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Art Fluent
Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, SHE.

Organization

Art Fluent

Website

http://www.art-fluent.com

More Info

Amy Matteson Neill

hello@art-fluent.com

5084191015

Fee to Apply

$25 first entry/$10 for each additional entry

Deadline to Apply

2/3/2023

Description

THEME
Throughout the ages, women have held the world on their shoulders. Females are the essence of life, representing softness, unconditional love, strength, courage, resilience, and hope- the world would not be what it is today without them. Femininity conjures up deep emotions and feelings that are just as vast and varied as there are people. And, in all the roles a woman symbolizes, she has been a constant source of inspiration to artists since the beginning of time. Show us SHE from your perspective.

CALENDAR
JPEGs due by Friday, February 3, 2023 at midnight MST.
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening by Friday, March 3, 2023.
AWARDS
All accepted pieces will be displayed in our online gallery at www.art-fluent.com
Best of Show: $750
Two Director’s Choice awards: $250 each

ENTRY FEE
$25 for first entry/$10 for each additional entry. You may enter up to 20 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance. For 3D work, there is no need to pay for additional entries for detail shots. Once your first entry is made, you may send additional views by email to hello@art-fluent.com.
ELIGIBILITY
This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Work that has been selected for previous exhibits with Art Fluent will not be considered.
RULES
Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Open to ALL fine art mediums -now including film/video (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood, digital art, film/video).
SELECTION PROCESS
Director’s choice. Each show is curated and juried by Creative Director, Amy Matteson Neill along with an anonymous committee of jurors. Please note, there is no personal feedback given by jurors.
ENTRY PROCEDURE
Entry is done through CaFÉ, a web-based service that allows artists to upload images and organize their artwork for submissions to galleries. To apply for a call, you must leave our website and go to the CaFÉ website at www.callforentry.org where you can create a FREE artist account. You will add your details and upload your images to CaFÉ and then you can submit work to SHE. If you have any questions, please contact us at hello@art-fluent.com we are happy to walk you through the process.
MEDIA PREPARATION
All images must be in JPEG/JPG format using CaFÉ guidelines. The image size must be 1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side. Maximum file size is 5 mb.
Accepted video formats include MOV, MP4, WMV. Aspect ratio 4:3 or 16:9, resolution minimum 640x480, maximum 1920 x1080, bit rate recommended above 240 kbps, recommended frame rate 30 fps. File size must be under 100 MB.
NOTIFICATION
Notification will be done by email, everyone who submits will be notified of the juror’s selections. If for any reason you do not hear from us by the notification date, please check the filters in your email account. Notification emails are sent to the email on file with CaFÉ.
SALES
All sales inquiries will be directed to the artist’s website. For any artwork that is sold, the artists receive 100% of the sale.
GIVING BACK
A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists.
REQUIRED FORMS
Cash awards over $600 are subject to federal income tax withholding within the United States. A W-9 form must be filled out by the winner and submitted to Art Fluent, Inc.
REGULATIONS
By entering our calls for art through CaFÉ you are agreeing to be added to Art Fluent's email list for forthcoming artist opportunities. By submitting images, you agree that the images are your own work, nothing copied, you own all rights to the images, and you take full responsibility for the content of all images, including the likeness of recognizable individuals. The actual artwork will remain the property of the artist, our mission is to promote artists and their work. Should your work be accepted, you grant Art Fluent the right to reproduce your image on our website, on social media, and where appropriate to help promote our online exhibitions. Art Fluent will always credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will not use your image for any other purpose without the artist’s permission.

How to Apply

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=10969

Link to Opportunity

https://www.art-fluent.com/she-prospectus

Posted

11/7/2022

Seattle Art Museum
Serves as curator of Japanese and Korean art, including: judging the authenticity and artistic value, and overseeing the care and presentation, of Japanese and Korean art collections from the prehistoric age to the 21st century; conceiving, organizing, and producing art exhibitions and installations; and building, researching, publishing and lecturing on the permanent Asian collection at the museum. Works with museum colleagues across three locations, collectors, and Board of Trustees to maximize the potential of the collection.

Organization

Seattle Art Museum

More Info

Ellie Vazquez

elliev@seattleartmuseum.org

Deadline to Apply

2/12/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description



JOB TITLE CURATOR OF JAPANESE AND KOREAN ART


OVERVIEW: Serves as curator of Japanese and Korean art, including: judging the authenticity and artistic value, and overseeing the care and presentation, of Japanese and Korean art collections from the prehistoric age to the 21st century; conceiving, organizing, and producing art exhibitions and installations; and building, researching, publishing and lecturing on the permanent Asian collection at the museum. Works with museum colleagues across three locations, collectors, and Board of Trustees to maximize the potential of the collection.

