July 08, 2022

ARC Newsletter July 8, 2022

ARC Newsletter 

Upcoming Deadlines

(1) July 11: Center for Teaching and Learning Fellowships, Columbia University (New York, NY)

(2) July 15: MACEF Filmmaker Production Grant

(3) July 31: 2023 Atelier Mondial Residency (Basel, Switzerland)

(4) July 31: QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists (New York, NY)

(5) July 31: Mintworthy Film Project Grants

(6) August 1: Anita Wetzel Residency Grant

(7) August 14: QM In Situ Artist Fellowship (New York, NY)

(8) August 30: The Canadian Women Artists’ Award

(9) Rolling (October 2022): Anita’s Way Performance Space (New York, NY)

(10) September 30: Berlin Prize Residential Fellowships

(11) December 31: Shining a Light International Photography Contest

Professional Development Opportunities

(12) Demystifying NFTs (Remote)

(13) Article: The Artist Statement: 5 Do’s and Don’ts

(14) Activating Accomplice-ship at Columbia: Working Group

Job Opportunities

Multidisciplinary

(15) Assistant Director of Academic Affairs, Columbia University Grad Sch Architecture, Planning and Preservation (New York, NY)

(16) Assistant & Companion to Elder Adult, ComForCare (New York, NY)

(17) Assistant Director for Alumni and Development Programs, Columbia University (New York, NY)

(18) Studio Manager, Chashama (New York, NY)

(19) Government Affairs Development Associate, BRIC Arts Media (Brooklyn, NY)

(20) Program Administrator, Rice University (Houston, TX)

(21) MFA Program Coordinator, Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY)

(22) Fine Arts Adjunct Faculty, College of the Sequoias (Visalia/Tulare/Hanford, CA) 

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

(24) Grades 6-8 Humanities Teacher, Glover Community School (Glover, VT)

(25) Museum Educator, The Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx, NY)

(26) Director of Arts and Cultural Programming, Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ)

(27) Program Manager, Face the Music (New York, NY)

(28) Publicist, The Metropolitan Opera (New York, NY)

Film

(29) Entertainment Brand Solutions Coordinator, Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution (New York, NY)

(30) Associate Producer, OceanX (New York, NY)

(31) Global Digital Media Studies Professor, University of California Berkeley (Berkeley, CA) 

(32) Adjunct Faculty, Writing for Film and Television, Part Time, Pace University (New York, NY)

(33) Film Events Manager, Columbia University (New York, NY)

(34) Cinematography and Editing Staff Member, AMDA (New York, NY)

(35) Assistant Professor of Instruction Media Production, Northwestern University (Evanston, IL)

(36) Videographer, Witly LLC (Rogers, AR)

(37) Assistant Editor, the community (Miami, FL)

(38) Junior Post Producer, Gloss (New York, NY)

(39) Project Manager, Forgetting to Remember: A Collaboration between Plain Sight Project and Sag Harbor Cinema (Sag Harbor, NY)

(40) Videographer-Editor, Altice USA (Yonkers, NY)

(41) Film Equipment Maintenance Technician, Emerson College (Boston, MA)

(42) PT Film TV/Film History/Criticism/Studies Instructor, Foothill-De Anza Community College (Los Altos Hills, CA)

(43) Director of Film Programs, Curator-in-Chief, Jacob Burns Film Center (Pleasantville, NY)

(44) Production Associate, Disney / Nightline (New York, NY)

(45) Full-Time Faculty Position in Film and Media Studies, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, NY)

Theatre

(46) Education Coordinator, Gogue Performing Arts Center (Auburn, AL) 

(47) Assistant Technical Director, College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA)

(48) Lead Producer, Spoleto Festival USA (Charleston, SC)

(49) Costume & Make-Up Specialist, Santa Barbara City College (Santa Barbara, CA)

(50) Foundation & Government-Giving Assistant, Roundabout Theatre Company (New York, NY)

(51) Education Coordinator, Roundabout Theatre Company (New York, NY)

(52) Managing Director, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (Philipstown, NY) 

(53) Theatre Teaching Artists, Academy of the Arts (Naperville, IL)

(54) Literary Associate, Asolo Repertory Theatre (Sarasota, FL)

(55) General Management Assistant, Manhattan Theatre Club (New York, NY)

(56) Administrative Assistant, Thompson Turner Productions (New York, NY)

(57) Managing Director, Synetic Theater (Arlington, VA)

(58) Company Manager, Irish Repertory Theatre (New York, NY)

(59) General Management Assistant, Work Light Productions (Summit, NJ)

(60) BIPOC Directing Fellow and BIPOC Stage Management Fellow, La Jolla Playhouse (La Jolla, CA)

(61) Stage Manager, Mistresses: The Play (New York, NY)

(62) Line Producer, National Alliance for Musical Theatre (New York, NY)

(63) Manager of Fieldwide Programming, Theatre Communications Group (New York, NY)

(64) Teaching Artist, Lincoln Center Theater (New York, NY)

(65) Manager of Ticketing and Audience Services, The New Group (New York, NY)

(66) Membership and Communication Associate, Theatre for Young Audiences/USA (New York, NY)



Visual Arts

(67) Full Time Driver/Art Handler, Boxart Inc. (Brooklyn, NY)

(68) Ceramic Handbuilder, McQuan Studio (Saugerties, NY) 

(69) Art Studio Manager (West Los Angeles, CA)

(70) Gallery Assistant, Yancey Richardson Gallery (New York, NY)

(71) Executive Director, Southampton Arts Center (Southampton, NY)

(72) Cataloger, Ahlers and Ogletree Auction Gallery (Atlanta, GA)

(73) Graphic Design Adjunct Faculty, Aurora University (Aurora, IL) 

(74) Visual Fine Arts Teacher, St. Margaret’s School (Tappahannock, VA)

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

(76) Project Space Program Director, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (New York, NY)

(77) Senior Administrative Assistant, Yale Center for British Art - Research and Education (New Haven, CT)

(78) Curator of Visual Arts, Wave Hill (Bronx, NY)

(79) Fine Art Retoucher / Color Printing Specialist, Griffin Editions (Brooklyn, NY)

(80) Woodworking Lead Faculty, Vermont Woodworking School (Cambridge, VT)

(81) Artist Mentor, Summertime Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)

(82) Frame Fitter, Pranayama Art Inc. (Brooklyn, NY)

(83) Temporary Studio Assistant Summer Position (Los Angeles, CA)

(84) Administrative Coordinator & Marketing Communicator, New York Art Studio (New York, NY)

(85) Teaching Artist, Scribble Art Workshop (New York, NY)

(86) Adjunct Art Professor, Contra Costa Community College (San Pablo, CA)

Writing

(87) Freelance Writer for Project, Editing and Coaching, 10-12 hours (Remote)

(88) Editorial Assistant, Cameron Kids (Petaluma, CA)

(89) Program Coordinator, PEN America (New York, NY)

(90) Content Writer, Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation (Los Angeles, CA)

(91) Associate Editor, Scholastic (New York, NY)

(92) Assistant, Prison and Justice Writing, PEN America (New York, NY)

(93) Senior Copywriter, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products (Celebration, FL)

(94) Associate Director, Brand Communication / Writing, Siegel+Gale (New York, NY)

(95) Artists at Risk Connection Senior Manager, International Programs, PEN America (New York, NY)

(96) Editorial Assistant, Spectrum / Simons Foundation (New York, NY)

(97) Project Editor, Phaidon Press (New York, NY)

(98) Associate Professor of English, Albany State University (Albany, GA)

(99) Writing Center Associate Director, University of Delaware (Newark, Delaware)

(100) Creative Writing Residency Leader, Writers in the Schools (Portland, OR)

(101) Grades 6-8 Humanities Teacher, Glover Community School (Glover, VT)

(102) Managing Editor, Conjunctions Literary Journal, Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, New York)

(103) Visiting Instructor in English - Creative Writing, Fort Lewis College (Durango, CO)

(104) Academic Director, NYU SPS Center for Publishing, NYU School of Professional Studies, New York University School of Professional Studies (New York, NY)

Internships

(105) Fall 2022 Internship, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, NY)

(106) Theatre & Arts Education Intern, Waterwell (New York, NY)

(107) Paid Studio Internship, Tony Matelli Studio (Long Island City, NY)

(108) Feature Film Program Intern, Sundance Institute (Los Angeles, CA)

(109) Public Relations Intern, Polk & Co. (New York, NY)

(110) Digital Ambassador Program, ISRAEL21c (Remote)

(111) Social Media Content Creator (Part-Time), Otherworld (Remote)

(112) Summer Internship, Leila Heller Gallery (New York, NY)

(113) Arts Administration Internship, The Knights (Brooklyn, NY)

(114) Accessibility Programs Internship, Theatre Development Fund Inc. (New York, NY)

(115) Arts and Culture Communications Internship, Lyn Winter Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)

(116) Early Career Professional Training Program- Development: Fundraising and Grant Writing, Manhattan Theatre Club (New York, NY)

(117) Technical Direction Fellowship, Playwrights Horizons (New York, NY)



Upcoming Deadlines

(1)

Center for Teaching and Learning Fellowships

Columbia University

New York, NY

Deadline: July 11, 2022

Teaching Observation Fellows

Teaching Observation Fellows are Columbia University doctoral students who work closely with the Center for Teaching and Learning and with each other on a range of supportive, formative, peer-to-peer teaching observation activities. Senior Teaching Observation Fellows help to guide TOFs in the program. This fellowship is designed for graduate students who are interested in building skills in teaching observation and peer mentorship, and inspired by interdisciplinary conversations about pedagogy. Program activities are outlined below.

Columbia doctoral students who have successfully completed the CTL’s Essentials of Teaching and Learning workshop series, a CTL seminar or institute, and/or a CTL fellowship are eligible for this program. 

TAF Program Activities

Teaching Assessment Fellows are awarded a stipend of $2,000 for the academic year. This stipend is distributed in two installments upon successful completion of the activities listed below. TAFs are expected to devote 60-70 hours to the program, scheduled around their other commitments and distributed across the academic year.

Teaching Assessment Fellow activities include the following:

  • Attending cohort meetings with other TAFs and mentors in the CTL during the academic year.
  • Training to develop project-specific assessment strategies via CTL or CIRTL resources.
  • Developing assessment plans for faculty-defined teaching interventions, in consultation with pertinent faculty and with guidance from mentors at the CTL.
  • Implementing assessment plans and analyzing data with guidance from mentors at the CTL.
  • Drafting assessment reports, in coordination with pertinent faculty and with the guidance from mentors at the CTL.
  • Consulting or collaborating on other Provost-funded teaching projects as needed.

Skills cultivated by the TAF program include:

  • Defining learning goals and assessment questions for teaching interventions.
  • Selecting appropriate assessment methods and evaluation strategies for measuring student learning.
  • Designing survey questions to measure the student learning experience.
  • Analyzing and presenting assessment data to guide future teaching practice.
  • Collaborating with a teaching team with a variety of roles to implement and assess a teaching intervention.

