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Junior Producer / Illustration + Animation Agent

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Established in 2007, The Jacky Winter Group is a creative production and representation studio with offices in New York, Melbourne and London.

Representing over a hundred commercial artists working across a diverse range of specialised branches and partnerships, we solicit and produce thousands of creative briefs a year ranging from illustration and activations, to animation and special projects, catering primarily to advertising agencies, brands, publishers, and design studios.

Following the relaunch of our website and opening of our UK office, we are seeking to bring on a new Junior Producer / Agent to support this new period of growth for our operations in the USA.

This position will see you as a vital member of our East Coast-based team and will be a remote-first position. There may be periodic opportunities for coming together in-person for client meetings, work sessions and industry events in New York.

As part of our core production team you will work closely alongside all other members of the Jacky Winter staff, including our Australian and UK office, and directly with our represented talent and most valued clients.

This is a full-time position with an immediate available start, working Monday through Friday from 10–6pm EDT with overtime as reasonably required.

Being a remote position, working locations can be flexible, however we are only accepting applications from US-based applicants at the moment.

See full position description and application form here: http://jwg.is/hiring_in_the_usa

Applications close 12pm, Monday, October 4th 2021.

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Teaching Artist in Dance & Creativity

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Become a Teaching Artist

Part-Time Position Description

Mark DeGarmo Dance is a leading not-for-profit organization founded in 1987 as Dynamic Forms, Inc. MDD has produced over 100 dances and multiple international tours involving cultural diplomacy and exchange with 13 countries. Our education programs target under-resourced and disenfranchised NYC Title I PreK-5 BIPOC public school students and communities without adequate highest-level dance and arts education. The organization currently serves up to 500 students and 30 classroom teachers in 5 public elementary schools in 4 NYC boroughs and reaches over 90,000 individuals annually across all programs. 

We seek outstanding results-oriented dance teaching artists experienced working in New York City’s Title I BIPOC PreK-5 NYC public schools across Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. The position is an excellent opportunity for passionate, effective, and skilled teaching artists to grow their professional teaching work over the longer term. Teaching Artists in Dance & Creativity will report to the Executive & Artistic Director, Dr. Mark DeGarmo with support from MDD administrative and teaching artist staff.

Responsibilities:

Participate in Mark DeGarmo Dance’s annual, paid Professional Learning Program.

Design and organize age-appropriate skills-based and interdisciplinary programs of study (16 lessons) grounded in Dance and the elementary curricula. 

Write projected and actual lesson plans, meeting notes and evaluations.

Implement MDD’s PreK-5 curricula.

Facilitate collaborative team teaching with classroom teachers. 

Create a safe and inclusive learning environment.

Engage all PreK-5 students, including Students with Disabilities and Multi-Lingual Learners.

Guide students expertly through a dance learning process leading to outstanding final sharings and performances grounded in NYC DOE Blueprint for Dance (to which DeGarmo contributed).

Support Mark DeGarmo Dance’s vision, mission, core values and programs. 

Be an ambassador for MDD and our programs in the field with our BIPOC communities.

Key Attributes:

Experienced

Experienced in developing and channeling group dynamics for positive learning outcomes.

Experienced and conversant in relational and restorative justice classroom management approaches with and for BIPOC students.

Successfully teaching under-resourced PreK-5 BIPOC students in disenfranchised NYC Title 1 public schools and communities. 

Teaching age-appropriate creative movement, dance skills, student self-directed improvisation and composition, and interdisciplinary inquiry projects during and after school. 

Integrating learning standards and arts blueprints. 

Highly motivated and motivating. 

Open to learning and professional critique to improve practice and problem-solve in the field. 

Committed

Demonstrates child-centered teaching and learning methods.

Serving students, teachers and communities similar to ours.

Using differentiated and culturally responsive instruction. 

Continually improving practice. 

Supporting an organizational vision, mission, core values and programs similar to ours. 

Artistic Excellence

Dance education grounded in professional artistry. 

Choreography, improvisation, pedagogy, world dance forms and performance.

International and intercultural exchange and communication. 

Education

Higher education degree.

Certifications of relevant learning.

Professional experience equivalent to credentialing.

Professional

Punctual; attention to detail and deadlines. 

Empathic with strong classroom management. 

Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.

Creative problem solving and professional responsiveness-in-action. 

Qualifications

Two to five years plus in dance education with at least one year teaching in similar communities.

Experience with NYC dance, dance education and youth services organizations desired but not required.

Master’s degree or equivalent a plus.

Bilingual Spanish or other multilingual skills with native fluency a plus.

Compensation:

This is a 1- to 3-day per week artistic staff (W-2) position with payroll benefits to begin immediately. Compensation is competitive with NYC arts education organizations. Benefits include: paid professional development, paid disability payroll deduction, and travel reimbursement. This is a growth position with potential to advance within the organization. Candidates are expected to be working dance professionals, to have other means of employment and to be seeking seasonal work, as this is not a full-time position.

Application Instructions:

Qualified candidates should email cover letter with availability through August 2023; résumé; three professional references, including from direct teaching supervisors; video links of artistic and preK-5 in-person teaching work; and sample syllabus with overview of 10 lessons minimum and 1-3 lessons in detail. Optional materials include: schedule of teaching for observation.

Email materials to: search@markdegarmodance.org

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until available positions are filled.

MARK DEGARMO DANCE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, personal appearance, family responsibilities, political affiliation, or enrollment in a college, university, technical school, or adult education. All inquiries are kept confidential.

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Nathalie Karg Gallery - Communications & Registration Interns

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Nathalie Karg Gallery is currently seeking highly motivated recent graduates or current students of Art History and Art Administration for an internship as part of their career development.

