ARC Newsletter 10/07/22
(1) October 11: Fulbright-Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship
(2) October 28: Artists Association of Nantucket’s Artists Residency
(3) November 1: Richard Rodgers Award
(4) November 1: Engaging Artists Fellowship
(5) November 7: University Life’s Social Justice Mini-Grant Program
(6) November 23: Artist Studio Program 2023-24
(7) December 31: The Blue-White Dot Short Story Writing Competition
(8) January 31: Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship
Professional Development Opportunities
(9) Columbia University Entertainment: A Conversation with NYT Bestselling Authors
(10) Colloquy: Translators in Conversation
(11) Marketing & Communications Manager, Young People’s Chorus of New York City (New York, NY)
(12) Cultural Director, Magnum Photos New York (New York, NY)
(13) Administrative Coordinator, Chelsea Factory (New York, NY)
(14) Social Media Manager, Seaview (New York, NY)
(15) Communications Manager, ESPN (Los Angeles, CA)
(16) Assistant Director of Strategic Donor Relations and Stewardship, Columbia University (New York, NY)
(17) The Assistant Director of Philanthropy & Donor Engagement, Wave Hill (Bronx, NY)
(18) Director of Marketing and Communications, Wave Hill (New York, NY)
(19) Office Manager, Wellesley College (Wellesley, MA)
(20) Image Archivist, Calder Foundation (New York, NY)
(21) Assistant Director of English Language Support, Brown University (Providence, RI)
(22) Assistant Professor of Film Studies, Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY)
(23) Film and Video Production Lecturer Pool, University of California, Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, CA)
(24) Assistant Editor - Avid, Nickelodeon Animation (Burbank, CA)
(25) Creative Producer, TEGNA (Sacramento, CA)
(26) Video Production Specialist, New Relic, Inc. (San Francisco, CA)
(27) Media Production Faculty, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)
(28) Video Producer, HireArt (San Diego, CA)
(29) Digital Experiences Producer, Disney (Glendale, CA)
(30) International Serving Specialist, Lionsgate (Santa Monica, CA)
(31) Assistant Editor, Soapbox Films (Burbank, CA)
(32) Assistant Professor of Communication and Theater, DePauw University (Greencastle, IN)
(33) Assistant Professor in Performance Studies/Theory and Criticism/History, Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY)
(34) Assistant Director of Production, Seattle Rep (Seattle, WA)
(35) Artistic Associate, Shakespeare Theater Company (Washington, DC)
(36) Artistic Programing Associate, The New Victory Theater (New York, NY)
(37) Assistant/Associate Professor of Lighting Design, Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ)
(38) Assistant/Associate Professor of Theatre Studies, Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ)
(39) Production Stage Manager, Virgin Voyages (Miami, FL)
(40) Instructor in Theatre Production and Management, Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY)
(41) Manager of Professional Development, Pace University (New York, NY)
(42) Assistant Professor Theatre, Lewis and Clark College (Portland, OR)
(43) Public Art Production Program Director, Beam Center (Brooklyn, NY)
(44) Artist Relations Lead, 0xBELISK (New York, NY)
(45) Studio Assistant, Donald Sultan Studio (New York, NY)
(46) Assistant to Gallery Owner, Art Gallery in Downtown New York (New York, NY)
(47) Department Chair for Visual Arts, California State University, Fullerton (Fullerton, CA)
(48) Dean and Deputy Director of the School, International Center of Photography (New York, NY)
(49) Studio Production Assistant, Bone Simple Design (Long Island City, NY)
(50) Business Development Associate, The Fine Art Group (Hybrid: New York, NY)
(51) Assistant to the Directors, 303 Gallery, Inc. (New York, NY)
(52) Gallery Manager, Graham Shay 1857 (New York, NY)
(53) Professor of Creative Writing and Director of Program in Creative Writing, University of Chicago (Chicago, IL)
(54) Assistant Professor in English, Skidmore College (New York, NY)
(55) Production Editor, Poets & Writers Magazine (New York, NY)
(56) Copywriter, Hulu (Santa Monica, CA)
(57) Writer, Grande & Leonard Creative (New York, NY)
(58) Assistant Professor of Creative Nonfiction, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC)
(59) Lecturer of Fiction, Yale University (New Haven, CT)
(60) Tenure Track Faculty of Creative Writing, Utah Valley University (Orem, UT)
(61) Surfacing Intern, Dreamworks (Glendale, CA)
(62) Spring 2023 Assignment Desk Intern, ABC7 (Glendale, CA)
(63) Spring 2023 Television Unscripted Content Internship, Disney (Burbank, CA)
(64) Fall 2022 Internships, Nederlander Producing Company of America, Inc. (New York, NY)
Fulbright-Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship
Deadline: October 11, 2022
In 2019, we started a partnership with the Fulbright program. Applicants interested in the Fulbright-HHW Scholarship must meet the criteria of both the Fulbright program and FEU (the FEU HHW requirements are linked above). The Fulbright-HHW deadline is October 11th. The application must be sent via Fulbright’s website.
Please note that it is not possible to apply for both the Fulbright-HHW and the HHW Scholarship.
Artists Association of Nantucket’s Artists Residency
Deadline: October 28, 2022
The Nantucket AIR program awards residencies for artists to become part of our dynamic year round art community. We invite our residents to reflect, restore and revitalize their art practice as they explore Nantucket’s natural beauty and engage with our island artists.
We offer a range of residencies to visual artists in terms of funding, duration, and season. Residents are encouraged to share their work through workshops, slide presentations, demonstrations, and exhibitions. Artists selected for this program are at all stages in their careers in painting and drawing, printmaking, ceramics, digital arts, and crafts.
Richard Rodgers Award
Deadline: November 1, 2022
The Richard Rodgers Awards were created and endowed by Richard Rodgers in 1978 for the development of the musical theater. These awards subsidize full productions, studio productions, and staged readings by nonprofit theaters in New York City of works by composers and writers who are not already established in this field. The winners are selected by a jury of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The Richard Rodgers Awards are the only awards for which the Academy accepts applications.
- REQUIREMENTS AND ELIGIBILITY
- The term "musical theater" is understood to include musicals, plays with songs, thematic revues, or any comparable work. The submission of innovative and experimental work is encouraged. The work submitted must be of significant length to fill an evening; it may consist of a group of smaller, related pieces.
- The jury will consider only completed works. Care should be taken to submit the work in its best possible form as it may not be submitted again, in another year, even if substantially revised.
- Only one submission by a collaborative group or a sole creator will be accepted per year.
- All applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
- Works by members of the Academy and previous winners of the full production awards are not eligible for consideration. Former winners of Richard Rodgers awards for staged readings or studio productions may submit new works.
- An applicant whose works in the musical theater have received professional or amateur productions in New York City or out of town is eligible unless, in the judgment of the jury, the applicant has already achieved significant recognition in the field of musical theater through the work submitted or through any previous work. Under special circumstances and at the discretion of the jury, applicants who have achieved recognition in fields outside the musical theater may be eligible. Works which have been produced by professional theater companies before a paying audience are eligible only if such productions received no more than 21 performances by a for- profit company or 50 performances by a nonprofit company.
- SUBMISSION OF MATERIAL
- The name(s) of the author(s) must not appear on any of the items submitted, with the exception of the application form. Include only the title of the work on the script and plot summary. Please be sure author names are not included in music file metadata.
- Entry must include:
- a) Script with lyrics, in PDF format.
- b) Half-page synopsis of the action and a list of characters, in PDF format.
- c) A separate track sheet (PDF) of recorded songs with page numbers indicating where they appear in the script and specifying the total number of minutes recorded.
- d) At least 45 minutes of music, including a minimum of eight songs. Orchestrations are not necessary; piano and vocals are sufficient. Songs must be numbered in sequence (e.g. 01 Song Title.mp3) and each song’s lyrics clearly typed into the script where it appears. Tracks must be uploaded in the order they appear in the script.
- e) Application form signed by all collaborators (see below). Applicants submitting work that has already been produced must give full information concerning these productions, including programs. A work is not eligible if one of the collaborators is deceased.
- f) If applicable, a statement of intent declaring how the applicants would use the award if their musical is a winner. If the piece is already attached to producers or a theater, even if tentative, these associations must be declared here.
- If the submitted work (or a portion thereof) is an adaptation of material which is not in the public domain, candidates must submit licenses, permissions, or authorizations necessary to permit the work to be produced in conformity with applicable copyright laws. The music must be original.
- Applicants will be notified of the jury's decision by March 2023.
Engaging Artists Fellowship
Deadline: November 1, 2022
More Art’s year-long (January to January) Engaging Artists Fellowship is designed to help emerging NYC artists and community organizers develop and sustain a socially engaged and public art practice. The Fellowship program curriculum includes mentorship, peer networking, access to programming opportunities in New York City, and workshops and artist talks tailored to the interests/needs of the cohort. The infrastructure and laboratory provided by More Art allow selected emerging and underrepresented artists to gain a deeper understanding of the history and vitality of public and socially engaged art and encourage artists to expand and develop social practice.
What to expect:
The program is a hybrid model, including some in-person events and some virtual.
Each Fellow will receive monthly 1-to-1 individualized mentorship sessions with More Art staff. Additionally, the Fellowship Leader will facilitate monthly writing workshops and open studios, tailored to the practices and needs of the cohort. The program will culminate in final presentations by each Fellow, public or otherwise, of or about work developed over the course of the program. At the end of the year, Fellows can expect to receive a small stipend of at least $250 each (each member of a collective will receive a stipend) to be used for expenses related to their practice. Fellows can also expect to spend 15 hours per month on average on More Art-related work.
Some topics covered in previous workshops include:
- History of Public Art
- Education for and history of Socially Engaged Art (SEA)
- Step-by-step Guide to Creating Socially Engaged Public Art
- Equitable practices and ethics to consider for SEA
Who can apply?
