July 15, 2022

ARC Newsletter July 15, 2022

ARC Newsletter 7/15/2022

Upcoming Deadlines

(1) July 22: Art San Diego 2022 Call for Artists

(2) July 22: 2023 Sunroom Project Space

(3) July 22: 2023 New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellowships

(4) July 28: VH Award for Emerging Asian Media Artists

(5) July 31: 2023 Atelier Mondial Residency for New York City Artists

(6) August 1: Tiger Strikes Asteroid LA Open Call for Solo Exhibition 

(7) August 1: Faena Prize for the Arts

(8) August 1: The Power of Cash Narrative Change Fellowship

(9) August 1: Art and Change Grant

(10) August 2: Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants

(11) August 5: 2023 Open Call for Fountainhead Residency

(12) August 10: Laura Bassi Scholarship Applications

(13) August 19: MacColl Johnson Fellowships

(14) August 22: Levitt Foundation Communications Fellow 2022-2023 Applications (Los Angeles, CA)

(15) August 22: Pollock-Krasner Residency at ISCP

(16) August 22: Noguchi 2022 Open Call for Artist Banners

(17) September 15: AICA Incentive Award for Young Art Critics 2022

Professional Development Opportunities

(18) Virtual Workshop: Five Factors That Drive Team Culture and Performance

(19) Art Law Conference 2022

Job Opportunities

Multidisciplinary

(19.5) Director, Bridge to PhD Program, Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science Admin (New York, NY)

(20) Marketing Coordinator, Brand & Loyalty, San Francisco Opera (San Francisco, CA)

(21) Manager – Postdoctoral Affairs, Columbia University (New York, NY)

(22) MFA Director, Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY)

(23) Examinations Proctor, Disability Services, Columbia University (New York, NY)

(24) Assistant Manager for Exhibition Production, National September 11 Memorial & Museum (New York, NY)

(25) Marketing and Visuals Manager for Artist Management Agency, Levine/Leavitt (New York, NY)

(26) Assistant Director of Marketing, New York City Center (New York, NY)

(27) Associate Manager for Development and Communications, Manhattan School of Music (New York, NY)

(28) Career Advisor, California Institute of the Arts (Valencia, CA)

(29) Development Associate, The Metropolitan Opera (New York, NY)

(30) Associate Teacher, Saint Ann’s School (Brooklyn, NY)

(31) Dean of Arts & Humanities, Western University (London, Ontario, Canada)

Film

(32) Video Production Manager, Symphony Space (New York, NY)

(33) Video Operations Lead, Arts District Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NY)

(34) Adjunct Instructor, Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts (Richmond, VA)

(35) Video Production Specialist, Citi (New York, NY)

(36) Video Producer, Amyris (New York, NY)

(37) Production Coordinator, Level All (New York, NY)

(38) Associate Production Manager (Episodic-Project Hire), Lucasfilm (San Francisco, CA)

(39) Adjunct Professor of Film and Television Production - Editing, University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)

(40) Associate Producer/Junior Video Editor, New York Post (New York, NY)

(41) Senior Video Director, Condé Nast (New York, NY)

(42) Associate Producer - Don Lemon Tonight, CNN (New York, NY)

Theatre

(43) Program Manager - Artistic & Special Projects, Girl Be Heard (Brooklyn, NY)

(44) Donor Analysis Associate, The Metropolitan Opera (New York, NY)

(45) Production Manager, Manhattan School of Music (New York, NY)

(46) Technical Director and Facilities Manager, HERE Arts Center (New York, NY)

(47) Manager of Institutional Giving, Park Avenue Armory (New York, NY)

(48) Ticketing and Sales Associate, RPM (New York, NY)

(49) General Manager, Ensemble Studio Theatre (New York, NY)

(50) Assistant Production Manager, Pace University (New York, NY)

(51) Managing Director, T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre (New York, NY)

(52) House Manager, Signature Theatre (New York, NY)

(53) Ticketing Operations Manager, Second Stage (New York, NY)

(54) Artistic Producer – Literary and New Play Development, Milwaukee Repertory Theater (Milwaukee, WI)

Visual Arts

(55) Curator and Director of Exhibitions, Socrates Sculpture Park (Astoria, NY)

(56) Junior Production Manager, Friedman Benda (New York, NY)

(57) Programs Coordinator - Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University (Newark, NJ)

(58) Collections and Exhibitions Associate, American Folk Art Museum (Long Island City, NY)

(59) Communications and Project Coordinator, School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

(60) Assistant Collections Manager, Art Advisory (New York, NY)

(61) Artist Residency Manager, Kala Art Institute (Berkeley, CA)

(62) Part-Time Lecturer in Illustration/Storyboarding, California State University Channel Islands (Camarillo, CA) 

(63) Muralists and Teaching Artists, Groundswell Community Mural Project Inc. (Brooklyn, NY)

(64) Part-Time Faculty The Creative Classroom, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

(65) Part-Time Faculty Painting, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

Writing

(66) Assistant/Associate Professor of Writing (Nonfiction), Columbia University School of the Arts (New York, NY)

(67) Associate Director, Editorial and Publications, David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles, CA)

(68) Office Assistant, BOMB Magazine (Brooklyn, NY)

(69) Development & Marketing Associate, Poets & Writers, Inc. (New York, NY)

(70) Membership & Development Coordinator, Academy of American Poets (New York, NY)

(71) Assistant Lecture/Teaching Professor, Ball State University (Muncie, IN)

(72) Editorial Assistant, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ/Remote)

(73) Programs & Partnerships Assistant, Poets & Writers Inc. (New York, NY)

(74) Writing Consultant, Columbia School of Social Work Writing Center (New York, NY)

(75) Head Writer, Activision, (Woodland Hills, CA)

Internships

(76) Administrative Intern, The Hole (New York, NY)

(77) Digital Internship, Fitz & Co. (New York, NY)

(78) Fall 20th Century & Contemporary Art Intern, Phillips (New York, NY)

(79) Internship Opportunity, Bridgeman Images (New York, NY)

(80) Kids Editorial Internship, ABRAMS (New York, NY/Hybrid) 

(81) Programs & Auditions Intern, Young Concert Artists (New York, NY)

(82) Production Intern, Ma-Yi Theater Company (New York, NY)

(83) General Management Intern, KGM Theatrical (New York, NY)

Upcoming Deadlines

(1)

Call for Artists! Art San Diego – September 2022

Deadline: July 22, 2022

Art San Diego 2022 is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. It will represent a forum for the direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers, and art professionals. The art fair features paintings, sculptures, photography, and video art. 

Each artist can include up to 3 works in the application. All applications will be reviewed and then selected by our jury team. Each artwork cannot exceed 25 inches in any direction. Work created in the last three years is preferred.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(2)

2023 Sunroom Project Space

Deadline: July 22, 2022

The Sunroom Project Space is a venue for New York-area emerging artists to develop a site-specific project as a solo exhibition at Wave Hill. The two exhibition spaces for 2023 are the windowed Sunroom and Sun Porch in Glyndor Gallery. We are seeking artist projects that engage with the site, Wave Hill’s history, other aspects of the grounds, or surrounding communities.

Projects in any media will be considered. Four artists will be selected for solo exhibitions. Selected artists will receive an honorarium of $2,000, exhibition support, and professional development. Artists will have 6-12 months to develop their ideas and create new work. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(3)

2023 New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellowships

Deadline: July 22, 2022

This one-year fellowship, administered on behalf of the Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund of the New York Community Trust, is awarded to two New York City-based artists, who are age 30 or younger (born 1993 or after) and not currently enrolled in a degree-granting program nor have been a Van Lier Fellow in another organization.

The fellowship provides emerging artists from historically underrepresented communities with mentorship opportunities with the curatorial staff, artists, and arts professionals to prepare and promote their projects and to define career paths over the course of the program (January – December 2023). Fellows will be given a studio space during the Winter Workspace Program and a solo show in the Sunroom Project Space in the fall. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(4)

Fifth VH AWARD For Emerging Asian Media Artists

Deadline: July 28, 2022

Hyundai Motor Group has begun their open call for the fifth edition of the VH AWARD for Asia’s new media artists. Established in 2016, this award supports the discovery and exhibition of emerging media artists whose work engages with technology and the context of Asia and its future.

 

Applicants for the fifth VH AWARD are required to submit a proposal to produce audiovisual screen-based works that may include but are not limited to, video art, moving image, film, motion graphics, computer animation, gaming, and more. Individuals, teams, or collectives from all over the world are invited to submit applications, including artists who are based outside of Asia but have a connection to the region.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

 

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Open Call: 2023 Atelier Mondial Residency for New York City Artists

Deadline: July 31, 2022

 

Residency Unlimited (RU) is proud to announce its ninth open call for New York City based artists for a six month residency starting February 3 until July 30, 2023 hosted by Atelier Mondial (formerly International Studio and Exchange Program of the Basel Region - iaab) in Basel, Switzerland. This is an exchange program, and in turn, Residency Unlimited will also host in 2023 a six month residency for a Swiss artist (yet to be selected) in New York.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

 

 

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Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles: Open Call for Solo Exhibition 

Deadline: August 1, 2022

 

TSA LA members will work with the artist and make studio visits leading up to the opening of the exhibitions, if possible. The artists are required to fully participate in the exhibitions’ installation and attend the opening reception. TSA LA will work with the artist for deinstallation. Early, mid and late-career professional working artists are all eligible. Currently enrolled students are not eligible to apply. Visual artists of all disciplines and geographic locations are encouraged to apply, especially those that may be applying from outside the region who would not otherwise have the opportunity to exhibit in LA. Artwork included in the exhibition must be available to stay in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

 

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Faena Prize for the Arts

Deadline: August 1, 2022

We invite artists to envision site-specific monumental projects for the Faena Beach that align with Faena Art’s mission. 