This position may be hired at the Associate Curator level or at the Curator level, depending on the qualifications and experience of selected candidate. Compensation will be in line with the level of the position.

SAM is dedicated to racial equity and strives for employees, volunteers, and interns who are passionate, qualified, and offer diverse perspectives. SAM prioritizes racial equity in the workplace because we know that people of color are the most impacted when it comes to inequities. We are particularly interested in engaging with historically under-represented groups in the museum field as we strive to be inclusive and equitable. SAM is responsive to cultural communities and experiences, and our strategic plan goals address the role art plays in empowering social justice and structural change to promote equity in our society.

FLSA STATUS: Exempt REPORTS TO: Deputy Director for Art

COMPENSATION: Associate Curator $65,291-$74,286 annual salary DOE
Curator $86,915-$130,375 annual salary DOE

BENEFITS: Full benefits package includes medical, vision, dental, life, LTD/AD&D insurance, subsidized transportation (ORCA business passport), museum membership, 403B retirement plan.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Collection
1. Research and document the Museum’s collection of Japanese and Korean art for object identification, display purposes, and publication. Consult with scholars, colleagues, dealers, and collectors.
2. Develop acquisition strategic plan; actively seek out and identify works and assist with fundraising for acquisitions. Cultivate collectors for possible gifts. Present potential acquisitions to Committee on Collections. Keep abreast of market availability and prices. Compile records for cataloguing and object identification.
3. Oversee and ensure professional care of permanent collection and loans with Registrar and Conservation Department; work with Conservation to identify conservation needs and treatment; work with Conservation and Museum Services to establish priorities for framing, mounting, and storage. Provide values for insurance purposes. Serve as a courier when appropriate. Identify objects for deaccessioning and manage the deaccessioning process.

Exhibitions
4. Organize exhibitions: identify themes that are of public and scholarly interest; prepare and manage budgets; research and write publications such as books, catalogues, articles, etc.; contact colleagues, private collectors, and others to identify materials that might be appropriate for exhibition; arrange loans through the Museum Services Department; participate in exhibition advisory meetings and other processes to comply with DEAI standards; collaborate with Development Department in writing grant proposals and seeking corporate and private support; collaborate with Education Division on interpretation and programming; assist with marketing materials and participate with press as needed. Seek out and implement exhibitions organized by other institutions.
5. Oversee installations: choose appropriate themes; prepare and manage budget; identify loans from collections to augment permanent collection display; work with design team to prepare layouts and during installation.
6. Write for in-gallery needs at level required for a range of audiences, including text panels, exhibition labels, gallery guides, etc. Share and present materials with Education, docents, and volunteers.

Community
7. Ensure increased community awareness, interest, and appreciation of Asian arts by conducting lectures, tours, and seminars. Build Museum’s reputation by collaborating with colleagues in other institutions, publishing in the field, and/or presenting papers at conferences.
8. Work closely with collectors, sharing expertise and encouraging high level of collecting.
9. Maintain contacts with visual arts institutions. Participate in regional, national, and international professional activities as appropriate.
10. Increase the level of community awareness, interest, and appreciation for art and the Museum.
11. Working with Development, assist fundraising efforts of the Museum in support of artistic program. Provide themes and text for grant reports; consult with experts in the field as advisors or contributors to grant projects. Establish long-term relationships with patrons; serve as primary contact when approaching patrons for support.
12. Collaborate with the University of Washington faculty advisory group to develop lectures and other programs for the Museum’s Gardner Center for Art and Ideas.

