December 02, 2022

ARC Newsletter December 2, 2022

ARC Newsletter 12/02/22

Upcoming Deadlines

(1) December 4: 2023 Socrates Annual Fellowship

(2) December 5: CUFF 2023 Poster Design Competition

(3) December 5: Open Call for Funded Residency

(4) December 12: 2023 William Goldstein / Dr. Phibes Award For Screenwriting Submissions

(5) December 15: The Fine Arts Work Center Writing Fellowship

(6) December 16: Emory Playwriting Fellowship 23-25 Applications

(7) December 20: New Works 2023 Residency Program Application

(8) December 29: Call for Artists, Submissions for Permanent Public Art in the City of Hoboken 

(9) December 31: The Blue-White Dot Short Story Writing Competition

(10) January 5: Queen’s Art Fund

(11) January 15: Mexican-American Film and Television Festival

(12) January 18: Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico

(13) January 18: Vassar Review Call for Submissions

(14) January 25: The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship

(15) January 31: A is For's Annual Playwriting Contest About Reproductive Justice

(16) January 31: Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship

(17) February 1: The Fine Arts Work Center Visual Arts Fellowship

(18) April 15: The Muse of Fire BIPOC Playwriting Festival Submissions, Atlanta Shakespeare Company (Atlanta, GA)

Professional Development Opportunities

(19) Future Now Media & Entertainment Conferences 

(20) Queen’s Arts Fund Info Session

Job Opportunities


(21) Industry and Employment Engagement Specialist, The Office of Careers & Industry Partnerships, City University of New York (New York, NY)

(22) Academic and Career Advisors, The Office of Careers & Industry Partnerships, City University of New York (New York, NY)

(23) Senior Assistant, Comedy Touring, United Talent Agency (Los Angeles, CA) 

(24) Associate Art Director, Educational Resources Workman Kids, Hachette Book Group (New York, NY)

(25) Curatorial Assistant, Film, The Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY) 

(26) Executive Producer, News Podcasts, The Wall Street Journal (New York, NY)

(27) Engagement Manager, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)

(28) Social Media Associate, The Cultural Services of the French Embassy (New York, NY)

(29) Script Coordinator, ABC News (New York, NY)

(30) Visual and Performing Arts Librarian, Queens College (Queens, NY)

(31) Production Manager for LIve Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY)


(32) Executive Assistant, Paramount (New York, NY) 

(33) Producer II, Criminal Productions, Vox Media Studios (Remote)

(34) Assistant Scripted, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc (Beverly Hills, CA) 

(35) Film Development & Production Executive, Buzzfeed (Los Angeles, CA) 

(36) Agency Assistant, Stewart Talent (New York, NY) 

(37) Creative Producer, Sony Pictures Entertainment (Miami, FL)

(38) Series Producer, PBS North Carolina (Durham, NC) 

(39) Professor of Film and New Media, Tenured / Tenure Track, New York University Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi, UAE)

(40) Assistant Professor in Writing for Film, Television and Emerging Media, Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY)


(41) Executive and Program Assistant, Mercury Store (Brooklyn, NY)

(42) Facilities and Production Manager, Mercury Store (Brooklyn, NY)

(43) Managing Director, George Street Playhouse (New Brunswick, NB)

(44) Performance Stage Manager, Rising Sun Performance Company (Bronx, NY)

(45) Technical Director, Signature Theatre Company (New York, NY)

(46) Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre and Acting, Purdue University (Fort Wayne, IN)

(47) Assistant Professor in Performance Studies/Theory and Criticism/History, Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY)

(48) Managing Director, Legacy Theatre (Bradford, CT)

(49) Adjunct Faculty - Department of Performing Arts, Rider University (Lawrenceville, NJ)

(50) Assistant Stage Manager, The Public Theatre (New York, NY)

(51) Assistant Manager, Theater for Young Audiences & Theater Education, The Kennedy Center (Washington, DC) 

(52) Production Coordinator, Northwestern University (Evanston IL)

Visual Arts

(53) Curatorial Assistant, Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY) 

(54) Curatorial Assistant, University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)

(55) Department Assistant, Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY)

(56) Art Department Lecturer Pool 2022-2023, UCLA (Los Angeles, CA)

(57) Executive Assistant to the Deputy Director for Art and the Director of Curatorial Affairs,  Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY)

(58) Full-Time Faculty/Tenure Track Instructor Studio Art, Santa Monica College (Santa Monica, CA)

(59) Assistant Professor of Art, Amherst College (Amherst, MA)

(60) Studio Manager, The Studio of Sarah Morris (New York, NY)


(61) Production Assistant, Random House Children's Books, Penguin Random House (New York, NY)

(62) Editorial Assistant, Hachette Nashville, Hachette Book Group (New York, NY) 

(63) Editor, Publications Office, Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY)

(64) Associate Editor, Emerging Platforms, Cosmo, Hearst Magazines (New York, NY) 

(65) Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Fiction, University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)

(66) Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies for Creative Writing, Monash University (Melbourne, AU)

(67) Editor - Creative Development, HarperCollins Publishers (New York, NY) 

(68) Senior Acquisitions Editor, Nelson Books, HarperCollins Publishers (Nashville, TN)

(69) Original Content Program Director, Macmillan (Boston, MA, Plymouth, MI or Austin, TX)

(70) Translator in Residence, Princeton University (New Jersey, NY)

(71) Deputy Editor for Arts & Entertainment, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA)


(72) Simon & Schuster Summer Internship Program, Simon & Schuster (New York, NY)

(73) Playbill Magazine Spring 2023 Internship (New York, NY) 

(74) 2023 Spring Internship: Audio Production, Penguin Random House (New York, NY)

Upcoming Deadlines


2023 Socrates Annual Fellowship

Deadline: December 4, 2022

Fellowship recipients will receive a $8,000 production grant to support their project, a $2,000 honorarium, and three-months of seven-days-a-week access to the resources and fabrication facilities of the Park’s outdoor artist studio.

Artist Fellows are responsible for the fabrication, transportation (if necessary), and installation of their works. Socrates provides limited technical and installation assistance during a three-week installation period, M–F, 10AM–6PM. Specifics of installation assistance will be discussed with each artist selected.

Thematic Prompt: Transformation

Applicants to the 2023 Socrates Annual fellowship & exhibition program are encouraged to submit proposals focused on the idea of ‘Transformation’, with the goal of presenting public artwork for a fall 2023 group exhibition.

Transformation: A thorough or dramatic change in form or appearance or a complete change in the appearance or character of something or someone, especially so that thing or person is improved.

In nature, the metamorphosis of a seed into a plant or a caterpillar into a butterfly is often considered symbolic of how transformation is a good, necessary, and beautiful process. Transformation can also be tricky or painful, needing careful planning to consider why it is needed, what would happen without it, and what are the key ingredients for a successful outcome. Transformation might also question what is required to deal with changing circumstances in any situation.

The transformation of Socrates Sculpture Park itself is an on-going process. Abandoned land-fill site turned cultural space, community park and unique environment for artists, its goal of long-term sustainability is threatened by the impact of forces like gentrification and the climate crisis. Its continuing transformation will help build the resilience needed for that sustainable future.

What does transformation mean to you?

For more information and to apply, click here!


CUFF 2023 Poster Design Competition

Deadline: December 5, 2022

Are you a graphic designer and student at the School of the Arts? If so, please consider submitting your work to the Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF) Poster Design Competition.



  • $500 Cash Prize
  • Credit as CUFF 2023 Original Poster Artwork Designer on our website and printed materials


  • Must be a current student at Columbia University School of the Arts (we encourage applicants from all programs)

Key dates:

  • Call for entries open now!
  • Deadline: Monday, December 5 at 5pm ET

For more information and to apply, click here!


Open Call for Funded Residency 

Deadline: December 5, 2022

This programme is open to all national and international artists, creative practitioners, and researchers. Individuals and collaborators at every career stage, working in all art forms and creative practices, are welcome to apply.

Cove Park’s residencies support research, experimentation, the development of current projects, and the production of new work and ideas. The Funded Residencies are aimed at those who urgently require the time, care, financial support, and facilities we offer to focus upon and develop their own professional practice.

We welcome applications from those who wish to work within a community of artists, researchers, and creative practitioners, and to benefit from the experience of working alongside up to 12 individuals or collaborators based at Cove Park at any one time.

Since 2020 Cove Park has established important new partnerships with national and international environmental, academic, scientific, and cultural organisations and networks concerned with the climate crisis. Residencies are ideally placed to bring together individuals and groups, from a diverse range of backgrounds, for a sustained period of time to collaborate, exchange ideas, and focus upon new approaches to urgent issues of global concern. We continue to welcome applications from those wishing to take part in and actively contribute to this enquiry-based approach, and benefit from Cove Park’s wider networks.

For more information and to apply, click here!


The 2023 William Goldstein / Dr. Phibes Award For Screenwriting Submissions

Deadline: December 12, 2022

Columbia University School of the Arts is excited to announce the annual William Goldstein / Dr. Phibes Award for Screenwriting. In partnership with Columbia University, William Goldstein, 1955 alumnus of Columbia’s General Studies, author of the cult-classic horror series of Dr. Anton Phibes films and books, has established an annual prize of $10,000 to be awarded annually for the best horror feature script in the style of Dr. Phibes, written by a current Columbia University student.

The Abominable Dr. Phibes, which premiered on May 18, 1971, was an unexpected box office hit. Critics and casual movie-goers alike praised the dark humor of the script in particular. Since then, and especially with the rise of streaming and the availability of movies on the internet, Dr. Phibes has built up a devoted, international following of "phans," including Quentin Tarantino, Stephen King, Kumail Nanjiani, and Tim Burton.

Mr. Goldstein hopes that establishing this scholarship prize will allow a new generation of horror writers to walk the halls that inspired him to create Dr. Phibes. The annual screenplay prize will be awarded for an original feature screenplay in the style of Dr. Phibes -- but not using the character -- and will be based on multiple guidelines, including Inventive Genius, Love Story, Musical Score, Streamline Moderne, Beauty, and High Tech.

The first ever William Goldstein Award for Horror Screenwriting will be presented by Goldstein himself at the Columbia University Film Festival in 2023. 

For all information about Dr. Phibes Films and Books, please visit:



The Fine Arts Work Center Writing Fellowship

Deadline: December 15, 2022 

The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown has supported emerging writers and artists for over 50 years, granting 10 annual fellowships to writers and 10 annual fellowships to visual artists for a seven-month residency that runs from October 1 - April 30. Fellows are selected through a rigorous jury process. Fellows are awarded a $1250 monthly stipend plus a $1000 exit stipend to support relocation at the end of the Fellowship.