The Engaging Artists Fellowship offers insights and strategies to collaborate with communities, rebuild and shape our society, and build sustainable careers. More Art welcomes applications from NYC artists of all disciplines, including but not limited to: visual artists, performers, choreographers, musicians, designers, and new media artists. Currently enrolled undergraduate students may not apply. Collective applications are welcome. An interest in socially engaged practice is crucial.
- Interest in More Art’s work and eagerness to learn (no prior experience in public art or socially engaged art necessary!)
- Willingness to present, support, and attend work produced in community and public settings, as opposed to galleries and museums
- Strong commitment to More Art’s values, including but not limited to social justice and public engagement, inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility, and collaboration
- Commitment to intersectional thinking and artmaking
- Willingness to act with care and respect toward all collaborators, including More Art staff, other Fellows, and community members
- Eagerness to contribute to a nurturing environment with and for Fellows
- Interest in establishing and/or sustaining partnerships with community-based organizations, advocacy groups, agencies, neighborhoods, places, individuals and/or groups of New Yorkers
- Belief that art and artists are integral to empowering social justice movements by creatively illuminating social issues, engaging new audiences in activism, and catalyzing public discourse
- Over 18 years of age
- Not enrolled in a degree program during the time of the Fellowship
- NYC-based during the time of Fellowship
- We ask that Fellows not commit to more than 2 other residencies and/or fellowships during their Fellowship year with More Art to avoid scheduling conflicts and spreading oneself too thin
- fellowship output + expectations.
Over the course of the Fellowship year, Fellows are expected to:
- Develop a Theory (or theories!) of Change, with help from the Fellowship Leader
- Develop a set of individualized goals for the Fellowship year
- Develop a final presentation (public, or otherwise), with assistance from More Art staff, of or about the work you’ve developed during the More Art Fellowship
- Attend monthly 1-to-1 individualized mentorship meetings with More Art staff
- Attend monthly in-person and virtual workshops/artist talks
University Life’s Social Justice Mini-Grant Program
Deadline: November 7, 2022
To receive funding through the Social Justice Mini-Grant Program, your project should address one or more of the following goals:
Provide opportunities for students at Columbia to explore and understand the sources and consequences of inequities and injustices in our societies.
Improve students’ ability to advocate for social justice effectively.
Increase understanding of the intersectional dynamics of oppression.
Strengthen the campus culture of inclusion and belonging at Columbia.
In addition, the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life supports projects that focus in some significant way on the intersection of race and racism, and issues connected to religion, belief and/or secularism.
Grantees will be featured on University Life's website, social media and will receive support in planning and marketing their funded events and/or programs. They will also be invited to participate in an end-of-year roundtable event open to all students.
Funding awards will range from $50 to $1,500.
- All currently enrolled students at Columbia’s 17 schools are eligible to apply
- Students from affiliate schools are not eligible to apply as the primary recipient, however, they can be part of a group. Affiliate schools include Union Theological Seminary, Jewish Theological Seminary, Barnard College and Teachers College.
- Projects must be student-initiated and completed by April 30, 2023.
- Existing projects will be considered.
- Candidates may apply individually or as a team
- Previous grantees of this program may apply with a new project. However, they are not eligible for additional funding for their original project.
- Focus on the Columbia University community
- Address at least one program goal
- All event-related projects must receive a review, in which University Life staff and other campus partners will evaluate the details of the proposed student event to ensure proper coordination and planning.
- In addition, event-based projects must be free and open to all Columbia students.
- September 6, 2022: Grant Applications Opens
- September-October 2022: Information Sessions hosted by University Life
- November 7, 2022: Grant Applications Due
- December 2022: Recipients Announced
- April 30, 2023: Recipient’s projects or events completed
The Blue-White Dot Short Story Writing Competition
Deadline: December 31, 2022
Join The Blue-White Dot Short Story Writing Competition to embark on a literary journey towards achieving the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)!
Write a 2,500-3,500 word fictional story centred around themes in the 17 SDGs and stand a chance to get published and earn royalties.
Entry is free and open to all aspiring authors.
Submission closes on 31 December 2022.
Eligibility: Entry is free and open to all aspiring writers.
- Story must be written in English.
- Story must be fictional and can be of any fictional genre.
- Story must be original, unpublished, and does not infringe the intellectual property, privacy and other rights of any third party.
- Story must be between 2,500 and 3,500 words in length.
- Story must not be accompanied by any image/illustration/sketch/photograph/diagram/graph.
- Story must be appropriate for a general audience and does not include content that is libellous, defamatory, obscene, indecent, harassing or threatening.
- Story must be submitted via the official Submission Form. Submissions by any other means will not be accepted.
- Story must be submitted in a format that is Microsoft Word compatible.
- If a story has multiple writers, only the details of the primary author are required for submission purposes.
- Competition closes on 31 December 2022.
- Story is well written, authentic and creative.
- Story embodies the idea behind or the message underlying any of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
- Story showcases sustainable behaviour, technologies, practices or ideas, and/or illustrates solutions to sustainability issues/conflicts.
- Decision reached by the independent panel of judges is final. No appeals or disputes will be entertained.
Prize: Winning stories will be published in an anthology by Sunway University Press. Sunway University Press reserves the right to publish the anthology in any format deemed suitable.
Winners will receive royalties from the sale of the publication, if any.
Winners will receive five free copies of the publication.
Publication: Sunway University Press reserves the right to publish and/or make available to the public the winning stories after the winners are announced.
Copyright in the winning stories will be assigned and transferred to Sunway University Press for the purposes of publishing, republishing, transmitting, printing, selling, distributing, advertising, promoting, and licensing the stories for publication.
Personal Data Collection: The personal data collected will be processed by Sunway University Press to administer the participation of writers for the purpose of this competition.
By participating in this competition, writers give consent to Sunway University Press to use the information for its purposes. Sunway University Press will take the appropriate measures needed to ensure security and confidentiality of the personal data provided.
Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship
Deadline: January 31, 2022
A maximum of 4 scholarships are awarded to American students in a Master’s or above in the fields of fine arts (painting, graphic design, printing, sculpture, photography, cinema) and music (composition, instrument or vocal performance). The scholarship is not available to students in art history, musicology, dance, or theater.
To apply, candidates must:
- Have American citizenship
- Be from 21 to 30 years old
- Have a diploma from an American University or trade school. Preference will be given to students at an advanced level of study.
- Demonstrate a high artistic level
- Propose a detailed and original artistic project related to their field of study that requires a minimum stay of one year in Paris.
- The project must include registration in a recognized French Art or Music school, or in certain cases, affiliation with a school and/or a mentor or professor can be accepted. It is strongly recommended that candidates contact a professor or school before arriving in France.
- Demonstrate personal qualities and adaptability to community life
- Demonstrate a desire to actively participate in cultural life at the FEU
- Submit a complete application before the deadline: January 31.
Awarded annually, the scholarship amounts to 10,000€/year and a reservation of a personal room at the FEU during the academic year (October-June). The Scholars actively participate in the community and cultural life of the FEU.
Documents to submit for Artists and Musicians
- The form for the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship, download here. Please sign electronically or print, sign, and scan.
- A passport-sized photo to be used on the form and sent in JPEG format.
- A detailed resume.
- A detailed presentation of your project specifying the French institution or teacher you plan to work with.
- It is strongly recommended to include a letter of admission to a French institution, or in some cases, a letter of from a mentor or professor. For the visual arts, a letter of affiliation. A letter from a mentor may be accepted if the project involves only personal artistic work. Please note that it is easier to obtain a student Visa by registering at a French institution.
- A certificate of proficiency in French signed by a qualified French teacher. If your level of French is low, you must demonstrate your willingness to complete your studies by taking French courses before your arrival. It is also recommended that you take classes once you arrive.
- Three letters of recommendation on letterhead from professors knowledgeable about the candidate’s skills, artistic qualities and accomplishments. Letters should be sent directly by e-mail by the referees.
- Copies of original transcripts from all institutions of higher education attended by the candidate. A high-definition color scan is acceptable the first time the application is submitted.
- Examples of the candidate’s work. In visual arts, an electronic file of recent work. For musicians, a minimum of 15 minutes of at least three pieces in contrasting styles. Videos are strongly encouraged (including web links).
- A simple medical certificate confirming the candidate’s general good health. Successful candidates will be required to provide proof of health insurance prior to arrival.
- Proof of citizenship, i.e. a color scan of your passport.
Artist Studio Program 2023-24
Deadline: November 23, 2022
Overview and Studios
The Artist Studio Program was launched in 2000 in response to the crisis of available affordable space for artists living and working in New York City. The program provides six eligible artists working in all visual arts media a free private studio space accessible 24/7 and a fellowship (dependent on funding). The 2032-2024 program begins September 1, 2023 and ends August 15, 2024. The studios are located on the lower level of our building at 92 Plymouth Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn and range in size from 250 to 300 square feet. The program does not provide living space.
Artists have access to shared facilities that include: a digital production lab, including a set of 27″ iMac workstations professionally configured for video and graphics editing, calibrated monitors, HD projector, stereo monitor speakers, flatbed film scanners, a wide-format photo printer, a color laser printer, and wireless internet access; a fabrication shop including table saw, bandsaw, drill press, belt-sander and welding equipment. Our staff is on-hand to provide technical support and to respond to the studio needs of our resident artists.
Open Studios and Studio Visitors
Smack Mellon hosts two Open Studio events annually, as well as sponsored visits from curators, critics, and gallerists, which provide significant exposure and invaluable career-building opportunities. In addition to monthly studio hours, artists are expected to help at Smack Mellon’s benefit the first weekend in May and make themselves available for studio visits with school groups and other tour groups outside of Open Studio event hours.
