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Dare to Revitalize Education thru Arts & Mediation (DREAM!) is a community-based organization whose mission is to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline by encouraging creative confidence in young people and equipping educators with practical skills to support student engagement with learning and academic success. DREAM! serves this mission through programs that integrate Restorative Practices and Peer Mediation training with arts activities.    

ARE YOU CREATIVE WITH A PASSION FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, THE ARTS AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION? WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU! 

We aim to ignite our partners with the personal passions and talents we each bring to this work. 

JOIN US!

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a trusted partner and resource for the schools' community
  • Work closely with the schools' leadership team and Restorative Justice Coordinator to establish and implement a student led Peer Mediation program
  • Serves as a coach and works closely with the Restorative Justice Coordinator to integrate and support the sustainability of the peer mediation program
  • Develop authentic partnerships between adults and students
  • Demonstrate effective classroom management skills and the ability to maintain a structured, positive learning environment
  • Attend monthly staff meetings 
  • Communicate and follow-up regularly with the Program Manager 
  • Be willing and able to prepare for your assigned placement by picking up and dropping off supplies

In School-Assistant Mediation Coordinator/After-School Teaching Artist

Coordinate and co-host school-wide assembly promoting Peer Mediation

Schedule mediation training for new cohorts of mediators

Brainstorm, plan and execute project-based mediation campaign milestones 

Establish mediation referral, request system, and Protocol

Create a strategic plan to inform the school community on how to use the mediation referral/request system 

Establish and update the mediation binder

Collaborate with the schools' leadership to establish a list of mediatable conflicts, and create a strategic plan to inform the schools' community

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Create and facilitate age-appropriate lesson plans for an approximate 20-week program in alignment with program goals

Integrate conflict resolution skills, with your arts-background 

Coordinate and organize end-of-cycle showcases

Track participant progress and program effectiveness through evaluations and one-on-ones with participants

 Essential Qualifications:

  • BA in Arts and/or Education, BFA or related training preferred
  • Proficiency in all aspects of your art medium
  • A minimum of 3 years experience working with youth, teaching, and curriculum development
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team
  • Must complete DREAM!’s Tier 1 - 3 restorative practice and mediation training
  • Prior work experience with schools in urban communities or similar
  • Give a minimum commitment thru July 2021.

Job Type: Part-time/placement based

Salary: $40.00-$50.00 /hour

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Executive Director of Brooklyn-Based Dance-Theatre-Media Company

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The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading New Brooklyn Theatre and the feath3r theory in a manner that supports our mission.  The ED will raise and manage the funds of the organization.  Through grant writing, fundraising, and donor cultivation, the ED will increase the operating capacity of the organization.  The ED will project and track budgets, in partnership with the Artistic Director, as well as maintain bookkeeping, records, and payroll of the organization.   The ED will approve contracts and communicate with outside entities on behalf of New Brooklyn Theatre and the feath3r theory.  Compensation commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities of the Executive Director include but are not limited to:

-Design, develop, and implement fundraising strategies through individual donor cultivation, planning events (including the annual gala), and direct mail and digital campaigns

-Supervise and collaborate with organization staff

-Write and report grants in concert with the Artistic Director

-Directly report to the Board of Directors

-Sign all agreements made and entered into on behalf of the organization

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Deputy Director of Operations and Programming

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60K - 65K (commensurate with experience)
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February 5, 2020

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Deputy Director of Operations and Programming

Location: Bronx, NY    Type: Full-Time Exempt  

Salary: 60K - 65K (commensurate with experience)   Start Date: February/March 2020

 

BAAD! is a performance space at the nexus of art and community action, based in the Bronx since 1998.  Home to Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre, a contemporary dance company, BAAD! presents a variety of festivals, artists residencies, public programs and a children’s dance education program that highlight the bold contributions of people of color, women and queer artists.  

The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!) is seeking a Deputy Director of Operations and Programming to manage and develop our vibrant performing arts space. The Deputy Director will report to the Executive Director and work closely with the Artistic Director to provide senior day-to-day leadership to ensure that the operations of the performance space runs smoothly.  The Deputy Director manages all staff and BAAD!’s daily operations including finance, marketing, communications, and human resources.  While the primary responsibility of the Deputy Director is to ensure that administrative and not-for-profit management tasks of the organization are accomplished efficiently and effectively, it is essential to our mission that the Deputy Director be a co-creator of our organizational culture and actively engaged in our programming and stakeholder relationships.