The Fine Arts Work Center Writing Fellowship counts among its alumni Louise Glück, Jhumpa Lahiri, Tyehimba Jess, Solmaz Sharif, Michael Cunningham, Susan Choi, Denis Johnson, Ann Patchett, Ada Limón, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Marie Howe, Salvatore Scibona, John Murillo, Paul Harding and other critically acclaimed writers, many of whom have gone on to receive the highest commendations in contemporary American literature. Fellows are provided with private accommodations on the grounds of The Fine Arts Work Center, as well as a monthly stipend. The duration of the residency is entirely self-directed, intended to serve as unrestricted time for writers in the crucial, early stages of their careers.

For the first time, the Fine Arts Work Center is implementing three tiers of application pricing in an effort to increase access to the process. The Writing application fee is $40 from November 2 to November 15 at 11:59 am. The application fee is $55 from November 15 at 12:00 pm to December 1 at 11:59 am. The application fee is $65 from December 1 at 12:00 pm until the close of the application period. The fees are payable with a credit or debit card when you submit your application on SlideRoom.

Individual application fees directly support Fellowship expenses, including Fellows stipends, the maintenance of artist live-work space, and overall administrative support.

Fee (USD): $55.00

For more information and to apply, click here!


Emory Playwriting Fellowship 23-25 Applications

Deadline: December 16, 2022

Applications are now open for Emory's 2023-2025 Playwriting Fellowship. The Department of Theater Studies and Creative Writing Program seek applicants for two-year Fellowship in Playwriting at Emory University in Atlanta.

Emory University offers a two-year Playwriting Fellowship in connection with its BA in Playwriting, a joint major offered by Theater Studies and the Creative Writing Program. Beginning in Fall 2023, the Fellowship offers a $45,000 salary, health benefits, and $1,000 annual travel fund. The Fellow will have a 2-1 teaching load, including playwriting workshops, literature courses such as 'Contemporary Drama,' and other courses to support the BA in Playwriting, within Theater Studies, Creative Writing, and/or English.  The Playwriting Fellow will give a public reading for the Creative Writing Reading Series, and work with Theater Emory and its Playwriting Center, including the contribution of a new play to the “Brave New Works” New Play Festival.  Fellows may be asked to direct student honors theses and/or other mentoring activities.   

A two-year commitment is assumed but the contract renewal for the second year is contingent on a positive review of the first year. 

“It’s rare to find a position that provides this kind of support not just to my creative work, but my whole being. The long-term stability afforded to an Emory Fellow is unmatched by most programs out there. What’s more is that the whole city of Atlanta is there at your feet too, and there are so many exciting artists and cultures present here. It’s a special and energizing city in which to create.” -Megan Tabaque, 21-23 Playwriting Fellow 

"The Emory Playwriting Fellowship is a rare gem among fellowships. Not only is there ample time and resources to pursue one's creative work, there is also the perfect balance between structure and freedom in exploring one's curricular work as an early-career educator. I was able to create and teach courses that directly align with my own research interests, and work with the most inspiring students and colleagues. My playwriting career also grew leaps and bounds during my fellowship, which was no coincidence — I would not have been able to nurture and travel for opportunities in the same way in any other position." -Kimberly Belflower 19-21 Playwriting Fellow, Current Assistant Professor of Dramatic Writing at Emory University


Required:  MFA in Playwriting, or equivalent degree, within the past 8 years, and related teaching experience.  

Desirable:  Promising record of production and/or play development in regional or national theater. 

Required Materials

  • Cover letter reflecting upon how the fellowship will facilitate your professional development, and your teaching experience and philosophy. Include your experience and vision regarding the teaching and mentorship of students from diverse backgrounds.    
  • CV (include educational background and graduation dates)
  • Two confidential letters of recommendation. Letters submitted via Interfolio.  
  • A writing sample, which must be submitted without identifying name. Writing sample must be a full-length play. 

Please apply via Interfolio:


New Works 2023 Residency Program Application

Deadline: December 20, 2022

The New Works and Creative Residency Program is a national program that awards contemporary American artists and legal US residents creating tech-centered sound and visual artworks a $5000 commission to produce and present a new artwork. The residencies will take place in New York City at the Harvestworks’ Technology, Engineering, Art and Music Lab (T.E.A.M).  Projects must be completed by December 31, 2023.

Harvestworks is a leading center for the development of artworks that combine and integrate art forms, explore boundaries and create new forms of expression through art and technology. The works will be shared with the public upon completion and show that innovative use of new technology can help viewers understand their environment, be receptive of new ideas, and enrich their imagination.

Each artist receives up to a $2000 artist fee with the balance of the award used for TEAM lab activities including research and development, sound and image production, programming and prototyping. The artist works with a Harvestworks team comprised of a Project Manager and technical engineer/programmer OR can bring in their own team. The proposed projects should explore new aesthetic premises and push the boundaries of conventional art forms and media. Women, ethnic and gender-neutral artists are encouraged to apply. 

A limited number of Scholarships and Technology Lab Workspace Residencies will be recommended by the panel depending on our funding. The Technology Lab Workspace Residency includes 24hr access to the Harvestworks studios and collaborative working environment.

How to Apply:

Artworks may take the form channel audio or video installations, live performances with interactive performance systems, data visualization as single or multiple channel video or computer images, Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality. Project descriptions may include requesting assistance with the development and production of a new music composition, sound-art, code-based media and/or Algorithmic art, machine learning and video art. We encourage the developing of new technology for use in performance or exhibition. 


Projects will be chosen based on artistic excellence, commitment to the field, and feasibility of completing the project within the timeframe of the residency. Applicants will be asked to select either the Spring Session (January 1 - June 30 2023) or the Fall Session (July 1 - December 2023).


The New Works Program is designed to assist individual working artists. Collaborations, groups, ensembles, and collectives have to designate a Lead Artist to apply to the program. Only new work proposals are accepted. Proposals that document an existing work are not eligible. Students, including PhD candidates, who are enrolled in a university are not eligible. Program recipients from the past 2 years are not eligible this year. Lead Artists must reside in the US. Residencies run from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.


Work produced in the program is premiered in the Harvestworks’ Art and Technology Program on Governor’s Island or in collaboration with other venues. Residents are also featured on the Harvestworks website. 

For more information and to apply, click here!


Call for Artists, Submissions for Permanent Public Art in the City of Hoboken

Deadline: December 29th, 2022

The City intends to improve public property citywide through the installation of permanent public art in parks and city facilities. City facilities that may be considered for public art include: Jackson St Gym, Jubilee Center, Garages D and G, Midtown Garage, Multi-Service Center, Newark Street Plaza, and Garden Street Mews. Parks are subject but not limited to: Church Square Park, Elysian Park, Southwest Resiliency Park, Gateway Park, Mama Johnson Field, 1600 Park, Sinatra Park, Jackson Street Park, Jefferson Street Park, Madison Street Park, Steven’s Park, Pier A, Maxwell Park, and 7th and Jackson Park and Plaza.

Proposed future parks may also be considered, including: Northwest Resiliency Park, 800 Monroe Resiliency Park, Southwest Resiliency Park Expansion at Block 10, the former Monarch Site, and former Union Dry Dock.

Artist ResponsibilitiesThe Artist(s) shall:

  • Provide artwork designs and Identify possible locations on City public-property and parks.
  • Provide narrative of design intent.
  • Provide a comprehensive portfolio of previous work.
  • Provide a cost estimate for each project, including the cost of materials, artist time andinstallation-associated costs.
  • Coordinate with City Officials and attend Art Council Meetings, as required.The selected Artist(s) shall have experience and knowledge required to execute artwork on a large scale. The Artist shall also have experience using equipment needed for the installation of the artwork such as boom lifts

ARTWORK REQUIREMENTSThe Artist(s) shall provide the following information for a complete submittal package by completing the Submittal Submission Checklist.

  1. Proposed Permanent Public Art. The artist shall identify the location and provide a narrative description of proposed art including but not limited to the type of medium, artistic vision, and theme.
  2. Approach to Proposed Permanent Public Art. The Artist shall describe their proposed approach to design and installation of the proposed art (i.e., how the art would be installed).
  3. Reasons for the Proposed Permanent Public Art. The artist shall provide a narrative rationale for installing the proposed art, considering the following factors:
  • Contribution and meaningfulness to the Hoboken community;
  • Contribution to the City of Hoboken art collection;
  • Historical relevance (if applicable);
  • Relevance to a prominent Hoboken figure or establishment (if applicable);
  • Relationship to surrounding area;
  • Unique and innovative aspects of the artwork.
  1. Proposed Fee. The submittal shall indicate an itemized cost estimate for the artist’s time, design, materials, and equipment needed for installation of the artwork.
  2. The artist shall provide a portfolio with examples of artwork, including but not limited to:
    • Experience and qualifications.
    • Prior work including location, photo, medium, fee, etc.
    • Other factors the artist believes demonstrate their services would be in the best interest of the City of Hoboken.

For more information and to submit, click here!


The Blue-White Dot Short Story Writing Competition

Deadline: December 31, 2022

Join The Blue-White Dot Short Story Writing Competition to embark on a literary journey towards achieving the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)!

Write a 2,500-3,500 word fictional story centred around themes in the 17 SDGs and stand a chance to get published and earn royalties.

Entry is free and open to all aspiring authors.

Submission closes on 31 December 2022.

Eligibility: Entry is free and open to all aspiring writers.


  • Story must be written in English.
  • Story must be fictional and can be of any fictional genre.
  • Story must be original, unpublished, and does not infringe the intellectual property, privacy and other rights of any third party.
  • Story must be between 2,500 and 3,500 words in length.
  • Story must not be accompanied by any image/illustration/sketch/photograph/diagram/graph.
  • Story must be appropriate for a general audience and does not include content that is libellous, defamatory, obscene, indecent, harassing or threatening.
  • Story must be submitted via the official Submission Form. Submissions by any other means will not be accepted.
  • Story must be submitted in a format that is Microsoft Word compatible.
  • If a story has multiple writers, only the details of the primary author are required for submission purposes.
  • Competition closes on 31 December 2022.

Judging Criteria:

  • Story is well written, authentic and creative.
  • Story embodies the idea behind or the message underlying any of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • Story showcases sustainable behaviour, technologies, practices or ideas, and/or illustrates solutions to sustainability issues/conflicts.
  • Decision reached by the independent panel of judges is final. No appeals or disputes will be entertained.

Prize: Winning stories will be published in an anthology by Sunway University Press. Sunway University Press reserves the right to publish the anthology in any format deemed suitable.

Winners will receive royalties from the sale of the publication, if any.

Winners will receive five free copies of the publication.

