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Graphic Design / Gallery Intern

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Optional Part or Full time
6 month minimum 
We are looking to make use of the individual's talent and interests in design within the scope of the company's development and style.  This may include UX/UI design, illustration, graphics, typography, photoshop, photography, research, brand identity, art curation, operations...

-Important to be able to adhere to brand style.
-Proficient - Advanced knowledge and/or practice of Adobe Suite programs if interest lies in graphic design
-Interest in an academic environment, ability to wear many hats (this is a start up), take incentive in the unknown, work independently and with attention to detail, great communication skills, and collaborate on one or two projects with our graphic design assistant. 
-Our company works across topics of contemporary art, yoga conservation, apparel, and design. 
-We will gladly do a 'one week trial.' We are interested in finding a good fit for the role vs filling it. 
-Internship is a minimum of 6 months. 
-This is a great internship opportunity for someone who appreciates hands-on practice and wants to dive into real work experience.
-Graphic Designers meet once a week over phone or video call. This is a remote role.

More details on phone call. Happy to connect you with a current or previous intern. Send us your portfolio + resume. info@bhavana.studio
 

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Jazz Program Assistant Director

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$47,500.00
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April 30, 2021

The position will support the development and implementation of a national initiative that awards grants to individual jazz artists for competitive touring and residency project applications.  Program elements include connecting jazz artists with traditional and alternative presenters throughout the US for tour and residency planning; supporting a partnership between the six US Regional Arts Organizations; collecting data on jazz artists and programming in the South; and building ongoing national program awareness and technical assistance support to the field.

Jazz Road Tours and Creative Residencies Grants Programs

  • Maintain comprehensive knowledge of two national grants programs in order to complete assignments to include:
  • Provide technical assistance for incoming applicant queries;
  • Develop and maintain program FAQ and communication templates, website updates and webinar production;
  • Process incoming applications through internal review and online portal reporting maintenance and tracking;
  • Prepare applications and reviewers for adjudication processes;
  • Track all adjudication elements, including panel recommendations and reports processing;

Notify applicants and grantees of their application and grant status, award agreements, grant payments and final report processes through telecommunications, correspondence and/or online grants management portal;

Manage all online or in-person meeting planning and production to include:

Scheduling online appointments and virtual meetings;

Researching and contracting rental of meeting site(s);

Managing travel and hotel reservations, catering, and overall logistics;

Coordinating and producing meeting materials and communications.

Develop, maintain, and update all grants management platforms and run reports as requested, especially through the GO Smart platform and other CRM developments;

Support Director with most efficient strategies for all phases of project management including project plan and design; report presentation; and timeline and budget development and maintenance;

Conduct and analyze jazz field research and surveys;

Support and update jazz resource databases and run reports as requested;

Support Communications team for coordination or development of program website and press copy.

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Follow internal accounting procedures to generate necessary payment requests of advisor honoraria, consultant retainers and fees, and grant amount percentages;

Complete related program and organizational tracking, correspondence, or follow-up for all assigned projects;

Create, read, analyze, file, retrieve and maintain organization of program documents;

Support additional assignments by other senior management.

Required Knowledge

Office Administration and Management - Thorough knowledge of business and management principles involved in planning, resource allocation, and coordination of people and resources; Comprehensive knowledge of administrative office procedures and systems;

Customer Service - Thorough knowledge of principles and processes for providing excellent internal and external customer service;

Technology - Knowledge of office electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software. Knowledge of report building, strategies for data collection, and presentation.

Preferred Knowledge

Foundation Arts Operations - General knowledge of foundation arts grantmaking sector and related state, federal and local agencies and organizations

Non-profit Arts Operations– General knowledge of non-profit arts sector and related familiarity with arts presenting organizations and practices

Required Skills

Critical Thinking – Uses logic and reasoning to understand, analyze, and evaluate complex situations and research information to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to the training needs identified; Combines pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions (includes finding a relationship among seemingly unrelated events)

Written Communication — Writes clearly and informatively; Edits work for spelling and grammar; Varies writing style to meet needs; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information

Written Presentation – Possesses sense of design and print layout for balanced composition and format/font consistency as necessary

Interpersonal Relationships — Develops and maintains cooperative and professional relationships with employees at all levels of the organization to include representatives from other departments and organizations

Judgment and Decision Making — Evaluates the best method of research and then exercises appropriate judgment in establishing priorities and resolving complex matters; Considers the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one