The winning proposal will receive a US $100,000 prize: US $25,000 in unrestricted funds will be awarded directly to the artist, and the remaining US $75,000 will be allocated towards the production of the new commission to be installed temporarily at the Faena Beach during Miami Art Week 2022. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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The Power of Cash Narrative Change Fellowship (“The Fellowship”)

Deadline: August 1, 2022

The Fellowship seeks 6-8 Chicagoland artists who are passionate about narrative change and pushing the boundaries of collective imagination. They will propose and create  art projects over the course of 12 months that speak to the power and impact of guaranteed income and cash policies. Fellows will receive a $20,000 award and will engage with their cohort on narrative change strategy. The Fellowship expects to commence in the Fall of 2022 and will conclude in the Summer of 2023.

 

Fellows will be connected to Chicagoland guaranteed income demonstrations to work directly with implementers, individuals, and families to inform their projects.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Art and Change Grant (ACG)

Deadline: August 1, 2022

The Art and Change Grant (ACG) provides grants of up to $2,500 to fund art for social change projects by women, trans*, and/or gender nonconforming artists and cultural producers living in Greater Philadelphia.

The grant is project-based and open to artists and cultural producers working in any medium, including traditional and nontraditional as well as multimedia and experimental forms.

We encourage you to apply if you are a woman, trans*, and/or or gender nonconforming artist who:

  • Has an art for social change project or opportunity that impacts a larger group, audience, or community.
  • Has a project supported by or in collaboration with a Change Partner (a person, organization, or business that is a part of the project in some way).
  • Lives in Greater Philadelphia: Bucks, Camden, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia County

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants

Deadline: August 2, 2022

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is proud to partner with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation to administer the Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants. Robert Rauschenberg was committed to assisting fellow artists in need of emergency medical aid, ultimately establishing the nonprofit foundation Change, Inc. in 1970. In this spirit, this program is designed to serve artists in financial need who otherwise may delay critical treatment or incur substantial and perhaps overwhelming debt. We recognize the urgency of caring for and helping one another and, while artists are famously self-sufficient, we encourage you to ask for support when needed.

This is a competitive grant program. Please review our eligibility requirements and the eligible types of expenses to determine that you are eligible before applying. If you have questions, please contact the grants administrator. This project is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(11)

2023 Open Call Applications for Fountainhead Residency

Deadline: August 5, 2022

The Fountainhead Residency, based in Miami, FL, seeks visual artists who are at a pivotal point in their career where connections and conversations with art professionals and an immersive and nurturing environment is just the catalyst needed to expand and evolve their art practice.  Artists must be living outside of South Florida to apply. To date, Fountainhead Residency has hosted over 480 visual artists from 47 countries.

During each month-long residency, artists are personally introduced to nationally recognized curators, collectors, and gallerists for one-on-one studio visits, offering a one-of-kind opportunity for mentorship, insight, and perspective on their work. They are invited to experiment, investigate, and reflect, while being immersed in the local cultural landscape. Artists-in-residence receive roundtrip airfare, living and working accommodations and a stipend. They meet local artists and explore Miami’s major museums, collections and galleries. Attorneys, financial professionals and business consultants are available for critical entrepreneurial guidance.

The application will close once 300 submissions have been received.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Laura Bassi Scholarship Applications

Deadline: August 10, 2022

Awards: Master’s candidates: $750; Doctoral candidates: $2,500; Junior academics: $500

The Laura Bassi Scholarship was established by Editing Press in 2018 with the aim of providing editorial assistance to postgraduates and junior academics whose research focuses on neglected topics of study, broadly construed, within their disciplines. The scholarships are open to every discipline and are awarded three times per year: December, April, and August. The value of the scholarships are remitted solely through editorial assistance as follows:

  • Master’s candidates: $750
  • Doctoral candidates: $2,500
  • Junior academics: $500

These figures reflect the upper bracket of costs of editorial assistance for master’s theses, doctoral dissertations, and academic journal articles, respectively. All currently enrolled master’s and doctoral candidates are eligible to apply, as are academics in the first five years of full-time employment. There are no institutional, departmental, or national restrictions.

For more information, click here!

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Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund 

Deadline: August 19, 2022

Established by the Rhode Island Foundation in 2003, The Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund provides up to three $25,000 artist fellowships each year. Artist Communities Alliance (ACA) leads the selection process for these fellowships.

The MacColl Johnson 2022 Fellowships will be awarded to emerging and mid-career visual artists in Rhode Island.

  • Three MacColl Johnson Fellowship Awardees: $25,000 each.
  • Three MacColl Johnson Fellowship Finalists: Artist Residency + $3,000 each.
  • Three MacColl Johnson Fellowship Semi-Finalists: $2,500 each.

The Rhode Island Foundation is employing Artist Communities Alliance, an independent international association, to manage applications and the jury process for The Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowships.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Levitt Foundation Communications Fellow 2022-2023 Applications

Los Angeles, CA

Deadline: August 22, 2022

Salary (Part-Time): $28000.00 to $46080.00 (Annual)

Fellowship Dates: 12 consecutive months, beginning mid-September 2022

Compensation: $25-$30/hour, commensurate with experience; plus opportunity to attend the 2022 Southern California Grantmakers Annual Conference

Do you believe in the power of free, live music to uplift communities and individuals? Are you interested in exploring the philanthropic sector through the lens of an arts for social impact funder committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion? The Levitt Foundation Communications Fellow is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience curating, creating and publishing content on behalf of a national foundation that supports projects at the intersection of music and public space with the goal of strengthening communities across America. Emerging professionals interested in communications within the nonprofit and/or philanthropic sectors are encouraged to apply for the 2022–2023 Levitt Communications Fellow.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Open Call: Pollock-Krasner Residency at ISCP

Deadline: August 22, 2022

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is pleased to announce an open call for a fully-funded residency, from January 1, 2023 - June 30, 2023, plus living and materials stipends ($3,050 per month) for visual artists who live in the United States and are eligible to work in the US. ISCP is currently accepting applications from US visual artists who are late-emerging to mid-career which includes painters, sculptors, photographers, and artists who work on paper, including printmakers who would like to engage with ISCP's unique and dynamic programming and creative community. The residency program includes 24-hour access to a private furnished studio space, regular studio visits from Visiting Critics; Field Trips to museums, galleries and other cultural venues; and participation in Artist Talks. Residents become part of a growing network of international artists and curators who are ISCP alumni. An ISCP residency has often led to critical advancement in the practice of the artist and curators in residence.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Noguchi Museum 2022 Open Call for Artist Banners

Deadline: August 22, 2022

The 2022 Open Call for Artist Banners is now open to artists ages 18 and older who self-identify as AAPI and reside in New York City’s five boroughs. To apply, artists must submit a digital file of their five designs for the three banners (each banner is double-sided, with one side devoted to the “noguchi” logo). Enclose a CV and a one-paragraph artist statement that describes how the design addresses the theme of peace. Designs that are created specifically for this proposal will be prioritized above designs that are appropriated from artists’ previous artwork. Designs should be completed and ready for printing.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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AICA Incentive Award for Young Art Critics 2022

Deadline: September 15, 2022

By September 15, 2022, applicants should submit one 2000-5000 word essay (optional six pictures, labeled and embedded into text.) and a bibliography (note imagery in bibliography) in English and WORD. Applicants should also submit a 150 word biographical profile/paragraph in English and WORD (not a CV). Example of image labeling: Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937, oil on canvas, 3.5x7.82m, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sophia, Madrid, Spain. Email complete essay and biographical profile to all emails above.

For more information and to submit, click here!

Professional Development Opportunities

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Optimize: Five Factors that Drive Team Culture and Performance (Virtual Workshop)

Thursday, July 28, 2022 @ 9:00 a.m. Pacific

A 90-minute live (virtual) leadership development workshop to explore five proven factors of cultures that lead to high-performing teams.  The workshop includes:

 

  • Key findings from studies of engaged, productive and happy teams
  • An understanding of how all human brains are wired to thrive in teams
  • A simple, five-factor framework for influencing a productive, healthy and fulfilling team culture
  • A self-assessment of how your team (or group, our company or family!) measures up to the five factors
  • Three skills you can start practicing immediately to inspire and influence the people around you - whether or not you're the boss.

 

To register, click here!

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Art Law Conference 2022

Thursday, July 28, 2022, 1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. 

This summer, the Center for Art Law is pleased to present an art law conference at/from the state-of-the-art headquarters of New York Law School in the heart of NYC. The conference will celebrate exciting and contemporary topics on all things art and law, including:

  • Immigration Law and Asylum for Artists;
  • Thinking Creatively about Estate and Legacy Planning for Artists; and
  • Artist-Dealer Relationships in the 21st Century.

We are pleased to feature a keynote presentation on KleptoCapture task force and Anti-Money Laundering efforts concerning the art market.

Attendance will be available both in-person and online to best serve our community members and patrons. Attendees will receive continued legal education credits as well as enjoy countless networking and growth opportunities.

For more information and to register, click here!

Job Opportunities

Multidisciplinary

(19.5)

Director, Bridge to PhD Program

Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science Admin

New York, NY

The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science with support from the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement, invites applications for a Program Director to provide leadership and operational support for the Bridge to the Ph.D. Program in STEM. The Bridge Program’s goal is to increase the number of underrepresented scholars entering and successfully completing STEM Ph.D. programs. To this end, the Program provides underrepresented post-baccalaureates with intensive research, coursework, and mentoring experience. Program alumni have gone on to Ph.D. programs at Columbia and other prestigious doctoral programs in the country.  The Program’s website, bit.ly/cubridge, contains more information about the Program and its scholars and alumni.

The Program Director (PD) will be responsible for setting the priorities and direction of the Program in collaboration with a faculty advisory board. These activities will range from reviewing the Program’s structure to pursuing new funding sources for it. The PD will also manage the Program’s day-to-day logistics.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Marketing Coordinator, Brand & Loyalty

San Francisco Opera

San Francisco, CA

Salary: $43,000-$53,000

Purpose: To support all marketing efforts for brand and loyalty. This includes managing and scoping out projects for traditional marketing focused on ticket sales and audience retention including direct mail, telemarketing, and subscription renewal campaigns.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Collaborates as an active part of the marketing team, supporting all ticket sales, audience development, patron retention, advertising, and promotional strategies to meet institutional goals.
  • Main project coordinator for scheduling and deployment of direct mail, outdoor, print, TV, and radio promotions.
  • Writes draft marketing collateral copy as assigned for supervisors review and approval.
  • Collaborates with Marketing Manager of Brand and Loyalty on traditional marketing campaigns.
  • Serves as one of the primary patron service contacts for the marketing department with an emphasis on intentional branded hospitality.
  • Coordinates patron benefit fulfillment including subscription renewals, welcome packets, perk partners, events, and surprise-and-delight initiatives.
  • Supports third-party marketing vendor initiatives including teleservices.