Publication: Sunway University Press reserves the right to publish and/or make available to the public the winning stories after the winners are announced.

Copyright in the winning stories will be assigned and transferred to Sunway University Press for the purposes of publishing, republishing, transmitting, printing, selling, distributing, advertising, promoting, and licensing the stories for publication.

Personal Data Collection: The personal data collected will be processed by Sunway University Press to administer the participation of writers for the purpose of this competition.

By participating in this competition, writers give consent to Sunway University Press to use the information for its purposes. Sunway University Press will take the appropriate measures needed to ensure security and confidentiality of the personal data provided.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Queen’s Art Fund

Deadline: January 5, 2023

Queens Arts Fund (QAF) offers project-based grants to Queens-based artists, artist collectives, and small non-profit organizations to support the local production of artwork and cultural programs that highlight, engage, and bolster the diverse communities of the Queens borough. 


Applications Open: Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 10:00 AM EST

Applications Close: Thursday, January 5, 2023 at 5:00 PM EST*

Applicants Notified: April 2023

For more information and to apply, click here!


Mexican-American Film and Television Festival

Deadline: January 15, 2023

In 2023, the Mexican-American Cultural Education Foundation (MACEF), a 501 (c)3, will celebrate the second annual Mexican-American Film and Television Festival & Awards at the historic Raleigh Studios in Hollywood.

The Mexican-American Film and Television Festival & Awards mission is to provide Mexican-American/Chicano filmmakers, who represent 40 million Americans of Mexican decent, a venue to showcase, promote and celebrate their beautiful art. A place for the Mexican-American/Chicano filmmaking community to network, honor each other, support and promote each other. A place for Hollywood to see our best filmmakers, as well as talented newcomers, and learn how we Mexican-Americans want our unique culture and people to be represented, as an important part of the American fabric instead of the old stereotypical images.

 Feature your film in the 2023 Mexican-American Film and Television Festival & Awards.

The MACEF Film Festival submission application is for those individuals who want to showcase their work to other film lovers, filmmakers and important Hollywood Players. The MACEF Film Festival will feature two days of films made by Mexican-Americans, featuring Mexican-Americans and championed by Mexican-Americans. Along with opportunities to network with industry professionals and audiences, there will be opportunities to meet with people who have made a positive impact on the Mexican-American community. Recognizing the importance of storytelling, there will be a curated selection of historical works presented by highly celebrated Mexican-American/Chicano filmmakers and actors.

Submission Requirements:

  • Applicants can be of any background, but the production team must include at least one producer, writer or director and one lead actor who identifies as Mexican-American or Chicanx of any generation or mixed ethnicity.
  • Films must be the original work of the applicants.
  • Qualifying films will be assessed by the quality of the story, and culturally positive, non-stereotypical stories will have priority.
  • Films must be submitted by January 15th, 2023. A digital link to the film or TV pilot is required.
  • Applicants are responsible for obtaining all necessary rights to third-party materials included in their films, including but not limited to trademarks, copyrights and music. 

MACEF is not liable for any violations of permissions.

For more information and to apply, click here!


The Helene Wurlizer Foundation of New Mexico

Deadline: January 18, 2023

The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico (HWF) is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit, educational and charitable organization committed to supporting the arts.

Founded in 1954, the HWF manages one of the oldest artist residency programs in the USA. The Foundation’s mission is to “Support the artist and the creative process” and serves as a haven for visual artists, literary artists and music composers.

The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation is located on fifteen acres in the heart of Taos, New Mexico, a multicultural community renowned for its popularity with artists.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Vassar Review Call for Submissions

Deadline: January 18, 2022

For our eighth edition, the Vassar Review strives to look inward. We seek meditations on and explorations of the interior; of spaces constructed within the world and within ourselves that house and foster closeness. The interior is intrinsically the realm of both the private and the cherished. Our interiors are our intimacies. How do these spaces and moments allow for refuge in an increasingly public world? We wonder what the act of letting visitors in can produce if we are audacious enough to try. Let us reclaim the interior, both conceptual and physical, and the creative and personal intimacies that flourish within it. We would like glimpses into your inner worlds and private lives; inner lives and private worlds—if you’ll have us. The Vassar Review is a revival of the literary arts journal published by Vassar College from 1927 to 1993. Each edition approaches its theme as a subject for a discourse of contemporary works across mediums. The journal is released annually in the spring in print and online. We will be accepting submissions  relating to the theme of “Intimacies & Interiors” from November 15th, 2022 until January 18th, 2023. We accept a range of work including poetry, prose, sculpture, soundscapes, performance, scripts, visual and digital media, and beyond. Bilingual texts and excerpts from longer dramatic works such as screenplays and graphic novels are also considered. We do not accept works previously published in print but will consider previously exhibited visual work. Simultaneous submissions are allowed but require that artists notify editors if the work has been accepted elsewhere. All contributors retain copyright over their individual works. For full guidelines as well as the official submissions form, please refer to

For more information and to apply, click here!


The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship

Deadline: January 25, 2023

The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is a $8,000 unrestricted cash grant available to artists living in New York State and/or one of the Indian Nations located therein.

This grant is awarded in fifteen different disciplines over a three-year period (five categories a year) and the application is free to complete. The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is not a project grant, but is intended to fund an artist’s vision or voice, at all levels of their artistic development.

Applications for the 2022-23 award cycle will open on Tuesday, October 25. The following categories will be reviewed:


Digital/Electronic Arts

Nonfiction Literature


Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts

For more information and to apply, click here!


A is For's Annual Playwriting Contest About Reproductive Justice

Deadline: January 31, 2022

A is For is accepting submissions for one-act plays about reproductive justice, now through January 31st!

The A is For Playwriting Contest and the all it takes is ONE- ACT Play Festival engages playwrights who are passionate about abortion rights and reproductive justice, and offers audiences the opportunity to see those stories represented on stage. Each year, three winning plays are selected by a jury of theatre professionals, and then performed in a staged reading by a talented group of actors. Over the past two years, we have received more than 400 one-act plays about reproductive justice, and have brought 6 of them to the virtual stage. The 2023 ONE-ACT Play Festival will take place live in a New York City theater — our first in-person presentation since the pandemic, and we are so excited for it!

A is For believes that theatre is a powerful platform through which to share stories, debunk myths, and create lasting change. We believe that theatre can transform. We want to challenge the abstract, politicized, and stigmatized ways people think about abortion and reproductive justice. We want to hear the stories you want to tell.

On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, revoking our federally-protected right to safe, legal abortion. This work has never been more important. At this moment, we believe A is For Action. 

Play submissions are due January 31st. Three winners will be announced in early May 2023, and will receive the following prizes:  

Grand Prize - $5,000 

2nd Place - $3,000

3rd Place - $1,500

The winning plays will also be presented as staged readings during our ONE-ACT Play Festival in 2023 at a NYC theatre tbd.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship

Deadline: January 31, 2022

Eligibility Requirements 

A maximum of 4 scholarships are awarded to American students in a Master’s or above in the fields of fine arts (painting, graphic design, printing, sculpture, photography, cinema) and music (composition, instrument or vocal performance). The scholarship is not available to students in art history, musicology, dance, or theater.

To apply, candidates must:

  • Have American citizenship
  • Be from 21 to 30 years old
  • Have a diploma from an American University or trade school. Preference will be given to students at an advanced level of study.
  • Demonstrate a high artistic level
  • Propose a detailed and original artistic project related to their field of study that requires a minimum stay of one year in Paris.
  • The project must include registration in a recognized French Art or Music school, or in certain cases, affiliation with a school and/or a mentor or professor can be accepted. It is strongly recommended that candidates contact a professor or school before arriving in France.
  • Demonstrate personal qualities and adaptability to community life
  • Demonstrate a desire to actively participate in cultural life at the FEU
  • Submit a complete application before the deadline: January 31.

The Scholarship

Awarded annually, the scholarship amounts to 10,000€/year and a reservation of a personal room at the FEU during the academic year (October-June). The Scholars actively participate in the community and cultural life of the FEU.

Documents to submit for Artists and Musicians

  • The form for the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship, download here. Please sign electronically or print, sign, and scan.
  • A passport-sized photo to be used on the form and sent in JPEG format.
  • A detailed resume.
  • A detailed presentation of your project specifying the French institution or teacher you plan to work with.
  • It is strongly recommended to include a letter of admission to a French institution, or in some cases, a letter of from a mentor or professor. For the visual arts, a letter of affiliation. A letter from a mentor may be accepted if the project involves only personal artistic work. Please note that it is easier to obtain a student Visa by registering at a French institution.
  • A certificate of proficiency in French signed by a qualified French teacher. If your level of French is low, you must demonstrate your willingness to complete your studies by taking French courses before your arrival. It is also recommended that you take classes once you arrive.
  • Three letters of recommendation on letterhead from professors knowledgeable about the candidate’s skills, artistic qualities and accomplishments. Letters should be sent directly by e-mail by the referees.
  • Copies of original transcripts from all institutions of higher education attended by the candidate. A high-definition color scan is acceptable the first time the application is submitted.
  • Examples of the candidate’s work. In visual arts, an electronic file of recent work. For musicians, a minimum of 15 minutes of at least three pieces in contrasting styles. Videos are strongly encouraged (including web links).
  • A simple medical certificate confirming the candidate’s general good health. Successful candidates will be required to provide proof of health insurance prior to arrival.
  • Proof of citizenship, i.e. a color scan of your passport.

For more information and to apply, click here!


The Fine Arts Work Center Visual Arts Fellowship

Deadline: February 1, 2023

The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown has supported emerging writers and artists for over 50 years, granting 10 annual fellowships to visual artists and 10 annual fellowships to writers for a seven-month residency that runs from October 1 - April 30. Fellows are selected through a rigorous jury process. Visual Arts Fellows are provided with a private furnished apartment and a separate work studio of approximately 400 sq ft. Fellows are awarded a $1250 monthly stipend plus a $1000 exit stipend to support relocation at the end of the Fellowship. The Fine Arts Work Center Visual Arts Fellowship counts among its alumni Sam Messer, Sarah Oppenheimer, Tala Madani, Troy Michie, Jennie Livingston, Jennifer Packer, Ellen Gallagher, Firelei Báez, and other critically acclaimed artists, many of whom have gone on to receive the highest commendations in contemporary art.

For the first time, the Fine Arts Work Center is implementing three tiers of application pricing in an effort to increase access to the process. The Visual Arts application fee is $40 from November 2 to November 15 at 11:59 am. The application fee is $55 from November 15 at 12:00 pm to December 1 at 11:59 am. The application fee is $65 from December 1 at 12:00 pm until the close of the application period. The application fees are payable with a credit or debit card when you submit your application on SlideRoom.