Artists who are accepted into the program must be prepared to actively use their studio a minimum of 50 hours a month or they will lose it. Not all studios have windows. Artists will not be permitted to choose their studio. Please also note that due to the possibility of flooding in our basement studios, we strongly recommend that artists keep anything valuable off the floor at all times; therefore artists accustomed to working on the floor should think carefully about whether our studios will meet their needs.
Application and Selection Process
To apply to the 2023-2024 season, visit our Submittable page. Please review the eligibility and application guidelines carefully before beginning your application. Each year, Smack Mellon convenes a panel of arts professionals to select the artists from over 600 applicants. A group of finalists who are not selected for the Studio Program are featured on our Hot Picks page for one year.
Please note that Smack Mellon’s Studio Program primarily supports emerging and early career artists. We define an emerging artist as one who is at the beginning of their public artistic career and would greatly benefit from the opportunities we provide, such as regular studio visits with New York City curators, public open studio events, and free studio space. Artists may have some experience participating in group shows, solo shows at lesser-known art spaces, some press recognition, and/or are recent graduates of BFA or MFA programs. We do not consider artists emerging if they have had solo exhibitions at widely recognized galleries or institutions; already received consistent production opportunities, awards, and press; and/or if they have 10 years or more of consistent public experience as an artist. Age is not a determining factor. We understand the ambiguity of some of these terms, but hope they offer insight into our selection considerations.
Professional Development Opportunities
Columbia University Entertainment: A Conversation with NYT Bestselling Authors
November 1st, 2022
Join New York Times bestselling authors, Soman Chainani ‘08SOA and Abigail Hing Wen '04LAW for a candid conversation. The chat will delve into their road to publishing, their creative process, and adapting their books from page to screen. Moderated by Katherine Chang (President of CUE) and Austen Rachlis (CUE Board Member), the Zoom will include an Audience Q&A.
Colloquy: Translators in Conversation
Sat, October 8, 2022, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
Unnameable Books 615 Vanderbilt Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11238
Please join us for the first installment of Colloquy: Translators in Conversation, with readings and discussion from Jennifer Grotz, Piotr Sommer, Maria Borio, and Danielle Pieratti, moderated by World Poetry editor Matvei Yankelevich and Colloquy curator Catherine Fisher.
Colloquy is a new event series presented by World Poetry Books in collaboration with Montez Press Radio and partnering bookstores which invites translators to engage with live audiences in an exploration of the art of translation.
Marketing & Communications Manager
Young People’s Chorus of New York City
New York, NY
The Young People’s Chorus of New York City is seeking a Marketing & Communications Manager who can play an integral role as we continue to help thousands of youth from all backgrounds reach their highest potential through music and educational programs. A successful candidate can both offer strong project management and digital production skills, and enjoy working closely with marketing and publicity teams. The marketing manager is responsible for coordinating and supporting the marketing and publicity teams on communication campaigns, concerts and fundraisers, while focusing on the daily marketing and communications operations.
Who We Are:
The Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC) is a multicultural youth chorus internationally renowned for its superb virtuosity, brilliant showmanship, and innovative model of diversity. Founded by Artistic Director Francisco J. Núñez, a MacArthur Fellow and Musical America’s 2018 Educator of the Year, YPC’s mission and values are deeply rooted in providing children of all cultural and economic backgrounds with a unique program of music education and choral performance. YPC is committed to empowering our youth and providing pathways to success through the arts so that each child, no matter what race, gender, socioeconomic background, or religion can reach their full potential.
Key Responsibilities include:
- Responsible for coordinating with marketing and publicity team on execution of all marketing and publicity campaigns
- Set up, project manage and execute editorial calendar with understanding of brand, objectives of campaign and target audience
- Proactively review, edit and update content for digital and physical dissemination
- With marketing team, manage social media channels, and work on social media content and visuals.
- Visual Content Creation
- Videography, Photography, Basic Design and Copy writing of experiential, social media and event content
- Required Skills
- Experience of managing the delivery of various different Creative Projects
- Able to create Visual content for Social Media and other Digital mediums using a varied mix of Video, Photography, basic Graphic Design and Copy-writing skills
- Post production and editing of video and photography
- Skilled with PowerPoint, Premier Pro, Adobe Creative Suites and Mailchimp
- Excellent proficiency in all social media platforms, including deep understanding of digital trends.
- Personal Attributes and Competencies
- Ability to multitask several creative projects
- Excellent creative skills and a great eye for detail
- Adept at managing up
- Strong, creative and confident writer, high attention to detail in correct spelling, punctuation and grammar
- Wonderful sense of humor and arts enthusiast
This position is located in New York City and requires full time, on-site work.
The YPC offers an attractive compensation package, which includes a competitive salary.
Please send C/V, one writing sample (communications or marketing related), and your production portfolio (photography, videography, and/or design work) to [email protected]
Magnum Photos New York
New York, NY
Magnum Photos is recruiting a Cultural & Creative Director to represent Magnum in the US and Latin America. Traditionally, this role has involved organizing commissions, exhibitions, and publications of work by Magnum photographers – from the new work of emerging photographers to classic images from Magnum’s historic archives and estates. The position requires a passion for historic documentary work, as well as for the work of our newer and future members, many of whom are interested in pushing the boundaries of the genres of documentary and photography in general.
We are open to new visions of how Magnum photographers’ work might be shared, and seen, by new audiences. Organizing shows and acquisitions with museums remains essential, but we are also attracted to non-traditional venues such as pop-up shows, newsprint publications, community workshops, wheat- pasted posters, billboards, projections, and grassroots collaborations with local communities and foundations.
While nurturing relationships beyond Magnum, within the agency you will work closely with photographers to help them develop cultural opportunities both individual and collective, as well as with cultural colleagues in London and Paris, and with key staff members.
Additionally, the role of Cultural Director requires business acumen. The position involves fundraising as well as identifying the necessary resources to execute each cultural project.
Compensation: $60000.00 to $70000.00 (Annual)
Deadline: October 17, 2022
New York, NY
Chelsea Factory is looking to engage an energetic and detail-oriented Administrative Coordinator that will manage administrative duties to support daily business activities. They will report to the Executive Director and serve as the main administrative support for the Chelsea Factory team. This position will be a central member of our staff and will help to continually refine processes and streamline efficient operations. The role intentionally cross-trains across each department at Chelsea Factory and responsibilities will fluctuate depending on programmatic activity.
The successful Administrative Coordinator candidate will find great value in learning industry best practices and engaging with artists and leadership across organizations. They will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong attention to detail, and experience working in a dynamic environment that requires a high level of flexibility, optimism, energy, and problem-solving skills. They are expected to demonstrate professionalism, diplomacy and integrity, and maintain confidentiality and discretion at all times. Interest and passion in the nonprofit arts field, especially with an entrepreneurial curiosity, is welcomed.
- Oversee office administration and perform administrative duties to support daily internal business activities, including calendar management, monitor mail, reorder office supplies, etc.
- Serve as administrative point of contact for external stakeholders, manage “info” email address, and field general phone calls
- Work with CF Head of Marketing and Community to develop event/performance website pages, playbill content, and other collateral
- Manage back-end box office ticketing platform (AudienceView) and serve as point of contact for ticketing inquiries
- Assist with basic Squarespace website administration and copy updates
- Work with CF Programs Producer to assist with artist residencies and partner organization activity as needed, such as facilitating site visits for creative teams or arranging hospitality for performers
- Liaise with event rental teams to schedule site visits around artist activity in the space
- Interest in an administrative career in the arts
- Extreme attention to detail and thoroughness in work product; excellent verbal and written communication skills
- A commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Apps, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Vimeo, Zoom
- Ability to follow directions, take initiative, and follow through
- Strong work ethic, self-confidence and integrity, with desire to learn and absorb new information
- Dynamic interpersonal skills
- Ability to work independently and in a team
- Ability to adapt easily to changing needs
Salary and Benefits:
- Exempt Salary of $60k
- Comprehensive Insurance Coverage
- Generous Paid Time Off
To Apply, please submit a resume and cover letter as follows:
- In a brief cover letter, please share a few sentences explaining what you hope to learn while in this job
- Materials should be sent as PDFs with your name in title of file (e.g. “Dorothy Gale - Resume”)
- Email your materials to [email protected] with Administrative Coordinator in the subject line
Applications will be accepted through October 21, 2022. Position starts October 31, 2022.
Social Media Manager
New York, NY
Seaview is searching for a Social Media Manager to join its rapidly expanding team. In this role, the Social Media Manager would be responsible for creating and posting day to day social media content across all major platforms for Seaview’s theatrical projects and the company itself in addition to developing a bigger-picture media strategy and calendar. We are looking for a singularly creative person who possesses the skills to be able ideate, create and manage social media posts and campaigns across a number of brands.
A love of Broadway and live entertainment is a must! Candidates should be self-motivated, passionate, and able to work well in a team environment. This is an in-office position, but on-site responsibilities will come up often and candidates will be expected to be on-site and on-call as needed. Seaview is a fun, friendly, and hardworking environment offering great benefits including 401(k) and medical insurance.
- Develop, oversee and manage social media campaigns for Broadway shows and a Broadway production company across Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and other evolving social media platforms
- Build comprehensive social media strategy for Seaview productions and brands across platforms and projects
- Create content from ideation to production including graphic design, video editing and copywriting
- Develop original video content for our social platforms using tools like iMovie, Adobe Premiere Pro, InShot, and Animoto
- Serve as the social media liaison to members of the Broadway casts, creative teams and agency partners
- Build and manage social media influencer efforts for shows and Seaview brand
- Manage social media communities including responding to fan engagement, questions and concerns
- Analyze data and reports on success of content
- Perform other marketing related tasks as may be required by the management team including efforts around email marketing, partnerships and other grassroots marketing efforts
- A knowledge and love of the Broadway and independent film businesses
- Thorough understanding of social media landscape, social advertising practices, and digital culture
- Experience running and managing social media campaigns
- Fluency in social media content creation and listening software, tools and platforms
- Excellent copywriting skills
- Graphic design and video editing experience strongly preferred
- Bonus points for photography skills!