The gallery is currently looking for two interns, one with a focus on Communications /Web Content and the another to work alongside our Registrar on projects related to database upkeep and general gallery operations. To start immediately.

Applicants should be organized, efficient and professional, detail-oriented with a deep focus and interest in contemporary art. Interns will learn all aspects of a fast-paced and dynamic gallery environment and work closely with the Gallery Owner and Directors.

Daily tasks will include, but will not be limited to assisting with social media strategy & daily posting, preparing press materials as needed, assisting with gallery website maintenance, record-keeping, and database maintenance.

Over the course of three months, interns will be immersed in daily operations, aid in ongoing exhibition research and coordination, and assist the gallery Registrar with ad hoc tasks relating to research and overall gallery maintenance.

The ideal candidate will have a background and strong interest in communication, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in Mac and Google Suite and a professional demeanor.

Experience with InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop preferred.

Nathalie Karg Gallery is a fast-paced contemporary art gallery on the Lower East Side with an emphasis on contemporary artists.

Sector: Gallery

Position: Level Entry Level

Education: Student / Graduate

Position Type: Internship

Application Instructions/Public Contact Information: This is a great opportunity for for a graduate or recent graduate student looking to gain hands-on experience in the art business.

If you are this exceptional candidate, please submit your resume and cover letter.
Please also be sure to indicate any additional languages spoken and which internship you would like to be considered for, if you have a preference.

All gallery employees are vaccinated.

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Communications & Registration Interns

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Nathalie Karg Gallery is currently seeking highly motivated recent graduates or current students of Art History and Art Administration for an internship as part of their career development.

The gallery is currently looking for two interns, one with a focus on Communications /Web Content and the another to work alongside our Registrar on projects related to database upkeep and general gallery operations. To start immediately.

Applicants should be organized, efficient and professional, detail-oriented with a deep focus and interest in contemporary art. Interns will learn all aspects of a fast-paced and dynamic gallery environment and work closely with the Gallery Owner and Directors.

Daily tasks will include, but will not be limited to assisting with social media strategy & daily posting, preparing press materials as needed, assisting with gallery website maintenance, record-keeping, and database maintenance.

Over the course of three months, interns will be immersed in daily operations, aid in ongoing exhibition research and coordination, and assist the gallery Registrar with ad hoc tasks relating to research and overall gallery maintenance.

The ideal candidate will have a background and strong interest in communication, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in Mac and Google Suite and a professional demeanor.

Experience with InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop preferred.

Nathalie Karg Gallery is a fast-paced contemporary art gallery on the Lower East Side with an emphasis on contemporary artists.

Sector: Gallery

Position: Level Entry Level

Education: Student / Graduate

Position Type: Internship

Application Instructions/Public Contact Information: This is a great opportunity for for a graduate or recent graduate student looking to gain hands-on experience in the art business.

If you are this exceptional candidate, please submit your resume and cover letter.
Please also be sure to indicate any additional languages spoken and which internship you would like to be considered for, if you have a preference.

All gallery employees are vaccinated.

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Arts Communications - Seeking Account Executives and Senior Account Executives

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R+A is seeking dedicated and enthusiastic individuals to join our team.

We are currently seeking Account Executives and Senior Account Executives. Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years relevant experience for an Account Executive position and minimum of 4 years for a Senior Account Executive. Positions require strategic thinking and exceptional client services skills, as well as experience managing colleagues, working with media, and developing and editing press materials. Candidates must demonstrate excellent written, verbal, and organizational skills; ability to manage and work to multiple deadlines simultaneously; work independently, with teams, and with clients; and think creatively and critically.

Responsibilities include: staff management; client liasing and coordination; media relations strategy, planning, and implementation; project management; coordinating press events; and writing and editing press materials. Candidates should also be able to think strategically about the use of new tools for cultural communications and audience development, and contribute to R+A’s corporate strategy for the future.

Candidates must have communications experience and a demonstrated interest in the arts and culture. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in the art, culture and design sector and those that have cultivated a network of cultural media relationships. 

This position is based in NY with current flexibility to work from home given the pandemic.

About R+A:

Resnicow and Associates (R+A) is the leading communications agency serving arts and culture. For nearly 30 years, R+A has provided a comprehensive mix of strategic communications services to museums, visual and performing arts organizations, architecture and design firms, colleges and universities, government agencies, and corporations.

R+A is committed to supporting our team members’ professional development and we offer numerous benefits including:

  • A positive and supportive team with opportunities for advancement
  • A mentorship program to help all staff develop and grow
  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience
  • Generous paid time off
  • An additional week of paid time off between Christmas and New Years
  • Free Citibike membership
  • 401K with a 3% employer match
  • Employer contributions to medical, dental and vision plans.
  • FSA (flexible spending account)
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • And much more

Positions available immediately.

R+A is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating a more equitable arts community. Individuals of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Further info and more detailed job descriptions are available on our website.

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Director of Marketing

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80,000 - 90,000

TCG seeks a dynamic and entrepreneurial full-time Director of Marketing (DOM). The DOM is responsible for creating, implementing, and measuring the success of comprehensive marketing plans that advance TCG’s mission to lead for a just and thriving theatre ecology. Click below for the full job description and how to apply:

https://higherlogicdownload.s3.amazonaws.com/TCG/d0671f74-e058-4a59-b0d0-8e429c04b200/UploadedImages/TCG_Director_of_Marketing_2021.pdf

TCG is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I) in our hiring process, as well as in all areas of our work. At TCG, we believe that diverse ideas, cultures, and traditions reflect the US's broad diversity and are vital assets that enrich the programs and services TCG provides for the theatre field. We respect the intersectionality of identities and are committed to EDI in our work and workplace. We strongly encourage candidates who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, gender non-conforming and non-binary, neuro-diverse, and people with disabilities to apply.

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