Teaching Observation Fellows

Teaching Observation Fellows are Columbia University doctoral students who work closely with the Center for Teaching and Learning and with each other on a range of supportive, formative, peer-to-peer teaching observation activities. Senior Teaching Observation Fellows help to guide TOFs in the program. This fellowship is designed for graduate students who are interested in building skills in teaching observation and peer mentorship, and inspired by interdisciplinary conversations about pedagogy. Program activities are outlined below.

TOF Program Activities

Teaching Observation Fellows receive a $2,000 stipend after successfully completing observation and reflection activities during the academic year. TOFs are expected to devote 30-35 hours per semester to the program.

Teaching Observation Fellow activities include the following:

  • Attending a sequence of Teaching Observation workshops in the CTL during the academic year.
  • Conducting a number of teaching observations and consultations in partnership with peers in the TOF program. These observations entail planning and reflection protocols, which TOFs execute collaboratively with guidance from the CTL. Activities include peer teaching observations, microteaching sessions, and consultations on syllabi, assignments, and lesson plans.
  • Partnering with graduate students trained as CTL Teaching Consultants to conduct structured teaching observations requested by instructors at Columbia.
  • Observing at least one faculty member teaching in a different discipline, with follow-on written reflection.

Skills cultivated by the TOF program include:

  • Hands-on exploration of formative assessment tools and approaches.
  • Definition and measurement of inclusive teaching practices.
  • Development of collegial and targeted conversations with colleagues about pedagogy in an interdisciplinary setting.

For link to TAF Fellowship, click here

For link to TOF Fellowship, click here

(2)

Mexican-American Cultural and Educational Foundation

Deadline: July 15, 2022

There are thousands of epic stories waiting to be told, and Hollywood has a history of rejecting projects with Mexican-American and Chicano/a stories or lead characters. The goal of the Filmmaker Grant, directed by Dr. Jose-Luis Ruiz, is to promote the production of such stories. Individuals already in the industry, including film students at graduate level, who have great stories to tell and need funds to finish their short film, feature-length film, proof of concept film or TV pilot before putting it on the market or presenting it to film studios, are encouraged to apply. The applicant to this grant can be of any ethnicity or background, but the production team must include at least one producer, writer, director and lead actor who identifies as Mexican-American or Chicana/o of any generation or mixed ethnicity. Grantees will have their film highlighted at the next Mexican-American Film & Television Festival.

To qualify for this grant, the applicant must submit the script of the short film, film or TV pilot and be in the advanced stages of pre-production or production. Qualifying films will be assessed by the quality of the story (culturally positive and non-stereotypical stories are required) as well as production organization and viability of the project.

In 2021, three $10,000 grants were awarded.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(3)

2023 Atelier Mondial Residency (Basel, Switzerland)

Deadline: July 31, 2022

A six month residency in 2023 hosted by Atelier Mondial (formerly International Studio and Exchange Program of the Basel Region - iaab) in Basel, Switzerland. Open to visual artists of all disciplines and performance artists who reside in New York City with an active practice of at least two years, irrespective of age, gender, or nationality. Includes a monthly allowance of $1,200 and Switzerland to New York roundtrip flight.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(4)

QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists

Deadline: July 31, 2022

The QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists will grant two visual artists 20,000 USD each, individual studio space, professional development consultations, and close mentorship from QM staff members working towards the artists’ projects. Fellows will have access to individual studios from October 2022 through September 2023. These one-year fellowships will culminate in solo project exhibitions at QM in Fall 2023.

The QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship is open to emerging visual artists living in the five boroughs of New York City. QM defines an emerging artist as one who is at the beginning of their public career. Eligible artists have completed their studies, but have not had solo exhibitions at commercial galleries or public institutions. Artists will have not yet received major grant funding for their work.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(5)

Mintworthy Film Project Grants

Deadline: July 31, 2022

Mintworthy Film Project provides a $10,000 grant, web3 education, & resources to produce your short film.

Submit a 10-page script or documentary for a short film. We’re looking for films that reimagine the future, challenge the status quo or activate positive change.

Participation in the Mintworthy Film Project program which includes free web3 education courses, training on integrating NFTs into your film, a community of mentorship, and support for debuting your final film in the Metaverse in November 2022.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(6)

Anita Wetzel Residency Grant

Deadline: August 1, 2022

Anita Lynn Wetzel was the founding spirit of Women’s Studio Workshop. In her life and in her art, she epitomized generosity and grace. Anita was a true humanist, at one with nature. In honor of Anita’s legacy, her friends and WSW are establishing the Anita Wetzel Residency Grant at Women’s Studio Workshop. The Anita Wetzel Residency Grant is a new opportunity focused on mature artists (45 years old and up) to create new work and fully immerse themselves in WSW’s supportive environment. This residency gives artists the gift of time—4–6 weeks—to live and work away from the stresses of daily life. Artists may choose to work in any one or more of our studios: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screen printing, darkroom photography, or ceramics. This residency is fully subsidized. WSW provides housing and studio space at no cost. Additionally, the selected artist will receive a stipend of $350/week, up to $500 for materials used during the residency, and up to $250 towards travel within the continental U.S. Artists receive a thorough studio orientation and are expected to work independently, although studio staff is available to provide assistance. Deep technical assistance can be arranged for an additional fee. The artist is responsible for any other expenses such as meals and incidentals while in residence.

(7)

QM In Situ Artist Fellowship

Deadline: August 14, 2022

The Queen’s Museum (QM)’s In Situ Artist Fellowship is a two-year fellowship (October 2022-September 2024) for three artists to receive rent-free studio space and an annualized salaried position at 45,000 USD per year for full benefits. Artists will develop their practice in collaboration with specific areas of the Museum’s work and Queens constituencies, prioritizing co-creation, relationship-building, research, and ambitious experimentation. Artists will also develop a solo exhibition to open in Spring 2024.

Eligible artists will engage with one of the following programs and research areas: the La Jornada and Queens Museum Cultural Food Pantry, the Queens Teens Institute for Art & Social Justice, QM’s Archives & Collection, and the QM Children’s Museum.  

Eligible artists must: have a strong record of artistic work and be committed to social and public practice. In Situ Artist Fellows must reside in NYC for the entire 2-year duration of the fellowship and be present at the Museum minimally 3 weekdays per week. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(8)

The Canadian Women Artists’ Award

Deadline: August 30, 2022

The Canadian Women Artists’ Award is open to Canadian women artists living in New York State who meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, and able to provide proof of citizenship with legal documentation upon receipt of the award.
  • Must be between the ages of 25 and 40 before the application deadline.
  • Must be a current resident of New York State.
  • Must apply in only one of the eligible discipline categories.
  • Must be the originators of the work.
  • Must not be a previous recipient of the Canadian Women Artists’ Award.
  • Must not be a NYFA employee, member of the NYFA Board of Trustees or Artists’ Advisory Committee, and/or an immediate family member of any of the previous.

Students in bachelor’s or master’s degree programs are eligible to apply.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(9)

Anita’s Way Performance Space

Deadline: Rolling (October 2022)

As part of the Space to Present Program by Chashama, Anita's Way is a covered, public stage located within the through block connecting W. 42nd and W. 43rd Streets between 6th Avenue and Broadway in NYC. The space is available for performance-based art from July to October 2022.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(10)

Berlin Prize Residential Fellowships

Deadline: September 30, 2022

The American Academy in Berlin invites applications for its residential fellowships for the academic year 2023/24.

 

The Academy seeks to enrich transatlantic relations in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and public policy through the development and communication of projects of the highest merit. Past recipients include anthropologists, art historians, literary scholars, philosophers, historians, musicologists, journalists, writers of fiction and nonfiction, filmmakers, sociologists, legal scholars, economists, political scientists, diplomats, and public policy experts. The Academy will also award a Richard C. Holbrooke Fellowship for a project that explores innovative approaches to resolving major global issues, from armed conflicts to environmental challenges to the consequential impact of new technologies, as well as a Bayer Fellowship for a project in the area of biotechnology or public health.

 

Approximately two dozen Berlin Prizes are conferred annually. Fellowships are typically awarded for an academic semester, but shorter stays of six to eight weeks are also possible. Benefits include round-trip airfare, partial board, a $5,000 monthly stipend, and accommodations at the Academy’s lakeside Hans Arnhold Center in the Wannsee district of Berlin. 

 

For all projects, the Academy asks that candidates explain the relevance of a stay in Berlin to the development of their work. Proposals need not focus on German topics, but the Academy is interested in projects that will resonate with Berlin audiences. The fellowship carries the expectation that recipients will engage with audiences in Germany on one or more occasions.

 

Fellowship candidates must be based in the United States. Candidates in academic disciplines must hold a PhD. The Academy seeks to support both established scholars and emerging scholars with strong records of peer-reviewed work beyond the dissertation, as well as writers and professionals who wish to engage in independent study. Writers should have published at least one book with an established press at the time of application. Candidates working in fields such as journalism, film, law, or public policy must have equivalent professional experience and a strong body of work.

 

Please note that Berlin Prizes for visual artists, composers, and poets are determined in invitation-only competitions.

 

Following a peer-reviewed evaluation process, an independent Selection Committee reviews finalist applications. Recipients will be notified in March 2023. The 2023/24 Berlin Prizes will be publicly announced in May 2023.

 

The application deadline for 2023/24 is Friday, September 30, 2022 (12 noon EST or 6 pm CET).

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Muhammad Ali Center Shining a Light International Photography Contest

Deadline: December 31, 2022

The Muhammad Ali Center leveraged its existing capacity to increase awareness around issues of human rights and social justice on local, national, and international stages. In 2013 the Muhammad Ali Center created “Shining a Light,” an international photography contest focused on gender equality. The “Shining a Light” exhibition opens in conjunction with International Women’s Day on March 8 every year and offers educational programming about the selected topic to enhance the audiences’ experience.

For more information and to apply, click here!

Professional Development Opportunities

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Demystifying NFTs

July 14 or 19 and July 9 or 26

Remote

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

 

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

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

For more information, click here!

(13) Article: The Artist Statement: 5 Do’s and Don’ts

(14)

Activating Accomplice-ship at Columbia: Working Group

5-week interactive working group meets every Wednesday from 5:30 - 7:00 PM (ET) beginning 6/15/22

Please register using this link: http://bit.ly/CUactivatingaccompliceship

This is an interactive virtual space for white-identified students to engage in exploration of their white identities and build community and accountability around deconstructing whiteness and white privilege to facilitate the development of an antiracist lens. Through a 5-week interactive curriculum, this group aims to begin to equip students with the time, space, and skills for the self-reflection and processing of privilege that is necessary to meaningfully dismantle systems of racial oppression from a position that has privilege. Through increasing self-awareness and centering justice, as well as the recognition of history and its impact on the present, students will build skills around empathy, responsibility in action, and interrogation of knowledges we use and value while centering compassion, healing, and vulnerable, open dialogue.

This space will not be a support group for white students. Nor will it be comfortable or easy. What it will be is a meaningful, challenging step for those who feel called in and ready to start taking their appropriate place in creating a more just Columbia community.

