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Chief Development Officer

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THE OPPORTUNITY:  The Chief Development Officer will work with an exceptionally dedicated and passionate leadership and program team and an engaged and supportive board of directors. This is a unique opportunity for an energetic and entrepreneurial development professional who brings credibility, creativity, and a genuine passion for the HSA mission.

The CDO will create and implement a strategy to increase philanthropic support through the development of targeted campaigns, individual giving, corporate and foundation grants and sponsorships, special events, planned giving, and government support. S/he must be able to craft and articulate a compelling case for support through effective storytelling about HSA’s programs, students, alumni, outreach, and impact.  The CDO will engage and manage HSA’s Board of Directors, communicating frequently and effectively with the Board to facilitate involvement with Development goals and initiatives (i.e. Board recruitment, special events, corporate/individual solicitations, etc.)

The CDO should be a comfortable front-line major gift fundraiser who is able to lead and motivate a comprehensive development team. S/he reports to the President and will work in close collaboration with colleagues in all disciplines. The CDO will work in partnership with the marketing department on the development of fundraising materials as well as with programs on identifying/narration of programs that can be used as anchors for fundraising. The CDO is responsible for the developing, tracking, and reporting of the development budget and will also work with the finance department on cash flow projections and ensure proper reconciliation of monies received. S/he will build, lead, and mentor a team of three which includes a Director of Institutional Giving, Development Officer, and Database and Prospect Research Coordinator, and Manager of Individual Giving (vacant). The CDO will make certain the database is kept to date and accurately managed to ensure that all fundraising activities are recorded. In addition to establishing a solicitation calendar, the CDO will develop a 12-month institution wide cultivation calendar comprised of programming and institutional marketing events/activities. S/he will oversee stewardship/cultivation and develop/maintain stewardship strategies for donor population. The CDO is responsible for the revision of proposals and reporting calendar. S/he will conduct prospect research and develop/maintain major donor prospects list. S/he may be required to do direct solicitation on behalf of HSA – sometimes in partnership with the president, colleagues, or board members.

FUNDING: HSA has an annual operating budget of approximately $5M, of which $2.5-3M is generated through philanthropy. The balance is received through earned income (tuition, fees, and rental revenue). Annual operating budget varies slightly from year to year.

IDEAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
  • At least ten years of experience in development leadership and implementation for a non-profit organization
  • Knowledge of NYC-area arts/youth/culture funding communities
  • Knowledge in developing and implementing fundraising campaigns
  • Demonstrated relationship management/major gift cultivation and solicitation skills
  • Success working with a board of directors
  • Familiar with best practices in fundraising
  • Genuine passion for the mission; able and willing to attend frequent evening/weekend activities and events
  • Both strategic and hands-on
  • Ability to build and maintain an organization wide culture of philanthropy
  • Able to lead, motivate, and elevate members of the development team
  • Dynamic, energetic, and goal-driven
  • Collaborative and collegial work style
  • Tech savvy and experience with CRM databases such as Raiser’s Edge and Neon

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Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance; paid annual leave plus holidays; and opportunity to participate in a company-sponsored retirement program.

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Lavish Luxe Ladies Dance Auditions

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Talent, positivity and plenty vibes!! Do you have what it takes to be an L3 member?!?
Come show us what you got!!!

Female dancers wanted!! All styles welcomed!!

Masks are Mandatory!!

Click below to RSVP. Hope you see you there!!!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lavish-luxe-ladies-auditions-tickets-146964503787

Lavish Luxe Ladies is a brand of versatile female dancers and choreographers. Though knowledgeable and skilled in numerous dance styles, soca lives deep in their core. They are based in New York City, however they have traveled nationally and internationally performing in a variety of events such as stage shows, parties and music videos. 

Since their inception in January 2016, Lavish Luxe Ladies took Trinidad carnival by storm dancing back up for Olatunji for the entire carnival season. They have since then been featured dancers with Machel Montano, Kerwin DuBois, Patrice Roberts, Lyrikal and Erphaan Alves, to name a few. 

When Lavish Luxe Ladies hits your stage, the energy and sex appeal are undeniable. After all, it’s the L3 way!!

Feel free to email LavishLuxeLadies@gmail.com with any questions, comments or concerns!!

 

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Auditions will be held in person on Sunday, April 11th at 1493 Park Place (entrance on Rochester Avenue), Brooklyn, NY.  It will begin PROMPTLY at 5pm. We suggest that you come 15 minutes early to register.
Listing Deadline: 
Monday, April 12, 2021

General Antiques Appraiser in Taiwan or in Hong Kong. 

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We are looking for General Antiques Appraiser in Taiwan or in Hong Kong. This is a remote work and a part time position.

He/She should have a Master of Arts in Art History from a reputable university.

Be fluent in English.

Preferably, has training and experience  by working as assistants to specialists in retail stores, galleries, and auction houses.

