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Arts Administration Intern/Volunteer



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Unpaid, local travel stipend provided

The Arts Administration Intern/Volunteer is a service opportunity of up to 20 hours per week. It is a great fit for a person pursuing a degree in Arts Administration/Management or someone who has the desire to discover what it takes to run a performance company.  This volunteer will provide support to the costume coordinator, administrative staff, and the artistic director.  This opportunity is unpaid, but will be provided a travel stipend.


Administrative support:  Communicate with the dancers and staff to maintain an up-to-date calendar for attendance, rehearsals and performances, and other related duties.  Assist the artistic director and project coordinator as needed.


Rehearsal support:  Secure rehearsal space, contact various venues, facilitate payments, and communicate time and location to dancers and staff.  Assist during rehearsal with: costume coordination, capturing photo and video clips for social media, running sound, and other related duties.


Qualifications: The ideal candidate would be a college undergraduate/graduate student with an interest in the arts industry and learning the behind-the-scenes aspects of a performing arts organization.  Must be able to work in a dynamic environment in the heart of the theater district.  Should  be comfortable with Google Suite and MS/Mac Office tools.


Heidi Latsky Dance is a physically integrated arts institution that curates installations in-corporating performance, design and fashion to challenge common conceptions of beauty, bodies, ability and the act of seeing/being seen. This is an opportunity for some-one to work with a unique arts group where many members of the company are artists with disabilities. This is part of the larger mission of HLD to strive for greater inclusion and diversity within our work and our advocacy for cultivating an attitude in the arts and the wider world towards integrating as many people with differing bodies, histories, cultures and styles, and honoring the humanity in everyone.

Heidi Latsky Dance is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepre-sented in the performing arts field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified appli-cations will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.

Heidi Latsky Dance is a 501(c)(3) organization.


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Judith P. Salomon


Judith P. Salomon

$0 Ann Street

New York City, NY 10038


Wednesday, May 28th 2019

Agora Gallery

The Curators

530 west 25th  Street

New York NYC

Dear Ms, Sir,

I would like to send you my application as a volunteer/intern or an employee as a n Art Administration Agent, Customer Service Specialist or a Receptionist as your project coordibnator would need.

I was impressed by the diversity of voices that your galleries encouraged and would like to participate in this endeavour.

I am an American Black woman that have travelled intensively through Asia, Europe and America to enriched my experience and my work. I am now living in New York to pursue my University degree in Photography and polished my skills.

Independent galleries,  cafes and bookstores, museums, art editors and universities’ art and literary magazines  give us all artists precious and necessary outlets, enabling us to grow and learn as artists and humane beings.

Do not hesitate to contact me to further discuss the matter and complete the process or any details necessary,

Thanking you for your consideration and wishing you a warm, winter day,   . 



Judith P. Salomon

Title City Employer