For more information, click here!



Job Opportunities

Multidisciplinary

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Assistant Director of Academic Affairs

Columbia University Graduate School Architecture, Planning and Preservation

New York, NY

Reporting to the Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs, the Assistant Director is responsible for providing services and programs that promote GSAPP's mission and academic goals. In addition, the Assistant Director will provide current and accurate educational information and resources, and tools to assist faculty in delivering quality programs and enabling students to achieve timely degree completion.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree and/or its equivalent experience required and minimum three-five years related experience.
  • Requires excellent organization and communication skills and basic budgeting and accounting skills. 
  • Ability to exercise patience, maintain confidentiality and field general inquiries about the School's programs and facilities. 
  • Must be able to work independently, quickly, and efficiently to serve a diverse student body.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(16)

Assistant & Companion to Elder Adult

ComForCare of New York City

New York, NY

We are looking for engaging, compassionate individuals from the arts who are interested in supporting elder adults. A companion position can require just several hours per week, or as much as 30+ hours per week.

ComForCare of New York City is a companion care agency serving Manhattan, Northern Brooklyn, and parts of Queens and the Bronx. Our mission is to connect our elder clients with outstanding companions who can improve their quality of life through social engagement, meaningful activities, and help with daily tasks that get more difficult with age. This job does not require "hands-on" care such as dressing or bathing assistance. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

(17)

Assistant Director for Alumni and Development Programs

Office of Alumni & Development, Columbia University

New York, NY

The Assistant Director will support the vibrant office of the Deputy Vice President for Alumni and

Development Programs (“DVP”) and hold key responsibilities in support of the Gift Strategy team. The

successful candidate will function efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced professional environment

while independently managing multiple tasks and projects with competing deadlines. Handling highly

confidential and critical information, this candidate will screen and prioritize communications and

opportunities from external and internal sources, and seek to organize, maintain and enhance

processes. In addition, the position is responsible for executing workflows, coordinating and drafting

materials, and ensuring the highest levels of integrity and consistency in their work. This position reports

directly to the Deputy Vice President for Alumni and Development Programs.

For more information and to apply, click here!

(18)

Studio Manager

Chashama

New York, NY

Responsibilities: 

  • Oversees studio applications, selection of artists for available studios, orientation of artists to new spaces, record-keeping, enforcement of agreement stipulations, general administration. 
  • Oversees similar administrative tasks for an office space catering to artists and nonprofits. 
  • Manages communications with studio artists concerning venue, event, program, or other situations as necessary 
  • Manages annual Open Studios events 
  • Communicates with bookkeeping and accounting concerning artists' accounts, deposits, and invoices as necessary 
  • Oversees termination of contracts and administers to studio vacancies with assistance from Operations as necessary 
  • Coordinates venue maintenance, repair and logistics with Facilities department and property management on behalf of artists as necessary 
  • Communicates and consults with venue managers where necessary 
  • Visits studio locations in NYC and Brooklyn as needed
  • Assists programs and facilities team as needed

For more information and to apply, click here!

(19)

Development Associate, Government Affairs

BRIC Arts Media

Brooklyn, NY

BRIC seeks a Development Associate, Government Affairs to act as a key full-time member of the BRIC development and operations teams. Reporting to Director of Institutional Giving, this position supports the Government Affairs arm of BRIC’s fundraising and development department. Responsibilities include assisting with government grant applications, reporting, budget management, Raiser’s Edge data entry and post-award government contract management.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Program Administrator, Houston Asian-American Archive

Rice University

Houston, TX

This position supports the Houston Asian American Archive at Rice University (HAAA) in coordinating HAAA oral history interviews, supervising HAAA student interns and liaising with archivists at the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library. Supervised by the Associate Director of the Chao Center for Asian Studies .

For more information and to apply, click here!

(21)

MFA Program Coordinator

Pratt Institute

Brooklyn, NY

Pratt Fine Arts seeks a dynamic, detail-oriented, and collaborative arts administrator to act as MFA Coordinator. Under moderate supervision and with moderate latitude for independent judgment, the MFA Coordinator oversees the Master of Fine Arts program in the areas of advising and student success, admissions, program administration, and faculty support. Additional duties include coordinating MFA program visiting artists, critical reviews, and MFA Thesis Shows. The MFA Coordinator is integral to the successful delivery of our MFA Fine Arts programs and liaises with faculty Area Coordinators in each of our four areas of emphasis: Painting & Drawing, Integrated Practices, Printmaking, and Sculpture to ensure academic excellence.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Adjunct Faculty (Fine Arts Department)

College of the Sequoias Community College District

Visalia/Tulare/Hanford, CA

College of the Sequoias Community College District is seeking qualified adjunct faculty to teach within its Fine Arts Department.  Fine Arts-related courses include:  Art, Ceramics, Commercial Art, Communications, Drama/Theatre Arts, Film Studies, Music, Photography, Stagecraft, etc.

Adjunct faculty assignments may include weekend and/or evening classes at the Visalia Campus, the Hanford Educational Center, or the Tulare College Center.

Adjunct faculty applications which meet the required minimum qualifications are kept on file for one year from the date the application is received.   

 

Adjunct faculty positions are temporary positions and do not accrue rights to tenure.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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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

Salary Range: $50,000- $56,000, depending on experience and not including benefits.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Grades 6-8 Humanities Teacher

Glover Community School

Glover, VT

Glover Community School is seeking a middle school Humanities teacher. A successful candidate will possess Vermont Middle Grades licensure in either social studies or English Language arts, the ability to work closely with team members, excellent classroom management skills, the ability to make meaningful connections with students, and the ability to actively engage middle schoolers in their learning.

Applications must include:

  • Certifications or proof of being able to obtain certifications (if needed);
  • References;
  • 3 current letters of recommendation (3 years or less);
  • Job application (www.schoolspring.com or a paper application); and
  • Official transcripts (unofficial will be accepted for the application process only, official are required for hiring).
  • Criminal Record Check Required
    E.O.E.
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

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Museum Educator

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Bronx, NY

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is looking for an experienced arts educator to co-lead an intensive teen summer program. Teen Summer at the Bronx Museum offers opportunities for young people to engage deeply with contemporary art and the museum space. In this paid, intensive program, a group of 12 teens express and discuss ideas and create art relating to issues affecting young people today. The educator will co-lead 16 4-hour afternoon sessions (Mondays-Thursdays for four weeks, from July 25 through August 18). Teens interview community members and artists and produce an exhibition of their artwork, an accompanying zine, and other art projects as determined by the year’s curriculum.

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(26)

Director of Arts and Cultural Programming

Montclair State University

Montclair, NJ

Montclair State University seeks a dynamic, collaborative leader with demonstrated success in programming the performing arts and live events for a diverse audience. Reporting to the Dean of the College of the Arts, the Director of Arts and Cultural Programming builds upon the success of the storied Peak Performances presented series, curating, marketing, and overseeing professional theatre, music, and dance as well as speakers, panels, colloquia, screenings, and other public events that engage and enrich the university and surrounding communities. Programming efforts will center on the magnificent 498-seat Alexander Kasser Theater, while other venues on campus, including a 988-seat proscenium theater, black box theater, recital hall, presentation hall, and amphitheater, will be available as appropriate programming opportunities arise. The successful candidate will embrace the full spectrum of performing arts and live events presentation and seize the opportunity to connect the campus with surrounding communities through a singular slate of programs.

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(27)

Program Manager

Face the Music

New York, NY

The Program Manager will be deeply committed to furthering music education and improving the lives of young people through creative and innovative musical experiences. The ideal candidate will be well-versed in music by living composers and have administrative experience. The Program Manager for Face the Music is the primary administrative lead for the program and oversees program coaches and conductors as well as a part-time production manager. 

This position reports to the Director of Lucy Moses School/Music Director of Special Music School and works collaboratively with many colleagues at Kaufman Music Center. In addition to being the administrative lead for Face the Music, the person in this position will support Special Music School’s innovative High School ensemble program and oversee a new music ensemble at the School. This is a full-time position and requires a Tuesday through Saturday work week. 

This role requires:

  • Experience in and passion for music by living composers in a range of styles and instrumentations 
  • Commitment to educating young musicians
  • A relevant undergraduate degree; composition, music education, or performance preferred
  • Developing and maintaining professional relationships with students, parents/caregivers, staff, and collaborators
  • Strong interpersonal skills and exceptional judgement while adhering to deadlines
  • Attention to detail and the ability to juggle multiple projects and priorities at once 
  • Excellent digital and verbal communication skills 
  • Working knowledge of audio equipment and technical needs of various ensembles
  • Experience managing ensembles
  • Working knowledge of cloud-based productivity apps like Google Apps and Microsoft Office and ability to learn registration and scheduling software
  • Working knowledge of music software including Logic, Ableton, and notation programs 

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(28)

Publicist

The Metropolitan Opera

New York, NY

Description

The Metropolitan Opera is looking for a dynamic publicist to join the Communications team. The successful candidate will be able to place stories in both print and digital media on a regular basis, expanding press coverage for the company beyond traditional classical music placements. The Publicist must have a good knowledge of current media publications both in New York and internationally, along with excellent news judgment and storytelling ability. Experience and knowledge of opera and the performing arts is essential. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Director of Press and Communications to devise and secure maximum coverage for Met performances and related initiatives across a broad range of print, digital, and broadcast outlets and social media channels.
  • Liaise closely with external PR agencies, artist publicists, and managers to maximize media coverage for specific performances, artists, and other initiatives.
  • Build and maintain excellent ongoing working relationships with journalists, critics, editors, bloggers, and commentators across local, national, and international media.
  • Draft, coordinate, and distribute press releases for Met productions and other initiatives as required.
  • Identify and publicize stories related to all Met activities, including The Met:Live in HD, the Met’s comprehensive education program, the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, the National Council Auditions, the Met Opera Shop, etc.
  • Provide relevant and informed media-related advice to artists and staff at the Met.
  • Represent the Met before performances and at intermissions to provide media with information and answer questions (a minimum of two performances per week, including Saturdays and Sundays, throughout the opera season).
  • Contribute to the smooth operation of the Met press office, including media monitoring, maintaining an extensive, up-to-date contact database, and ensuring that all press queries are dealt with efficiently and in a timely manner.

Qualifications & Skill Requirements:

  • Minimum 4 years of public relations, media relations, communications or journalism experience, ideally in a performing arts environment.
  • Experience and knowledge of opera and the performing arts is essential.
  • Excellent writing and communications skills.
  • Proven ability to work under pressure to deliver multiple projects as required.
  • A developed network of media contacts across arts, entertainment and news media.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred.