Individual application fees directly support Fellowship expenses, including Fellows stipends, the maintenance of artist live-work space, and overall administrative support.

For more information and to apply, click here!


The Muse of Fire BIPOC Playwriting Festival Submissions

Deadline: April 15, 2023 

The Atlanta Shakespeare Company is launching a new playwriting initiative for historically marginalized artists. The "Muse Of Fire Playwriting Festival'' invites playwrights of the global majority to create a full-length play that reimagines Shakespeare’s themes and plots through the lens of BIPOC America. Script submissions will be accepted through spring 2023, and three finalists will be invited to Atlanta to see their scripts receive staged readings in summer 2023. The winning script will also receive a $5000 cash prize and a staged reading at the January 2024 Shakespeare Theatre Association Conference, hosted by the Atlanta Shakespeare Company.


“..if you prick us, do we not bleed?”

In Shakespeare’s time, much like our own, society was full of inequalities. Humans divide ourselves over whatever makes us different, rather than acknowledging we’re all the same. 

This year we welcome stories that make us look at what it really means to be human and how we interpret that definition for our own purposes. 

Submission Information and Guidelines:

  • Three finalists will have staged readings of their scripts at the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse during the weekend of June 30 - July 2, 2023;
  • The winning play will receive a prize of $5000.00 U.S., and the possible opportunity to further develop their script with the members of the Atlanta Shakespeare Company;
  • Opening Date for this competition is October 15, 2022; Final Entry Date is April 15, 2023;
  • Scripts will be adjudicated by a diverse panel of professional artists (including playwrights, actors, directors, producers, and stage managers), and will be judged on creativity, adherence to the theme, originality, and overall quality;
  • Plays MUST BE NEW WORKS; scripts that have previously been published or produced will not be accepted; any play which has had more than one consecutive performance by a non-college or university theatre which charged admission and/or had a review will not be considered; furthermore, plays may not be under option, commissioned, or scheduled for professional production or publishing at the time of submission;
  • Adaptations and collaborations may be considered (please note that the prize money will be awarded to the winning script, not each individual collaborator)

For more information and to submit, click here!

Professional Development Opportunities


Future Now Media & Entertainment Conferences

Applications are now open for the 2023 FUTURE NOW Media & Entertainment Conference! Our 7th annual FUTURE NOW Media & Entertainment Conference will take place on May 31 - June 2. See more info in our flyer below. We are excited for another year of helping your students create relationships with top executives in the media and entertainment industry. 

Your students will:

Experience three days packed with panels, conversations, and our highly impactful speed mentoring.

Be added to a TALENT e-PORTFOLIO that will be provided to all the media company sponsors in attendance.

Network with top executives and professionals from Disney, Paramount, AMC Networks, Roku, A+E, and other major media and tech companies!

Have access to a scholarship application if they need financial support to cover the conference registration fee.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Queen’s Arts Fund Info Session

New York Foundation of the Arts

The NYFA Grant’s team will be hosting a series of virtual information sessions designed to help artists build a strong application. Each live session will have a Q&A section where artists can ask the Grants team questions about the application process.

All QAF applicants are required to attend a live info session or watch a recorded info session. Any one member of an organization or artist collective may attend or watch an info session on behalf of their group.


All sessions listed below are held virtually over Zoom and are in English. Registration is required.

Arts Access Info Session: Wednesday, December 7 at 2PM EST, Register here.

New Work Info Session: Friday, December 9 at 2PM EST, Register here.


From December 1-16 we will be offering 25-minute appointments to provide feedback on your draft application and answer any questions you may have. A draft of your application must be started prior to your review appointment in order for us to provide the most helpful feedback. 

Sign-ups will open on Tuesday, November 22 at 10:00 AM EST. All appointments will be available on a first come, first served basis and will be held virtually over Zoom.

For more information and to apply, click here!

Job Opportunities



Industry and Employment Engagement Specialist

The Office of Careers & Industry Partnerships, City University of New York

New York, NY

Specialists will engage with employers in defining workforce needs, identifying hiring challenges and opportunities, specifying skills and proficiencies needed to fill available roles, and exploring partnerships to help grow New York’s emerging industries.

Liberal Arts. The Industry Employment Specialist will serve students and graduates majoring in the humanities, the performing arts, and the fine arts. The Specialist will create new partnerships with industries and assist faculty in aligning curriculum development with current trends and/or needs in a variety of industries and coordinate with alumni about internship opportunities in in areas with high demand seeking to diversify their workforce, including but not limited to tech companies, media companies and news organizations, arts organizations, theaters, design and advertising firms, TV, film, and music studios, museums, galleries, non-profits, law firms, and state and local government. The Specialist will report to the Chair of the Department of English and will collaborate with the faculty, staff, and students of the nine departments in the School of Arts and Humanities at Lehman College-CUNY. The school offers majors in the following:  Africana Studies; Studio Art; Art History; Computer Graphics and Imaging; Animation; English; History; Journalism; Film and TV Studies; Media Communications Studies; Spanish; French; Italian; Latino Studies; Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Music; Multimedia Performing Arts; Theatre; Dance; and Philosophy.

Build a Community:

  • Secure partnerships with employers offering paid internship, clinical placement, and full-time job opportunities to students with target majors
  • Continuously cultivate and grow employer relationships
  • Share employment opportunities and, where appropriate, refer qualified students to employers for specific roles.

Establish a Peer Network: 

  • Coordinate with other industry specialists, campus career offices and CUNY leadership to maximize industry partnerships benefiting the campus and to learn about student and employer needs.

Create Pathways:

  • Secure paid internships and full-time job offers within target majors for our newest graduates.

Communicate and Improve:

  • Share knowledge with faculty, advisors, and the broader campus to encourage alignment with in-demand skills
  • Participate in CUNY-wide training and events and utilize common tools deployed across the initiative.

Annual Salary Range

$93,134.00 - $99,532.00

Apply here!


Academic and Career Advisors

The Office of Careers & Industry Partnerships, City University of New York

New York, NY

You will work with Industry Employment Specialists to support a cohort of undergraduate students, connecting them with relevant internship or full-time opportunities in a selected industry.

The Academic/Career Advisor will advise students majoring in the humanities, the performing arts, and the fine arts. The Advisor will support majors by expanding internship initiatives to place students in paid internships and by developing employment opportunities in areas with high demand seeking to diversify their workforce, including but not limited to tech companies, media companies and news organizations, arts organizations, theaters, design and advertising firms, TV, film, and music studios, museums, galleries, non-profits, law firms, and state and local government. The Advisor will report to the Chair of the Department of English and will collaborate with the faculty, staff, and students of the nine departments in the School of Arts and Humanities at Lehman College-CUNY. The school offers majors in the following:  Africana Studies; Studio Art; Art History; Computer Graphics and Imaging; Animation; English; History; Journalism; Film and TV Studies; Media Communications Studies; Spanish; French; Italian; Latino Studies; Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Music; Multimedia Performing Arts; Theatre; Dance; and Philosophy.

Build a Community:

  • Provide both group and 1:1 activity designed to help students identify career goals, academic courses, and goal-oriented career opportunities
  • Develop your cohort’s identity as a peer network
  • Help students plan for internships and other opportunities to build their experience in and exposure to workplaces
  • Assess students’ professional abilities and development at several points throughout the cohort.

Establish a Peer Network:

  • Participate in CUNY-wide professional development and mentoring
  • Collaborate between academic/career advisors and academic departments on insights from employers that might influence curricula and individual student progress.

Create Pathways:

  • Identify barriers to student success within areas of study related to career goals
  • Share information on student needs and connect them to supportive services and campus resources
  • Expand student exposure to careers and the courses needed to prepare for them
  • Coordinate programs to enhance job-seeking skills.

Portfolio Management:

  • Create plans for your cohort’s structure of programs, assessments, advising and referral activities
  • Track progress, challenges and outcomes using state-of-the-art technology to measure success and make adjustments in real-time

Annual Salary Range

$81,712.00 - $86,188.00

Apply here!


Senior Assistant, Comedy Touring

United Talent Agency

Los Angeles, CA

UTA ‘s Comedy Touring department is seeking a Senior Assistant. UTA’s distinctive and world-renowned roster of comic talent is unrivaled in the industry. From college tours to arenas, from stand-up to podcasts.

Candidates must have the ability to proactively function under tight deadlines in a fast -paced working environment and experience managing daily schedules/calendars, as well as preparing for meetings. Qualified candidates must have precise, detailed-oriented organizational skills, as well as excellent communication and writing abilities. 

 What You’ll Do

  • Manage phone, calendar, and research for meetings; schedule virtual meetings and calls, internally and externally 
  • Maintaining spreadsheets, and drafting correspondences
  • Strong task management skills, used to proactively build processes that benefit the business
  • Liaise with internal staff at all levels and external clients & partners
  • Expense reports - prepare monthly reports for review & submit to accounting for approval
  • Prepare press kits and materials 
  • Data entry such as tracking ticket sales and contracts
  • Track and review contracts, client calendars and payments through a series of detailed grids

What You Need

  • Minimum 2+ years’ experience, a plus if working in an assistant capacity
  • Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred but not required
  • Experience with an entertainment company, preferred
  • Highly professional with excellent judgment
  • Strong ability to liaise with clients, senior-level executives, and colleagues
  • Can-do, positive attitude and willing to “go the extra mile”
  • Capable of managing several projects simultaneously
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, highly intense client service work environment
  • Highly proficient technical skills with Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Familiarity with video conferencing systems (Zoom, Slack, Concur, and Workday)
  • Team player
  • Knowledge and curiosity for key players throughout the entertainment industry 
  • Previous booking experience preferred, whether in a professional environment or on campus as a college booker
  • Understanding of UTA's Client Roster

What You’ll Get

  • The unique and exciting opportunity to work at one of the leading global entertainment companies.
  • Access to the tools, leadership and resources you’ll need to create and drive a center of excellence
  • The opportunity to do the best work of your career
  • Competitive benefits and programs to support your well-being
  • Opportunity to help represent some of the most important talent in the comedy business
  • Opportunity to support and work closely with top corporate clients

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Associate Art Director, Educational Resources Workman Kids

Hachette Book Group

New York, NY


The Workman Kids team is seeking to hire for the position of Associate Art Director, Educational Resources. Our Educational Resources team are the brains behind the best selling Brain Quest and Big Fat Notebook books. We create educational books for kids aged 0 through 16, using unique formats, best-in-class research, and a goal of developing books and products that  support children on their educational journeys and help them excel as learners. The Associate Art Director will be a creative strategic thinker who, in partnership with the editorial director, will develop innovative line extensions that build on trusted cornerstone brands, ideate new educational products, and manage the visuals of our educational titles.