 

Responsibilities 

  • Co-lead organization with co-founders through major strategic shift to expand capacity, increase funding, and develop organizational systems and procedures that align with mission
  • Direct day-to-day operations including administration, marketing, rentals program, and fiscal management to ensure financial health and long-term stability of organization with financial management company, ArtsPool 
  • Manage all administrative and production staff, interns, and volunteers
  • Work closely with the Executive Director and Development Associate to execute essential fundraising and board development efforts including grant applications 
  • Manage institutional calendar including programming schedule, space activity, and meetings 
  • Co-curate and manage the logistics of year-round programming of over 75 events at the theater and offsite. Guide the Programming Associate. 
  • Prepare all program goals and objectives, evaluate the progress of all staff, and provide support to achieve all project deliverables within required timeframe
  • Maintain partnerships and initiate new, local and national relationships in the arts and cross-sector
  • Work some evening and weekend performances
  • Increase visibility of organization by attending conferences and serving on grant selection committees

 

Qualities

  • Culturally curious and inspired by creative expression, community action and artist activism
  • Comfortable with complexity and able to remain grounded in creative chaos
  • Strongly interested in working with people of color, women, and LGBTQ+ communities
  • Self-starter, problem-solver, ambitious, and extremely detail-oriented 
  • Desire to deeply engage with Bronx-based performing artists, arts organizations, and cultural institutions
  • Experienced in navigating culturally diverse settings

 

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  • BA or BS. related field of study desired (i.e., performance, arts management, cultural studies)
  • Minimum of 4 years of experience working in the non-profit sector. Related field desired
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite, Google platforms, Mailchimp and general office programs
  • Knowledgeable of non-profit budgeting
  • Proficient in speaking and communicating in Spanish, not required but a plus
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MAKERCE ARTS

Job Title
2020 Curating & Events & Marketing Intern

Location
CHELSEA/New York City, New York

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United States

Region
NY Metro

Reference
Intern, Internship

Position type
Curating & Events & Marketing

Category
Apparel

Job Function
Intern / Entry-Level

Sales / Lines Offered / Events
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Internship
2020 Sales & Events & Marketing Intern
 
 
Design Your Future at MAKERCE ARTS
 
 
2020 CURATING & EVENTS & MARKETING Internship
 
 
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
 
2020 CURATING & EVENTS & MARKETING Internship position within MAKERCE ARTS business focused on GALLERY business.  Assist Gallery curation/events/marketing on day-to-day business needs.
 
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES/ACCOUNTABILITIES OF THE JOB:

Assist 2020 CURATING & EVENTS & MARKETING teams in market prior and during appointments or visitings or projects

Gallery set up and walk through presentations

Manage the art lines and market materials

Art handling, curations and sales to clients

Market order entry in online and order files

Cross check customer orders against internal records to ensure orders are correct

Partner with Customer Service/Allocations on accounts’ shipping needs

Project to create and develop for the special events

Take care of event visitors

Assist the art director to create social media contents, online, push & pull marketings

Follow up & make for the teamwork to develop the leaderships for some part of projects

 
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
        
Education: Enrolled in a Bachelors degree with relevant coursework
 
Skills:

Strong analytical skills

Ability to drive processes

Excellent time management and interpersonal skills

Organization and prioritization

Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint

 
 
MAKERCE ARTS or its subsidiary ("MKAT") is an equal opportunity employer and considers all applicants for employment on the basis of their individual capabilities and qualifications, consistent with applicable law and without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, age, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, military status or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law. In addition to complying with all applicable laws, MKAT also has a strong corporate commitment to inclusion, diversity and to ensuring that all current and future MKAT associates are compensated solely on job-related factors such as skill, ability, educational background, work quality, experience and potential. To achieve these goals, across the United States and its territories, MKAT prohibits any MKAT employee, agent or representative from requesting or otherwise considering any job applicant’s current or prior wages, salary or other compensation information in connection with the hiring process. Accordingly, applicants are asked not to disclose this salary history information to MKAT
 
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Researcher, Art Historian in Spain

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We are looking for someone to do research for us in Madrid.  This is an occassional research project,  not a full time work.

Those people should have a Master of Arts in Art History from a reputable university.

Be fluent in English.

Actually live within the city limits of  Madrid, not the far suburbs.

Preferably, have some experience doing research for pay (not just for school).

Preferabely have  the relevant  Paris art museum or municipal library cards.

 

 Each assignment is paid by the hour or a flat fee, by mutual agreement.

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Researcher, Art History

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We are looking for someone to do research for us in Paris.  This is an occassional research project,  not a full time work.

Those people should have a Master Library Science  from a reputable university.

Be fluent in English.

Actually live within the city limits , not the far suburbs.

Preferably, have some experience doing research for pay (not just for school).

Preferabely have  the relevant art museum or municipal library cards.

Preferabely retired librarian

All the projects will be paid by a flat fee or by an agreement made before the project 

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