- Strong ability to communicate and collaborate with key stakeholders internally and externally
Duration: Oct 10, 2022 onwards
Salary: $50,000 - $60,000
Los Angeles, CA
Flex Type Hybrid - This role is considered hybrid, which means the employee will work a portion of their time on-site from a Company designated location and the remainder of their time remotely.
Based in Los Angeles, this position will work in close collaboration with the Sr. Director, Communications, to develop, execute and manage comprehensive communications plans and strategies in support of Ice Hockey (National Hockey League, studio shows, hockey programming), Action Sports (X Games, Red Bull events, Street League Skateboarding), West Coast/Los Angeles Production Center initiatives and support certain ESPN Digital initiatives including digital shows.
- Develop and help manage the execution of strategic communications plans and publicity campaigns for NHL, X Games and action sports programming
- Develop and pitch creative story angles to generate publicity results and effectively communicate desired narratives;
- Grow, maintain and manage media and industry contacts on an ongoing basis in various beats, including television, sports, media writers, business, trade, and non-traditional media (blogs, social platforms and influencers);
- Manage publicity initiatives and on-site presence for marquee games and events;
- Collaborate with designated Communications reps from key business partners to drive shared goals;
- Build strong internal relationships to work collaboratively across teams, departments and with on-air commentators;
- Coordination of on-air commentator, executive and athlete interviews with press;
- Develop talking points, key messaging and press materials, including press kits, press releases, fact sheets, bios, social media cards, etc.;
- Crisis PR and issue management support;
- Act as company liaison and spokesperson with media as needed;
- Manage and oversee press lists and create results reports related to specific initiatives;
- Monitor industry news in television, print, digital and on social media platforms, and advise appropriate colleagues of important developments;
- Support certain ESPN Digital initiatives, including digital shows
- Establish pre-event and on-site communication with media and local host city entities and partners for X Games and action sports events;
- Support event media operations and logistics for X Games events as needed;
- Provide regional support for the Communications department on West Coast publicity projects;
- Embrace new tools and approaches to serve as a 360 communicator, serving both internal and external audiences. Generate story ideas and leverage multimedia assets to creatively engage a variety of digital audiences. This includes creating content in promotion of NHL and Action Sports properties for ESPN’s internal employee website, content for ESPN PR social platforms and ESPN Front Row, the company’s outward-facing corporate blog;
- Help manage the guidance of, and activities executed by, external agencies on behalf of ESPN Communications as needed
- Support company and department Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiatives internally and externally
- Lead as a teammate that is inclusive, ethical, respectful and empathetic of those internally and externally;
- Understand the demands of working for a 24/7 media company and be willing and available to work evenings and weekends
- Experience in public relations, corporate communications, media relations in sports and television or related fields
- Relationships with consumer press in television, sports, business, trade, endemic and non-traditional media
- Results-oriented and experienced in media pitching across spectrum of media (TV, digital, print, radio, magazines, trades)
- Demonstrated resourcefulness and the ability to successfully manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment
- Strong teamwork orientation and high comfort level with collaboration, but also has the confidence and ability lead projects independently
- Strong organization and time management skills
- Exceptional communication skills – both written and verbal
- Strategic and creative thinker
- Detail oriented self-starter with outgoing and positive personality
- Ability to remain calm in high-pressure situations
- Proficiency in social media: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, etc.
- Basic knowledge of TV ratings, sports cable TV and direct-to-consumer landscape preferred
- Must be able to travel for work and events
- Displays honesty, integrity, and a strong sense of ethics in all decisions and actions
Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Media Relations, Journalism or other relevant areas
Assistant Director of Strategic Donor Relations and Stewardship
New York, NY
Reporting to the Associate Director, the Assistant Director will play a vital role in building, implementing, and managing University-wide stewardship programs that recognize, inform and engage donors through strategic communications, reporting and outreach activities. The Assistant Director will work independently, under the direction of the Associate Director, to provide high-level project management, as well as analytical and technical expertise to support and advance the goals of the Office of Strategic Donor Relations and Stewardship and Office of Alumni and Development.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
- Coordinate University-wide financial reporting to endowment and Columbia Donor-Advised Fund donors. This includes preparing financial reports, drafting associated communications, and managing report distribution. Incumbent will partner closely with school-based stewardship colleagues to ensure appropriate donors from across the University receive financial stewardship as appropriate.
- Manage stewardship data infrastructures to ensure that donors are properly tracked in the central database. This includes identifying and coding new Benefactor Society members and endowment financial report recipients; performing data analyses; conducting data audits; generating mailing lists; and recommending strategies to enhance processes, increase efficiency, and solve data gaps.
- Develop, drive, and execute programming for Columbia’s Benefactor Society, honoring lifetime donors of at least $1 million. This includes identifying and welcoming new members, planning and executing Presidential communications and special events, coordinating and executing mailings, educating colleagues, and undertaking special projects as assigned. Incumbent will also provide strategic direction for initiatives in partnership with various offices within the Office of Alumni and Development to connect with this group in new and exciting ways.
- Oversee University-wide public donor recognition initiatives, including developing and implementing long-term strategies for optimal recognition formats (physical, digital, etc.) relative to donor constituents.
- Serve as a University leader and resource for best practices in recognition and naming standards, processes, and procedures for school-based development and stewardship colleagues across Columbia’s schools, departments, and programs.
- Work closely with the Associate Director to support growing stewardship needs for the University’s most generous donors to ensure they are engaged and informed of the impact of their gifts including management and execution of stewardship events, writing and production of ad hoc personalized impact reports, creation of specialized financial reports, and the production of bespoke gifts.
- Assist Associate Director with other duties related to fostering the strategic direction of University-wide stewardship. Work to support and advance overarching goals of the Office of Strategic Donor Relations and Stewardship and Office of Alumni and Development.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with at least four years of related or transferable experience. Candidate must be flexible and willing to take on new responsibilities within a growing program. Competencies should include a firm understanding of donor relations practices; demonstrated project management skills; excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills; robust data management skills with particular strength in Excel; overall proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and experience with donor databases; and demonstrated ability to multi-task while maintaining accuracy and independently establishing priorities. Candidate must have excellent attention to detail, creativity, good intuition, discretion, and strong interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of Advance and Salesforce databases.
Subject to business needs, the Office of Alumni and Development supports remote and hybrid work arrangements for this position. Options will be discussed during the interview process.
The Assistant Director of Philanthropy & Donor Engagement
The Assistant Director of Philanthropy & Donor Engagement reports to the Chief Philanthropy and Engagement Officer (CPEO). Assistant Director of Philanthropy & Donor Engagement plans and implements giving programs, fundraising initiatives, and events that generate and expand philanthropic revenue for Wave Hill.
- Work closely with the CPEO, create and execute strategic, goal-driven plans for philanthropic giving programs, initiatives and events—both in person and virtually—that increase donor retention, revenue, and engagement.
- Partner with Philanthropy and Engagement team as well as senior staff to identify, cultivate, and solicit gifts through events and fundraising campaigns.
- Oversee Wave Hill’s fundraising events including the Spring Gala and Gardeners’ Party and ensure events meet revenue projections; serve as liaison for Benefit Event Committees, Co-Chairs and Honorees.
- Work closely with the CPEO and Assistant Manager of Donor Relations to oversee the Leadership Council, Wave Hill’s major donor membership group, including cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
- Manage portfolio of event and major donors; identify prospects and work with Executive Director and CPEO to solicit major gifts.
- Oversee donor cultivation and stewardship events including dinners, receptions, and tours.
- Working closely with the CPEO and the Philanthropy and Engagement team as well as the Marketing team, create and implement an annual donor communication and stewardship plan that includes acknowledgment letters, impact reports, updates, benefits and other correspondence as needed.
- Oversee comprehensive annual fund campaigns that include direct mail, email and social media.
- Create, maintain and analyze budgets and revenue.
- Manage staff, with three direct reports, volunteers and interns.
- A bachelor's degree is required
- Must have 5+ years of experience in philanthropy, individual giving, and events.
- Excellent communication skills that are effective with a diverse range of audiences including board members, major donors, and members.
- Experience with virtual and hybrid events.
- Proven track-record of increasing revenue and engagement through events.
- Experience soliciting major gifts.
- Big-picture thinker yet detail oriented; self-driven and highly motivated; well-organized.
- Ability to be flexible, multi-task, adapt and change priorities.
- The ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Computer Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and donor database(s)
Salary and Benefits
Salary commensurate with experience. This full-time position offers a 401(k) with a pension plan, and medical, dental and vision plans, with paid time off.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, salary expectations, and a writing sample to Human Resources at [email protected] Please include Assistant Director of Philanthropy & Donor Engagement in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, and only those receiving an interview will be contacted. No calls, please.
Director of Marketing and Communications
New York, NY
Wave Hill is seeking a Director of Marketing and Communications, a skilled strategist and talented wordsmith who will articulate the spirit and mission of Wave Hill to uplift its public profile, support organizational goals, and increase audience awareness and engagement. Reporting to the President and Executive Director, the Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for developing effective seasonal and annual communication and marketing strategies on and offline. The Director oversees Wave Hill’s website, social media engagement, email communications, and marketing campaigns. The Director will set KPIs, track performance, and lead analysis to guide strategy. This role is part of the senior management team and works closely with other departments to create engaging content and leads video and audio content development and production. The candidate should be a highly creative, big-picture thinker who can use storytelling to inspire audiences.
The Director of Marketing and Communications will lead a talented team of 3 staff members, an Associate Director, a Graphic Designer, and a Social and Digital Media Coordinator. We are looking for a seasoned, dynamic individual who can inspire and motivate others in a collaborative, positive, and inclusive manner, providing opportunities for growth and learning.