To apply, please include your resume AND portfolio.


  • Collaborate closely with editors in the ideation, design, and layout of all educational resources
  • Develop branding for new educational titles
  • Collaborate closely with the editors, artists, and authors in the creation of cover and interior artwork, from sketches to final art.
  • Work closely with editors and the Art Director in designing the cover and interior packaging.
  • Work closely with the Art Director to schedule and prepare materials for jacket meetings, as well as Sales and Marketing meetings.
  • Oversee select in-house design staff and out-of-house freelance designers as necessary
  • Ensure all covers and related sales assets are uploaded into proprietary database (The Vault) and archive documents appropriately.
  • Assist in managing a master schedule of books to make sure key Production, Marketing and Sales milestone dates are met, as well as the creation of sales materials.
  • Create select advertising and promotional materials as needed for custom publishing or retail promotions.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Art Director or Publisher


  • Bachelor’s degree in art/design preferred
  • Minimum of 5-7 years experience in book publishing design required – experience in children’s books preferred.
  • Knowledge of typography and illustration
  • Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator required; working knowledge of PDF workflow a plus.
  • Ability to execute a broad range of designs that are appropriate for various age groups and formats (board books, workbooks, and ideating new novelty formats)
  • Ability to attend to details and manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment
  • Ability to manage in-house and out-of-house artists and freelancers
  • Ability to take direction yet maintain intuition
  • Ability to bring innovative ideas to traditional formats
  • Clear understanding of the importance of branding and legacy products and how to keep them fresh and current
  • Solid understanding of children’s book market
  • Solid print production and color correction experience required. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Curatorial Assistant, Film

The Museum of Modern Arts

New York, NY

The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for a Curatorial Assistant in the Film Department to assist senior curatorial staff in all areas of their responsibilities. Performs administrative work in support of acquisitions, collections records, bibliographic and biographical records and files, research for exhibitions and publications, departmental committees, loans, and general curatorial inquiries.

Additional responsibilities include:

  • Performs work in relation to care of the collection and expedites arrangements for custodial, registration, and preparation of work as required in the screening rooms, galleries, study, and storage areas.
  • Performs the duties of exhibitions assistant, including research on subjects such as artists, periods, topics, styles, specific works, locations of films, photograph sources, etc. Assists with arranging loans of films and art; catalogue preparation; preparation of checklists; and coordinating and scheduling work to be done within the Museum and without in such areas as conservation, public information, projection, sub-titling, shipping, etc. Assists with pre-screening and public projections.
  • Researches and catalogs the Museum collection and archives under senior staff supervision and answers related inquiries from the public and scholars with regard to such information.
  • Assists in the operation of departmental study centers.
  • Works with curatorial interns as assigned.
  • Keeps informed of current activity in the area of departmental interests through festival and museum visits, publications, etc., and conveys observations to the senior staff.
  • Performs any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above.


$63989.00 to $63989.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!


Executive Producer, News Podcasts

The Wall Street Journal

New York, NY

Job Description:

The Wall Street Journal is seeking an executive producer to oversee its growing selection of news podcasts.

Top candidates for this position will demonstrate excellent journalistic instincts, creative production and team-management skills. You will be in charge of inspiring a team of audio journalists to produce innovative, creative work under tight deadline pressures.

Please note, this is a hands-on position where you will be expected to coach beat reporters and news editors to strengthen their voiceover skills, researching, writing and producing audio coverage, as needed, and provide clear and productive notes on scripts and programs in production.

We are looking for an editorial leader with a proactive and entrepreneurial spirit. A start-up mentality, with a drive to innovate and iterate, and a proven track record developing and launching new series quickly in a matrixed organization, while managing daily, current production are crucial for this role. You will also collaborate with editors and reports across our global newsroom, ensuring the breadth and depth of WSJ’s reporting is represented in our audio journalism.

This position will be based in our New York City offices and will report to the Editorial Director of News podcasts.

To apply, please submit your résumé, a cover letter clearly outlining how your skills and experience meet or exceed the key candidate requirements and at least three examples of non-fiction podcasts you’ve produced that demonstrate innovative and fresh approaches to audio that are not derivative.

Candidates who do not submit cover letters and examples will not be considered.

You will:

  • Manage a team of audio producers, journalists, and hosts to produce daily and weekly news, analysis and feature podcasts.
  • Propose new and original ideas for timely and relevant programming on a regular basis.
  • Engage with business and marketing teams to identify and capitalize on sponsorship opportunities, growing the WSJ’s audience and exceeding revenue expectations.
  • Leverage the WSJ archive for unique stories that can be developed into original audio programming.
  • Work with the partnerships team to develop industry-leading executions and distribution integrations on in-home and mobile devices.
  • Coordinate with platforms and vendors, proactively taking all necessary steps to ensure timely and uninterrupted distribution of WSJ audio content.
  • Partner with the technical operations team to ensure audio equipment, studios and facilities are functioning and up to date.
  • Ensure that all WSJ journalistic and legal standards are followed at all times.
  • Complete additional duties as assigned.

You have:

  • At least eight years’ experience working in a non-fiction audio environment, producing original audio content and overseeing a team.
  • Deep understanding of current business and markets trends, domestic and international news, pop culture, tech and politics.
  • Demonstrated experience producing compelling programs under tight deadline constraints.
  • Full knowledge of and experience with distribution and ad- serving providers.
  • Clear communication and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to work late hours and weekends as news developments and time zone considerations may warrant.
  • The Journal’s reporters, editors, developers, and audio and visual journalists create important and impactful stories, firmly rooted in fact and adhering to the highest ethical standards. We report without fear or bias, and we maintain a proper sense of perspective, detachment and objectivity in our reporting.

NYC Pay Range: $50,000 - $180,000

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Engagement Manager

Princeton University 

Princeton, NJ

The Department of Music at Princeton seeks an experienced performing arts or higher education administrator with a proven track record for developing, executing, and assessing effective long-term engagement strategies across diverse communities to serve in the newly-created position of Engagement Manager.

Reporting to the Director for Administration and Operations, this position serves as a senior member of the leadership team in the department charged with effectively communicating the mission and values of the department with broad audiences including prospective students, faculty, and staff, and improving the overall experience and frequency of engagement with the department among internal and external community members.

This position directly supports and promotes the teaching and research mission of our department through its broad oversight of new programs and initiatives related to admissions, faculty recruitment, community engagement, marketing and event-related promotion, and alumni networking and resources.


Engagement Strategies:

This position will be responsible for the planning, implementing, and assessing of engagement strategies and initiatives targeting prospective students (undergraduate and graduate level), faculty, and staff, and highlighting the teaching and research of our current faculty and students. Specific responsibilities will include but is not limited to:

  • Maintaining and developing content for the website and other communications platforms/channels
  • Building close relationships with central communications colleagues to amplify the goals of the University and the department
  • Working closely with faculty to highlight their teaching and research
  • Partnering with colleagues from the admissions department to create assets and provide knowledgeable representation of the department for the purpose of student recruitment
  • Develop and manage new initiatives and strategies to engage and build networks with alumni of the department to better serve current students and faculty

Student Experience and Engagement:

This position will be responsible for improving and expanding upon the student experience with the department. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Managing the Student Fleet with up to 15-20 students working 5-10 hours each week in the department
  • Developing meaningful pathways for music majors and music minors/certificate students to build meaning connections with the department and each other, deepening the department's commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and a strong sense of belonging
  • Establishing clear pathways, policies, and processes for student ensembles and department-affiliated student ensembles to receive support from the department including funding, rehearsal or performance spaces, marketing materials and publicity, working closely with the Production Manager and Program Manager for Performance Activities
  • Serve as a point person for prospective students, current students, and alumni who are interested in engaging with and deepening connections to the department

Marketing and Promotion of Courses and Events

This position will be responsible for all marketing and communications materials and initiatives that promote engagement by students, faculty, staff, and when appropriate the broader public community (local and international) for music department courses, events, and performances. This may include posters, annual brochures, course catalog descriptions, social media campaigns, website features, live-stream events, virtual open houses and tours, etc. This position is responsible for enhancing the overall experience of audiences from within the university as well as the broader public-facing community, and growing the number of people who engage with the department each year.


Position Requires:

  • Minimum 3 years experience working in an artistic, performing arts, or higher education environment
  • Strong leadership skills and demonstrated record of success in fostering inclusive, forward-thinking, collaborative culture within communities
  • Superior interpersonal skills, including poise, diplomacy, and confidentiality
  • Excellent knowledge of classical music, and an open-minded interest/curiosity about all music and the ability to communicate effectively in person and in writing about that music
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strategic planning and analytical skills, with great attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to energetically handle multiple assignments and respond quickly to changing organizational needs and priorities
  • Proven arts management skills and/or proven experience in complex project management at a high level, including a strong background in performance or marketing-related experiences
  • Evidence of self-motivation and the ability to work both independently and with others, with high personal standards representative of Princeton University's commitment to excellence
  • Must be pro-active and interested in consistently seeking better solutions to existing procedures and policies
  • Ability to build strong relationships and work closely with faculty, students, and staff from diverse backgrounds
  • Comfortable with technology, and able to quickly and independently learn new platforms
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and creative problem-solving
  • Proven excellent judgment and ability maintain high levels of discretion
  • Must demonstrate strong leadership qualities and proven ability to manage others effectively, promoting a thriving and positive work environment and investing in the success of colleagues
  • Demonstrated desire to be a strong, contributing member of a professional team of administrators
  • Understanding of the values and mission of the department and of Princeton
  • Must be available to attend occasional evening concerts/events

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Advanced degree or training in performance, musicology, or arts administration
  • Demonstrated interest in working closely with faculty and students

Application Deadline: 12/26/2022

For more information and to apply, click here!


Social Media Associate

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy 

New York, NY

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy (l’Institut Français des Etats-Unis – Villa Albertine) is seeking a creative and strategy-minded Social Media Associate to create trendy, on-brand, impactful written and visual content across our channels. Projected start date: January 9, 2022. 

About Us 

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy promotes the best of French arts, literature, cinema, digital innovation, language, and higher education across the US. Based in New York City, Washington D.C., and eight other cities across the country, the Cultural Services brings artists, authors, intellectuals, and innovators to cities nationwide. It also builds partnerships between French and American artists, institutions and universities on both sides of the Atlantic. In 2021, it launched a new cultural institution, Villa Albertine, that is creating a network for arts and ideas spanning France and the United States. In New York, through its bookshop Albertine, it fosters French-American exchange around literature and the arts. 