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(29)

Entertainment Brand Solutions Coordinator

Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution

New York, NY

Disney Advertising Sales is seeking an experienced professional to support the business strategy and activation for advertiser solutions. The current openings are either tied to Scripted programming or Branded initiatives and can be based in Los Angeles/Santa Monica, New York, Chicago and/or Washington DC. These roles report into a Senior Manager. The Coordinator will be responsible for helping a team on project management for advertiser driven cross-platform brand solutions within either the Specials vertical or Branded Initiatives vertical which includes content across ABC, Hulu, FX, National Geographic, Freeform and/or Disney+. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • 1+ year of marketing, sponsorship, promotion, branded entertainment and/or media at a network, cable, promotional/media agency or entertainment studio
  • Strong interpersonal skills (especially in high stress environments) and professional presence
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Highly organized, attention to detail, time management skills, ability to multi-task
  • Adept problem-solving skills and ability to prioritize
  • Demonstrate creative thinking 
  • Self-motivated and proactive
  • Team player with the desire to do whatever it takes 
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including evenings, mornings, weekends and/or occasional travel
  • Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, Keynote, Google Docs/Sheets, iMovie, and Final Cut Pro 

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(30)

Associate Producer

OceanX

New York, NY

OceanX Media seeks to create high-quality, cutting edge, and inspiring media of the oceans with the aim of educating, inspiring and galvanizing audiences to learn about and conserve the oceans. Broadly speaking, the Associate Producer will provide support to all OceanX productions to ensure their successful development and execution. This role requires enormous creativity and hyper-organization. You must be a passionate non-fiction storyteller and filmmaker with an interest in all aspects of production.

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(31)

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor – Global Digital Media Studies – Department of Film & Media

University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

The Department of Film & Media at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applications for an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (tenure-track/tenured) in the area of Global Digital Media Studies. The Department is interested in both scholars working on digital media in non-Western cultural, historical, and theoretical contexts, as well as scholars thinking non-nationally about digital media with a broad global purview.

The Department of Film and Media at the University of California, Berkeley is one of the oldest film programs in the United States with a growing interest in a wide range of media practices, industries, and cultures. The Department holds a strong intellectual commitment to innovative interdisciplinary approaches to film and media research, evidenced in the scholarship of its thirteen current ladder faculty, seven of whom have officially shared appointments with other departments in the Division of Arts & Humanities. The department offers both a BA with approximately 300 current majors and a PhD in Film and Media with between 20–25 graduate students enrolled at any one time. It is currently one of the fastest-growing undergraduate majors in the Division of Arts & Humanities with a focus on film and media scholarship, criticism, and production.

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(32)

Adjunct Faculty, Writing for Film and Television, Part Time

Pace University

New York, NY

Position Summary

The Department of Film and Screen Studies at Pace University in lower Manhattan seeks part-time, adjunct faculty to teach undergraduate classes in writing for film, television, and other media. The department is seeking instructors for classes in introductory and advanced screenwriting, writing for television procedurals and comedies, late-night comedy writing, and writing for other genres and platforms in our rapidly changing media landscape.

Position Qualifications

At least five years of professional writing experience is required and teaching experience is preferred; knowledge of the industry, a strong sense of structure and storytelling strategies, and a commitment to our bright, ambitious, heterogeneous undergraduates are mandatory.

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(33)

Film Events Manager

Columbia University

New York, NY

Reports to Director of Academic Administration (DAA) and works in close collaboration with Director of Industry and Festival Outreach to organize annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF) events, and with the Program Assistant to manage special events, master classes, and other programming for the Film Program. Provides administrative support and on-site management for the Film Noir Festival.

Responsibilities

Events Administration (including CUFF and Film Noir): 70%

  • Manage departmental events and programming such as Orientation, Crit Week, Admissions Open House, Film Noir Festival, Columbia University Film Festival, and other Film Program events.
  • Manage event budgets in consultation with DAA; route approved invoices to Business Office and Program Assistant for processing.
  • Manage publicity, communications and inquiries for Film Program events.
  • Research and reserve space for Film Program events in accordance with university policies.
  • Manage event catering with support from Program Assistant.
  • Order supplies, coordinate services with Facilities with support from Program Assistant.
  • Manage ticketing and RSVPs for Film Program ticketed events.
  • Attend planning meetings with SOA and other partners as requested.
  • Act as producer for events in Lenfest Center for the Arts.
  • Manage print traffic for screenings with support from Program Assistant.
  • Manage travel arrangements, payments and reimbursements for event guest speakers in consultation with DAA and Program Assistant.
  • Train and supervise graduate students to staff internal events.

Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF)

  • Work with the Chair, Director of Industry and Festival Outreach, Film faculty, and the Office of Communications to organize Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF) events, assist Director of Industry Outreach to create film festival promotional materials; develop copy for website and festival catalogue;
  • Manage contracts with festival vendors and venues; initiate processing of all financial transactions for the festival.
  • Disseminate information about eligibility, festival deadlines and guidelines to students.
  • Provide content for CUFF website.
  • Provide administrative support to the Director of Industry and Festival Outreach for financial processing of CUFF awards.

Minimum Qualifications

All applicants must attach a C.V. and a cover letter. Applications without these attachments will not be considered.

  • BA and/or equivalent experience required.
  • Minimum of two years related experience in event management, non-profit or education administration required.
  • Ability to function effectively in a busy and fast-paced environment required, as well as discretion, strong analytical and decision-making skills, and professional demeanor in dealing with students and staff working under deadline pressure on complex events. 
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communications skills (verbal and written) required.
  • Ability to supervise student workers required. 
  • Ability to work independently and under pressure with large numbers of people on concurrent projects with multiple deadlines required.
  • Advanced computer experience with Macintosh and PC systems, Office Suite, Internet, E-mail systems, social media platforms and other specialized data management software required.

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(34)

Cinematography and Editing Staff Member

AMDA

New York, NY

We are currently seeking to fill both full and part-time Cinematography and Editing Staff positions at our NY Campus. As Cinematography and Editing Staff, you will be responsible for the filming and editing of AMDA student film projects, student graduation performances, and other AMDA events. Also responsible for the set up, break down, and supporting the Acting for Camera classes at AMDA. Both Cinematography and Editing Staff report to the Unit Production Manager.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Minimum 1 year of experience working in a higher education classroom setting
  • Minimum 1 year of experience with narrative cinematography
  • Familiarity with Interchangeable Lens Cameras and their operation
  • An understanding of basic lighting setup and design for film/video
  • Knowledge of basic location sound such as lavalier microphones, boom microphones, and portable digital recorder (Zoom H6 or similar)
  • Working knowledge using Adobe Premier Pro and Vimeo 
  • Experience in videography/cinematography of live events
  • Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • Experience with Cannon C200 or the Cannon Cinema EOS line
  • Ability to work as part of a multi-camera team
  • Experience with other Creative Cloud Programs

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(35)

Assistant Professor of Instruction Media Production (Non–Tenure Eligible)

Northwestern University

Evanston, IL

The Department of Radio/Television/Film is seeking a full-time faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor of Instruction with a focus on film sound design. The ideal candidate would have professional experience in film and/or television sound design as well as teaching experience. Expertise in additional areas of sound production, sound art, or filmmaking (cinematography, field recording, editing, directing, producing, etc.) is encouraged, but not required. The candidate must be able to teach both introductory-level and advanced film sound design courses that address the conceptual, formal, and technical aspects of sound in audiovisual media production. Successful applicants will be able to teach theoretical and practical hands-on courses in sound design and other craft areas. Candidates should have a record of professional practice and/or creative activity, a terminal degree (MFA or Phd), and prior teaching experience. We may consider candidates without a terminal graduate degree if such candidates have extraordinary professional accomplishments.

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(36)

Videographer

Witly, LLC

Rogers, AR

At Witly, LLC, we thrive when our people thrive. Witly, LLC is a progressive training and technology company geared towards real estate professionals. Specializing in marketing and advertising, we are a fast-paced company seeking a clear, concise, and motivated individual for our Videographer.

Generally, Witly's Videographer will create and develop multimedia (audio/video) content for brand stories, internal company announcement videos, external promotional social videos, product marketing videos, recruiting videos, corporate training, and other enterprise-wide projects.

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(37)

Assistant Editor

the community 

Miami, FL

The Maker’s Lab Studio located in Miami, FL, is looking for a highly creative and experienced Assistant Editor to work in a fast-paced, full service post production facility. The ideal candidate will assist the Lead Editor with editorial projects, have industry knowledge as well as hands on session experience. They will also manage all media and video assets including hard drives and archiving (for asset library and storage). This individual will work closely with the editorial staff and post-producers to deliver content daily in a fast-paced environment.The right candidate should be an excellent multi-tasker, extremely detail-oriented, and adaptable.

 

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(38)

Junior Post Producer

Gloss

New York, NY

Gloss is seeking a junior video post producer that thrives in a creative and fast-paced environment with a minimum of 1-2 years of professional experience in VFX post production. The job involves handling the post production process from start to finish. Our ideal candidate would be a highly organized and independent individual who is skilled in creative project management. 

Responsibilities 

  • Manage multiple projects at once
  • Interpret client briefs in order to build timelines and estimates 
  • Supervise team of editors, colorists, and retouchers and assist in internal reviews 
  • Assist with uploading and pulling files
  • Ensure all work is completed within budget and schedule

Skills 

  • College Graduate in Business, Art, Design or related field
  • Experienced in Premiere and/or Davinci Resolve with working knowledge of the entire Creative Cloud Suite 
  • Very strong communicator – both verbal and written
  • Detail oriented and able to work efficiently under pressure
  • Ability to multi task and problem solve
  • Assertive with a can do attitude
  • Good eye for color and understanding of the fashion and art world
  • At least 1-2 years of managing most if not all aspects of post production projects from scheduling to budgets and client interaction.
  • Strong understanding of utilizing dropbox and frame.io for posting reviews and project deliveries.

For consideration applicants should send to [email protected]

  • Resume
  • Website Portfolio (if applicable)
  • Cover letter including description of past experiences in post producing
  • Current Availability

Please include "JUNIOR VIDEO PRODUCER" along with your name in the headline.

(39)

Project Manager

Forgetting to Remember: A Collaboration between Plain Sight Project and Sag Harbor Cinema

Sag Harbor, NY

The partners are seeking a Project Manager for this unique and

groundbreaking project. All aspects of grant-funded project activities will be managed by this Project Manager. This individual will oversee all components, continually liaising

with partners and Working Committee members, managing documentation and adherence to timelines, and preparing internal reports. The partners may seek to extend this position in some form beyond the grant terms, which expires December 31, 2023.

20 hours/week; $35/hour

16-18 months, ending 12/31/23

Grant-funded position

In-person, East Hampton and Sag Harbor, NY

(with some opportunities for off-site work)

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(40)

Videographer-Editor

Altice USA

Yonkers, NY

Overview

We are Altice USA; a family of businesses that includes Optimum, Suddenlink, Optimum Mobile, Optimum Business, A4 advertising, Cheddar, and News12. Our common goal is connecting our customers to friends and family, shows they love, advertising that resonates and news that matters. We're building a workforce that thrives on collaboration, inclusion, and innovation. We hope connecting you to a potential role is just the beginning.