Answering our online appraisal requests.

Ensuring appraisal requests are handled to the highest standard of accuracy and in a timely manner. Experience from the art market as an appraiser with credentials from leading appraiser organizations.

Preferably with experience from doing online appraisals. Experience from searching in databases with art and antiques.

Ability to work independently, detail oriented, accurate, discreet, dependable and resourceful. Strong written communication skills and customer service minded.

Answer additional questions from clients. Track requests and make sure clients receive answers in a timely manner. Request further information from clients if necessary. Provide the clients with guidance on potential selling opportunities or buying opportunities.

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

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Researcher in The Getty Center, Art History

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We are a leading authority in the field of attribution, authentication, and appraisal of works of art. We work with auction houses, galleries, and museums around the world, and we also target our services to private work owners and collectors. We specialize in difficult attribution cases and review papers that have already been rejected as the original. Our priority is to achieve impartial results and ensure customer satisfaction.

Responsibilities

We are seeking an independent remote consultant who lives in Amsterdam for a workgroup dedicated to authenticating works of art and antiques, with flexible hours. It is an independent position. We will call you whenever we need to carry out an investigation in the Getty.

Requirements

The interested party must be graduated in Art History with a master’s or doctorate

Speak English fluently

Currently living within the limits of the city.

Preferably have some experience in researching works of art

Have the required access to the main art museums or municipal bookstores.

The researcher must know beforehand the main art libraries of the city

It is preferable that you are a pensioner.

 

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Mark DeGarmo Dance Remote Arts Administration, Fundraising, and Citizen Leadership Internships

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Mark DeGarmo Dance Arts Administration, Fundraising, and Citizen Leadership Internships

Mark DeGarmo Dance, a nonprofit organization deemed “a national model” by The National Endowment for the Arts, was founded in 1987 as Dynamic Forms, Inc. President Barack Obama commended Dr. Mark DeGarmo and the organization for “your service to your communities and the nation.” Its mission includes: educate our communities, especially children; create, perform and disseminate original dances, artistic and scholarly work; and build intercultural community through dance arts.

 MDD has produced over 100 dances and 30 international tours involving cultural diplomacy and exchange with 13 countries including Latin America, Europe and Russia. Our evidence-based education programs target NYC PreK-5th grade Title I public school students and communities of color without dance arts education. In 2019-2020, the organization served up to 3,500 students and classroom teachers in 5 public elementary schools in 3 NYC boroughs and reached approximately 2,200,000 individuals across all programs and outreach worldwide.

We seek MDD Arts Administration, Fundraising, and Citizen Leadership Interns to start immediately and throughout 2021. MDD Arts Administration, Fundraising, and Citizen Leadership Interns will work directly with the Operations, Marketing, and Archival Analyst and receive guidance from the Founder, Executive and Artistic Director Mark DeGarmo, Ph.D. This unpaid, volunteer internship offers an excellent opportunity to gain valuable real-life experience in nonprofit arts administration, operations, marketing, programming, and development with a leading New York City dance and dance education organization with a history of local, national, and international recognition, awards, and honors for its service, partnerships, and cultural diplomacy. The MDD Arts Administration Intern will support the organization’s daily administrative tasks, operations, and marketing and programming initiatives, as well researching, expanding, and updating outreach databases, and working on development-based expansion and fundraising projects.

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Organized with an acute attention to detail.

Clear communication, professionalism, and punctuality.

Superb written and verbal communicator with people skills.

Resourceful problem solver.

Ability to understand and follow directions.

Ability to adapt focus with shifting schedules and priorities.

Fast and enthusiastic learner with interest in outstanding achievement.

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Tech savvy with excellent computer skills including experience with MS Office suite (Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), plus Google Drive, Dropbox, Zoom, and more. Ability/desire to learn new technologies as needed, quickly and enthusiastically.

Experience using social media platforms to promote business activity and connections. Including but not limited to: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo.

Detail- and task-oriented and able to complete projects and assignments by given deadlines.

Interest in and knowledge of arts administration, dance and movement practices, and arts education a plus.

Fundraising experience and interest, a plus.

Bilingual Spanish, written and spoken, including native fluency, a plus.

Compensation:

This is an up to 10-15-hour per week unpaid internship position with possibility for college or other credit that you would arrange with your institution. This is a growth position within a heralded “learning organization” with the possibility to qualify interns for possible recommendations from dancer, choreographer, writer, and researcher Dr. Mark DeGarmo for professional advancement opportunities.

Application Instructions: 

Qualified candidates should email a professionally composed and proofread cover letter, résumé, and email and telephone contacts bulleting your relationship for 2 professional references from immediate work supervisors and a professor/teacher attesting that you have the requisite skills and qualifications; and 1 personal character reference attesting to your personal integrity, honesty, and attributes. Optional materials include: links to artistic performance and written work, as well as, media and press articles.

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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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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