Secondary Functions:

  • Processes invoices for marketing and audience development activities and initiatives.
  • Supports audience experience initiatives for key San Francisco Opera events in the bay area.
  • Attends evening and/or weekend performances as requested to perform essential job functions.
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Manager – Postdoctoral Affairs

Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA), Columbia University

New York, NY

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA), which is within the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research, is responsible for numerous activities that involve education, training and support for all University postdoctoral researchers and scholars (postdocs). The Manager of the OPA serves as the initial point of contact for many members of the postdoctoral community and manages the day-to-day operations of an academic administrative office responsible for supporting over 1700 postdocs. 

The Manager of the OPA will support current postdocs by curating professional development and social events and programs, offering guidance related to Columbia policies, and answering general inquiries. The Manager will spearhead successful office operations to support the professional development and personal growth of postdocs in preparation for their own independent careers within or outside of academia. The Manager works closely with and reports to the Executive Director of the OPA.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Director – MFA Graduate Studies Program

Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College

Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

The Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts seeks a Director of Graduate Studies for its low-residency (summer-intensive) MFA program with teaching responsibilities in the Bard College undergraduate college.

Job responsibilities include: 

  • Overseeing all aspects of the MFA's academic program, 
  • Faculty hiring
  • Chairing year-round meetings of the MFA graduate committee, 
  • Ensuring student progress towards degrees
  • Overseeing granting of graduate awards
  • Attending annual admissions information sessions and interviews
  • Overseeing technical and curatorial staff
  • Responding to faculty and student concerns
  • Serving as summer faculty.  

The director will be onsite for the intensive two-month summer session (June/July) to ensure the program's well-being and the fulfillment of its pedagogical goals for students, and will direct winter independent study work and planning in the intervening months, working in collaboration with the MFA Executive Director.

In addition, the candidate will teach two undergraduate courses annually and participate in all other aspects of undergraduate teaching in the Bard College undergraduate Arts Division within one of the following undergraduate programs: Studio Arts, Art History, Film and Electronic Arts, Photography, or Music. Literary writers, poets, and critics with expertise in one or more of the aforementioned disciplines are also encouraged to apply.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Examinations Proctor

Disability Services, Columbia University

New York, NY

 Position Description:

  • Administer examinations within the parameters established by the faculty including distribution of exam materials and instructing students in examination procedures. Proctors are responsible for a range of 1-40 students simultaneously and must be accountable for the integrity of all exams.
  • Complete administrative tasks as required to ensure effective planning and preparation for exams.
  • On occasion, serve as a scribe or reader.

Desired Skills:

  • Ability to multitask and adapt to a fast-paced environment while providing a high level of customer service
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to maintain a high level of organization and attention to detail

General Information:

  • Department will provide all necessary training.
  • Pay rate is $21 per hour
  • Candidates must be available to work through Spring 2023 (at least), including final exam periods. Refer to academic calendar: http://registrar.columbia.edu/event/academic-calendar
  • Candidates must be eligible to work in the U.S.
  • Interested candidates should email [email protected] to apply. Please be sure to include a copy of your resume.




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Assistant Manager for Exhibition Production

National September 11 Memorial and Museum

New York, NY

The Assistant Manager for Exhibition Production contributes to the formation and maintenance of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s ongoing and upcoming physical exhibitions, which chronicle the events of 9/11, the historical context of the attacks, and their ongoing repercussions. The position provides coordination between design, fabrication, installation, and ongoing maintenance and quality control of the existing exhibitry. This position may require early morning or evening hours for installation and maintenance work. 

The Assistant Manager for Exhibition Production is part of the Exhibitions department, which imagines and maintains physical installations, audiovisual exhibits, digital interactives, audio guide experiences, and online storytelling platforms. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum has approximately 110,000 square feet of interpreted space, and it is the responsibility of the Exhibitions department to manage these installations, ensure their daily integrity and performance, and plan for future use and relevance for Museum visitors.

This position works closely with designers, registrars, conservators, content developers, media specialists, and fabrication and installation colleagues to create and sustain exhibits that meet curatorial goals and design intent. This is a full-time position that reports to the Director of Exhibition Production. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Marketing and Visuals Manager for Artist Management Agency

Levine/Leavitt

New York, NY

Levine/Leavitt is seeking for our office in New York a digital passionate person as Marketing Manager / Social Media Coordinator / Digital Asset Manager. 

Your responsibilities:

  • Work closely with artists and agents on developing creative content across different platforms (Facebook/Instagram/Twitter/LinkedIn, etc.)
  • Collaborate on executing live social media marketing campaigns in connection with our artists' work. 
  • Monitor response and engagement across all platforms.
  • Track and analyze data to help inform social platform strategy. 
  • Develop and execute marketing plans, activations, and promotional products. 
  • Perform tasks ranging from digital asset management to maintaining key internal tools. 
  • Oversee email promotions and marketing communications. 
  • Create visual assets using established templates. 

Your profile:

  • Bachelor's degree in arts-related, marketing/communications, or any comparable field. 
  • 2+ years of experience in creating and managing social media. 
  • Strong know how to write effective, entertaining copy for social media content across channels.
  • Strong image and visual editing skills. 
  • Awareness of the intricacies of social media platforms and the algorithms. 
  • Familiar in optimizing content across all channels. 
  • Experience in producing original Instagram posts and story content. 
  • Experience in creating marketing plans, strategies, and gathering statistics.
  • Results driven, organized and detail-oriented mindset. 
  • Exceptional collaboration and relationship-building skills working effectively with artists, agents and our clients. 
  • Experience with InDesign, Photoshop, photo/video editing, and/or social graphics is a plus. 
  • Exceptional organizational skills for digital asset management. 
  • Has a passion for visual culture and art; familiarity with advertising, entertainment and current media. 
  • Strong communication skills

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

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Assistant Director of Marketing

New York City Center

New York, NY

The Assistant Director of Marketing plays a key role in strategy, planning, executing, and reporting on the myriad of marketing campaigns that drive demand for our institution and our programming. This person is a keen project manager who can effectively articulate, advance, and execute all creative content while also being adept at budgeting and comfortable using quantitative results to drive decision making. The individual is an expert in many trades and current in best practices in audience development, segmentation, direct mail, audience research, paid media campaigns, and the like. The graphic designer also reports to this position.

The Assistant Director of Marketing will develop projections for each show in consultation with others and learn strategies for dynamic pricing that maximize revenue while working to attract younger and more diverse audiences. This may include the creation of discount strategies and the identification of new partnerships. The Assistant Director of Marketing works with the Digital Marketing Manager to achieve sales goals through expanding audience outreach —all while upholding City Center's mission and our commitment to be an anti-racist organization.

Salary: $70000.00 (Annual)

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Associate Manager for Development and Communications

Manhattan School of Music

New York, NY

The position reports to and works closely with the Vice President for Advancement and the Vice President for Media and Communications in supporting the administrative needs, select projects, and day-to-day operations of their respective offices.

General (for Advancement & Media and Communications)

  • Provides general administrative support by managing the schedules of the Vice President for Advancement and the Vice President for Media and Communications (“the VPs”); answers and routes phone calls; maintains contact lists for each of the VPs.
  • Greets visitors and escorts them to meetings with the VPs.
  • Schedules, plans, and manages meetings and special events for the VPs by managing invitations, creating agendas, taking notes, making reservations and/or ordering catering and rentals, creating and maintaining guest lists, and responding to RSVPs.
  • Writes and proofreads correspondences.
  • Assists with the maintenance and organization of files and records in various databases, including Raiser’s Edge NXT.
  • Submits invoices; maintains organized records of the expenditures of the VPs and their respective departments.
  • Maintains and monitors the budgets of the VPs’ respective departments.
  • Reconciles the VPs’ credit card statements and expenses.
  • Tracks Advancement and Media and Communications staff vacation days; sends updates to staff (staff out of the office due to vacation/personal days or doctor appointments), and manages departmental personnel calendars.
  • Submits time sheets to payroll (student workers and part-time staff).
  • Ensures operation of office equipment; contacts Facilities and Information Technology for requests and repairs as needed.
  • Assists the President’s Office for preparation of Board of Trustees’ meetings. 
  • Anticipates and maintains office supply needs; orders new supplies from the mailroom.
  • Manages office subscriptions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned

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Career Advisor

California Institute of the Arts

Valencia, CA

Reporting to the Director of the Center for Life and Work, the Career Education Advisor will support the Center for Life and Work to deliver individualized and group career advising to CalArts students and alumnx. Seeking applicants with ability to motivate, persuade and direct the behavior of students and clients toward present and future goals. Candidates must have the ability to work effectively in a team environment, particularly in the context of an arts education. The Career Education Advisor is a

student-centered, collaborative, and intentional professional who coordinates individual counseling sessions with CalArts students, group counseling, career-oriented workshops, events, and programs, and helps facilitate career education opportunities.

Salary $58000.00 to $62000.00

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Development Associate

The Metropolitan Opera

New York, NY

The Metropolitan Opera is seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented Development Associate to join our dedicated Development team. The Associate provides administrative support for the Assistant General Manager, Development and the Director, Gift Planning. This individual is essential for facilitating all administrative needs, drafting acknowledgment letters, and the maintenance of fundraising materials.

This is an in-person position and will be required to be in the office every day.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • The right person for this role…
  • has experience providing high-level administrative support, preferably to senior management.
  • possesses independent and proactive initiative with the ability to work efficiently and accurately to meet critical deadlines.
  • has exceptional communication skills and the ability to write clearly.
  • must have the necessary poise, discretion, and judgment to work well with high-level Board members, senior management, colleagues and support staff.

