and coordination within all aspects of the program, including enrollment, marketing and communications, instructor onboarding and new initiatives. This job is located in Bronxville, NY with occasional evening and weekend hours to support Writing Institute programs.

Internships

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Black Theatre Coalition- BAA Fellow

Broadway Across America

(Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Cincinnati, OH; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Houston, TX; Louisville, KY; Minneapolis, MN; New York, NY; Salt Lake City, UT; Seattle, WA)

For more information and to apply, click here!

(89)

Producing Intern

TBD Theatricals

New York, NY

TBD Theatricals, owned by Tony Award-winning producer Hunter Arnold, is a New York-based performing arts production company currently represented on Broadway by Hadestown, Into The Woods, The Kite Runner, Funny Girl, A Strange Loop and Moulin Rouge and off-Broadway by Little Shop of Horrors. They seek to expand the realm of what is possible in the theater world by bringing unique, engaging and emotional productions to the commercial stage. 

TBD Theatricals is looking for a full-time producing intern to join the team from late August to the end of December. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Carrying out research projects and administrative tasks for the team
  • Updating the office’s project management systems 
  • Staying on top of industry news
  • Running errands for the office and its productions
  • Serving as a production assistant as needed for rehearsals, workshops and readings
  • Scheduling facilities and procuring supplies for creative sessions like rehearsals, readings and writers’ rooms.
  • Sharing your well-supported thoughts and opinions about shows you see and scripts you read
  • Keeping a system for managing tasks that helps you stay on top of projects and their timelines

For more information and to apply, click here!

(90)

Social Media Internship

TodayTix Group

New York, NY

The TodayTix Social Media Team is expanding! As the demand for unique, needle-moving content creation rises and the theatre industry continues to evolve, the TodayTix social channels must adapt and grow. Our mission to find a seat for everyone doesn’t stop at audience members buying tickets; it extends to our online community, many of whom find connection with us, with each other, and with shows and performers they love via Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.

The TodayTix social media intern will be up to date on the latest memes, trends, and pop culture references, and have the passion for and knowledge of Broadway and beyond to ideate and develop content for the TodayTix channels. In other words, they should be able to “But Make It Theatre…” almost anything.

As this candidate will report to the Senior Social Media Manager, they should have prior experience working closely and collaboratively with a small team to come up with the best, most effective ideas, and be excited about the prospect of rolling up their sleeves to execute on and ultimately distribute those ideas via social. They will also be adept in customer service, as they’ll be managing several of our public-facing social media feeds, as well as responding to customer and follower inquiries via direct message in the most thoughtful, customer-first manner possible.

The ideal candidate is a thoughtful, creative, detail-oriented worker who wants to learn more about the world of theatre marketing by doing, and who can independently problem-solve and use their best judgment to engage, assist, and entertain an online community of theatre-lovers.

$17/hour

For more information and to apply, click here!

(91)

Management Intern

Broadway International Group

New York, NY

Successful applicants will be organized, self-motivated, possess excellent communication and writing skills, and be computer literate. The intern will work closely with a team of successful General Managers and Executive Producers, gaining valuable producing and general management skills and making vital contributions.

Interns must commit to a full-time (M-F, 10a-6p) four-month internship. Proficiency in Microsoft and Google office applications is a must. Any editing/social media experience is a plus. Internship extensions and employment opportunities may be available upon completion of a successful four-month internship. We generally promote from within the company and welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds, especially those with multicultural experiences.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(92)

Producing Intern

Jeffrey Richards Associates

New York, NY

One of the more prolific Broadway lead-producing offices is seeking an Executive Assistant/Office Manager to support its upcoming slate of productions and developmental activities. Among its 40+ Broadway productions are: The Minutes, American Buffalo, The Sound Inside, Lifespan of a Fact, American Son, Significant Other, Fiddler on the Roof, American Psycho, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, All the Way, The Glass Menagerie, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, The Merchant of Venice, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Race, Blithe Spirit, Will Ferrell: You’re Welcome America…, Speed the Plow, and August: Osage County.

Jeffrey Richards Associates will be producing plays in the current Broadway season.

Working closely with the producers, the Producing Intern will be responsible for script coverage, assisting with covering phones, helping with special projects (e.g., production study guides, readings), research projects, errands for the office, and miscellaneous administrative support.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(93)

Administrative Intern

The Hole

Los Angeles, CA

The Hole is currently offering internship programs in the Administrative Department for our LA Gallery. 

Administrative interns will assist the Gallery Manager in completing a wide array of administrative tasks, ranging from preparing exhibition and sales materials to updating gallery databases with artwork and client information and maintaining gallery web presence. This is a great opportunity to gain firsthand experience and an in-depth understanding of the contemporary art world while working in an exciting and inspiring environment.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Paid Part-Time Internship

Artists Space Inc

New York, NY

The Artists Space Internship Program provides a unique opportunity for individuals to be involved in the development and execution of a progressive and engaged contemporary arts program. The internship is designed to offer in-depth training and first-hand experience to those interested in pursuing a role in the fields of curating, exhibition production, or arts administration. The position is ideal for a recent college graduate, or MA/MFA level student, with interests in nonprofit arts organizations and an existing engagement with contemporary art. The internship term runs from September 14 – December 15, and requires a commitment of two days a week onsite (Wednesdays and Thursdays). Occasional additional evening and weekends hours may be available.

The curatorial intern will work closely with Artists Space’s Exhibitions Manager/Producer and Curatorial Assistant, contributing to the day-to-day running of Artists Space, and to the research and development of the program Responsibilities will include: online archival research; publishing of archival materials on the Artists Space website; research towards exhibitions and publications; responding to image and press requests.

The intern will be able to participate in onsite work, assist with visitors in the gallery space, general exhibition upkeep, and help with exhibitions and events. The curatorial intern must be self-driven and able to work independently with guidance from staff. Social distancing and other safety protocols are implemented for all onsite work.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(95)

Education Intern

Art21

New York, NY

Art21’s Education intern will have the opportunity to work closely with Art21 staff on a range of projects, from teacher professional development to public screenings. The intern will learn about educational programming by assisting in the planning and execution of various short- and long-term projects including Art21 Educators, Art21 Ambassadors, and Screening Society, maintaining database information, drafting correspondence and proposals, helping to design various outreach and educational materials, and providing support with administrative tasks.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(96)

Internship

Hill Art Foundation

New York, NY

The Hill Art Foundation is looking for a fall intern to learn the day-to-day operations of a non-profit exhibition and education space located in the heart of Chelsea. The intern will assist the small HAF team with visitor services, teen education programs, and other administrative and exhibition-related tasks. This internship offers the opportunity to further develop knowledge about cultural institutions throughout the metro area and build upon a professional skill set through first-hand experience working with a wide range of arts and education professionals. This is an hourly paid, in-person, semester-long (September-December 2022) position. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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