For a detailed job description, please go to https://www.wavehill.org/jobs-internships.
- Manage Wave Hill’s brand identity from a reputational and design perspective.
- Lead a collaborative, creative process with key stakeholders to shape messaging strategies and work directly with Graphic Designer to develop.
- Keep abreast of website trends and innovations and look for ways to improve functionality. Work with web developers to implement changes. Interface with Wave Hill’s digital marketing consultants to optimize performance (SEO/SEM, set and track KPI’s etc.)
- Ensure web content is up to date. Manage website updates, integration of digital tools for use on-site and ensure activation of accessibility tools and features.
- Shape the messaging calendar to meet audience engagement goals and to reflect the right balance of Wave Hill’s seasonal offerings.
- Track and analyze email marketing performance data, optimize segmentation, control pacing of outreach.
- Maximize the impact of digital content through such activities as content and design testing, personalization, and other continuous learning and improvement processes.
- Work with Associate Director of Marketing and Communications to proactively ensure that Wave Hill is well represented in the media.
- Brief senior staff and board to represent the organization on key issues and advise on political or community events affecting Wave Hill.
- Interface with such groups as Bronx Tourism, NYC& Co. and other tourism organizations as well as the communication departments of our programming partners.
- Work with department heads to support the marketing and promotion of earned income areas such as private events, tours, corporate conferences, the cafe, and the shop.
- Work collaboratively with the executive staff and Wave Hill’s programming group to identify goals, strategies, stories, influencers, marketing alliances and other opportunities to promote their programs.
- Work with the Chief Philanthropy Officer to develop messaging for fundraising campaigns, promotion of internal events and other donor engagement communications.
- Initiate new audience engagement strategies such as Wildverse and Faces of Wave Hill and develop content for these on an on-going basis.
- Formulate and manage the annual department budget.
The successful candidate will be an experienced, creative, energetic, high-level strategist with a minimum of ten years’ experience in marketing and communications in a senior role, preferably in a cultural institution or garden setting or other non-profit. The candidate should feel equally comfortable in a team or a leadership role, be nimble in response to opportunities, and remain calm under pressure. Other qualities include excellent communications skills both written and verbal, good organizational and time management ability, a balanced and responsible approach to sensitive issues; strong writing and editing, a gift for story-telling, and excellent design sense. Familiarity with the Chicago Manual of Style. Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred. Experience interviewing individuals for media pieces, video and/or audio editing skills are all a plus.
Salary & Benefits:
Salary commensurate with experience. We offer competitive benefits: major medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k and pension, vacation, sick days, and personal days.
To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume in a single PDF document to [email protected] with “Director of Marketing & Communications” in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, and only those receiving an interview will be contacted. No calls, please.
The Davis Museum at Wellesley College seeks a highly organized, responsible and talented Office Manager to be the point liaison between staff, donors, alumnae, internal, and external stakeholders. A highly successful Office Manager will support the museum through budget and invoice management, coordinating calendars, event planning, as well as overseeing the museum’s small storefront. This position will be the in-person coordinator for over twenty (20) student employees, VIP guests, and associated meetings. The Office Manager reports to the Director and facilitates communications from Assistant and Associate Directors to staff. This position is full time and non-exempt.
Primary Position Responsibilities
- Performs administrative duties, establishes and maintains office procedures to manage the logistics and smooth daily operations of the Director’s Office and the Museum.
- Drafts and helps to manage administrative budgets for the Office; supports bookkeeping, manages billables and invoices, provides related reporting.
- Oversees correspondence, postal and electronic mail, telephone calls; fields inquiries and provides timely responses; determines what receives the Director’s attention and assures that appropriate background information is provided.
- Acts as liaison between Museum Director, staff, college community, external professional organizations, museum VIP constituency, alumnae, donors, and general public visitors.
- Manages complex calendars and coordinates logistics for Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director.
- Schedules larger meetings for Davis Museum staff, and across departments.
- Works closely and cordially with other administrators at Wellesley College, and provides information and documentation as required.
Events and Communications
- Manages events of varying sizes, including catering, logistics, outside vendors and campus support staff.
- Serves as liaison between the Director's Office and the Museum's communications team.
- Coordinates advertising on campus among different offices and services (ex. printing).
- Manages several public communications streams, including the monthly digital “Davis Digest,” paid advertising, free online event listings, etc.
- Supervises internal campus event advertising (SPAM) workflow with student assistants, including design, edits, approvals, and distribution.
Student Mentorship and Supervising
- Supervises and mentors students, including Operations Assistant and summer interns.
- Creates and manages projects and workflow for student assistants and interns.
- Manages the Museum Shop, including stocking, inventory, ordering catalogues and other products, filling orders, responding to inquiries, and tracking revenue.
- Communicates with the Controller's office about accounts and deposits for the Museum Shop, admissions/ticketing fees, and cash box donations.
The successful candidate will join the staff of a museum at the center of the intellectual life on a vital undergraduate campus, and should possess a strong commitment to the unique orientation of the academic museum and to the teaching mission of the Davis. The Office Manager will be actively committed to ongoing learning in the areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA), in partnership with our community stakeholders.
Required Education and Experience
- Minimum 5 years of progressively responsible experience; BA preferred.
- Experience in a non-profit, educational or arts organization desired.
- Requires excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills and close attention to detail.
- The successful candidate will have office management skills, experience with establishing administrative systems and procedures and some project management skills.
- The position requires the ability to perform administrative and clerical support functions independently; knowledge of good grammar, spelling, punctuation, appropriate formats, style, and accuracy in the preparation and review of correspondence.
- The ideal candidate will be tactful and confident in dealing with people in authority and possess the ability to prioritize tasks in order to deliver high quality work against tight deadlines and to work confidentially, sensitively, and diplomatically.
New York, NY
The Calder Foundation–a nonprofit institution dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, preserving, and interpreting the art and archives of the twentieth-century artist Alexander Calder–is seeking a full-time Image Archivist. This position is instrumental in organizing, maintaining, and providing access to the Foundation’s broad collection of physical and digital photographs of Calder’s works of art, historical photographs documenting the artist’s life and works, and all images related to the Foundation’s extensive research and interpretation of 20th Century and Contemporary Art. This position reports to the Director of Archives.
We strongly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented groups in careers related to museums and the visual arts.
- Organize, document, and preserve the Foundation’s physical collection of photographs, including photographs of artwork and historical images
- Review, revise and organize digital representations of artworks, historical documents, photographs, and born digital material in various file formats for ingestion and cataloguing in the Foundation’s digital asset management system
- Manage internal requests for images from all departments and for office-wide projects, such as ongoing updates to the Foundation’s website, publications, and exhibitions; document workflow, perform initial quality check, and distribute existing images or coordinate the production of new images
- Assist our Database and Digital Asset Manager with in-house digitalization processes (photography, filming, scanning) and post-production
- Serve as the point of contact for photo agencies and image banks; review, prepare, and deliver assets, including related captions, for images requested from the Foundation’s dedicated image bank; provide feedback and corrections to assets on file.
- Correspond with other institutions to obtain images for research
- Assist in advancing and carrying out long term digital preservation goals and protocols for the Foundation’s archives, including data organization and file management.
- Contribute to the development of guidelines for the production and distribution of digital assets, both internally and externally
- Assist with general office administration including answering phones, ordering supplies, and supervision of external contractors as needed
- 2-3 years of prior experience with studio photography, postproduction and workflows required for cataloguing/data management in an arts-related setting
- Knowledge of 20th century art and art historical research methodologies
- An affinity for and up-to-date understanding of electronic records management, digital preservation practice and theory, and data storage methods and security, including hardware, software, metadata, and file formats
- High level understanding of Apple Computers (we are an all-Mac office), familiarity with FileMaker Pro
- Experience with DSLR cameras, flatbed scanners, and large format inkjet printers
- Solid understanding of RAW image workflows, using Capture One and Adobe Lightroom
- Proficiency in masking, compositing and color correction with Adobe Photoshop
- Outstanding organizational skills, highly detail-oriented, excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong sense of professionalism and a commitment to the Calder Foundation’s mission and goals
- Onsite office hours are required, working hours are M–F 10am–6pm
The Foundation is a small institution engaged in a variety of projects. The successful candidate will be comfortable juggling daily responsibilities along with time-sensitive projects, take pride and pleasure in being highly organized and must possess a sense of humor.
Anticipated annual salary will fall within the range of $45,000-55,000 with a generous benefits package, paid sick and vacation leave plus holidays, and an optional 403(b) account.
Please email your resume with a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications to [email protected].
Only prospective candidates will be contacted. Please do not email or call with questions or other solicitations.
Assistant Director of English Language Support
We seek an Assistant Director of English Language Support to join the Writing and English Language Support Hub. The Assistant Director is responsible for providing linguistic, cultural, and programmatic support for international and multilingual students and the units on campus who work with them, especially those at the graduate level. The Assistant Director collaborates with key campus partners including the Graduate School, the College, the School of Professional Studies, the School of Public Health, and Global Brown to provide an integrated system of support. The Assistant Director will manage and administer key programs in the Writing and English Language Support Hub, including the Summer English Language Program, a two-week pre-orientation program for international, multilingual graduate students, and the Conversation Partners Program, which pairs multilingual students and Brown staff members for language and cultural exchange. This position also collaborates with other Sheridan staff and campus partners on educational program development and support in various modalities, particularly around supporting a culture of writing and language support at Brown.