Required Abilities

Communication – Excellent ability to communicate complex ideas and proposals effectively so others will understand to include preparation of reports, agendas, and policies. Excellent ability to listen and understand information and ideas presented verbally and in writing. Ability to handle all interactions and issues with poise, tact and diplomacy and in a confidential manner

Coordination of Work — Ability to establish and implement effective administrative and management programs and procedures. Ability to plan and organize daily work routine. Establishes priorities for the completion of work in accordance with sound time-management. Estimates expected time of completion of elements of work and establishes a personal schedule accordingly. Implements work activity in accordance with priorities and estimated schedules. Maintains a calendar for meetings, deadlines, and events

Accounting/Budgeting - Ability to perform arithmetic, algebraic, and statistical applications. Ability to employ economic and accounting principles and practices in the analysis and reporting of data

Requirements

A bachelor's degree preferably in the liberal arts and/or a field such as arts management, public relations or communications;

A minimum of 5 years’ experience in arts administration or other pertinent areas and 5 years’ experience managing projects and/or programs; some experience with non-profit grants management, working with touring artists, and events planning strongly preferred;

Excellent writing and oral communication skills;

Basic knowledge of MS Office, with advanced knowledge of:

Outlook – scheduling meetings, managing calendars, use of rooms and other advanced functions; also managing, importing and exporting contacts; task management

Word – document formatting, review options/tracking, mail merge, layout options

Excel – spreadsheet creation; column and row formatting; data sorting; page formatting, including borders, gridlines, and use of headers and footers

SharePoint – file and data sharing collaboration

Basic knowledge of online systems such as:

CRM – constituent relationship management systems; some Salesforce experience helpful

GMS – grants management systems; some Salesforce or GO Smart experience helpful

Event/program registration systems

Basic knowledge of creating marketing/promotional level documents for internal or public-facing use.

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Potential travel up to 10% of the time;

The position will be based at the South Arts’ office in Atlanta, Georgia

Physical Requirements:

Sedentary work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time;

The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts, and/or operation of machines (including inspection); using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication of parts at distances close to the eyes;

Use of fingers: Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working, primarily with fingers rather than with whole hand or arm as in handling.

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Studio Technician

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commensurate with experience

Long Island City based artist is seeking a highly motivated New York-based individual to work 5 days per week as a studio technician and assistant.
The candidate will work with the artist on a wide variety of projects, and should have significant experience to attend to all aspects of the artist’s studio activities.

Requirements:
-Excellent hand and production skills, extremely organized and detail-oriented with a high level of accuracy.
-Ability to support the artist in all areas of production, especially with artwork fabrication and shop work.
-Ability to support with sourcing, research, filing and archiving.
-Three years experience in sculptural processes and fabrication is necessary, including casting, mold making, welding, wood and metal working.
-Comfort and willingness to work with resin (polyurethane, urethane), silicone, wax, wood, metal and other sculptural materials.
-The candidate should be self-motivated, capable of working independently and proactively to solve problems at hand.
- Must be able to lift heavy boxes and objects (50lbs plus).
-An interest in contemporary art, art production and a familiarity with various studio practices are advantageous.
-An interest in sound, video and multimedia highly preferred as this is central to the artist’s practice.
-Knowledge of PC and Mac platforms, Microsoft Office, and Photoshop strongly preferred.

The candidate should have a familiarity with the artist Kevin Beasley's work and have an extensive knowledge of black contemporary art and related issues.
This position is paid hourly, and salary is commensurate with experience. Start date as early as May 3rd.

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Theatre Consultant - Theatre Design

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Monday, April 12th, 6pm EDT

We are seeking a candidate to join our North American Theatre Consultancy team as a Theatre Design Consultant. You will work as part of a team consulting on all aspects of performance spaces and venue planning. 

Charcoalblue is the world’s leading multi-national theatre, acoustic, and digital consultancy. Charcoalblue provides guidance and designs for a broad range of buildings and events, including theatre, live performance, music, culture, education, workplaces, entertainment, and sport. We engage with all members of a project team – the clients, architects, engineers, cost consultant, and contractors – on how the design choices they make affect the functionality of the building.

We are an equal opportunities employer, actively working towards becoming an inclusive organization. We are working consistently to ensure elimination of unfair and discriminatory practices within the Partnership and encourage full contribution from its diverse community.

Recruitment opportunities are open to all, but we encourage applications from women, members of minority groups, people with disabilities, and anyone who doesn’t currently see themselves significantly represented in our teams.