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Associate Teacher (K)

Saint Ann’s School

Brooklyn, NY

In preschool through third grade, associate teachers work with head teachers in classrooms of twenty students. In addition to helping their head teacher to run the classroom (leading meetings and activities, assisting with the social and emotional crises of the under-ten set, reading to and reading with the students, cutting, pasting, gluing, refereeing, encouraging), associates are responsible for their own reading group and have the opportunity in the spring to design and teach a curriculum of their choosing. We seek the curious, the artistic, the passionate. We offer generous grants for educational assistance (up to $10,000/year). Teaching experience is not necessary, but experience working with children is a plus. We are eager to meet candidates who love children and the written word.

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(31)

Dean of Arts & Humanities

Western University

London, Ontario, Canada

Reporting to the Provost & Vice-President (Academic), the Dean is responsible for advancing the Faculty’s strategic vision and for inspiring faculty, staff, and students in its pursuit. Proactive in fundraising efforts and outreach, the Dean is a vocal advocate for the value of an arts education both within Western and in the wider community. They will foster and support a culture of interdisciplinary scholarship, will encourage faculty members in the pursuit of their scholarly activities, and will promote their ongoing development. The Dean will listen carefully, act transparently, and make evidence-based decisions. Fostering an equitable and inclusive culture will be at the core of the Dean’s role.

The ideal candidate will be an excellent scholar appointable to the rank of full professor and will have significant administrative experience earned in a complex academic environment. Highly collegial and collaborative, the successful candidate will bring exceptional communications skills, well-developed networks (nationally and internationally), and have a strong orientation to relationship building, both inside the University and externally. In addition, a track record of leading through change and enabling faculty, teaching, and support staff to flourish is essential. The Dean will have a strong record of action on equity, diversity, and inclusivity initiatives and an earned reputation as a student-centred leader. The new Dean will bring creativity, energy, enthusiasm, and passion to the role, and will appreciate the wide range of disciplines and scholarship to be found within the Faculty’s many departments and programs.

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Film

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Video Production Manager

Symphony Space

New York, NY

Symphony Space is seeking an experienced Video Production Manager (VPM) to oversee all aspects of livestreaming and performance recording. The VPM will play a key role in establishing the overall look of our livestream presentations, utilizing our 4-camera PTZ systems. This is an exciting opportunity for a creative, dynamic, and skilled professional to develop, manage, and grow the video production area of Symphony Space. The VPM reports to the Director of Production, and works closely with the Associate Production Manager and producing departments throughout Symphony Space. 

This is a part-time position—averaging 25 hours/week—with the expectation that the precise schedule will fluctuate throughout the season depending on the needs of events and the demands of overseeing the video area. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Oversee live-stream and recording operations for all performances and events 
  • Build and train a team of freelance system operators 
  • Develop shooting scripts for signature in-house performance series 
  • Collaborate with the in-house production team to enhance production values
  • Advise and assist the post-production team
  • Identify best practices and evolve daily operations as necessary
  • Maintain the systems, make recommendations for future expansion
  • Other duties as assigned

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Video Operations Lead

Arts District Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY

Project Overview: 

Arts District is the premier location for cutting-edge art and spectacular storytelling. Through its doors, you’ll find a unique fusion of daring creativity and unmatched innovation to fuel your curiosity. Spend the day discovering a variety of stunning audiovisual experiences while enjoying food, drinks & shopping in between. From the stunning AI-generated art of Limitless AI to the multisensory stories inside Darkfield’s 40 ft shipping containers, what awaits in Arts District is sure to leave a mark on you.

Project Exerpeinces: 

LIMITLESS AI: Using algorithms as a brush, data as paint, and the walls as its canvas, Limitless AI takes visitors on a journey of amazement and wonder that examines the soul and consciousness of human beings through the innovative lens of AI. 

Runs ~70 mins

FLIGHT: Fasten your seatbelt and embark on a thrilling and terrifying journey through alternate dimensions and outcomes. Experience a life-changing flight in near-total darkness, all without ever leaving the ground.

Runs ~30 mins

SÉANCE: Step inside a Victorian séance room and prepare for a spine-chilling auditory adventure. You’ll conjure up a terrifying phenomenon you have to experience to believe…

Runs ~30 mins

Location: Arts District Brooklyn - 25 Franklin St. Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Website: www.artsdistrictexperience.com 

Schedule:

Starting ASAP

Minimum of 50 hours/week

Opening Day: Thursday July 21, 2022

Thursdays–Saturdays: 7:00 p.m. – 10:30 pm| Doors open at 6:00 pm | Call at 5:00 pm

Sundays: 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 pm | Doors open at 4:00 pm | Call at 3:00 pm

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VCUarts Adjunct Instructor – Cinema Program

Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts (VCUarts)

Richmond, VA

Possible adjunct opportunities could include teaching a course(s) in any of the areas of study offered by the Cinema program. If an adjunct opportunity arises, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Adjunct faculty are expected to be thoughtful and proactive members of the Cinema community and have a sincere desire to work collaboratively with a diverse student population.

When and if instructional needs arise in the department, temporary teaching staff will be drafted from this pool. 

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(35)

Video Production Specialist

Citi

New York, NY

We are seeking a highly motivated candidate to join the Citi Velocity Content Team as a Video Production Specialist.

Reporting to the Global Head of Market Commentary, the successful candidate will use their talents to tell the story of what is driving financial markets to 100,000+ institutional clients spread over almost 150 countries. Citi Velocity delivers electronic access to Citi's capital markets services across equities, futures, FX, emerging markets, rates, credit, commodities, securitized, municipals, prime and research. It continues to be rated the #1 platform by clients in annual Institutional Investor surveys by staggering margins to the second and third placed peers banks.

Key responsibilities:

The Video Production Specialist works with various Markets businesses and Citi functions, including Trading, Sales, Compliance, Product, Marketing, Technology and Corporate partners to identify, mobilize and promote the best ideas within Markets. The primary mission of the team is to produce best-in-class content for Citi Velocity with an innovative lens.

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(36)

Video Producer

Amyris

New York, NY

Amyris Studios is seeking a creative and collaborative Videographer to help plan, develop, film and edit long-form video content that further builds and elevates our family of brands.

Responsibilities: 

  • Create long-form multimedia (audio/video) content for the brand, including docuseries, external promotional social videos, product marketing videos, brand education training, and other forms of storytelling; versioning/adaptation for different markets 
  • Working knowledge and management of video pre-production, production, and post-production process, including workflow planning and schedules  
  • Work independently, as well as part of a team to establish project deliverables 
  • Collaborate closely with key creative team members and business stakeholders to help facilitate the creation of Paid Media video content 
  • Edit video and audio projects, including format versions for all digital channels, capturing/importing media, organizing raw media, editing footage and sound files, creating and inserting static and motion graphics, titling, adding music/voice-over/sfx 
  • You’ve worked with videography teams and are familiar with professional cameras, various HD and SD formats, preproduction/planning, studio and field production, lighting/grip, scriptwriting, storyboarding, and videography 
  • Audio includes small format mixers, compression, EQ, effects processors, audio recording techniques for studio and field, multi-track and waveform editing 
  • Post-production entails digital video editing, still and motion graphics design, and video compression for multiple delivery platforms 
  • Stays current on industry trends, social sentiment, and competitors

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(37)

Production Coordinator

Level All

New York, NY

We are on the search for a Production Coordinator to join our in-house Creative Studio reporting to the Manager, Photo Production, you will work closely on our existing products and new initiatives. The Creative Studio Creates, Designs and Produces all content that lives on our platform, including Videos, Photography, Infographics, Data Visualizations, Design Graphics and Audio.

As a production coordinator, your focus will be photography and design in this role, but we want you to flex your skills into other media. We are an integrated department so a strong desire to learn, collaborate and iterate on your skill set are pivotal. Creative Producers within the studio have a strong creative voice, and help influence the writing, design and production of all our content, you will have the opportunity to help shape our work and creative direction and see your work have a real world impact. 

  • Supports the Manager, Photo Production and Photo Editors on the sourcing, retouching and production of all photography as requested.
  • Routes photos, designs, graphics and other creative elements for reviews, feedback and approval.
  • Works with the CMS team to route final elements for upload into our Content Management System.
  • Collaborate with the video team including producers, editors, animators, audio engineers, and VFX Artists to bring a project from start to finish. 
  • Communicates with other producers and project managers to communicate project status, risks, issues and concerns.

** This is a temporary freelance role requiring 40 hours / week with the possibility to convert to full time **

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Associate Production Manager (Episodic-Project Hire)

Lucasfilm

San Francisco, CA

Hybrid - This role is considered hybrid, which means the employee will work a portion of their time on-site from a Company designated location and the remainder of their time remotely.

Job Summary:

We are looking for an Associate Production Manager (Episodic) who reflects the innovative spirit, creative talent, and passion for great storytelling and filmmaking that define Lucasfilm.

The Associate Production Manager of Post - Episodic works closely with the Director of Post Production, Episodic Producers, and support staff on a variety of projects in all phases of post production.  Maintaining an outstanding level of oversight to ensure that shows are locked, mastered and delivered in an organized and efficient manner. 

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Adjunct Professor of Film and Television Production - Editing

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA

The Division of Film and Television Production of the School of Cinematic Arts is seeking professionals with high level practical experience within the film industry to teach beginning, intermediate and advanced level courses in the field of editing.

Applicants must have a BA degree and/or a minimum of five years professional experience in the film and television industry. Preferred qualifications include teaching experience and an MFA degree.

The Division of Film and Television Production offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts and the Master of Fine Arts degrees. The primary goals of the degree programs in film and television production are to develop the student's ability to express original ideas on film or video and to instill a thorough understanding of the technical and aesthetic aspects of motion pictures and television. Courses in production provide individual and group filmmaking experiences and the opportunity to learn all aspects of filmmaking in a collaborative environment.

USC is an equal-opportunity educator and employer, proudly pluralistic and firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for outstanding persons of every race, gender, creed and background. The University particularly encourages women, members of underrepresented groups, veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply. USC will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship. Further information is available by contacting [email protected].