Responsibilities

News 12  Westchester is looking for the right candidate to shoot and edit video for news programs, live coverage, breaking news and other productions and promotions. The Freelance Videographer/Editor will work independently or as part of a team to create pictures and sound which accurately and fairly represent the news, recording raw video and audio and turning it into finished product. Will drive news vehicles and/or live-transmission vehicles and operate production and transmission equipment.  The person in this role will be accountable for maintaining assigned equipment, including news vehicles, cameras, lights, editors and peripheral gear, initiating repairs when necessary. 

Qualifications

  • Associates degree in Broadcasting or Television Production preferred, Master's degree is a plus.
  • Minimum one year of experience in a television field production preferred.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • Knowledge in current and emerging newscast technologies.
  • Basic knowledge of news operations and practices helpful.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines.
  • Flexible schedule with ability to work nights, weekends and holidays.
  • Valid driver's license and a good driving record.

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(41)

Film Equipment Maintenance Technician

Emerson College

Boston, MA

Emerson College seeks a Film Equipment Maintenance Technician to maintain the equipment supporting the College’s vibrant analog film curriculum. Through direct, hands-on repairs, as well as service through third parties, the Film Equipment Maintenance Technician is responsible for the repair and maintenance of Emerson’s analog film equipment (16mm cameras, Steenbeck flatbed editing tables, 35mm and medium format still cameras, 16mm projectors, etc.). Additionally, the Film Equipment Maintenance Technician performs and coordinates the repair of a variety of non-film based media production equipment. 

Your Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage Film Camera Shop. Duties include: maintenance and repairs of Bolex Reflex cameras, Arri SR cameras, Steenbeck flatbed editors and their accessories, 35mm and medium format still cameras, as well as a range of film projectors; ordering and maintaining a stock of parts and supplies for supported equipment; and coordinating external maintenance and repairs.
  • Oversee all repairs by external vendors for film and photo operations equipment.
  • Perform repairs and coordinate external repair for all other equipment housed within the Equipment Distribution Center (digital cameras, lenses, tripods, lighting equipment, microphones, audio recorders, etc.)
  • Assist the Assistant Manager, Electronic Maintenance, with daily technical maintenance and troubleshooting of all Media Technologies and Production facilities, with a focus on the Equipment Distribution Center, but also including the Tufte PPC Television Facility, the Journalism Production Center, The Emerson Channel, Emerson Channel Sports, and the Paramount Sound Stage on an as needed basis. 
  • Duties include frequent moving and lifting of heavy objects.

Your Other Responsibilities:

  • Update repair and service tickets for broken and repaired equipment.
  • Working with VMA faculty, EDC Management and the Director, MTP Technical Operations, assist in preparation and review of annual capital purchases related to film and photo equipment.
  • Research and recommend external vendors and contacts to acquire specialty and custom film items as well as perform maintenance and repairs.
  • Maintain local and cloud-based technical and administrative documentation.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Your Qualifications:

  • 2-5 years of experience operating or repairing analog motion picture equipment. 
  • 2-5 years of experience maintaining and servicing media production equipment
  • Proficiency with Google Workspace
  • Service excellence orientation. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be responsible, detail-oriented and able to follow directions and improvise quick solutions.
  • Intermediate level troubleshooting skills and testing methodology. 
  • Excellent organizational skills. 
  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. 

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(42)

PT Film TV/Film History/Criticism/Studies Instructor

Foothill-De Anza Community College

Los Altos Hills, CA

Duties And Responsibilities Of The Position Include:

  • Standard duties expected of all part-time faculty include the performance of instructional, counselor, or librarian duties as assigned; evaluation and assessment of student work; and timely submission of grades. In addition, part-time faculty are expected to participate in the assessment of their performance, including administrative and student evaluations. Part-time faculty may also have opportunities to participate in various campus and staff development activities and are encouraged to be involved in the larger College or District community. Part-time faculty may be eligible to receive additional pay for office hours, additional assignments, and professional development events.  
  • Teach courses in Film TV/Film History/Criticism/Studies.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
  2. Minimum Qualifications for this position as defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges published by the Academic Affairs Division, Chancellor’s Office, California Community Colleges which can be located at the website:
  1. http://extranet.cccco.edu/Portals/1/AA/MinQuals/MinimumQualificationsHandbook2012_2014.pdf

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(43)

Director of Film Programs, Curator-in-Chief

Jacob Burns Film Center

Pleasantville, NY

Position Objective: 

Advance the mission, programs, and reputation of the JBFC across our local, national, and industry communities. Create and sustain the broad curatorial structure of cinematic programs to nurture a variety of interconnected communities through film within a versatile five-screen cinema that is also capable of hosting live performances, speakers, and panel discussions. Oversee the selection and presentation of film programs—including a wide range of independently created film series—that encourages public dialogue and discussion with guests around themes of the arts, politics, culture, social justice, science, and the environment. Lead curation with an emphasis on diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, ensuring these priorities are woven into the fabric of our film programming. Collaborate with JBFC staff to align hyper-local, community-focused programming and audience development initiatives with a broader curatorial perspective.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a public face of the organization by attending programs, events, and receptions, and interact at all levels with the public, media, and board of directors.
  • Foster and nurture relationships with key players across the film industry including distributors, filmmakers, and outside curators.
  • Serve on the Senior Leadership Team of department heads, collaborating with internal stakeholders to set mission-based goals and strategies for the organization, and develop theater-driven earned revenue and related expense budgets and forecasts.
  • Strategize simultaneously on short, medium, and long-term programming needs, overseeing the execution and delivery of the current film calendar while planning for upcoming programmatic seasons and years.
  • Oversee the strategic deployment of five screens in our Theater to serve an appropriate mixture of new releases, curated thematic series, post-screening Q&As with special guests, live performances, and family/community-focused programming, driving earned and contributed revenue for the organization.
  • Collaborate in the strategic alignment of Film Programming with Artist Support and Educational programs, and in a broader strategy to engage key film industry partners in support of our multi-faceted mission.
  • Nurture and sustain key relationships with community stakeholders and partner organizations to create relevant and powerful film programs that advance JBFC’s position as a cultural landmark deeply rooted in the lower Hudson Valley. Deepen the impact of our programs by understanding and responding to the opportunities and challenges facing our community.
  • Serve as a standard-bearer of JBFC’s highest-quality film viewing experience; understanding, researching, and advocating for presentation protocols, practices, and technical advancements that enhance the cinematic viewing experience.
  • Support the Development staff in their efforts to raise money to underwrite film programs. Join the Director of Development in select meetings with sponsors and potential funders.
  • Support Marketing department in developing new audiences, as well as amplifying themes and messages related to curated film selections.
  • Partner with Executive Director to engage and oversee the Industry Advisory Board, and liaise between the Advisory Board and the Board of Directors.

Salary range: $125,000-$150,000, or commensurate with experience.

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(44)

Production Associate

Nightline

New York, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Production Associates are responsible for supporting producers in all aspects of production including: logging, coordinating feeds, researching video, stills and editorial information.
  • Must be familiar with various media formats as well as library systems.
  • Prior media management experience required.
  • Camera and editing experience also required.
  • PA will shoot elements for stories as well as rough cut content

Basic Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2 years in newsroom environment or similar
  • Demonstrated ability to do rough cut editing
  • Strong editorial skills necessary.
  • Must be available to work flexible hours and perform duties under deadline.
  • Non-Technical Skills: Strong organizational skills, able to meet deadlines, attention to detail, work well under pressure
  • Strong interest in trends and news shows on streaming

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(45)

Full-Time Faculty Position in Film and Media Studies, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences,

Fashion Institute of Technology

New York, NY

The Film, Media and Performing Arts Department seeks a forward-looking film and media faculty member with broad interests and experience. Teaching responsibilities will include history and theory of Film and Media, as well as a wide range of program electives. Desirable areas of expertise include African-American, Latin American, Asian, and/or transnational film and media, reflecting recent trends in the field towards a decentralized perspective

The ideal candidate will be prepared to engage actively with colleagues and students in the various operational aspects of conducting a small-scale program that blends production and academic study.

The successful candidate will be involved in curriculum development, pedagogy, and program facilities and equipment, as well as outreach to expand the program's visibility. Responsibilities include co-organizing student screenings and the FIT Film+Media Screening Series, as well as collaborating with the Offices of International Programs and Career and Internship Services to develop opportunities for students.

The new faculty member will have college-level teaching experience, engagement in scholarly and professional activities, and will contribute to the department, School, and College and beyond the classroom through committee and college-wide service.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • An earned Ph.D. in Film and Media Studies or in related field(s); evidence of scholarly activity; college-level teaching experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Specialization in one of the following areas highly desirable: African-American, Latin American, Asian, and/or transnational film and media.

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Theatre

(46)

Education Coordinator

Gogue Performing Arts Center (GPAC) at Auburn University

Auburn, AL

The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center (GPAC) at Auburn University seeks candidates for an Education Coordinator position. Reporting to the Director of Education & Engagement, this position will be responsible for the planning, coordinating, and implementing of educational activities, events, and programs for K-12 students and educators, young people, and family audiences advancing the mission of the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center (GPAC) at Auburn University.

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(47)

Assistant Technical Director

College of the Holy Cross

Worcester, MA

The Assistant Technical Director (ATD) is responsible for supporting the Technical Director (TD) in all performances and events in the Prior Performing Arts Center (PPAC) and offers support to other performance spaces in aid of the Department of Theater & Dance, the Department of Music, Arts Transcending Borders (ATB) and the Alternate College Theatre (the student theatre organization supervised by the academic department). 

 

Along with the Technical Director, the Assistant Technical Director (ATD) will help train employees, contractors and students in safe theater practices and protocols.

 

This is a production position that reports to the Technical Director, offers support for practicum sections (technical labs for students) each semester. The ATD will provide technical support for all three theater department productions per year, one mainstage musical and two studio theater shows and event production. They will also support Dance performances during the year, including the Gamelan performances and Dance Concert at the end of the year, each of which require set up and strike of scenic elements. In addition to supporting various events, visiting artists, students, college departments and outside groups as necessary. The ATD will also assist the Technical Director with the daily operations, supervision of students, and administration of the Scene Shop.

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(48)

Lead Producer

Spoleto Festival USA

Charleston, SC

Reporting to the General Director, the Lead Producer is a newly created position which will oversee all artistic and production aspects for the Festival. This position is part of the Festival’s Senior Management and involves leading a team of artistic, production, and technical staff—as well as contractors—that will result in all Festival productions, presentations, and ancillary programming.

The Lead Producer functions as a chief product officer for the Festival, assuring the maintenance of artistic and production standards for the Spoleto stage, operationalizing artistic planning, and ensuring that artistic quality and direction is in line with the organization’s strategic priorities. It oversees the development of new works—from page to stage—across multiple disciplines; anticipates and plans resources to produce a successful festival season; understands and foresees flexibility in artistic programming changes; leads the creation of co-production and co-commissioning consortia; and anticipates and plans resource allocation for all stage technical and production functions. The role participates in long-term artistic planning with the General Director and the Artistic Leadership Team (Director of Chamber Music, Director of Choral Activities, Director of Orchestral Activities, and Jazz Curator) and operationalizes planning with judiciousness and strategic forethought.