  • The Social Media Associate creates and distributes relevant and impactful content through the Cultural Services’ 10+ social media platforms. Their responsibilities involve presenting ideas that can be developed into relevant stories and writing and editing content that they post. 
  • The Social Media Associate creates both written and visual content, which may entail filming video, editing video or editing photographs, images, or graphics that are being used in their posts and adjacent communication tools (websites, emails). Their work also entails frequent liaising with external vendors, brands and/or influencers to create visual and written content for these purposes. 
  • The Social Media Associate maintains a content calendar and communicates with staff across offices and departments to collect material and information to be used in posts. They also occasionally host live video interviews. 
  • They are specifically responsible for understanding their audience, monitoring breaking news, quickly responding to developments, producing posts, applying new trends while maintaining brand integrity, and providing content that will appeal to the target audience. One of their main objectives is to increase website and social media traffic by reaching a wider audience with their material. Social Media Associates use their expertise with providing timely, relevant material to attract these viewers. 
  • The Social Media Associate also supports the Communication Department's administrative operations. 

Skills and Experience:   

  •  3-5 years of experience managing social media accounts for institutions or brands, ideally in the cultural or nonprofit sector 
  •  Skilled at integrating new social media trends while maintaining brand integrity    
  •  Intimate knowledge of the social media landscape and intricacies of most-used platforms, especially Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn  
  •  Existing relationships with relevant influencers and social media mangers at cultural institutions is a plus   
  •  Excellent writing and copy-editing skills   
  •  Video, photo editing, and graphic design skills sufficient for professional social media content production 
  •  Knowledge of Canva, Sprout Social, video editing software, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office Suite preferred 

Professional Qualities: 

  •  Creative and innovative   
  •  Organized   
  •  Excellent team player; personable   
  •  Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities   
  •  Responsible and conscientious with great judgment and discretion   
  •  Keen interest in French arts, culture, language, and education landscape   

Language Requirements:

  •  French (reading, speaking, writing): Advanced or Bilingual  
  •  English (reading, speaking, writing): Bilingual or Fluent speaker     

Eligibility, Salary, and Benefits : 

 This is a full-time (40 hours/week), in-person position at the picturesque Payne Whitney Mansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, located at 972 Fifth Avenue (at 79th Street).    

 The annual salary is $60,576 ($5,048/month), plus a monthly transportation stipend of $120.  

 Employees are granted 25 vacation days per year plus 12 overtime compensation days, totaling to 37 days off (7+ weeks). Please expect to work occasionally in evenings and on weekends.   

Must be eligible to work in the United States. Only applicants meeting this condition will be considered.

To Apply: 

Please send (in English) a cover letter, CV, and 3-5 links to relevant content you have produced (with information on engagement and any quantitative measures of success) in a single PDF document to [email protected]. Please include “Social Media Associate Application” in the subject line.   

Deadline for application: December 20, 2022

For more information and to apply, click here!


Script Coordinator

ABC News 

New York, NY

Job Summary:

ABC News is hiring a Script Coordinator for GMA.


The Script Coordinator will work across 3 of our shows (GMA, GMA3 and Weekend GMA.)  The person in this role will have many responsibilities, including, but not limited to working through the overnight prepping scripts for the up-coming show to be distributed to the news anchors, correspondents, control room staff and on through the live production of the show, running up to the minute changes and updates. The candidate will compile and distribute informational packets for the technical and editorial staff. Any and all printing needs, from briefing notes, interview cards to relevant studies, will be trafficked to the person in this role.  

Absolutely must have flexibility with 7-day work week/holidays.

Basic Qualifications:

  • The ideal candidate will be eager to learn and grow, be an enthusiastic team player, and very detail oriented. They should have at least 1 year of television, media or agency experience, be proficient in Microsoft Office, have a sharp eye for detail, and have experience working in a highly demanding, deadline-driven environment.
  • Experience with iNews is a plus, but not required. 

Required Education:

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience.

The hiring range for this position in New York is $51,100 – $70,300 per year. The base pay actually offered will take into account internal equity and also may vary depending on the candidate’s geographic region, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience among other factors.  A bonus and/or long-term incentive units may be provided as part of the compensation package, in addition to the full range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits, dependent on the level and position offered.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Visual and Performing Arts Librarian

Queens College 

Queens, NY

Queens College Libraries (QCL), City University of New York, seeks to hire a full-time, tenure-track Librarian for a Visual and Performing Arts Librarian position, at the rank of an assistant professor or an instructor. The Visual and Performing Arts Librarian will focus on supporting student success by developing innovative approaches to instruction, outreach, and collection development in the areas of Art, Music, and Drama, Theater & Dance.

A public services position reporting through an Associate Librarian, the Visual and Performing Arts Librarian will be a partner and resource contact for faculty and students in the Queens College School of Arts and Humanities. This position will work with faculty to provide course-integrated library instruction in support of student learning outcomes.

Additionally, the Visual and Performing Arts Librarian will oversee both the Music Library, located on two floors in the Aaron Copland School of Music, and the Art Collection, located on the sixth floor of the main library building.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Engage in outreach to maintain a strong relationship between the library and the visual and performing arts departments, as the subject specialist for the Art, Music, and Drama, Theatre & Dance departments.
  • Provide course-integrated instruction to support the majors and programs in the Departments of Art, Music, and Drama, Theater & Dance in the School of Arts & Humanities.
  • Design and implement creative strategies and materials to provide library instruction within these majors and programs.
  • Take an active, innovative approach to developing and expanding existing and new collections in Art, Music, and Drama, Theatre & Dance, selecting relevant materials, and increasing the diversity of these collections
  • Create digital and physical exhibits showcasing library resources in the visual and performing arts, working with the Head of Special Collections and Archives, and collaborating with other members of the library faculty as appropriate.
  • Oversee both Art and Music collection spaces and staff, including full-time and part-time staff and student workers.
  • Participate in virtual and in-person reference and research assistance, library instruction initiatives such as English 110 instruction, collection development, and other programs within the library.
  • Work collaboratively and effectively to promote teamwork, diversity, equity, and inclusiveness within QCL and the QC campus.
  • Represent QCL interests on various local, regional, and national committees.
  • Develop a record of professional engagement and peer-reviewed scholarship or creative work.
  • Perform other professional duties as needed by the QCL department; schedule may include some evenings and weekends to meet user needs.


All titles require a Master's in Library Science (MLS), Master's in Library Information Studies (MLIS), or closely related discipline from an ALA-accredited institution. Also required is the ability to work with others for the good of the institution. For appointment as Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor, a second graduate degree is required.

Additionally this position requires an undergraduate or graduate degree in the visual arts, performing arts, multimedia studies, or music.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Graduate degree or graduate coursework in progress in the visual arts, performing arts, multimedia studies or music.
  • Three or more years of related experience in librarianship within the visual arts, performing arts, multimedia studies or music.
  • Familiarity with resources and research strategies in the visual and performing arts.
  • Familiarity with digital tools and technologies in the visual and performing arts.
  • Familiarity with building diversity in art, drama, and music collections.
  • Experience working with diverse student and faculty populations.
  • Familiarity with information literacy best practices and standards, especially as they relate to the arts.
  • Experience managing staff and student workers.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to foster a collegial work environment.
  • Strong record of participating in scholarly conversation via publications, presentations, etc.


Assistant Professor Salary Range : $72,667 - $93,134

Instructor Salary Range: $60,061- $74,417

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Production Manager for LIve Arts

The Metropolitan Museum of Art 

New York, NY


The Production Manager is a key member of the Live Arts Department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, reporting to the Senior Manager of Production. The department presents approximately 50 primarily new commissioned performance works annually, in genres including dance, music, theater, opera, sound installation, performance art, digital-only presentations, and related hybrids. Performances take place in galleries and public spaces both at Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters, as well as in the 700-seat Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium.

The Production Manager works closely with artists on realizing their vision by overseeing all production and technical aspects for Live Arts performances. The PM manages a team of part-time AV technicians and regularly communicates with suppliers, internal and external technical specialists, and various stakeholders.


  • Work with artists to ensure their vision accords with object and gallery safety
  • Realize artist vision through highest level of production quality and artistic integrity
  • Develop and steward relationships with artists, crew, designers, suppliers, and other production personnel to ensure effective communication throughout the production process
  • Create ground plans and stage plots
  • Create and regularly update booking for all onsite activity in Artifax event software
  • Liaise with departments across the Museum including Visitor Experience, Curatorial, Security, Buildings, Special Events, etc. to ensure smooth, clear communication and ample time for problem-solving
  • Work in conjunction with Senior Manager to determine staffing, budgeting, feasibility, and any other production needs in early stages of project development
  • Create, maintain, and track production budgets, ensuring adherence to budget constraints
  • Schedule, manage, and supervise part time AV technicians and stagehands
  • Oversee onsite production activities including load in/load out, setup, rehearsals, performance, strike, etc.
  • Lead production meetings with all relevant stakeholders
  • Create production schedules and run of shows
  • Coordinate backline and equipment rentals
  • Develop production advance spreadsheets
  • Coordinate audio/video capture and documentation processes for performances
  • Ensure that all artists and crews adhere to The Met’s safety policies and procedures
  • Other related duties as assigned.


Fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO authorized vaccine (or approved for an exemption as a reasonable accommodation due to a disability, sincerely held religious belief, or pregnancy, or because you are a victim of domestic violence, stalking, or sex offenses).

Experience and Skills:

  • 3-5 years of experience working with audio and lighting systems, backline equipment, projection, livestreaming, staging, rigging, and power requirements
  • Previous supervisory experience for union crews required
  • Experience in an art museum, art gallery, or fine-arts organization preferred
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written format
  • Ability and skill to exercise diplomacy in dealing with others and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
  • Must have availability for frequent evening and weekend hours

Knowledge and Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required
  • CAD/Vectorworks or other design software experience required
  • Mastery of Microsoft Office and G-Suite

Compensation Range:

Pay Range: $80,000 - $85,000

For more information and to apply, click here!



Executive Assistant


New York, NY

As the Executive Assistant, you will demonstrate superb judgment while managing a variety of situations and confidential matters with the utmost discretion. You will craft and deliver strong verbal and written communications; exercise exceptional administrative and organizational skills; demonstrate strong capability to handle multiple tasks and balance multiple priorities. Your impeccable interpersonal skills present with a poised, polished, and friendly attitude. You are a self-starter who is able to prioritize effectively for yourself and the Senior Executive, and you are able to work excellently under pressure. Your strong business insight reflecting a high level of awareness, competency, and efficiency in all you do is critical.

This position is a hybrid role (In-office a 2-3 times per week). This position is located in NYC-Times Square.