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Associate Producer/Junior Video Editor

New York Post

New York, NY

The Page Six video team is seeking an Associate Producer/Junior Video Editor to help us make existing series and compelling, shareable videos about gossip, celebrities, and fashion – subjects that are the mainstay of the nation’s most iconic gossip column. We seek a candidate who is excited about new types of multimedia storytelling and has a track record of creating digital video. Must be aware of latest formats and trends in digital video as a distinct form of content versus television.

This is an opportunity to work with an iconic media brand as it experiences exponential digital growth. New York Post and Page Six videos have received more than a billion views in the past few years.

Responsibilities include:

  • Enterprising daily Page Six video content
  • Monitoring all upcoming Page Six articles to be in sync with the content flow
  • Editing together clips at a fast pace, as well as editing longer stories throughout the day
  • Reaching out to clear video from original sources found on various social media platforms
  • Pitching video ideas daily and contribute to team brainstorming

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(41)

Senior Video Director

Condé Nast

New York, NY

Conde Nast Entertainment is seeking a Senior Video Director to join our dynamic, fast-paced creative team. In this role the Senior Video Director will work closely with our Senior Producers, Coordinating Producers and Creative Producers on all video productions across the division and brands, inclusive of branded and traditional projects. 

The Senior Video Director has a strong history of creating and executing high concept digital videos, working with and directing A-List celebrities, highly esteemed experts and everyday people. 

This role reports into the Director of Content Production / Supervising Producer or Executive Producer, depending on the brand collection.  

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(42)

Associate Producer - Don Lemon Tonight

CNN

New York, NY

The Associate Producer for Don Lemon Tonight works closely with show producers on several fronts.  AP’s track, edit and distribute elements for the program.

 

  • They provide producers with support gathering material for segments, cut video elements and sound bites, help create graphics for segments.
  • They are trained to write and edit short news pieces.
  • AP’s are responsible for coordinating live remotes and guests during the broadcast in the control room and are also the main playback operators in the control room for elements rolling live into the program.
  • The AP must work closely with rights and clearances, the affiliate desk and assignment desks to ensure the best and latest video is acquired, used and credited properly. 
  • AP’s are also called on to code and create banners, and all of this work is done under extremely tight deadlines for five hours of morning news programming.
  • The AP’s work closely in the control room with writers, line producers and senior producers on choosing or producing sound bites, tease videos and VOs for live reads.

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Theatre

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Program Manager - Artistic & Special Projects

Girl Be Heard

Brooklyn, NY

The Program Manager - Artistic & Special Projects is responsible for serving as the administrative lead for GBH’s Artistic Company (a year long residency for 12-15 youth performers who devise and perform the mainstage show as well as external performances throughout the year), the Girls Make Movies program (a 6 month documentary/film making program for 10 aspiring youth documentarians), and the GBH Summer Experience (a 2 week summer camp for NYC youth.) As such, the Program Manager is an integral member of the GBH Program Team and should possess the capacity to build strong relationships with GBH program stakeholders, as well as possess excellent project management skills including overseeing program implementation, conducting program evaluation, overseeing data entry, and supervising teaching artists. 

The ideal candidate for this position possesses flexibility, professionalism, passion, and a dedication to positive youth development, social justice, and spoken word performance. They are a hands-on strategic thinker, a planner and problem solver, prepared to lead and direct staff through change and program expansion. Excellent communication skills are critical. The Program Manager - Artistic & Special Projects must be comfortable communicating with participants and their families, and equally comfortable presenting before school leaders and members of the community.

Salary: $55000.00 to $58500.00 (Annual)

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(44)

Donor Analysis Associate

The Metropolitan Opera

New York, NY

The Donor Analysis Associate will support and assist the Senior Director, Donor Information & Analysis to boost strategic fundraising efforts within the Development Department of the Metropolitan Opera. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, analyzing and using data effectively to inform fundraising strategies, list management, extraction creation, reporting on donor trends, data entry and database management, and general administrative tasks. Additionally, the Associate will help implement Business Intelligence strategies for the Met to ultimately increase fundraising revenue.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • BA and 2-3 years of Tessitura and/or database experience in a development/fundraising environment; preferably in a performing arts or similar organization.
  • Strong quantitative and analytical skills with ability to manage and analyze large data sets. 
  • Strong familiarity with donor databases, data entry, data mining, and reporting
  • Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in Tessitura List Manager/Extractions, third-party analytical programs, Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, especially cross-departmentally to support a data-driven culture in the organization.
  • Eligible for hybrid work schedule

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(45)

Production Manager

Manhattan School of Music

New York, NY

Opera Theatre and Musical Theatre Productions 

  • Assumes the role of Production Manager for all Opera Theatre and Musical Theatre 
  • (OMT) productions, including those produced using online/virtual formats. 
  • Schedules and leads all production meetings, working closely with the Director of Production and the Managing Director of Opera Theatre and Musical Theatre. 
  • Builds and maintains a detailed production budget in collaboration with the Managing Director of Opera Theatre and Musical Theatre. 
  • Builds and maintains detailed labor budgets for each production in consultation with the Director of Production. 
  • Creates and maintains production calendars for all productions, working closely with the Director of Production and the Managing Director of Opera Theatre and Musical Theatre. Calendars include production deadlines, production meetings, load-ins, tech rehearsals, orchestra rehearsals, performances, and strike. 
  • Serves as the primary contact for all designers. 
  • Helps facilitate designers making deadlines and adhering to budgets. 
  • Sources bids for all relevant departments after designs are approved. 
  • Maintains MSM equipment inventory across venues, and identifies any conflicts between spaces based on the performance calendar. 
  • Provides support for the rehearsal room (including online rehearsal rooms) by managing rehearsal report requests, checking in on rehearsal room needs, and communicating with stage management. 
  • Hires all necessary production staff, following the guidance of the Director of Production. Positions include department heads, show crew, and load-in/strike labor. 
  • Creates crew schedules based on the production calendar and within the labor budget. 
  • Coordinates payroll with the Director of Production and the Associate Production Manager. 
  • Makes purchases and approves expenses within preapproved budgets. 
  • Provides management oversight in the theatre when the School conducts on-site, in-person performances. Oversight includes load-in through strike. 
  • Coordinates repairs and maintenance during the run of on-site, in-person shows. 
  • Presents a final, reconciled budget after load-in and strike. 
  • Runs post-mortem meetings to help improve the process in which MSM produces OMT productions. 

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(46)

Technical Director and Facilities Manager

HERE Arts Center

New York, NY

From our home in Lower Manhattan, HERE builds an inclusive community that nurtures artists of all backgrounds as they disrupt conventional expectations to create innovative performances in theatre, dance, music, puppetry, media, and visual art. By providing these genre-blending artists with an adaptive, flexible home for developing and producing their work, we share a range of perspectives reflective of the complexity of our city. HERE welcomes curious audiences to witness groundbreaking performances, responsive to the world in which we live, at free and affordable prices.

HERE’s Production Department is seeking to fulfill the role of Technical Director and Facilities Manager starting in mid-August and reporting to the Production Manager. The TD & F Manager will work closely with freelance Production Managers and Technical Directors engaged by HERE and HERE’s tenants, and oversee production interns and cleaning staff.

Salary is 47-50k. Health Insurance provided.

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(47)

Manager of Institutional Giving

Park Avenue Armory

New York, NY

The Manager of Institutional Giving is part of a two-person institutional giving team responsible for raising approximately $2.5 million in annual support. The role primarily manages a portfolio of small to mid level corporate, foundation, and government supporters, as well as takes a lead role with stewarding season sponsors. In addition, the Manager plays an important part in funder research and identifying new funding opportunities, while assisting with other institutional giving fundraising priorities as needed. The work requires excellent writing, interpersonal, and administrative skills.

The Manager reports to the Director of Institutional Giving and works closely with the Director of Development and collaboratively with the entire Development Department.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function to a high professional standard. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Ideal candidates will be highly organized, motivated, and detail-oriented self-starters who work well within a fast-paced environment.

Education & Experience

  • 2+ years of experience in fundraising, preferably in institutional giving for a performing and/or visual arts organization, personal interest in arts and culture a plus.
  • Experience writing grants to foundations, corporations, and government entities.
  • Event experience a plus, with ability to work occasional nights, weekends, and holidays in support of events and programs

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(48)

Ticketing and Sales Associate

RPM

New York, NY

RPM is a full-service agency tailored for live entertainment and experiences. Our team works directly with clients on campaigns that are effective and progressive in both strategy and creativity. We are looking to expand our team with people who share this passion. Clients include the Broadway shows Hamilton, Chicago, Moulin Rouge!, The Phantom of the Opera, and others.

The Ticketing & Sales Associate provides support to our agency’s sales and ticketing team, including, but not limited to: daily sales reporting, discount and dynamic price change programming, and third-party sales channel coordination. For our clients who retain us for Ticketing and Sales services, this person will collaborate with the Ticketing & Sales Director on any other reporting or insights pulling needs that may arise. The Ticketing & Sales Associate will also liaise with sales agents and industry ticketing partners to keep regular and time-sensitive tasks on schedule.

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General Manager

Ensemble Studio Theatre

New York, NY

Ensemble Studio Theatre (EST) is seeking a General Manager to oversee all financial and operations activity for the productions of an off-Broadway organization producing two to three full length plays and a variety of satellite programs. This programming serves as the support for a robust artistic membership and focuses exclusively on new work. The General Manager maintains all aspects of EST’s productions including facilities management and budgeting.

The General Manager works closely with a Production Manager and works in close concert with the Company Administrator. They are supervised by the Managing Director/Transition Manager and the Artistic Staff. The General Manager has regular direct interaction with members of the 600 strong EST membership of ensemble artists and various members of the wider New York City artistic community. The membership, a supervising body of the organization, relies on staff to assist in management and support for developmental works, readings and other theatrical resources. The General Manager is a key part of this relationship.