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(49)

Costume & Make-Up Specialist

Santa Barbara City College

Santa Barbara, CA

Under the direction of the assigned administrator, oversee and participate in the construction, fabrication, alteration and fitting of costumes for use in theatre stage productions; determine costume and make-up requirements and coordinate, develop and implement related projects; oversee the costume studio and costume studio lab operations.

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(50)

Foundation & Government Giving Assistant

Roundabout Theatre Company

New York, NY

Roundabout Theatre Company, the nation’s largest not-for-profit theatre, seeks a personable and organized individual to join the company’s Development Department as the Foundation & Government Giving Assistant. The position reports to the Foundation & Government Giving Manager, taking responsibility for tasks supporting the cultivation and administration of grants and government contracts. A successful candidate will have a passion for persuasive writing and relationship building.

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Education Coordinator, Theatrical Workforce Development Program

Roundabout Theatre Company

New York, NY

Roundabout Theatre Company, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit theatres, seeks an energetic, personable individual to join the company as the Education Coordinator for the Theatrical Workforce Development Program. TWDP is a three-year technical theatre training program for 18-24 year old NYC residents that is a partnership between Roundabout Theatre Company and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.

This person will support the Theatrical Workforce Development Program by coordinating materials, equipment, documentation, processes, events, and supporting participants and staff. This position reports to the Education Manager, TWDP.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Managing Director

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Company

Philipstown, NY

HVSF invites applications for an energetic, creative, and community-oriented leader to serve as its next Managing Director at this exciting point in the Festival’s history. The new Managing Director will join Artistic Director Davis McCallum as co-executive leader to galvanize artists, staff, board and community in realizing the Theater’s ambitious mission at a time of extraordinary transformation and promise and will have the opportunity to shape the design and function of a brand-new theater complex. This anticipated growth includes an expanded season with added artistic, educational, and community programming; converting the new property into a vibrant community gathering place; and serving as a national model for environmental sustainability and climate smart theatrical production, with the goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2040. 

The MD will report directly to the board and will oversee the following direct reports: Controller, Director of Marketing, General Manager (joint report with the AD), Director of Development (joint report with the AD). In addition to direct reports, the Managing Director will work in regular collaboration with the Associate Artistic Director/Director of Education, Director of Production, and all other HVSF staff. HVSF currently maintains a year-round staff of 12 (10 full time, 2 part time), with a seasonal staff of 100+ during its summer season.

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Dance, Music, and Theatre Teaching Artists

Academy of the Arts

Naperville, IL

We are currently seeking dance, music, and theatre teaching artists to support our community programming courses.

 

Each class runs once a week for ten weeks. Classes are one-hour and take place on weekday evenings as well as on weekends. These courses run from August 16, 2022 - October 21, 2022.

 

Instructors are hired per class and are able to teach multiple classes based on skill level and experience.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Literary Associate

Asolo Repertory Theatre

Sarasota, FL

Full-time Annual Salary range $48,000 - $53,000

Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Florida (LORT B Mainstage; LORT D Second Stage) seeking Literary Associate to work closely with Producing Artistic Director and Associate Artistic Director.

Responsibilities include coordinating literary and dramaturgical functions for the theatre, such as:

  • Writing/editing playbill content, show blubs, special interviews, magazine articles, and script evaluations.
  • Translating the voice of the artistic vision into public facing messaging in collaboration with the marketing team.
  • Overseeing dramaturgical research for mainstage productions, The Ground Floor Series, and community engagement programs like Inside Asolo Rep and The Scoop.
  • Mentoring the Literary and Casting Apprentice along with the Associate Artistic Director.

Ideal candidates: early or mid-career theatre professionals with excellent writing skills, who demonstrate serious commitment to a career in literary management, and/or dramaturgy. Candidates must possess excellent research, analytical, and strong computer, organizational, and interpersonal communication skills.

Apply here!

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General Management Assistant

Manhattan Theatre Club

New York, NY

The General Management Assistant reports to the General Manager. The assistant has a significant role in supporting the General Manager and Associate General Manager, interacting regularly with all departments in the organization and maintaining extensive high-level contact with MTC’s most vital artistic and business partners.

The General Management Assistant is responsible for assisting in all day-to-day General Management Office activities including, but not limited to, managing phone calls, fielding inquiries, trafficking correspondence, scheduling meetings, assisting in the drafting and execution of various creative contracts and licenses, assisting company managers in the office and at the theater, monitoring all contractual payments, Assisting with union negotiations, organizing office events and maintaining all General Management files.

Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and absolute attention to detail are essential. Also required are a good sense of humor and the potential to thrive while working under pressure in a fast-paced environment.

A love for theater is required, previous theatrical office experience preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of MSWord, Excel and Outlook required.

This is a full time, salaried position paying $40-$42K with full benefits package including: group health insurance with options for spousal, family and/or domestic partner coverage, voluntary dental coverage, basic life and long term disability insurance, employer-funded pension, paid time off and optional 401(K) and flex savings plans for healthcare, dependant care and commuting expenses.

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Administrative Assistant

Thompson Turner Productions

New York, NY

TTP is expanding, with many new productions and projects in the pipeline. While the tasks below are representative of our immediate needs and expectations for this position, there is room for significant growth and learning, and we are looking for someone is eager to learn all aspects of company/general management and take on additional tasks, working alongside TTP’s full team of general managers, company managers, and support staff.

Areas of initial responsibility include:

Managing daily operations of the office

  • Ordering/maintaining office supplies
  • Training and supervising interns in routine tasks (phones, mail, etc.)
  • Preparing monthly invoices
  • Serving as backup to other assistant(s) in the office on scheduling and supporting general managers

Assisting TTP's Chief Operating Officer

  • Processing payments for TTP and closed/prospective productions
  • Monitoring and assisting with online banking
  • Maintaining investor databases
  • Preparing profit distributions and returns of capital

Assisting on productions (particularly developmental productions, but also Broadway/touring productions, as assigned)

  • Processing new hire paperwork
  • Drafting contracts and budgets
  • Assisting general managers and company managers with various other tasks, as needed

The ideal candidate will:

  • Possess a superb attention to detail and the ability to quickly pivot between multiple tasks.
  • Demonstrate grace under pressure.
  • Thrive in the challenges of the less-glamorous but still vital behind-the-scenes work of managing productions and the multiple skills and mindsets required for a fast-moving and multi-faceted workplace.
  • Follow through on all tasks assigned and clearly document complex processes.
  • Have not only an eagerness to complete the tasks assigned to them, but a curiosity to understand how they fit into the larger work of our office and our productions.
  • Be eager to learn new tools and technologies and help others do the same

This position will work primarily from TTP’s offices in Midtown Manhattan (with limited remote work allowed). The salary is negotiable based on experience, with an expected salary in the range of $50,000, plus a benefits package including group health insurance and HRA, paid time off, 401(k), and pre-tax health and commuter benefits.

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Managing Director

Synetic Theater

Arlington, VA

The Managing Director holds a key leadership role that oversees business operations within the organization and ensures the implementation of the organization’s strategic priorities. The Managing Director is a member of Synetic’s senior leadership team and will work in close collaboration with the Founding Artistic Director and CEO, along with departmental directors and Board of Directors, to help lead the achievement of organizational goals. This position reports to the Founding Artistic Director and CEO.

With a focus on organizational effectiveness, health, and sustainability, the Managing Director is responsible for heading the operations, finance, and administrative functions as well as ensuring streamlined workflows across all cross-functional teams. The position also serves as an advocate for staff resources and brings expertise in fostering a positive and inclusive work culture. This role supports Synetic’s founding vision of a vibrant artistic community, its commitment to attracting, training, retaining, and engaging staff to support the organizational mission and values, all in service of Synetic’s innovative and world-class artistic and educational programming.

Departmental oversight and direct reports include those from Finance, HR, Development, Marketing, Box Office, and Front of House. The Educational Department as well as all artistic positions report to the Founding Artistic Director and CEO.

Salary: $65,000-$85,000

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Company Manager

Irish Repertory Theatre

New York, NY

Irish Repertory Theatre, a year-round producing company located in Chelsea, Manhattan which the Wall Street Journal called “New York’s best Off-Broadway theatre troupe”, seeks a passionate arts administrator to join our administrative staff as Company Manager. This person will work closely with the General Manager to ensure smooth operations for the theatre’s day-to-day administration. Irish Rep stages the works of Irish and Irish-American classic and contemporary playwrights and operates a 148-seat mainstage and a 60-seat flexible studio theatre space.

A successful candidate is detail-oriented, collaborative, flexible, a good communicator, calm under pressure, and committed to Irish Rep’s continued success.

This is a full-time position with salary in the low 50s with excellent benefits, including 100% employer-paid healthcare (with dental and vision coverage), 403b retirement plan, an annual professional development reimbursement, and generous vacation allowance. Irish Rep currently provides a stipend to support remote work.

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General Management Assistant

Work Light Productions

Summit, NJ

The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of theater and a desire to work on the business side of this dynamic industry in an entry level position with room for growth.

Provide office management, administrative and clerical support for all company operations, as well as be assigned specific shows to assist the General Managers. Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Answer office phone calls. Take messages or field/answer all routine and non-routine questions
  • Schedule and organize complex activities such as meetings, travel, and company events.
  • Organize and prioritize large volumes of information, including contact lists, calendars and the filing of contracts, and other vital documents
  • Compile and create expense reports including coding of credit card bills and receipt management
  • Maintain all office supplies and be the primary contact with outside vendors.
  • Liaise with IT Support and be the primary contact for all office equipment that needs maintenance or repairs
  • Responsible for office shipping and postage, ordering of supplies
  • Work independently and in collaboration with office staff on special and ongoing projects
  • Directly assist the Partners and General Managers as requested
  • Handle confidential and non-routine information with discretion
  • Occasional travel to Technical Rehearsal periods and performances

Requirements:

  • Must have proficient knowledge of both Microsoft Word and Excel, with an ability to work on multi-tabbed Excel spreadsheets and understanding of basic formulas. There is a high degree of working in financial documents in this position and the applicant must be very comfortable with Excel.
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication and a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. Position continually requires demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy
  • Work requires continual attention to detail in composing, typing and proofing materials, establishing priorities and meeting deadlines. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.
  • Work requires willingness to attend occasional New York rehearsals, evening and weekend performances. Some travel will be required. New Jersey residency is recommended for this position
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, minimum of two years’ experience working in the professional theater/entertainment industry strongly preferred
  • Fully Vaccinated against Covid-19
  • BIPOC candidates strongly encouraged to apply

Salary: $50,000 plus comprehensive benefits

When: Position to begin early August, 2022

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] with the subject heading “General Management Assistant Position” along with your name. No phone calls please.

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BIPOC Directing Fellow and BIPOC Stage Management Fellow

La Jolla Playhouse

La Jolla, CA

La Jolla Playhouse is excited to announce that applications are now open for two new fellowship positions, a BIPOC Directing Fellow and a BIPOC Stage Management Fellow. La Jolla Playhouse is committed to growing the next generation of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) theatre-makers. These Fellowship opportunities are among numerous commitments outlined in our Anti-Racism Action Plan through which the Playhouse strives to reshape our organization and make a meaningful contribution to the national theatre landscape.