The Theatre Design Consultant’s role on the team focuses on overall building planning and auditorium design, creating functional and inspiring buildings where the performing arts can thrive. Depending on the project’s scope you will originate documents such as building area schedules and sketch diagrams of space, as well as creating and delivering presentations ranging from space precedents to construction phasing concepts.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop initial auditorium concept and design establishing the form and function. Including audience and performer egress. Creating seating layouts, seating design and detailed sightline studies
  • Be a key point of synthesis for multiple internal team members, including technical systems designers and acousticians.
  • Be a key point of contact and coordinate with project architects, including reviewing and commenting on architectural and services drawings, reviewing construction progress on-site, and performing measurements and punchlisting for the commissioning of seating systems.
  • Create design presentations, written reports, 2D and 3D drawings and sketches, and written specifications to document your design work.
  • Ensure that the demands of your projects are met and delivered to a high standard of quality.
  • Work within multiple project teams simultaneously while meeting deadlines, arranging your calendar, and balancing project deliverables as they occur.
  • Some travel to offsite and out-of-state meetings and site attendance will also be required (note – only when advisable in line with current public health recommendations).

Key Skills

Charcoalblue is open to receiving applications with a variety of levels of experience. We are seeking a broad candidate pool, with no set education or experience requirements. If you meet most of the qualifications below, we encourage you to apply.

  • Excellent CAD skills in both 2D and 3D; an ability to demonstrate competent rendering and visualization skills.
  • Experience in creating reports and presentations including proven ability to lay out text, photographs and drawings (using Microsoft Office and InDesign or a similar package).
  • Excellent visual assessment and communication skills, including the ability to conceptualize and communicate three-dimensional ideas in 2D media.
  • Ability to assess sightlines and audience accommodation concepts in all public areas of a venue.
  • Experience in communicating with people at varying levels within an organization.
  • A proactive and imaginative approach to finding solutions which meet the constraints of a given project.
  • Confidence in presenting and discussing ideas, both in internal and external client meetings.
  • Ability to incorporate relevant state building code and safety legislation into your design work.
  • Ability to factor knowledge of theatre and venue operations into your design work to create spaces where artistic, functional, and audience needs combine.
  • Basic knowledge of the technical systems of a performance venue including lighting, rigging and/or AV systems and an awareness of good backstage architectural planning, environmental and acoustical design parameters.
  • Familiarity with the standard suites of Microsoft Office and Adobe.

Desirable Additional Skills

  • Knowledge of contractual issues and the AIA project stages and associated levels of work output.
  • Experience with Autodesk Revit and BIM documentation. 
  • Some experience with creating and navigating VR models and experiences for design visualization.
  • Experience in the design of other theatre building elements, including rigging and staging, stagelighting, audiovisual, and/or acoustic design elements.
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Modern Dance Instructor

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Innovative dance academy located in Midwest cultural oasis/university town/UNESCO City of Literature seeks Modern Dance Instructor with possibility for full-time employment. 

Candidate must be a team player interested in a collaborative environment. Instruct technique, choreograph and set pieces. Other qualifications: enjoys working with children, high energy, self-starter. Competitive compensation commensurate with experience. Start fall 2021. Learn more about the academy and programs at nolteacademy.com

 

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T-Mobile Commercials Model Calls

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Casting Female/Male models in all states for T-Mobile US, Inc: T-Mobile is the third-largest wireless carrier in the United States, with 98.3 million customers as of the end of Q2 2020. The project is a photo shoot and commercial for T-Mobile. The US wireless company benefited from the twin forces of lockdown, which made people more dependent on their phones for connection, and the closing of its long-awaited merger with rival Sprint. The deal made T-Mobile the third-largest player in the US telecom's market, trailing AT&T and Verizon, and is expected to give the big phone companies more pricing power. 

 

This project is proudly supported and funded by T-Mobile US, Inc and a Top credit card company in the United States. Please submit a recent 4 photos which clearly show your face. Also include your height and all contact info to robyn@millersupermodel.online

 

Selected models would also be able to attend our next Fame Rock Fashion Show in New York with all expenses paid. The show theme will be unveiled soon.

 

Requirements: - MUST be extremely responsible, full of energy, enthusiastic, attractive, fit, and reliable.

No previous experience in acting or modeling is required, kid model submissions will also be considered, and all models will receive digital access to final images for use in their portfolio.

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Payment Detail: 
$8000 with Full Legal Contract

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Fee detail: 
Shipping & Handling of Portfolio & Comp Cards (Hard Copies)
Production / Rehearsal / Audition dates: 
Training and Rehearsals in Baltimore, Maryland May 25th 2021
Listing Deadline: 
Sunday, May 23, 2021

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