Duration: 8/15/22-5/15/23 (2022-2023 Season)

Compensation: $923/week

Benefits: Health insurance and other benefits begin after 30-days of employment

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(50)

Assistant Production Manager

Pace University

New York, NY

The Pace School of Performing Arts (PPA) is seeking an experienced Assistant Production Manager to work in the theatrical facilities of PPA, supporting production and classroom needs. They will assist the Production Manager in the planning and overseeing of all production aspects of the PPA Mainstage Productions, filmed projects, and academic program projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with the daily operations and administration of the technical and production departments.
  • Work closely with the Production Manager to provide an essential communication link among all production team members.
  • Keep all paperwork up to date, assist with the scheduling of vendors and guest artists, along with ensuring the delivery of all Mainstage Productions.
  • Assist the Production Manager in preparing, planning, budgeting, along with purchasing materials for the Mainstage Productions. Develop and maintain the build schedule, production calendar, and purchase necessary supplies.
  • Performs other such duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Salary: $58,000/year

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(51)

Managing Director

  1. Schreiber Studio & Theatre

New York, NY

The T. Schreiber Studio for Theatre and Film, New York City’s premiere acting studio, is opening a search for a Managing Director to co-lead our organization into the next phase of community building through theatre, film, artist training, and high-quality productions. The Managing Director should be a performing arts management professional who will co-lead our prestigious, highly acclaimed acting studio and theatre. In collaboration with the Artistic Director and Board of Directors, responsibilities include supervision of staff, recruitment, and growth of enrollment, revenue planning and building, fundraising, finance/budget management, marketing, communications, human resources, producing productions, and operational oversight of the company. The Managing Director will contribute to the realization of the Artistic Director’s vision for new programs, theatre productions, and the cultivation and commissioning of new playwrights. The organization is looking for someone excited to learn the studio’s existing structure and systems and develop strategic innovative methods that promote growth and our overall mission.

Required Skill

  • A strong commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism in the arts
  • An open mind, creative spirit, and talent to lead and thrive in a fast-paced and prolific company
  • 1-3 years of experience working in/leading teams within arts and/or educational organizations
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Experience leading, managing, and motivating a small staff of professionals
  • Experience building and managing budgets
  • Interest in capacity and organizational building/planning
  • Interest in marketing and promotions within arts and/or educational organizations
  • Training, advanced degree, and/or relevant experience in performing arts management or the arts
  • Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Experience using content management software (CMS)

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(52)

House Manager

Signature Theatre

New York, NY

Signature Theatre is currently seeking House Managers for productions starting September 2022.

The House Manager supports the audience experience and is an integral part of introducing and maintaining the culture of the Center for the theatre’s Season Members, general audience, and visitors. The House Manager is responsible for the safety of the public, ensuring a comfortable environment for audiences to enjoy the Center and its programming. Collaborating with ticket services, volunteers, and other front of house personnel, the House Manager will ensure productions run efficiently.

This part time, seasonal position requires a flexible schedule which generally includes day and evening shifts Tuesday – Sunday. This is a part-time, seasonal position, compensated at $20.50 per hour.

Payment $20.50/hour

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(53)

Ticketing Operations Manager

Second Stage

New York, NY

The Ticket Operations Manager is a core member of the Ticket Services Team and the Marketing Department. Reporting to the Director of Ticket Services, the Ticket Operations Manager oversees all aspects of sales data and reporting, as well as liaising with the Ticketing Services Team and beyond to ensure the organization’s guidelines and procedures for Ticket Services are executed effectively.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience in both ticketing operations and data management.

Duties & Responsibilities

Oversee single ticket/subscription sales data aggregation, sales reporting set-up and distribution, and operational ticketing functions.

  • Suggest, create, and maintain discount codes, offers, and special pricing for productions at Second Stage venues.
  • Own and manage lists and extraction sets of audiences for communication purposes in conjunction with the Marketing Department.
  • Maintain and edit different aspects of the building of productions, to include, but not limited to price types, holds, modes of sale, ticket designs, etc.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Ticketing, manage relationships with third-party sales partners and renters of Second Stage venues.
  • Create and maintain an organized system of donor ticketing systems with the Individual Giving Manager.
  • Continually seek out new and more effective operations and business models within Ticket Services.
  • Assist in annual projects such as subscription rollover, as well as special projects as they arise.
  • Create and maintain peer ticketing analysis to stay current and competitive in the marketplace.

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(54)

Artistic Producer – Literary and New Play Development

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

Milwaukee, WI

MILWAUKEE REP is seeking an Artistic Producer – Literary and New Play Development, who is responsible for administrating of the New Play Development program, managing the literary needs of the Artistic Department, and co-line producing the New Play Development works within our season. This is an integral role in overseeing and developing plays under commission with the Milwaukee Rep, as well as participating in season planning and strategic plans.

Qualified candidates will have a successful track record in administrating, leading and developing new projects, and have a passion for sharing stories on the stage.

Deadline to Apply: Aug. 7th, 2022

Salary: $50,000

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Visual Arts

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Curator and Director of Exhibitions

Socrates Sculpture Park

Astoria, NY

The Curator and Director of Exhibitions is a senior member of staff and leads the research, planning and implementation of the Park’s art and public program. This includes thematic and solo presentations of mid-career and established, internationally acclaimed artists and, especially through the longstanding Emerging Artist Fellowship Program and Exhibition, those at the start of promising careers. The Curator and Director of Exhibitions, in consultation with the Executive Director, creates and manages the Park’s visual arts programming and works closely and collaboratively with the Director of Program and Engagement and the Director of Education to ensure an integrated program of activity. They administer all aspects of the development, planning, and execution of the visual art program.

Qualifications:

  • The qualified candidate will have substantial and extensive related professional experience working with other relevant visual arts organizations. 
  • Applicants must have a demonstrated track record of successful curatorial projects and exhibitions with previous experience, ideally with outdoor venues
  • Candidate should have either a M.A. in Curatorial Studies or Contemporary Art History or equivalent experience through work and study
  • Candidate must also have excellent managerial skills and be highly organized and self-directed
  • The position requires very effective oral and written communications with public speaking experience, the candidate should be able to demonstrate this through examples of published written materials.

$70000.00 to $80000.00 (Annual)

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Junior Production Manager

Friedman Benda

New York, NY

Candidate will be a proactive, organized fast learner with attention to detail and excel in record keeping and data management. Though not a requirement, attention will be given to candidates with a background in cataloguing and/or arts administration as well as familiarity with ArtBase, Microsoft Office Teams/Planner, Adobe Acrobat DC Pro, AutoCAD, Rhino, Autodesk, Solidworks, Sktechup and Blender programs.

 

This job will assist with overall Production Management responsibilities including but not limited to:

  • Entering and updating inventory in ArtBase for all program artists, ensuring records are input, all information is correct and location fields are kept up to date;
  • Ensuring that all condition reports are undertaken and callout any issues;
  • Ensuring receipt of care and maintenance documentation or creating these in dialogue with artists/studios for both internal and client facing needs;
  • Ensuring that works are documented and archived with Archivist/Visual Content Manager;
  • Archiving digital production documents and images and organizing existing production documents on OneDrive;
  • Adding/updating finance field/dates: breaking down invoices, reviewing and allocating costs with approval from Production Managers and Artist Liaisons, notifying accounting department;
  • Supporting artist accounting efforts by saving invoices, communicating with Managing Partner and Bookkeeper, making sure financials are up to date with oversight from Production Managers or Artist Liaisons, ensuring invoices are paid/statuses are updated;
  • Assisting with communication or coordinating communication about repairs;
  • Tracking and communicating production updates in support of efforts to coordinate professional photography. Working closely with Archivist/Visual Content Manager.

Salary $55000.00 to $65000.00

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Programs Coordinator - Paul Robeson Galleries

Rutgers University

Newark, NJ

Rutgers University- Newark (RU-N), an urban public research university and anchor institution, located in Newark, New Jersey, a city of promise is seeking a Programs Coordinator (UHR title - Associate Curator (Programs)). Reporting to the Director & Chief Curator of the EN/PRG. The Programs Coordinator will work on all aspects of the conceptualization, implementation, evaluation, and coordination of education and public programs for the Paul Robeson Galleries.

Additional information about the position can be found in the listing

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Collections and Exhibitions Associate

American Folk Art Museum

Long Island City, NY

The American Folk Art Museum seeks a collaborative and highly motivated Collections & Exhibitions Associate to oversee the planning and execution of a new series of collection-based exhibitions, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation and to be presented at the Museum’s flagship location in Manhattan. This new role will partner closely with the Luce Assistant Curator and other members of AFAM’s highly collegial team to manage all aspects of administrative, logistical, and financial planning for the exhibition series. The position will also support AFAM’s Curatorial Chairs and Director of Collections in managing AFAM’s diverse collections of over 7,500 works of art. 

Qualifications: 

  • 3-5 years of museum experience, or equivalent experience in another cultural/arts organization
  • Proven skills as a project manager with exceptional attention to detail
  • Collaborative approach to communication
  • Creative and proactive problem-solver
  • Demonstrated budgeting skills
  • Knowledge of museum best practices with respect to packing, shipping, art handling, installation, display, and collections care
  • Knowledge of TMS preferred

Salary & Benefits: 

  • Salary of $55-60K/annually
  • The American Folk Art Museum offers a robust Employee Benefits Plan, including fully paid single health insurance, generous Paid Time Off, and discounts on local transit passes

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Communications and Project Coordinator

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY

Coordinate internal and external communications to support the ongoing restructure, reprioritization, and reimagining of the BFA Design and BFA Advertising departments. This position requires excellent design (Adobe Creative Suite) and communication skills (both written and verbal), social media mastery, and the ability to juggle several ongoing projects simultaneously. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Assistant Collections Manager

Art Advisory

New York, NY

Well-established art advisory is looking to hire a new member of their team who is available to begin immediately for a full-time position. Candidates must be available Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm. Lunch is provided daily.

 

Applicants should be flexible in their work duties as it is a small office and teamwork is essential.