Education and Experience:
- Master’s degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related field
- Knowledge of and experience with second language acquisition required
- 1-3 years experience working with multilingual learners, preferably in a postsecondary context
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion, such as teaching or educational development experience that involves working effectively with a diverse student and faculty population
- Knowledge of language acquisition theory and best practices in language pedagogy committed to inclusion, equity, and social justice
- Facility with work in a collaborative environment, as part of a multidisciplinary team
- Functional proficiency in at least one language other than English
- Experience working in a college writing center or teaching writing in a postsecondary context
- Experience teaching or living outside the United States
- Experience working in or collaborating with a Center for Teaching and Learning and/or academic support
- Strong commitment to collaboration and collegial interactions
- Highly effective listening, verbal, and written communication skills
- Project management skills, such as detail orientation and attentiveness to timelines
- Reflective practice (e.g., openness to feedback and input, attentive to professional development needs)
- Cultivation of effective internal networks and some external visibility (e.g., participation in external conferences and networks)
- Conversant in the literature on inclusive, evidence-based teaching and learning
- Demonstrated ability to support a community of diverse perspectives and cultures in an inclusive environment
- Effective facilitation and/or teaching
Assistant Professor of Film Studies
Binghamton University’s Cinema Department develops artists and creative thinkers who are willing to explore the experimental. A strong history of underground and independent production has made our trailblazing department an antidote to the Hollywood industry model.
Binghamton University Cinema Department seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in film studies with a specialization in documentary studies, histories, theories of media, and/or moving image art. The ideal candidate will have a research and teaching concentration that addresses cinema through a global approach to theories and practices of race and ethnicity. We welcome candidates whose work takes a critical and engaged approach to cinema in a global context and demonstrates expertise in one or more of the following areas: transnationality; diasporic and/or hemispheric contexts and cultures; the internationalization of cultural forms and publics; circulation and migration; colonialism, decolonization, and postcolonialism; and networks of global exchange.
Preferred candidates would contribute to the diversity of the Department. This is a full-time, tenure-track appointment in our film studies stream at the rank of assistant professor with a 2/2 teaching load. The successful candidate will maintain an
active scholarly practice and will also contribute to the department via service, including committee work, independent studies, thesis, curricular development, etc. We will start an MFA in Cinema Program in Fall 2023, and the successful applicant will work together with the faculty, staff, and students to shape this new program.
Applicants must have a PhD in film studies, art history, or a related field by the time of
appointment, as well as a strong dedication to teaching and an active research program.
Interdisciplinary, global, and cross-cultural perspectives are highly encouraged.
A complete application package will include a letter of intent; curriculum vitae; one writing sample; and names and contact information for three references. Applications will be asked to provide additional materials prior to the interview stage, such as sample syllabi, evidence of teaching experience and success, and a statement of teaching philosophy. Electronic submissions only to http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=153413
Completed applications received on or before November 15, 2022, will receive full consideration, but the search process will continue until the position is filled.
Film and Video Production Lecturer Pool
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA
- Basic qualifications (required at time of application)
- M.F.A. (or equivalent foreign degree) in film, art, or similar creative practice field of study; OR a demonstrated record of creative work as evidenced by a record of exhibition in museums, galleries, film and new media festivals, public television or other venues.
- Teaching experience.
- Document Requirements
- Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
- Cover Letter - Letter of application that briefly summarizes your qualifications, interest in the position, and the courses that you are qualified to teach. View current Film and Digital Media courses and Social Documentation courses .
- Sample of Creative Work - Please upload a PDF with a description and link to the sample work.
- Sample of Creative Work - Please upload a PDF with a description and link to the sample work.
- Sample Course Syllabus
- Sample Course Syllabus (Optional)
- Evaluations of Teaching (Optional)
- Evaluations of Teaching (Optional)
- Evaluations of Teaching (Optional)
- 3 letters of reference required
- Applications must include confidential letters of recommendation*. Note that your references, or dossier service, will submit their confidential letters directly to the UC Recruit System.
- All letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. For any reference letter provided via a third party (i.e., dossier service, career center), direct the author to UCSC’s confidentiality statement at http://apo.ucsc.edu/confstm.htm .
Assistant Editor - Avid
The Assistant Picture Editor supports the Picture Editor in managing the editing process on the show, from initial import and assembly, to final online, and outputs. In addition to the Picture Editor, this person is the repository for all technical knowledge of the editing process on the show.
- Duties include receiving, importing, organizing, and offline assembling of picture materials, secondary effects, titling, online, various QuickTime encodes, and outputs to various interchange, delivery, and archive file formats. Also, performing insert edits for QC fixes to digital files using Cinedeck or similar software.
- This person should be highly organized and have an encyclopedic knowledge of the editing system being used (Avid).
- The Assistant Editor must be able to quickly and effectively render requests while keeping schedules, technical standards, and deadlines in mind.
- Extensive knowledge and experience of the Assistant Editorial process utilizing Avid, including import/export to/from all final delivery file formats is required.
- Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, DaVinci Resolve, and Storyboard Pro knowledge a plus.
- Bachelor's degree in Film Production, related field, or equivalent work experience.
ARE YOU a writer/filmmaker with a relentless DIY/Rebel spirit? Do you love making content and writting? The ABC10 Creative department is looking for an innovative storyteller with the ability and desire to create engaging and entertaining content often constrained by budget, but not by your skill and imagination.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE is bursting at the seams with creative ideas and has the cinematography, editing and writing skills to bring their ideas to life. You know how to tell a good story and write a solid commercial. You have an eye for composition and detail. You are a team player who knows how to have fun at work.
- Write and produce ABC10 commercials, promotional content, and demo reels.
- Write, shoot and edit client work including commercials and corporate videos.
- Collaborate with the Creative Director and Marketing Director to develop and write captivating digital content that tells a story and supports our We Stand for You brand position.
- Work as part of a team in developing new content for broadcast and digital platforms.
- Actively contribute to brainstorms for station and client projects.
- Work with the news team to improve the overall look, feel and quality of ABC10 products.
- 2-plus years of experience as cinematographer/editor
- Experience shooting on cinema, mirrorless and DSLR cameras.
- Solid editor with experience cutting on Adobe Premiere.
- Strong writing skills, preferably in broadcast TV and/or film.
- Fluent in post production workflows.
- Self-starter who is able to keep projects and stories moving forward.
- A TEAM PLAYER who can actively participate in brainstorms or grip on a shoot for another producer.
- Experience creating content for social and digital platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft office and G Suite.
- Organized, dependable and easy to work with.
- Must have an enthusiastic positive attitude and be a team player
Video Production Specialist
New Relic, Inc.
San Francisco, CA
New Relic is looking for a meticulous, creative problem solver to be our in-house agency producer on our Creative Team. This person will report directly to the Director of Marketing Design. We are seeking someone to run video & animation projects for the agency including multimedia (audio/video) content for customer stories, internal company announcement videos, external promotional social videos, product marketing videos, recruiting videos, corporate training and other enterprise-wide projects. We are looking for someone who understands the production process fully from pre-production through post as this person will coordinate projects from concepting (in conjunction with a designer) through delivery. The ideal candidate needs to be organized, flexible and excited about finding new ways to solve problems. The candidate will work closely with web development and product development for content needs. Since you will be working closely with our in-house editor and motion graphics designer, knowledge of post production is a must. If this sounds exciting, we would love to talk to you!
What you'll do
- Management of all details for Video and web projects from pre-production through post-production including workflow for the in-house team (video and animation)
- Leading multiple jobs for various customers simultaneously
- Communicating key details clearly and timely to the appropriate collaborators
- Creation of schedules and budgets for all in-house video and animation related
- requests as well as the allocation of talent and resources
- Liaise with outside vendors (Design Farm, HelloTheoDarling, The Foundry, etc.),
- Tracking projects, assets and correspondences with the in-house team
- Budget tracking throughout projects and reconciliations once a project is complete
- Management of workflow for the Creative Team
- Creation of PO's and submission of invoices
- Vendor relationship management
- Assist the creative and design team in developing content for a wide range of internal
- and external video needs
This role requires
- 4-6 years in video or film production
- Agency experience preferred but not required
- Experience running the full production process - board/concept development through
- trafficking and budget reconciliation
- Understanding of producing during COVID a plus
- Ability to work with people at different levels across departments
- Good communicator, knows how and when to prioritize and re-prioritize
- Experience in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment
- Agency experience recommended but not a requirement
- Knowledge of live action production recommended
- Experience with the production process, best practices and storytelling through video.
- Post production experience required
- Experience with motion graphics design preferred
- Understanding and familiarization with Asana management platform
- Software knowledge: production and post-production (Adobe Creative Suite products appreciated), cloud services for video sharing, tools for virtual meetings
- Working knowledge of social media applications, video specifications and trends
- Ability to work under tight and long-term deadlines while handling competing priorities
- Driven individual with excellent organizational skills coupled with excellent oral and
- written communication skills
- Ability to work both independently and on a team with excellent collaboration skills, and
- able to cultivate strong interpersonal relationships with team members.
Estimated Base Pay Range: $ 60,000 - $ 75,000
Media Production Faculty
Cornell University’s Department of Performing and Media Arts seeks a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer or Assistant/Associate Professor of the Practice in Media Production for a full-time position beginning July 1, 2023. This is a renewable, non-tenure-track position. Title will be based upon qualifications and experience.
We are interested in candidates who can teach film, video, and media production in a multidisciplinary context. The successful candidate will have experience in both teaching (which may include classrooms, workshops, master classes) and the technical side of media production (which may include experience as Production Assistant, First Assistant Director, crew, producer, etc); experience and interest in creating media for live and mediated performances is highly desirable. Secondary interests may include but are not limited to cinematography, video design, lighting for live performance, projection, installation. A Master’s degree, or commensurate professional experience, is required. This position will teach 3 media production courses each semester, including the introductory Media Production Lab (PMA 1410), and take a leading role in supervising and producing students’ media productions as part of independent studies or thesis projects (which may count toward a course). This position is expected to help guide and reimagine film and media production courses, and will collaborate with our filmmaking, screenwriting, acting, costume, set, and sound design faculty, as well as film/media studies faculty. We are open to new courses and directions based on the individual interests of the hire.