Compensation:$62,400 annually

Applications are now open and will close July 15, 2022. Finalists will be interviewed in August 2022. Fellows will be selected September 1, 2022, with the position beginning January 1, 2023 and ending December 31, 2024.

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Stage Manager

Mistresses: The Play

New York, NY

MISTRESSES: A New American Play

An all female cast shares the untold stories of real and alleged Presidential mistresses in this timely exploration of what it means to be “The Other” woman. This poignant piece is inspired by actual people and chronicles the infidelities which have shaped our country’s past. 

MISTRESSES showcases multiple confirmed Presidential affairs and highlights others which remain only as rumor. This new American drama blurs the lines our society draws between the political and personal, morality and indecency, love and lust. This monologue play features women whose personal narratives rewrite history.

Opening Aug. 7th at Theatre Row, "MISTRESSES: A New American Play", is now accepting applications for a Stage Manager. Production will be presented as a professional workshop.

Job Dates: July 15th - Aug 14th.

Rehearsals: July 15th - July 29th (9:00am to 9:00pm - 40 hours/wk)

Technical Setup: July 25th - July 29th. (9:00am to 5:00pm)

Tech Week/Dress Runs: Aug. 1st - Aug. 6th (9:00am to 5:00pm)

Show dates: Aug. 7th - Aug. 13th (Show times vary between 2:00pm and 8:00pm)

Strike: Aug. 14th

Salary: $3,200

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Line Producer

National Alliance for Musical Theatre

New York, NY

The Line Producer for the National Alliance for Musical Theatre is a part-time position that will report to the Festival Producing Director, General Manager, and Associate General Manager for the 34th Annual Festival of New Musicals, scheduled for October 20 and 21, 2022. Contract will commence on/about July 25 and end on November 1, 2022 (or whenever duties below have been completed and approved by management). This is a part-time, temporary position with no benefits and will be paid as an independent contractor. The National Alliance for Musical Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age or veteran status.

To apply, please send a single PDF of a cover letter and résumé to [email protected] by Friday, July 8.

Each Line Producer will oversee the staged readings of 4 new musicals that will all share the same stage at New World Stages.

Workload/Schedule

  • July-August: 5 hours per week
  • September – October 7: 10 hours per week
  • October 8-21: Full days
  • October 24 – October 30: 

The position is part-time and temporary. The position will be paid $2,000 flat fee and will not receive social security and unemployment insurance benefits. No health benefits or paid time-off are included. Payment will be issued $500.00 upon signing the contract, $500.00 on September 2, $500.00 on October 7 and $500.00 upon completion of the Festival and post-mortem documentation. Payments will be paid by invoice from the contracted employee containing mailing address and social security number.

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Manager of Fieldwide Programming

Theatre Communications Group

New York, NY

Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theatre, seeks a Manager of Fieldwide Programming to join its Department of Fieldwide Programming. This position serves as a producer and facilitator of meetings and other external-facing TCG events. The Manager of Fieldwide Programming collaborates with a cross-section of departments within TCG to produce in-person and virtual convenings, webinars, live streams, and other event experiences. The Manager, who should be based in the New York City area, reports to the Director of Fieldwide Programming and will help to conceptualize, execute, and produce events and experiences within TCG’s seasonal calendar, including managing production schedules, technology, staffing, and logistics.

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Teaching Artist at Lincoln Center Theater

Lincoln Center Theater

New York, NY

LCT’s Education Department is seeking highly-skilled and engaging teaching artists for part-time work for the 2022-2023 school year.

Teaching artists work with Education staff to design and implement theater-based arts residencies in NYC public middle and high schools.

 

LCT is looking for teaching artists for three of our school programs: the High School Program, the Learning English and Drama Project, and the Shakespeare Program.

 

In the High School Program (HIGH), teaching artists teach four devised pre- and post-show theater-based workshops from a common curriculum that enable students to see LCT performances with a deeper understanding of that play’s themes and theatrical vocabulary.

 

The Learning English and Drama Project (LEAD) Project pairs LCT teaching artists with English as a New Language teachers to work with students with varying levels of English proficiency. LEAD TAs help students develop their speaking skills and build their confidence speaking English by developing, practicing, and performing an informal dramatization of a classroom text.

 

With the Shakespeare Program (SHAX), teaching artists strive to make students’ engagement with, and exploration of Shakespeare works playful, accessible, and relevant.

Depending on their interest and availability, several of our teaching artists work for more than one program.

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Manager of Ticketing and Audience Services

The New Group

New York, NY

The New Group, one of New York’s leading Off-Broadway theaters, is seeking a full time Manager of Ticketing and Audience Services. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, the manager will oversee ticket sales operations, customer service processes and database management. The areas of responsibility for this position include both front-facing customer engagement, and data management and analysis. Due to the nature of this role, the manager will be required to work some evenings or weekends depending on the needs of a production or special event.

Primary Responsibilities will include:

Ticketing and Audience Services:

  • Manage event building, pricing, and promotional offers for all productions, live events, membership (subscription) campaigns, and digital projects through Spektrix Ticketing System and other digital platforms.
  • Process ticket sales, donations, and other transactions.
  • Manage and review ticket and customer service policies
  • Oversee the hiring, training, and supervision of ticket services staff.
  • Provide excellent customer service and effectively resolve issues for members, single ticket buyers, donors and the general public.
  • Lead customer service activity and, with the Director of Marketing, develop and review best practices for service, engagement, and accessibility.
  • Participate in successful collaboration with performance space (The Pershing Square Signature Center) front-of-house and operations staff.
  • Work with senior management and the Company Manager to manage inventory, VIP and staff requests.
  • Oversee ongoing database maintenance including database configuration, data integrity, and transactional processes.
  • Collaborate with the development staff on shared administration related to database management and functionality.

Marketing:

  • Assist with sales and audience data analysis that inform decisions regarding ticket pricing, discount offers, and dynamic pricing strategies.
  • Implement internal reporting systems, and fulfill data requests related to sales and donation activity.
  • Collaborate on ongoing audience development and cultivation event planning.
  • Manage promotional offers with third party vendors (TodayTix, TDF, Goldstar, etc.) and partner organizations.
  • Coordinate accessibility initiatives related to performances (sign language interpreters, open captioning, etc.).

The ideal candidate will have the following: 

  • Direct or transferable experience in box office and/or ticket sales operations.
  • Direct or transferable experience in front of house operations and/or customer service engagement.
  • Superior knowledge of Spektrix or similar ticketing software or databases including sales transactions, event building, campaign and database management.
  • Experience with direct reports and managing part-time staff or transferable experience in team/group leadership.
  • Demonstrated experience working with budgets and data organization.
  • Proficiency with spreadsheets (MS Excel, Google Sheets, or other equivalent software) and data reporting.
  • Demonstrated abilities to be proactive, to troubleshoot, and to pivot.
  • Excellent and comfortable customer service skills
  • Strong written and interpersonal communication skills.

The annual salary for this position is $58,500 exempt. Benefits package includes paid time-off, health, dental, vision, 403b retirement, and commuter benefit plans.

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Membership and Communication Associate

Theatre for Young Audiences/USA

New York, NY

Theatre for Young Audiences/USA (TYA/USA)

Membership & Communications Associate (Part-Time, 15 hours per week)

This position is based in New York City. 

Applications are due August 1st, with a late August or early September start. 

TYA/USA seeks a Part-Time Membership & Communications Associate. This individual will be a crucial member of a small but growing staff team. The Membership & Communications Associate is responsible for supporting TYA/USA’s national membership base (1000+ members) including communications, customer service, outreach, and database management. 

The ideal candidate is an energetic, detail-oriented, self-motivated arts administrator with an interest in theatre and a deep commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and antiracism. 

Compensation:

$20 per hour for 15 hours per week

For more information, click here!

Visual Arts

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Full Time Driver/Art Handler

Boxart Inc.

Brooklyn, NY

Fine art crating & transport company seeks full time driver/art handler. Must have a clean driving record and professional experience driving box trucks within the NYC metro area. Upbeat working environment. Full time position with benefits package that includes paid time off and options for medical HRA & FSA, dental, and vision. 

Successful candidate will be a team player with quick problem solving skills and the ability to communicate effectively with clients and co-workers.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Ceramic Handbuilder

McQuan Studio

Saugerties, NY

Permanent part-time hand-building position in a small professional, orderly and quiet ceramic studio located in West Saugerties NY. Applicants must have a complete working knowledge of building forms with stoneware. Slab work, extruding, attaching, building. A natural visual sense of balance is necessary. The work is ‘clean’ and finished, NOT loose.

Candidate must be organized and able to juggle the making, completion & drying of many forms simultaneously while able to prioritize the material constraints with due dates in mind. Physically able to move ware boards full of work. Dependable, timely & ok with dogs.

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Art Studio Manager

West Los Angeles, CA

A Los Angeles based contemporary artist is seeking a highly qualified Studio Manager. An adept visual arts administrative professional who is comfortable wearing several hats including writing and Adobe suite. Located in West LA. Possible occasional travel. Great skills with Adobe suite required. 

Job Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Minimum 4 years of Los Angeles and/or New York Art administration/gallery experience 
  • Confidently able to liaise with galleries, curators, collectors, vendors and others
  • Exceptional at organizing and proactively taking charge
  • At times High Energy, fast-paced working style with impeccable attention to detail
  • Well accustomed to operating under deadlines
  • Structured and efficient, strong proficiency in communication over a variety of formats
  • Tech savvy, computer skills and social media familiarity is a must
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Type 80 wpm
  • Proficient with adobe suite (specifically InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator,Premier) 
  • Familiarity with Squarespace workflow
  • The position requires arts administration background
  • The position is in Los Angeles, personal vehicle required
  • Must be able to legally work as employee in U.S. and at the location in West LA
  • This is not a remote position or for someone who wants to work from their home

Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in art history, museum studies, English literature, marketing, communications

and must have a thorough understanding of the contemporary art world. Strong Mac Platform, Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite.

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Gallery Assistant

Yancey Richardson Gallery

New York, NY

Yancey Richardson Gallery seeks a full-time Gallery Assistant to work closely with the gallery directors and support daily gallery operations. Founded in 1995 and based in Chelsea, Yancey Richardson is internationally recognized for its dynamic exhibition program of both experimental and traditional photo-based art in addition to other media. We are distinguished by our longtime commitment to female artists, artists of color and those from the LGBTQ community. The gallery participates in several art fairs each year and works closely with museums on acquisitions and exhibitions. 

Candidates for this position must have excellent organizational abilities, great attention to detail, good written and verbal communication skills, a positive demeanor and enjoy working with the public as well as with co-workers and gallery artists. They should project a strong work ethic and be willing to undertake both basic and complex tasks with equal diligence. A passion for and understanding of photography and contemporary art is important. The Gallery Assistant position is a great role for any candidate seeking a career in the art world with the potential for professional growth. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Executive Director

Southampton Art Center

Southampton, NY

With the departure of their current Executive Director, the Southampton Arts Center is seeking a leader who will have an entrepreneurial mind-set and skills, possessing a strong drive and passion for building upon the SAC’s success to date. In addition, the ED will be able to articulate a vision, present it to the Board, and build consensus around organizational goals and objectives.