Responsibilities include assisting the Collections Managers with the following:

  • Liaise with galleries and auction houses on receiving invoices and details of art works including dimensions and packing details
  • Organize art shipments and installations liaising with art handling companies for estimates and details 
  • Create detailed checklists for installations
  • Organize framing, conservation and condition reports for works as needed
  • Liaise with museums and galleries for loans and donations 
  • Work with galleries and auction houses on consignments, reviewing contracts and assisting with logistics
  • Coordinate appraisals with in-house and third party appraisers
  • Assist with ongoing database, app, and website development
  • Assist with data entry in our database

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Artist Residency Manager

Kala Art Institute

Berkeley, CA

Kala Art Institute, a dynamic, non-profit arts organization in Berkeley, CA is looking for an Artist Residency Manager. This position is responsible for all Kala Artist-In-Residence Programs and works with artists through the entire process of application, acceptance, arrival, in-residence programming and check-out / departure. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Artist Residency Manager collaborates with the Artist Residency Team to foster creative and welcoming residency programs. The Artist Residency Manager also works collaboratively with the Gallery, Education and Community Projects programs to provide participants a fuller experience and access to Kala’s resources. The right candidate will join Kala's commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion and will be fully aligned with Kala’s vision of nurturing a place of creativity, discovery, and mutual respect, celebrating diverse artists and art practices, and building opportunities for inclusion and belonging. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Part-Time Lecturer in Illustration/Storyboarding

California State University – Channel Islands (CSUCI)

Camarillo, CA

The Art Program at CSUCI invites qualified applicants for the Fall 2022 semester to teach a course in Illustration, an online (asynchronous) course for majors and non-majors. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Muralists and Teaching Artists

Groundswell Community Mural Project, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY

Groundswell is looking to expand our roster of Muralists -and- Teaching Artists to lead and support with a variety of arts-based projects. These include: after-school programs, in-school residencies, and community-based commissions. In general, applicants should possess the following: proficiency in art-based techniques and materials (mural arts, print-making, digital arts), dynamic facilitation skills, a commitment to an anti-oppressive approach, and (for Teaching Artists) experience working directly with youth. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Part-Time Faculty: AED 211/AIC 610: The Creative Classroom (Fall 2022)

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

School Art is a self-perpetuating phenomenon that is primarily defined by policy, school structures—limited funding/space/time, large class-sizes, safety and liability concerns— and limited vision. While there is educational merit to the art that is conventionally offered in K-12 settings, many of these teaching and learning experiences have superficial connections to the historical works and techniques they reference and evidence an even greater disconnect to the contemporary issues that affect our global citizens. While contemporary art and artists continue to challenge society and shatter artistic paradigms, the conventions of school art have maintained a moderate stance for more than 75 years. In many regards these “art making” practices are presented to students as truths and inhibit their abilities to explore the possibilities of school art materials beyond their perceived limitations. So what is the relationship between studio art practices and that, which is offered in k-12 schools? As we reflect as teachers, artists, students, and parents how might we go about determining the connections or lack thereof between School Art and our individual and collective identities? How does School Art affirm or challenge who we are? How does it bring us together? How does it divide us? This course will provide students with opportunities to work independently and collaboratively in order to bridge the gap between K-12 classroom art and the infinite potential one can realize through studio inquiry.

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Part-Time Faculty: ARI 261: Painting Studio I (Fall 2022)

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

The School of Art within the College of Visual and Performing Arts seeks a Part-Time Instructor to teach Painting Studio I, a 3 credit hour course, during the Fall semester, 2022.

For more information and to apply, click here!

Writing

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Writing (Nonfiction)

Columbia University School of the Arts

New York, NY

The Writing Program of Columbia University School of the Arts seeks to fill a tenure-track/tenured position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor of Writing in the field of Nonfiction to begin fall 2023. The Program offers the MFA in Writing and an undergraduate major in Creative Writing.

The Writing Program aims to attract dynamic and dedicated teachers with a significant publication history, a commitment to service, and a potential for leadership. The position's teaching load includes primarily graduate workshops and seminars, though there are opportunities to teach undergraduate workshops and seminars on occasion.

The Writing Program faculty teach workshops, seminars and, on occasion, lecture classes. Faculty also serve on rotation to direct the Nonfiction Concentration, to oversee the undergraduate creative Writing major as Director of Undergraduate Studies, or as Chair of the Writing Program. Graduate and undergraduate teaching experience is preferred, but commensurate experience in the field will be considered as well.

Columbia University School of the Arts is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. We encourage applicants from historically underrepresented groups. 

Salary is commensurate with experience.

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Associate Director, Editorial and Publications

David Kordansky Gallery

Los Angeles, CA

David Kordansky Gallery seeks a highly motivated, extremely organized, and collaborative individual to join our team as Associate Director, Editorial and Publications. Reporting to the Director, Marketing and Communications, the Associate Director, Editorial and Publications is a critical role, responsible for editing and managing all gallery manuscripts and texts, including contributing writing as needed, and overseeing the production of gallery publications. The Associate Director, Editorial and Publications will also be responsible for building on and expanding the gallery’s publishing program, including its commercial reach, participation in book fairs, distribution opportunities, and partnerships. This position is a full-time role, Monday through Friday, and may require flexibility for additional hours based on the needs of the gallery. A generous benefits package is offered. 

For more information, click here!

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Office Assistant

BOMB Magazine

Brooklyn, NY

This is a part-time position with a two-day work week (preferably Monday and Wednesday) in-office at our Fort Greene location. COVID protocols will be in place. This is an entry-level hourly position. The rate of pay is $22.00.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Director of Circulation in retail fulfillment, subscriber stewardship, and customer relationship management.
  • Collate and distribute mail, sort, and scan checks, contact mailers to update in-office recipients, and send out mail/deliveries.
  • Manage and respond to emails to [email protected] and operate our in-office telephone point of contact.
  • Provide a point of contact for vendors including IT, internet, and phone providers
  • Oversee maintenance of office equipment.
  • Monitor office inventory and order, organize, and store office supplies.
  • Organize and maintain files, records, and correspondences that need to be scanned and or saved for administrative purposes.
  • Maintain ongoing organization of the company systems and licenses such as Google Drive, Adobe, and Microsoft Office.
  • Manage office processes and procedures such as setting up and reminding staff members of weekly Zoom meetings, keeping the BOMB calendar updated, etc.
  • Process contributor agreements and liaise between editorial and accounts payable to provide contributor details for payment

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Development & Marketing Associate

Poets & Writers, Inc.

New York, NY

The Development & Marketing Associate will be an integral part of a small team of fundraising and marketing professionals who secure contributions and promote Poets & Writers’ programs—all in service to advancing the organization’s mission and achieving its vision, which is to empower writers and strengthen literary communities in every corner of the United States.

The Development & Marketing Associate supports the organization’s institutional fundraising efforts and the administration of the Friends of Poets & Writers (over 2,000 individual members); serves as Board liaison on scheduling matters; provides administrative assistance for special events, including our annual gala; and supports development and marketing staff on a range of other activities. 

The position requires keen attention to detail and outstanding organizational ability. Database management and record keeping are key parts of the job, so a commitment to maintaining clear and accurate information is essential. This is a great opportunity for an aspiring development professional to be a part of a highly productive, fast-moving team and to gain exposure to multiple aspects of development work. 

This is a full-time position in our New York City office with opportunity for advancement. Reports to the Director of Development & Marketing and is eligible for all benefits offered to full-time employees, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a 403(b) plan, and paid time off, as outlined in the Employee Handbook. Must be flexible to work from home and in our Manhattan office as needed, plus occasional evenings and weekends for special events. 

Salary: $45000.00

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Membership & Development Coordinator

Academy of American Poets

New York, NY

The Membership & Development Coordinator is a full-time position that reports to the Director of Donor Relations and assists in work to grow the base of supporters of the organization to meet fundraising goals. This position helps maintain the donor database and our membership program. This position also assists with major donors, donor-advised funds, and special events as assigned.

Experience:

  • 1–3 years experience in nonprofit development work required
  • 1–2 years experience with Blackbaud’s The Raiser's Edge and/or Raiser’s Edge NXT required
  • 1–2 years experience with Microsoft Office and Google applications required
  • 1–2 experience with an email communications marketing platform required
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field

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Assistant Lecturer/Assistant Teaching Professor of English

Ball State University

Muncie, IN

Ball State University is seeking a full-time, non-tenure-track position for an Assistant Lecturer or Assistant Teaching Professor of English to teach four classes each semester primarily in our award-winning, first-year writing program. This position will be a one-year contract with possibility of renewal.

Faculty may also be assigned to teach courses in African American studies, English Education, literature, creative writing, TESOL, or professional writing depending on faculty expertise and departmental needs.

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Editorial Assistant: History (Hybrid or Remote)

Princeton University Press

Princeton, NJ

Princeton University Press (PUP) seeks a motivated, detail-oriented, and highly organized individual to support two editors. The Editorial Assistant (EA) will assist in the acquisition, development, and publishing of distinctive and outstanding books in history and will serve as a liaison both between authors and the Press, and between departments within the Press. The EA will take a central and collaborative role in the day-to-day management of the lists and will gain essential and detailed experience on all aspects of editorial and other processes involved in book publishing. The EA will be responsible for maintaining data integrity for all books on the lists, anticipating and contributing to the efficient flow of materials and information, and must be able to facilitate effective communication within the organization and beyond. This is a full-time position with comprehensive benefits and may be 100% remote, hybrid, or in-office at the Princeton office. PUP is a staff choice organization and defers to employees’ work location preference.

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Programs & Partnerships Assistant

Poets & Writers, Inc.

New York, NY

The Programs & Partnerships Assistant is an important member of the Programs & Partnership team, supporting the delivery of programs that provide professional development, financial support, and community for writers at all stages of their careers.

The Assistant works closely with the Director of Programs & Partnerships, the Assistant Director of Programs & Partnerships, and the Director of Readings & Workshops (West) to support, implement, and promote Mapping the Maze, Get the Word Out, Readings & Workshops, the Maureen Egen Writers Exchange Award, and other initiatives that may be developed. In addition, the Assistant coordinates an initiative to provide free subscriptions to Poets & Writers Magazine to high school students and their teachers.

The Assistant will be familiar with the nonprofit literary field, have a passion for contemporary writing, and share Poets & Writers’ commitment to antiracism. In addition, the Assistant will have excellent administrative, communications, computer, and database skills.