San Diego, CA
HireArt is helping the world’s largest social network hire an experienced Video Producer to help support and test awesome features used by millions of current company platform users.
As a Video Producer, You'll
- Oversee timelines and workflows to keep projects on track and moving forward.
- Oversee video production and content creation for user education videos
- Create production estimates and manage production budgets, schedules and delivery.
- Publish completed videos to YouTube in all languages, along with the company's data (e.g. captions, title, description)
- Support the management of its video hosting platforms and utilize analytics to inform video creation
- Pre-tax commuter benefits
- Employer (HireArt) Subsidized healthcare benefits
- Flexible Spending Account for healthcare-related costs
- HireArt covers all costs for short and long term disability and life insurance
- 401k package
- Degree in relevant discipline or certification
- 3+ years experience in video production, including international and multilingual projects
- Strong project management skills and experience, multitasking and managing priorities
- Strong attention to detail
- Experience or familiarity with Figma
- Experience with video production technologies e.g. Adobe Premiere, Motion Graphics: Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Audio Editing (Adobe Audition)
- Agency/media experience and experience with YouTube analytics
- Demonstrated experience in multitasking and managing priorities
- Ability to work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders across various departments
- Experience with social media publishing
- Agency/media experience is preferred
- Innovative problem solver willing to learn new techniques and workarounds when faced with tough creative and technical challenges is preferred
Expected compensation: $44.00 - $47.00 per hour
Digital Experiences Producer
The Digital Experiences Team is searching for a Producer who can develop interactive digital experiences for Disney across multiple platforms. We are looking for someone with experience in interactive media and technology who can guide the development of content-based products and features that drive our licensing business. You will work with cross-functional teams across the Digital Experiences team, including Product Management, Creative, Franchise, Quality Assurance and Marketing to ensure that new products deliver on-time, on-budget, are scalable, and delight and inspire Disney fans and consumers. You will report to the Senior Manager, Digital Experiences.
In this role, you will:
- Lead internal and external production teams - associate producers, designers, story producers, writers, engineers, audio - to create and develop digital experiences aligned with business strategy and delivered to class-leading partners.
- Collaborate with internal production, product management, creative teams, other LOBs and external vendors to deliver content-based experiences working with Franchise stakeholders to ensure consistency in storytelling. Manage development details, guiding product development through multiple partner checkpoints from brainstorming to delivery. Deliver on-time, communicating to partners notifying them of each step in the process.
- Utilize a customer mindset to ensure products and features entertain and delight Disney fans and consumers. Brainstorm on how to bring the best Disney experiences to the latest and popular digital platforms and devices.
- Manage processes for franchise feedback and Quality Assurance to maintain high-quality products. Be aware of privacy, legal, and accessibility regulations to ensure compliance.
- Keep up-to-date on Disney slate of upcoming theatrical and corporate priorities, and the digital experiences market. Propose additions to our interactive content programs by highlighting Disney priorities combined with themes of seasonality, holidays, and trends.
- Ensure project documentation remains up-to-date ensuring that the latest additions are accurate, and trusted.
- Build partner relationships and communicate as it relates to requirements, scope, budget estimates, and product delivery. Present product updates, and project plans to internal stakeholders, and external partners.
You will have:
- 5+ years designing and producing interactive digital experiences and products for the kids and family space
- 5+ years of experience leading production and development teams
- Experience producing audio-only experiences
- Document designs and ideas to support collaborative development, maintenance, and QA
- Excellent communication skills, especially in partner discussions and email communication
- Proficient in creating wireframes and interaction flows. Experienced communicating ideas through brainstorming activities and protoypes
- Experience with design application user interfaces that are clean, clear and user-friendly
- Experience with database tools, Google Docs, MS Office, Slack, JIRA, and Keynote
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
- Experience with Photoshop, video editing tools, audio tools preferred
- Early adopter of new tech with a knowledge of current trends in interactive digital experiences preferred
International Serving Specialist
Santa Monica, CA
We are seeking a Specialist, International Servicing to support the Global Theatrical Servicing Team. A successful candidate will be self-motivated and able to juggle multiple and diverse responsibilities with a strong emphasis on organization and attention to detail. This individual will handle the delivery of feature theatrical and promotional materials and home entertainment assets to international territories for worldwide distribution. The candidate should have knowledge of the post-production process along with digital film and video technical specifications. A familiarity with DCP naming conventions, DCP localization processes, Pro Res files, 4K HDR/SDR components, and essential deliverables. Familiarity with marketing materials and legal documents from a servicing perspective is a plus.
- Service distributors in assigned territories with feature materials, audio, video, and promotional materials per contractual requirements for theatrical and home entertainment needs
- Create, update and maintain delivery charts and film folders
- Interface with distributors and vendors
- Coordinate and track material shipments
- Handle the incoming delivery of trailer and VAM materials
- Deliver feature and VAM materials to our authoring facility
- Keep track of the feature post-production schedule updates and delivery date changes
- Process purchase orders and approve invoices
- Special projects for the International delivery team and VP
- Create Materials Price Lists, track and log elements for the International Distribution team
Qualifications and Skills:
- Minimum of two years’ experience in a servicing environment
- Familiar with new production technologies and workflows for UHD/4K, HDR, and Dolby Atmos
- Team-player who operates in a fast-paced, team-oriented setting
- Understanding how to prioritize and respond accordingly
- Ready and willing to give and receive feedback
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to multitask
- The candidate should be proficient in Microsoft Suite with a strong emphasis on Excel. Additional knowledge with applications such as Airtable, Monday, BOX, and Microsoft teams is a plus
The Assistant Editor, Original Content supports our slate of original series, feature films, digital content, live performances, and more through all phases of post-production. They are a keystone in our post-production operations and collaborate closely with our Editors, our VFX Department and our project-specific production and post-production teams.
This role reports directly to our Post-Production Manager in the Original Content Division, and they will collaborate closely in both day-to-day operations and in the development of division-wide processes.
This coming year will find us balancing a number of large-scale projects, so we’re looking for someone who can:
- Process and prioritize complex details and timelines on multiple projects at a time
- Ingest, organize, distribute, and archive media through all phases of post-production, from editorial to VFX to finishing and delivery
- Closely monitor media as it comes in and goes out to confirm it is accurate, comprehensive and fulfilling the project’s expectations and specifications
Our New Assistant Editor, Originals Will Be Someone Who Is:
- Minimum 1-2 years of relevant experience
- Adobe Premiere knowledge and experience is a must have, DaVinci knowledge is preferred, and Adobe Suite, Avid and ProTools familiarity are all pluses
- Skilled and smart, but still powerfully curious
- Organized and resourceful, but adaptable when change is needed
- Serious about the work they do, but brings joyful collaboration into the work
- Positive and conscientious and can appreciate multiple points-of-view
This is a full-time hybrid position that will feature both remote and in-office work. Our offices are located in Burbank, CA. This position is open immediately, but our top priority is finding the perfect person. Our people have always been a key part of Soapbox’s success, so it’s vital we have the right person in this role.
Assistant Professor of Communication and Theatre - Theatre Generalist (Tenure-track)
The Department of Communication and Theater at DePauw University invites applications for a tenure-track position to begin August 2023 at the rank of Assistant Professor. Ph.D. or M.F.A in Theater (or a closely related field) required. A commitment to teaching undergraduates in a liberal arts setting and evidence of effective and inclusive teaching are essential.
Teaching assignment is six courses per year, 3 courses in each term plus a Winter Term course once every 3 years, and funding is available for professional development and research with undergraduate students.
The department specifically seeks a theater generalist, who, in addition to being able to direct, will increase the diversity of course offerings, teach courses in acting, directing and history/criticism and contribute to one or more of the following areas: technical theater, performance by historically marginalized groups in the United States, non-Western performance traditions, arts leadership/management, playwriting, or performance studies. The faculty member will be expected to teach general education courses for the department and will be invited to contribute to course offerings in rhetoric/interpersonal and/or media studies. As opportunities arise, the faculty member may be asked to develop topics courses in their area of expertise. In addition, the faculty member will direct one mainstage production in each academic year in the place of one course in the teaching load. The faculty member must offer evidence of a promising trajectory of scholarly and/or creative work. The position includes advising/mentoring and supporting departmental co-curricular opportunities. The faculty member is encouraged to contribute to interdisciplinary programs and must work cooperatively with a staff that includes specialists in rhetoric, theater, interpersonal communication, and media studies.
DePauw University is a leading, nationally-recognized liberal arts university dedicated to educating just over 1,700 highly talented, motivated, and diverse students from across the country and around the globe. For 185 years, DePauw has created an atmosphere of intellectual challenge and social engagement that prepares students for lifelong success. Located in Greencastle, Indiana, about a 45-minute drive west of Indianapolis, DePauw is a member of the Great Lakes Colleges Association . DePauw has an ongoing commitment to diversity and seeks to strengthen our institution through equitable and inclusive practices. Please see this profile for more information about DePauw University.
DePauw's Gold and Bold 2027 Strategic Plan includes launching a new School of Business and Leadership and a new school that focuses on Creative practice. To help us launch these schools, we seek a cohort of faculty with experience at a range of institutions, including international institutions, HBCUs and HSIs. We further seek candidates who bring diverse perspectives and who can integrate traditional liberal arts approaches (e.g., critical thinking; ethical reasoning; connecting disciplines to domestic issues of diversity, equity and inclusion as well as to global perspectives; interdisciplinarity; written and oral communication) into their courses and research programs. Contributions may be made through inclusive pedagogies, inclusive syllabi, choice of research agendas within the area of expertise and/or through contributions to interdisciplinary programs that diversify DePauw’s curriculum (e.g., Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Hispanic Studies, Global Health, Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies). A complete list of academic programs is available here .