  • Be highly responsive to direct and anticipated requests; providing fast, accurate, and thoughtful replies to requests, following up on action items on behalf of the executive as appropriate.
  • Heavy scheduling and calendar management including coordination of complex meetings including multiple participants and locations.
  • Create and modify travel itineraries quickly and accurately. Inform and plan actions based on the itinerary with appropriate parties, monitoring throughout. Process associated expenses as required.
  • Managing meeting logistics, conference rooms, AV equipment, displaying presentations, etc.
  • Provide effective and expeditious meeting coordination including agendas, notes, action items and follow-ups.
  • Screen and respond to phone calls and email as appropriate. Handle incoming/outgoing packages and mail.
  • Partner with other company administrative assistants to collaborate, obtain information, problem solve and achieve desired results.
  • Successfully execute deliverables with a hands-on approach, including drafting correspondence, preparing presentations, and other tasks that support the executive’s effectiveness.
  • Manage special projects, run occasional personal errands, and take on additional duties and projects as needed.
  • Prioritize tasks as needed and organize daily. Always monitor emails during working hours and before and after them.

The Ideal Candidate Is

  • Passionate about the art and science behind being a high-performing and value-adding Executive Assistant
  • Someone who exhibits excellent judgement and discretion when interacting with internal and external partners that include Senior Executives, Industry Leaders, and other high-profile partners
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas while maintaining focus on key priorities
  • Able to act as a central knowledge resource for the team to help facilitate streamlined communications and drive toward team results
  • Utilizes exceptional writing, creative, editing, and proofreading skills for emails, presentations, and other correspondence

Hiring Salary Range: $100,000.00 - 125,000.00.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Producer II, Criminal Productions

Vox Media Studios


Criminal is one of the most-listened-to podcasts in the United States and has been called “the thinking person’s true crime podcast.” Founded in 2014, Criminal has been awarded numerous documentary prizes and has been praised by the ACLU of New York, the New York Times, and by the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern. 

In 2018, the Criminal team launched This is Love. Time Magazine says, “The podcast tries to decode the mystery of how our romances, obsessions, and relationships drive us. Listening to it can feel like a contact high.”

Criminal Productions is part of Vox Media, the leading modern media company. We guide our audience from discovery to obsession. We inspire essential conversations about what’s now, what’s next, and what’s possible.

As a community of journalists and storytellers, business professionals, creators, and technologists, we believe it is a moral and business imperative to amplify voices: to cultivate diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout our organization and media. This applies to our candidates, our teams, our storytelling, our creative work, and our platforms, products, and partnerships.

Producers plan and execute all phases of reporting and production for episodes of Criminal, This is Love, and future projects. Producers work closely with colleagues in a collaborative environment, sometimes taking the lead on writing a story and other times supporting colleagues with booking, research, tape-gathering, tape-editing, fact-checking, mixing, and more. If you're right for this role, you're a hands-on, deadline-driven, self-directed producer who's comfortable working independently to deliver high-quality produced pieces—but thrives in a team setting where many different voices are welcomed into the process of shaping the work.


  • Pitch unique and compelling story ideas and construct innovative ways to tell them
  • Locate people who are hard to find and cold-call strangers
  • Book studios and coordinate schedules with guests and our host
  • Regularly conduct in-depth research and develop host questions
  • Write scripts for the ear
  • Edit interview audio and score episodes using Pro Tools, or be ready to learn how
  • Participate in long collaborative group edits with our host and other producers
  • Write social and newsletter copy as needed
  • Jump in to help colleagues with other production tasks as needed


The ideal candidate has 5+ years of experience working on a narrative, non-fiction podcast. We’re looking for someone with a demonstrated ability to identify and structure a surprising story. You know your way around editing software - preferably Pro Tools. 

Ideally you’re drawn to unusual details, with a hearty appetite for research (looking for a gem in a newspaper archive, getting curious about exceptions, and overlooked people, ideas, and institutions). 

You think it feels good to write and revise collaboratively. You meet deadlines, and independently push your work forward in between edits. When you don’t know something, you’re comfortable admitting it. When you need help, you’re comfortable asking for it. You care deeply about facts and getting them right, and fact check yourself (even when you feel sure). When you approach stories and subjects, you’re a good listener. You’re open-minded, and interested in nuance and ambiguity. 

Because we’re a small team, you must excel at collaborating, and be ready to help with all aspects of thriving podcasts, beyond direct production.

To apply, please submit a résumé, cover letter, and links to 3-5 stories you’ve written and / or produced.  In your cover letter, please be sure to address the following questions: What appeals to you about working with us? Which Criminal or This is Love episodes stand out to you? What’s your approach to finding, researching, and writing stories? Feel free to go longer than you usually do in a cover letter — we’d love to get a sense of how you think, write, and edit.  

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Assistant Scripted

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc

Beverly Hills, CA

Job Description

EPIX, an MGM company, is looking for an Assistant, Scripted to provide day-to-day administrative support to the Vice President of Original Programming and additional support for the Original Programming team. The successful candidate must have experience handling a wide range of administrative related tasks.


  • Schedule meetings, phone calls, and conference calls for EVP and VP Original Programming
  • Coordinate and schedule meetings, book conference rooms, set dial in numbers, keep schedule, register and greet guests, and remain flexible
  • Answer phones and prep calls
  • Book travel and cars
  • Prepare T&E for Executives
  • Order office supplies for department
  • Mail/Messenger packages
  • Reserve screening room for group screenings (along with testing equipment for screenings)
  • Oversee catering for special meetings/internal events
  • Organize invitee lists for external screenings
  • Keep contacts up to date for executives
  • Troubleshoot and find solutions when technical or administrative problems occur


  • Support entire Original Programming Department in execution of Scripted Originals
  • Help maintain all submission reports, spec logs and development reports for scripted programming
  • Track and follow up with writers, studios and productions on all deliverables
  • Oversee creation of links for all scripted shows and coordinate between production with all departments within EPIX
  • Review scripts, submissions and rough cuts and provide feedback and notes to executives
  • Participate in brainstorm meetings
  • Cover for meetings when needed
  • Help coordinate all payments due for scripted development with finance and business affairs
  • Above all else, remain confidential with all materials

Basic Qualifications:

2+ years' experience in the entertainment industry

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Experience working in an agency
  • Experience or interest in other arts besides film and television (theater, music, literature, fine art, dance, etc.

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Film Development & Production Executive


Los Angeles, CA

About BuzzFeed, Inc.

BuzzFeed, Inc. (Ticker: BZFD) is home to the best of the internet. Across food, news, pop culture and commerce, our brands drive conversation and inspire what audiences watch, read, buy, and obsess over next. Born on the internet in 2006, BuzzFeed, Inc. is committed to making it better: providing trusted, quality, brand-safe news and entertainment to hundreds of millions of people; making content on the internet more inclusive, empathetic, and creative; and inspiring our audience to live better lives. We'll continue to recruit the best founders and creators to join us in this mission, with more additions like Complex Networks and HuffPost to come.

Business Area: Business

Category: Content Operations

Salary band: 85,000-95,000 USD

Union Status: Non Union

The Role

BuzzFeed Studios is looking for an experienced, creative and resourceful development and production executive to work in our growing feature film department. You have experience acquiring and developing IP, sourcing and supervising writers, developing first-class screenplays, and tracking and packaging valuable directors and actors. You should also have on-set experience understanding the workflow of a feature film and be able to oversee a production run by a third-party. You know people in the independent film and talent agency spaces, be an expert in ensuring all films are following the brands within the BuzzFeed Inc portfolio, and be up to speed on pop culture. We're looking for someone who will work with urgency, and a high attention to detail. You will report to Head of BuzzFeed Studios.

This is a full-time position based in Los Angeles.

You will...

  • Development and pitch scripted feature film projects.
  • Support documentary and scripted tv departments.
  • Write and adapt existing screenplays to suit the needs of the project and department.
  • Procure new script submission from multiple trusted sources and read and cover multiple scripts a week.
  • Help cast, pre-production, production and post.
  • Present compelling pitch material.
  • Partner with team members across BuzzFeed Inc.
  • Oversee feature film productions (be open to travel).
  • Have a love of experimentation and a skill at encouraging others to experiment.
  • Keep up with a fast-paced schedule.
  • Be able to analyze the results of your work.
  • Manage status of many projects in development, production or post-production at once, managing freelance personnel and their workflow.

Bonus: Screenwriting experience.

You have...

  • Must have experience in scripted development.
  • Experience with the BuzzFeed Inc portfolio and tone of voice.
  • Deep connections in the film industry from agencies, to talent to distributors.
  • Must have a high skillset and body of work in planning, writing and completing ideas.
  • An understanding of film finance.
  • Interest in and understanding of using data to inform creative work.
  • Very strong communication skills and excellent organization skills.
  • A team player. Must be able to take direction and collaborate well with others.
  • A positive, curious, playful disposition (no haters).

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Agency Assistant

Stewart Talent

New York, NY

Full Time Job

Stewart Talent is seeking a full-time assistant on 2 desks in the Theatrical Division (TV/Film/Theater) to add to the existing assistant team.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: providing administrative and client support including reviewing material, generating and scheduling auditions as well as coordinating with casting directors, managers and publicists entering casting breakdowns, talent scouting rolling calls and general office duties. Candidates must have the ability to troubleshoot problems in a high pressure environment with multiple deadlines and shifting priorities.

Individual must be a self-starter with proven problem-solving skills, very detail oriented, extremely efficient and well organized. Ideal candidate will be personable, motivated, have excellent communication skills, be calm under pressure, have an excellent work ethic, be social media savvy and pop cultural knowledgeable.

Assistants work as a team (departmentally) but do divide responsibilities between the various agents. This role will work with specific agents and also work as a teammate to the other assistants in their department to help cover anything as needed.


  • Experience submitting on Breakdown Services
  • Knowledge of PC and MAC and MS Office, iMovie and/or Adobe Premiere
  • Knowledge of InEntertainment or similar type data base would be helpful.

Candidate must have a genuine interest in talent representation, a professional attitude and a desire to be a team player.

This is a vibrant and fast paced agency that needs someone who is ready for those challenges. Previous industry experience is imperative.

Stewart Talent, with offices in NY, LA Chicago and Atlanta, is a premier talent agency. Led by owner Don Birge, the agency caters to actors in every aspect of film, television, theatre, on-camera commercials and voice-over.