The Programs & Partnerships Assistant is a full-time, entry level position in our New York City office with opportunity for advancement. Reports to the Director of Programs & Partnerships and is eligible for all benefits offered to full-time employees. Note that we are currently working in the office several days per week and at home other days.

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Part-Time Writing Consultant

Columbia School of Social Work (CSSW) Writing Center

New York, NY

The Columbia School of Social Work (CSSW) Writing Center seeks applicants for part-time

writing consultant positions in Fall Semester 2022.

*The CSSW Writing Center is currently operating on a hybrid schedule, with both in-person and

online/remote hours. Those interested in a fully online/remote position should inquire with

Director Adam Pellegrini ([email protected]) before applying. Additionally, please see

Columbia University’s vaccine requirement for students, faculty, and staff.

Writing consultants work with CSSW Master's Program and PhD students on writing for

coursework, field placements, and applications. Students schedule appointments in advance and choose either to meet in person or online with a writing consultant or submit documents for written feedback. During meetings, students agree on a session focus with the writing consultant and review their writing progress to identify and develop transferable writing skills and strategies. Sessions, which last 50 minutes, are aimed at bolstering student confidence and skills in writing, while helping students improve their drafts.

CSSW follows the Council on Social Work Education’s Educational Policy and Accreditation

Standards related to diversity, social justice, and antiracist practices. CSSW courses reinforce a

critical lens on power, racism, oppression, and privilege centered on anti-Black racism, and

many student writing activities address frameworks and skills for anti-oppressive social work

practice. As such, Writing Center staff development supports an interdisciplinary and antiracist

teaching practice, informed by the CSSW curriculum and the Code of Ethics of the National

Association of Social Workers.

Staff education incorporates the language, ideas, research, and literature of social justice

education. Activities include an orientation and monthly staff meetings, observations of and by

other staff members and the director, reflective notes after student sessions, review of relevant

literature, and independent research and writing projects, all completed during scheduled hours.

Qualifications include:

  • Graduate degree or current enrollment in a PhD program related to social work, teaching, composition / writing, or other relevant fields
  • Relevant academic and/or professional writing experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills to help respond with empathy, patience, and creativity to a wide range of student concerns
  • Investment in contemporary issues of social justice and racial equity; and fluency with the language, ideas, research, and literature of social justice education
  • Experience facilitating challenging conversations on dynamics of power and oppression involving but not limited to racism, sexism, ageism, ableism, genderism, heterosexism, and classism

The Writing Center draws inspiration from core elements of social work, including its focus on

social justice and intersectionality. As a part of CSSW, the Center seeks to contribute to an

inclusive environment in which students and staff “feel safe, supported, and accountable within their individual experiences with privilege, power and oppression.” Qualified candidates from underrepresented groups and / or who have experience with and commitment to supporting writers from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Writing consultants must commit to a weekly schedule of 8 – 15 hours (min/max), to be

determined prior to the semester. Schedules may include weekday, weeknight, and/or weekend hours. Writing consultants are paid $30 per hour. CSSW’s Fall 2022 semester runs September 6 to December 21.

If interested, please contact Writing Center Director Adam Pellegrini at [email protected].

Include a cover letter in the body of your email and attach a resume and writing sample

(research-based writing, whether academic or professional, is preferred). In addition, please

provide at least two academic or professional references who can speak to your relevant skills, knowledge, and experience.

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Head Writer

Activision

Woodland Hills, CA

Infinity Ward is looking for a Head Writer to join our Narrative team for our current and future projects.

Reporting directly to the Studio Head, this role will involve a broad range of tasks related to the development, creation and implementation of narrative assets across a variety of game modes.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Craft story ideas and dialogue writing across multiple game modes.
  • Provide supportive documentation to communicate narrative features to other departments.
  • Collaborate with other departments to develop ideas and resolve gameplay problems through narrative design.
  • Assist in the writing, design and development of dialogue systems for different game types.
  • Participate in meetings and play tests to ensure proper implementation of narrative assets.

To succeed you will have…

  • 5+ years of professional narrative/writing experience in the games industry, with at least one shipped AAA title.
  • Prior professional writing experience in game development, comics, television or film.
  • Strong understanding of game design mechanics in relation to dialogue and storytelling.
  • Exceptional verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Understanding of different game genres and the unique story telling challenges they present.
  • Adaptable to the changing needs and workload of the development process, embracing and developing ideas even if they are not your own.
  • Ability to create high quality work under tight deadlines.
  • Experience with writing software such as Word, Final Draft, PowerPoint and MS Excel.
  • Self-starter and proactive.

For more information, click here!

Internships

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Administrative Intern

The Hole

New York, NY

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

Administrative candidates: 

  • General reception (greeting visitors and providing exhibition information, answering phones, running errands, etc.) 
  • Administration (assisting with updating database with artwork and client info, small research projects, preparing exhibition and sales materials)

The successful candidate will be an organized and motivated individual who will work alongside gallery staff in many aspects of day-to-day operations. Reliability and attention to detail are critical along with a background in art history and a polished, professional demeanor. This is a great opportunity to gain deep exposure and experience in a contemporary art gallery. 

Hours at our Tribeca gallery are Tuesday through Saturday 11-6pm. Summer hours at our Bowery location are Tuesday through Saturday 11-6pm, but will return to Wednesday through Sunday 12-7pm in September. Time commitment is flexible: the more days a week the more interesting and involved the duties will be. A minimum of 3 day commitment is required. Please send your resume, cover letter, and availability to [email protected]

Daily Stipend

Please send resume, cover letter, and availability to [email protected]

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Digital Internship

FITZ & CO

New York, NY

FITZ & CO is seeking a motivated intern, who is passionate about art and digital media and has a strong desire to develop a greater understanding of the contemporary art market and digital landscape. Candidates should be polished, professional, and self-motivated, with a strategic eye for graphic design, visual identity, and branding. Candidates need to have impeccable written and verbal communication skills, demonstrate strong business instincts, professional discretion, and a sharp analytical mind, and have experience creating and researching content across social media and digital marketing channels, as well as editorial media. Qualified candidates harbor an astute interest on the pulse in the contemporary art, culture, and consumer brand space. You will work directly with and help support the Digital and Media Team with the Associate Account Executive supervising. This internship offers an opportunity to be involved in Q&A sessions with team members from each department and writing and presentation workshops. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Fall 20th Century & Contemporary Art Intern

Phillips

New York, NY

Phillips is currently seeking motivated, process-oriented individuals who work well in deadline-driven environments for our fixed-term, full-time, four-month-long Fall internship in the 20th Century & Contemporary Art department, beginning on August 29 and ending on December 23. The deadline to apply is July 29.

Based in our New York Headquarters at 432 Park Avenue, the primary focus of the internship will be to gain insight into the day-to-day operations of a major international auction house, with a specific focus on 20th Century & Contemporary Art. Interns will have a chance to be trained in Phillips’ systems and research procedures in order to directly contribute to the department.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Internship Opportunity

Bridgeman Images

New York, NY

We offer an internship (for 2-3 months) in New York, currently virtual. This role will involve supporting and learning from the Content Partnerships department, which manages and works closely with our 2,500+ global partnerships, including major museums, collections, footage archives, artists and estates. The successful intern will have varied responsibilities within this department, mainly supporting the Footage Manager. A stipend will be provided.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Kids Editorial Internship

ABRAMS

New York, NY/Hybrid

The Kids Editorial team is seeking a fall intern who’s eager to learn about the publishing industry. Interns will work closely with the Editorial, Managing Editorial, and Design groups, and will receive a full apprenticeship within the Kids team, assisting with titles across a variety of genres, formats, and age levels (board books through YA). This paid position is part-time (20 hours per week) and will run until December 16, 2022. The intern can work either remotely, in the office, or hybrid.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Programs & Auditions Intern

Young Concert Artists (YCA)

New York, NY

YCA seeks an enthusiastic and detail-oriented Programs & Auditions Intern to join our team for a 5-month paid internship from August through December of 2022. 

Bring your passion for classical music and interest in gaining experience in arts administration to help a growing organization. We are looking for a skilled and dynamic intern to assist the Director of Programs & Auditions in the planning and execution of the 2022 YCA Susan Wadsworth International Auditions and our 2022-23 season of concerts in New York City and Washington, DC.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Production Intern

Ma-Yi Theater Company

New York, NY

Ma-Yi Theater Company is seeking a Production Intern to assist during rehearsals and production for their upcoming production of ONCE UPON A (korean) TIME. We are looking for an experienced theater worker/artist looking to learn more about the producing side of theater making while supporting the Producer and Director during the rehearsal and production process. Below are the scheduled dates and times for the production.

REHEARSALS:

July 18, 2022 - August 12, 2022

Monday - Friday

10 am - 5 pm

TECH:

August 13 - 22, 2022

Monday - Saturday

Exact times TBD

PREVIEW REHEARSALS:

August 23 - 26, 2022 TBD

If interested, please email a resume and references to [email protected] and [email protected] with the subject line “OUA(k)T - [YOUR NAME] - Production Intern”.

DURATION

Jul 18, 2022 - Sep 18, 2022

SALARY

25.00 Per Hour

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General Management Intern

KGM Theatrical

New York, NY

KGM Theatrical provides general management services to commercial productions in New York, on tour, and across the country. Select projects include Born For This, Pittsburgh CLO, Fly More Than You Fall, Invincible, Little Dancer, MacGyver The Musical, Rock of Ages, Heathers, and Slava’s Snowshow.

KGM is looking for a full-time General Management Intern to join our team late August through December, 2022.

What's A Successful Candidate Look Like?

  • You have experience with technology and enjoy using and innovating with productivity apps and websites.
  • You're an effective communicator and enjoy working with a team.
  • You thrive in an asynchronous work culture and able to communicate your thoughts through writing.
  • You enjoy the arts and what we do. But you're well rounded and have interests outside of theater. Do you run, bake, read or play video games? We love that.
  • You’re interested in pursuing a career in theatre management (producing, general management, company management, etc.).
  • You’re excited about the prospect of working in a fast-paced office and learning from those around you.

Salary: $15.00/hour

For more information and to apply, click here! 

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