Candidates should submit through Interfolio a cover letter summarizing qualifications, teaching philosophy, and scholarly and/or creative interests; CV; evidence of effective teaching (such as sample syllabi or course evaluations); the name and contact information of three professional references; and graduate transcripts. Application materials should provide evidence of a commitment to fostering and engaging with diversity and inclusivity in the classroom and at the University. Review of applications begins October 26, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Please contact search committee co-chairs M. Susan Anthony ( [email protected] ) or Jennifer Adams ( [email protected] ) with any questions.
Assistant Professor in Performance Studies/Theory and Criticism/History
The Department of Drama at Vassar College invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Performance Studies/Theory and Criticism/History, beginning August 2023.
We invite scholars with a PhD in Drama, Theater Arts, Performance Studies or related field with special focus on Post-Colonial Studies, African and African American Theater, Asian and Asian American Theater, Latinx Theater, theater by Indigenous Peoples of the Americas, or related specializations. Candidates who can contribute to one or more of Vassar’s rich multidisciplinary programs (such as Africana Studies, American Studies, Asian Studies, and/or Women, Feminist and Queer Studies) are especially encouraged to apply. The teaching load in the first year is four courses, and in subsequent years is either five courses or four classroom courses plus one “intensive” (ordinarily, a small enrollment, closely mentored experience for undergraduates). Salary is competitive and accompanied by a full benefits package.
How to Apply
Candidates should submit:
- A letter of application
- Teaching statement
- Writing sample (no more than 30 pages)
- Graduate transcript (an unofficial copy is acceptable for initial application)
- A statement highlighting contributions to or future plans for promoting diversity and inclusion through teaching, research, and other involvements (additional information on candidate diversity statements can be found at https://offices.vassar.edu/dean-of-the-faculty/positions/candidate-diversity-statement/)
- Three letters of recommendation
Special Instructions to Applicants
PhD in Theater (Performance Studies/Theory and Criticism/History or related fields) no later than August 2023 is required. Scholarly expertise in Post-Colonial Studies, African and African American Theater, Asian and Asian American Theater, Latinx Theater, or theater by Indigenous Peoples of the Americas is preferred. The candidate should be able to demonstrate a publication history in scholarly theater journals. Evidence of successful teaching at the undergraduate level is required, 1-3 years of experience is preferred. Evidence of working effectively with students from diverse backgrounds is also preferred. Finally, experience in directing or dramaturgy is strongly preferred.
Assistant Director of Production
SEATTLE REP is seeking a resourceful and highly talented Assistant Director of Production to join the Production Department. The Assistant Director of Production is a critical member of the Production Department, helping to facilitate the needs of both Seattle Rep’s mainstage season and its New Play Development Lab, The Other Season.
The Assistant Director of Production (ADP) will support the Director of Production to create the highest quality art while promoting more humane work practices. This includes but is not limited to calendar and rehearsal space management, production managing the gala, and providing tech support for the DoP. ADP also production manage Seattle Rep’s New Play Development program, The Other Season.
Typical duties include:
Production Department Support
- Complete season opening and closing paperwork for each union partner
- Liaise with other departments, then lead production’s roll in executing the gala
- Promote and lead practices for good digital file hygiene
- Supply support in tech rehearsals as needed and arranged in advance with Director of Production
- In collaboration with Director of Production, build file structures in TEAMS
- Help maintain the upkeep of the production office
- Professional Artists Training Program Production Management apprentice
- Create learning opportunities for apprentice and offer feedback
- Encouraged to supervise in partnership with other departments, any EDI groups that currently exist or the creation of new ones
Production Manage the New Play Development Lab, The Other Season
- Support the General Manager in creating contracts and check requests for Playwrights, Directors, and any additional creative team members on a project
- Hire and support, when needed, Stage Manager and union crew
- Create rehearsal and reading schedules in conjunction with Associate Artistic Producer, Creative team, and Project Stage Managers
- Coordinate with Company Management regarding all artists' travel and housing
- Create and distribute contact sheet
- Run production meetings for each project which includes marketing, development, patron services, and front of house
- Proof program
- Prep and lead first day of rehearsal schedule in collaboration with Company Management, COVID safety, HR, Stage Management, and Creative Team.
- Attend rehearsals and proactively problem solve any issues that arise
- Host any pre or post reading receptions
- Book space in coordination with other events in the building
- Work with finance to create show codes for each project
- Create a budget for each show and keep diligent records of expenses for forecasting
- Provide budgets to Development department for grant applications
- Correspond, in collaboration with the General Manager, with AEA on all New Play Development workshops
- Film and upload archival recording of workshop presentations
Support production-oriented meetings: meet & greets, show-specific production meetings, and departmental meetings
- Preparation for first day of rehearsal, including set-up of space, hospitality, and design presentation materials
- In collaboration with the Director of Production, create agendas for weekly production department meetings
- Take notes for meetings, as requested
- Attend all company EDI meetings
- With Company Manager, run Company Business on first day of rehearsal for all regular season and new play productions/workshops
- Schedule and note union negotiations
- Use space calendars to support building-wide logistics and needs regarding rehearsal spaces
- Help facilitate Rep organized meetings and events that are in rehearsal spaces
- Partner with the Production Finance Associate to facilitate rentals
- Minimum 2 years experience in Production or Project Management
- High school diploma or GED
- Thorough knowledge of Windows-based computer software - Access, Excel and Microsoft Word
- Commitment to or knowledge of racial equity and social justice
- Attentive to detail and able to meet tight deadlines
- Previous experience working with and interpreting language in union partner contracts
- Possess emotional intelligence to support a collaborative work environment
- Desired 3-5 years experience in Production or Project Management
- Dedication to storytelling through theatre
- Strong interpersonal, teamwork and diplomacy skills
- Sense of humor and ability to act with grace under pressure
- Flexibility with reprioritizing daily work flow
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent training and experience
To be considered
- Submit a resume detailing related experience and education.
- Attach a cover letter that outlines how your related experience and education qualifies you for the position.
- Applicants are reviewed the day after the position closes 10/23/2022
- Seattle Rep has a mandatory vaccination policy for all employees, with accommodations for medical and religious exemptions only.
Contact [email protected] with any questions regarding the application process.
Compensation: $62,500-$66,000 per year
Shakespeare Theater Company
Shakespeare Theatre Company, a multi-venue theater located in Washington DC, seeks an Artistic Associate. Reporting to our Artistic Director, Simon Godwin, this position will provide administrative support to the department. This will include support for our Resident Casting Director, such as assisting with auditions and administrative casting tasks; support for our Resident Dramaturg, such as tracking the reading of plays or creating dramaturgical resources; and support for our Director of Equity and Enrichment, such as assisting with audience engagement events or with trainings. The Artistic Associate will also support these three positions with managing their expense requests, as well as tracking expenses within the Artistic department budget. We hope to find someone that can be the linchpin of the department, tracking the appropriate information and communicating it with colleagues, ensuring regular department meetings are scheduled, and ensuring that there will be Artistic representation at the appropriate moments. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits and an annual salary of $50,000.
Candidates should have at least 2-3 years of experience working at a professional theater, a basic understanding of casting and dramaturgy, and basic knowledge of producing events such as talk backs and discussions. The preferred candidate will also have excellent organization and communication skills, as well as a deep commitment to bringing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility principles to all interactions with artists and stakeholders served by the theater. Please note that STC has a mandatory vaccination policy, along with other safety requirements due to COVID-19.
Shakespeare Theatre Company is committed to building an inclusive, equitable, and anti-racist organization that better reflects the community where we reside and work. To learn more about our on-going efforts and to read our Anti-Racist Action Plan, please visit https://www.shakespearetheatre.org/about/equity-diversity-inclusion/. If you are interested in this position, please apply on our website at http://www.shakespearetheatre.org/about/careers-and-casting/jobs/, or you may send a cover letter, resume, and references to [email protected].
Compensation: $50,000 annual
Artistic Programing Associate
The New Victory Theater
New York, NY
New Victory LabWorks exists to diversify the field of performing arts for young audiences and the productions seen on stages across the nation. The program is for BIPOC artists committed to creating adventurous performing arts of all genres for family audiences.
Candidates must be motivated to work independently, as well as within a team dynamic, including working directly and indirectly with New Victory LabWorks artists and creating new outreach strategies. A flair for creative writing and producing, good proofreading skills and excellent written and verbal communication abilities are a must. Responsibilities include artistic administration, editing public-facing content and line-producing shows and events. This position is currently hybrid remote and in-office. Some nights and weekends will be required.
- Administrative support of New Victory artistic programming, including lead support of New Victory LabWorks program, including internal and external information dissemination, correspondence, authoring documents & materials (e.g. offer letters, calendars, contact sheets, artist/company bios, etc.), receiving and managing studio space requests, tracking and organizing LabWorks applications, etc.
- Collaboration with the Senior Manager of Artistic Programming to support the LabWorks program's creative growth, including artist development, community outreach, alumni tracking and current artist relations, residency enhancement, etc.
- Maintaining and developing artist relationships including attending workshops, readings, performances, etc.
- Maintaining and growing the interactive forum for New Victory LabWorks Artists & Alumni exchange
- Providing creative and administrative support for department-hosted meetings, events, forums, colloquia, conferences, etc.; line-producing, and other projects as needed
- Drafting correspondence in Wordfly (program updates, invitations to professional development events, etc.)
- Planning and creating social media posts and public content in coordination with Marketing & Communications staff
- Serving as mentor to Artistic Programming Fellow(s), as assigned
- Attending conferences and professional development events, as assigned
- Other duties, as assigned
Preferred Qualifications and Skills
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in performing arts administration and/or artistic programming
- Clear understanding of and passionate commitment to the creation of performing
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