 

Based in Southampton, NY and reporting to the Board of Directors, SAC’s Executive Director will have strong managerial skills and be a self-starter with deep fundraising, leadership and communication skills as well as the proven ability to foster the growth of an organization. The ideal candidate will be a front-facing and dynamic leader who is able to build, cultivate and maintain partnerships and relationships with key community stakeholders. They will possess outstanding communication and negotiation skills and be a persuasive advocate and spokesperson for SAC, engaging diverse audiences that include corporate and non-profit leaders, elected officials, and the general public. 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Cataloger

Ahlers and Ogletree Auction Gallery

Atlanta, GA

Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery is seeking a full-time cataloguer with an emphasis on Fine Art to fulfill the responsibilities listed below. The main responsibility of this job is to write detailed descriptions for auction of paintings, prints and multiples, both antique and modern, sculpture, as well as various other types of art. A working knowledge of artistic periods and media as well as a baseline knowledge of artists is mandatory. Additional expertise in areas such as furniture, silver, porcelain, and/or glass would be a plus.

The ideal candidate will have the capacity and desire to be an integral part of a close-knit team. He/she will be knowledgeable, educated, and well-versed in various aspects of art, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, work efficiently in a high-pressure atmosphere, be willing to occasionally work late or work weekends as necessary for timely upload of auctions, have the ability to multitask and manage shifting priorities, be able to meet deadlines, thrive in a non-traditional work environment, and be proactive in fulfilling job responsibilities.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Adjunct Faculty, Visual Arts

Aurora University

Aurora, IL

Aurora University seeks talented adjunct faculty who are passionate about teaching and learning. Adjunct faculty are qualified part-time instructors offered teaching opportunities based on course demand and staffing.

Aurora University is searching for qualified instructors as part of its adjunct faculty pool to teach in the Graphic Design program. We are seeking adjunct faculty to teach courses in graphic design across the curriculum, which may include the following courses:

  • Introduction to Photography
  • Layout and Design
  • Typography

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

 

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Visual Fine Arts Teacher

St. Margaret’s School

Tappahannock, VA

 

St. Margaret's School is conducting a search for an energetic and innovative faculty member to be the primary Visual Fine Arts teacher. This position will teach a variety of Visual Fine Arts offerings, including but not limited to drawing, painting, mixed media, digital photography, ceramics, and art history, along with a class for more accomplished students who are preparing portfolios.

 

This position will require the individual to embrace boarding school culture and engage fully in school life. The Visual Arts teacher enjoys use of an art studio classroom with a view of the Rappahannock River. This full-time, 10-month faculty position may include on-campus housing and a complete benefits package. Preference will be given to the individual who can serve as a dorm parent, living on-campus with girls in one of the residence halls.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

 

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Part-Time Faculty: ARI101 and ARI102: First-Year Studio I and II (F22/S23)

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

 

The School of Art within the College of Visual and Performing Arts seeks Part-time Instructor to teach First-Year Studio I and II, both 3 credit hour courses, during the Fall and Spring semesters, 2023. There are three open sections.

 

ARI 101 (fall): Guide the students through a series of dynamic projects to explore different media (such as painting, collage, cardboard sculpture, and plaster casting) and approaches to making art. Focus on visual language (composition, color, etc.) and introduce visual inquiry (ideation, experimentation, problem-solving, research).

 

ARI 102 (spring): Continue the visual language learned in ARI 101, but cast an even wider net of visual inquiry. Continue the use of 2D and 3D media and introduce some time-based or narrative work (such as performance, GIFs, comics, or flip books). Culminate the semester with a final open-ended art project inspired by student research done in the library.

 

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Project Space Program Director

The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts

New York, NY

EFA Project Space’s Program Director will be responsible for the planning and implementation of all of EFA Project Space’s programming including exhibitions, projects, events, and the SHIFT residency. This position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Program Manager of EFA Project Space. The ideal candidate will have experience in curating, working directly with contemporary artists, and a broad knowledge of New York’s cultural community. This position entails a range of programmatic, operational, curatorial, and development responsibilities.

 

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years recognized experience in an art gallery, museum, arts non-profit, or similar organization
  • Extensive experience in working with artists, curators, museums, and arts organizations
  • Excellent communication, research, writing, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage staff and to work as part of a larger team
  • Good negotiating skills and the ability to handle sensitive situations with diplomacy
  • Engagement with best practices for diversity, equity, access, and inclusion
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, database management, social media, and video conference platforms
  • An MA in Art History, Curatorial Studios, Arts Administration or equivalent is preferred

 

Hours, Compensation, & Benefits

 

Working Hours: On-site – 40/hours per week with some evenings and weekends

Compensation: Starting salary at $52,500

For more information and to apply, click here!

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Senior Administrative Assistant

Yale Center for British Art - Research and Education

New Haven, CT

Position Focus:

Reporting to the Deputy Director for Research, the Senior Administrative Assistant provides high level administrative support for the activities of the Deputy Director and for the programs and projects of the Research Division as well as the Department of Research. Serves as the primary liaison for the Deputy Director: managing communications, including screening calls and responding to emails; maintaining calendar and scheduling appointments; organizing and taking meeting minutes; arranging travel; assisting in drafting of reports; researching and collating information, and supporting the Deputy Director for Research’s projects. Coordinates departmental and division meetings, drafts meeting agendas, manages RSVPs, takes and distributes minutes, and assists in reporting as needed.

 

The Senior Administrative Assistant also serves as the liaison for the Department of Research, responsible for managing the department's email account and organizing all planning and logistical support for events and programs undertaken by the Department, including conferences, symposia, workshops, visiting scholars, graduate student research assistantships, Henry Moore Foundation Residency, and Yale in London, as well as a variety of outreach and liaison activities within the university and internationally. Serves as the primary contact for postgraduate and postdoctoral associates and invited scholars, organizing their visas, travel, accommodations and reimbursements. Responsible for creating budgets, tracking and processing expenses, securing venues (at Yale and elsewhere, including overseas), arranging catering and facilities, and preparing materials.

The Senior Administrative Assistant must have strong writing skills including excellent grammatical and editorial skills. Utilizes the Center's database of contact information for a growing scholarly community that interfaces with the Department of Research. Works collaboratively with the Center's Business Office, and maintains understanding of university protocols, policies and procedures related to business transactions. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are expected, as the point of contact interfacing with individuals from all over the world, including students, post-docs, deans, faculty, and scholars. Some supervision of support staff, including hiring and overseeing bursary students. Handles multiple tasks and projects; works independently; sets priorities and meets deadlines. Proactively monitors the status of projects and provides reports and updates to the Deputy Director for Research and the Associate Director of Research.

 

Dept/Section URL www.britishart.yale.edu

Essential Duties

  1. Oversees and coordinates administrative, program, and office activities. Establishes, selects, implements, and coordinates office procedures and systems. Serves as principal source of information to students, staff, and faculty on policies, procedures, programs, and office activities.
  2. Oversees, instructs, and coordinates activities of support staff. Oversees the preparation of materials for grants, contracts and budgets. Monitors expenditures and reconciles financial statements.
  3. Provides editorial support for a journal/publication. Proofreads and edits material for grammatical and factual accuracy. Tracks copy through various editing and production stages. Communicates with authors, printers, and others concerned with published work.
  4. Determines administrative, facility, and equipment needs for symposia, lectures, seminars, and conferences. Assembles and arranges for necessary items. Determines sources of data. Compiles, synthesizes and manipulates data. Summarizes findings and writes reports or portions of reports.
  5. Greets visitors. Answers and screens telephone calls. Assesses nature of business. Responds to requests for information and provides assistance. Screens and responds to mail.
  6. Formats, keyboard, proofread, and edits correspondence, reports, manuscripts, grants, and other material. Assembles attachments and corresponding material. Reviews outgoing material for completeness, dates, and signatures. Composes substantive correspondence and written material.
  7. Coordinates travel arrangements. Schedules and coordinates meetings and appointments. Orders and maintains inventory of supplies. Takes minutes or dictation. Performs additional functions incidental to office activities.

Required Education and Experience

Six years of related work experience, four of them in the same job family at the next lower level, and high school level education; or four years of related work experience and an Associates degree; or little or no work experience and a Bachelor's degree in a related field; or an equivalent combination of experience and education.

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Curator of Visual Arts

Wave Hill

Bronx, NY

The Curator of Visual Arts works as an integral member of the Arts team, organizing contemporary art exhibitions in Wave Hill’s galleries and throughout the garden, while exploring a dialogue between nature, culture, and site. This position reports to the Director of Arts & Chief Curator and works with the Performing Arts Curator, Curatorial Assistant, Gallery Greeters and other Wave Hill staff. 

The ideal candidate will have experience working directly with contemporary artists (with a focus on emerging artists), a broad knowledge of New York’s cultural community, passion for the interconnection between art and nature, enthusiasm for communicating about art to a broad spectrum of people, superior interpersonal skills, excellent follow-through, and an ability to manage multiple details and deadlines.

Requirements: 

  • At least 6 years professional experience in a curatorial setting 
  • Excellent communication, research, writing, public speaking, and editorial skills 
  • Experience working with emerging artists, museums, and arts organizations 
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite, databases, social media, and video conference platforms 
  • The successful candidate must be well organized, detail-oriented, team-oriented, self-motivated, and able to manage budgets and schedules 
  • A valid driver’s license is preferred.

Recommended Education: MA in Art History, Curatorial Studies, Arts Administration or equivalent 

Salary: $58K-60K, this is a permanent, full-time position with excellent benefits. Schedule includes occasional evenings and weekends

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Fine Art Retoucher / Color Printing Specialist

Griffin Editions

Brooklyn, NY

Griffin Editions is a Brooklyn based company that offers photographic printing, mounting, and framing services for museums, galleries, and high-profile artists from around the world.

We are looking for an experienced retoucher who has an understanding and mastery of photoshop, plus a good understanding of color management and color theory. The retoucher works closely with various clients to edit files for printing in various photographic media. Must be able to establish and maintain excellent relationships with clients while interpreting and implementing aesthetic directions throughout the printing process — from proofing to achieving a final print. 

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Rigorously follow complex workflows and work within a team of producers and technicians.
  • Work well with our Digital team with effective communication and organizational skills in a fast-paced work environment.
  • This is not a commercial retouching job but requires a retoucher’s skills and a good eye for color and the ability to assess/interpret photographic prints in discussion with artists and clients.
  • Requires excellent time management skills, team work, ability to pivot with evolving priorities, creative problem solving.

Requirements:

  • Print handling skills and familiarity with various photographic media (various inkjet and C-print papers, silver gelatin, dye sublimation)
  • Expert file management skills 
  • Attention to detail 

General knowledge of photography