This is an entry level position with room for growth.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

Salary range: $40,000-$44,000/year and Full benefits package

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Creative Producer

Sony Pictures Entertainment

Miami, FL

Company Overview:

Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation. SPE's global operations encompass motion picture production, acquisition, and distribution; television production, acquisition, and distribution; television networks; digital content creation and distribution; operation of studio facilities; and development of new entertainment products, services and technologies. SPE’s Motion Picture Group production organizations include Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation, Screen Gems, TriStar Pictures, 3000 Pictures, Stage 6 Films, AFFIRM Films, and Sony Pictures Classics. Sony Pictures Television (SPT) operates three complementary lines of business: 1) Distribution of SPE's feature films and television programming to television outlets around the world, 2) Local television production in key international markets, 3) International television networks and digital networks. 

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General Summary:

This role is responsible for the conceptualization and production of creative assets included in branded content sponsorship packages sold to advertising partners. The role will primarily serve the Pan-Regional market but will, on occasion, have exposure to LATAM territories outside of Mexico  

Core responsibilities

  • 70% Developing creative concepts and production for Client Integration campaigns and spots.
  • 20% Creating new business opportunities for possible clients, along with digital team collaboration
  • 10% Participate in the design and deck building of yearly budget & planning presentations


  • Strong proficiency in Video Editing tools (Adobe Premier) and Copywriting principles.  
  • Strong proficiency in After Effects or comparable software for motion graphics. 
  • Strong problem-solving skills and detail oriented.
  • Advanced communication skills verbal and written.
  • Ability to organize and work on multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize.
  • Team player
  • Brand knowledge
  • Ability to synthesize client briefs
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Spanish required (written & spoken), English and Portuguese a plus
  • 3 years of experience As Creative Producer

For more information and to apply, click here!


Series Producer

PBS North Carolina

Durham, NC

PBS North Carolina seeks an experienced, digital savvy Series Producer/Director to work on an episodic digital series in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios. The series will be distributed on the PBS Terra YouTube channels, as well as social platforms. Interest and/or expertise in STEM, innovation, and science fiction content a plus. This is a contract position that will last approximately one year.

Key Producer/Director responsibilities include:

Shepherding editorial processes, including: developing topics and outlines with researchers, collaborating on scripts with writers and hosts, providing feedback on rough cuts.

Directing talent and crews, including studio and field shoots.

Managing post production, including collaborating with gfx editor and others on graphics, animations, titles, and music.

Shepherding all deliverables, including social and promotional assets.

In short, you are a creative force from pre-production to delivery of each episode. You will wrangle a team of researchers, writers, hosts, animators, editors, and work closely with PBSNC’s National Productions Team and PBS Digital Studios. Commitment to diversity is key, both in front of and behind the camera as well as inclusion of diverse ideas and perspectives. Ideally, you are Carolina-based or within short driving distance to Raleigh, North Carolina. This is a contract position. This is remote work, except for shoot days. Please email a letter of introduction and relevant experience (with links) to Rachel Raney at – [email protected].

For more information and to apply, click here! 


Professor of Film and New Media, Tenured / Tenure Track

New York University Abu Dhabi 

Abu Dhabi, UAE


The Film and New Media Program at NYU Abu Dhabi is currently inviting applications for a full-time tenured/tenure-track, open-rank position in Film, New Media, and Digital and Interactive Media Studies.

We are looking for a scholar who works in the field of Middle Eastern, North African, and South Asian film history and theory. We encourage applications from scholars working within interdisciplinary fields (such as postcolonial, gender, transnational, and environmental studies) to connect to other programs within the university’s liberal arts curriculum.

The selected candidate/s will be required to teach entry-level studies courses to the program as well as advanced courses that could be focussed on film, new media, digital media studies, and theory as well as hybrid courses that bring together studies and practice such as working with found footage, archival material, text, image, animation to explore research questions and thematic concentrations.

The Film and New Media Program at NYUAD hopes to emerge as a unique location to foster exchange between the cinemas of the broader Indian Ocean region. Our students take both practice and studies courses and finish their degree with a capstone project that reflects the cultural and historical context of their interests and studies. The Film and New Media program brings together the energy and charge of a multicultural education setting with students and faculty from across the globe in our classrooms and in our mentoring of students.


Candidates for this position should hold a Ph.D. as well as significant undergraduate or graduate teaching experience.

Application Instructions:

Interested applicants should submit the following items:

  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Statement of teaching philosophy
  • Document with links to writing samples
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g. student feedback)
  • Three letters of reference
  • Two syllabi for film, new media, and digital media studies courses.
  • The selected candidate/s will teach in the Film and New Media Program and in the Core Curriculum, courses designed for students across the university that address a significant global challenge from multidisciplinary perspectives. Selected candidates will also be required to advise and mentor students and participate fully in University and program service.

We will review applications on a rolling basis and will continue until the position is filled. We will anticipate that successful candidates can start the appointment and relocate to Abu Dhabi in the academic year 2023-2024 or 2024-2025, subject to final budget approval.

For questions about this position, please email [email protected]

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Assistant Professor in Writing for Film, Television and Emerging Media

Ithaca College 

Ithica, NY

The Department of Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies at Ithaca College invites applications for a tenure-eligible Assistant Professor appointment in Writing for Film, Television, and Emerging Media beginning August 16th, 2023.

Our BFA in Writing for Film, Television, and Emerging Media is an innovative degree designed to teach young writers to be versatile so that they may work across multiple platforms in the current entertainment landscape and in those of the future. Our writing faculty has written and produced independent films distributed in festivals, theatrically, and on cable television, episodes of television series, and content for video games and other emerging media properties. We are seeking a candidate who is passionate about writing for the screen, is committed to preparing young writers for the workplace, and is someone who will thrive in a collaborative working environment.

We value the input of multiple viewpoints and perspectives and strive to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social, and intellectual diversity. In addition, we seek to ensure that our classrooms are inclusive and equitable. Applicants who can contribute to these goals are particularly encouraged to apply.

Primary responsibilities include teaching writing in at least two of the three areas of our degree: film, television, and emerging media. The successful candidate will teach a full course load per academic year, act as an academic advisor for students, and serve on Department, School, and College committees . Support for faculty members’ research and/or creative work is available through internal grants.

An ideal candidate should demonstrate evidence of 1) experience teaching writing for film, television, and/or emerging media; 2) a strong creative/professional record; 3) a commitment to teaching writing as a creative practice. The successful candidate will also demonstrate an ability to teach in ways that value the varied learning needs and interests of a culturally diverse student population and that reflect a commitment to encouraging the success of all students.

While special consideration will be given to candidates with an MFA in writing for Film, Television, Video Games, or Emerging Media, candidates with an advanced degree in a related field with extensive professional experience will also be considered.

Interested applicants must apply online at , search for and select this position, and attach the following:

  • a cover letter
  • a curriculum vitae
  • a list containing contact information for three professional references. The cover letter should include relevant work experience as well as a statement of teaching philosophy. This statement should address the candidate’s approach to creating an inclusive and equitable classroom experience for all students. Writing samples may be requested of candidates reaching the second round.

Questions about online applications should be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274-8000 or [email protected].

Visa sponsorship may be provided for this position.

Ithaca College is building a diverse academic community and encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply. Experience that contributes to the diversity of the College is appreciated.

For more information and to apply, click here!



Executive and Program Assistant

Mercury Store

Brooklyn, NY

The Mercury Store’s Executive and Programs Assistant (EPA) is a vital member of the staff, supporting the artistic mission and leadership. This role will work closely with all members of the team, particularly the Director, Executive Director, and the Producing team, and will report to the Director. This is a permanent, full-time position and is an in-person role, as are all the full-time jobs at the Mercury Store.

Mercury Store aims for a culture, creatively and operationally, of collegiality, collaboration and artistic experimentation. In the spirit of those values, the EPA is needed to help grow and expand the administrative team to best support the operations of the organization. As we grow, the EPA will have the opportunity to participate in company-wide conversations related to logistics and programming while supporting the Executive and Producing team. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is interested in both the administration and artistic approach to a new model in theatre.

Primary Responsibilities

Administrative support for Director

  • Calendar management, including meetings and studio visits.
  • Manage the Director’s correspondence and computer management via Google Workspace.
  • Handle email communications for the Director.
  • Record information and manage filing systems

Artistic Research

  • Support the Director and Programs staff on ideation and brainstorming, including reading books and articles.
  • Maintain notes on brainstorming sessions.
  • Participate in scouting performances in the NYC area.

Artists’ Scheduling

  • Work closely with the Producing Department to schedule and manage all artist meetings for season selection processes.
  • Schedule meetings for Associate Producer, Producer, and/or Director, depending on the particular artist.
  • Maintain scheduling systems on google suite.
  • Greet artists and clients as they arrive.

Administrative support for Executive Director 

  • Limited scheduling and administrative support, particularly in coordination with the Director’s schedule.
  • Potential collaboration for the new Education Program, including supporting the programming and administration of classes.

This is a full-time position with a salary of $50,000.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Facilities and Production Manager

Mercury Store

Brooklyn, NY

The Mercury Store’s Facilities and Production Manager (FPM) is the person responsible for the management and operations of the physical space and coordination of artistic, community, and public-facing activities within it. This role will work closely with all members of the team and will report to the General Manager.

Mercury Store aims for a culture, creatively and operationally, of collegiality, collaboration and artistic experimentation.  The FPM is expected to uphold those values and care for the physical building while supporting the programming. Our primary program, ‘Projects’, involves hosting 3-4 lead artists per week in our studios, and the FPM role will be responsible for supporting the production and space needs of the artists, as well as turning over the studios each week.

This is an in-person, permanent, full-time position and an ideal opportunity for someone who is skilled in facilities and production, enjoys creative problem solving and systems, and is interested in the arts. Mercury Store is committed to reasonable working hours. In that vein, we are open Monday through Friday 9:30am-6pm, and hours are adjustable to best support the production schedule.

Primary Responsibilities


  • Coordinate all maintenance and building systems, including troubleshooting issues as they arise
  • Manage vendor contracts and contacts
  • Maintain site safety programs and compliance
  • Purchase and implementation of necessary equipment for building operation and maintenance, including outside grounds
  • Supervise facilities overhire or part time staff, including site supervisors and janitorial staff
  • Maintain security and utility systems, including making sure inspections and regulations are up to date
  • Schedule facility cleaning, maintenance, and repairs, and maintain inventory of cleaning and office supplies and equipment


  • Collaborate with the entire team, including Producer, Associate Producer, General Manager and Associate General Manager, on production needs for the Projects series.* The FPM will also be in direct contact with Lead Artists ahead of their project to best serve their technical needs.
  • Supervise Stage Managers, including hiring, scheduling their assignments, preparing them for project weeks, and supporting them during the process
  • Collaborate with General Manager to facilitate venue rentals, including building setup and site supervisors
  • Manage space availability for programs and rentals
  • Maintain inventory of A/V and production equipment

For more information and to apply, click here!</


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