Administration/General
13. Collaborate with curators across three SAM locations and with colleagues in various Museum departments as appropriate.
14. Co-supervise SAAM departmental assistant. Select and supervise candidates for the Frances Blakemore & Griffith Way Internship for Japanese and Korean art.
15. Create and manage departmental and exhibition budgets; help obtain funding, assist in writing proposal texts and reports for grants.
16. Attend, participate in, and lead relevant meetings.
17. Work with the Board of Trustees and outside organizations as required.
18. Conform to the code of ethics governing the museum profession. Adhere to Museum policies and support management decisions in a positive and professional manner.
19. Represent the Museum with a high level of integrity and professionalism.
20. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
1. Ph.D. in Art History or related field with an emphasis in Japanese and Korean art highly preferred; consideration given to candidates with M.A. degree and extraordinary museum experience.
2. Minimum four years of relevant museum experience required.
3. First-hand experience judging the authenticity and artistic value, and overseeing the care and preservation, of Japanese and Korean paintings, calligraphy, sculpture, ceramics, lacquerware, and decorative arts from the prehistoric age to the 21st century; and conceiving, organizing, and producing exhibitions.
4. Knowledge of selection, intrinsic and market value, conservation, and exhibition of works of art, and of museum ethics and the legal regulations governing collecting.
5. Knowledge of Japanese/Korean art and cultural history and languages.
6. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively and project a professional image when giving and taking information in writing, in person, and over the phone and Zoom.
7. Demonstrated proficiency and accuracy using MS Office products, including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and other software programs such as The Museum System (TMS).
8. Ability to take initiative and prioritize tasks; excellent time-management, problem-prevention, and problem-solving skills.
9. Organizational ability with strong management and supervisory skills.
10. Ability to work with close attention to detail and to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
11. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with Board members, key donors, executives, management, colleagues, and the public.


WORKING CONDITIONS:
Exposure: Work areas are primarily inside, in a climate-controlled environment with light background noise. Work is occasionally performed at other indoor and outdoor sites. Extended work hours may be required, especially during exhibition preparations.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES REQUIRED FOR ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Stationary Work: Approximately 60% of time is spent stationary while working at a desk. Balance of time (approximately 40%) is spent moving around the work area. Occasional extended periods of standing may be required when assisting at Museum events.
Communication: Clear and effective communication with volunteers, donors, members, the public, and co-workers is necessary.
Moving: The ability to move up to twenty pounds on occasion is necessary for moving files, equipment, and supplies. Must be able to regularly position self to access files.
Office Work: Ability to effectively and regularly operate a computer, keyboard, and other office productivity machinery, such as copy machines and printers, and ability to inspect, prepare and use paperwork, files, equipment, and supplies is necessary.

Centering equity, diversity, and inclusion as an organization, and as individuals, Seattle Art Museum (SAM) is committed to ensuring that all employees and volunteers enjoy a respectful, inclusive, and welcoming workplace. SAM is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or any other protected class.
Please contact the Human Resources Department at (206) 654-3188 or HR@seattleartmuseum.org for additional information or to request reasonable accommodations for the application or interview process.

Offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check and proof that the applicant is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or qualifies for a testing exemption or accommodation.

TO APPLY: Please visit https://seattleartmuseum.applytojob.com/apply to submit SAM employment application, cover letter and resume.

Deadline: February 12, 2023

How to Apply

https://seattleartmuseum.applytojob.com/apply

Link to Opportunity

https://seattleartmuseum.applytojob.com/apply/3FXVRuI2rh/Curator-Of-Japanese-And-Korean-Art

Posted

11/14/2022

Art Fluent
Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, BRILLIANCE.

Organization

Art Fluent

Website

www.art-fluent.com

More Info

Amy Matteson Neill

hello@art-fluent.com

5084191015

Fee to Apply

$25 for first entry/$10 for additional entries

Deadline to Apply

3/11/2023

Description

THEME
Art plays with perceptions of light, which can challenge viewers with what they see and understand from each piece. Light can go beyond being just functional. It can also be deeply affecting. Uniquely used as both a tool and a subject to create certain effects and to elicit emotion.
Light levels can directly influence our mood and the feeling of atmosphere within artwork. As light works with shadow, it lends a sense of depth; with this, the work can feel complete. We celebrate light and all it can do in its role in art. Show us BRILLIANCE from your perspective.

CALENDAR
JPEGs due by Friday, March 10, 2023 at midnight MST.
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening by Friday, April 7, 2023.

AWARDS
All accepted pieces will be displayed in our online gallery at www.art-fluent.com
Best of Show: $750
Two Director’s Choice awards: $250 each

ENTRY FEE
$25 for first entry/$10 for each additional entry. You may enter up to 20 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance. For 3D work, there is no need to pay for additional entries for detail shots. Once your first entry is made, you may send additional views by email to hello@art-fluent.com.

ELIGIBILITY
This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Work that has been selected for previous exhibits with Art Fluent will not be considered.

RULES
Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Open to ALL fine art mediums -now including film/video (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood, digital art, film/video).

SELECTION PROCESS
Director’s choice. Each show is curated and juried by Creative Director, Amy Matteson Neill along with an anonymous committee of jurors. Please note, there is no personal feedback given by jurors.

ENTRY PROCEDURE
Entry is done through CaFÉ, a web-based service that allows artists to upload images and organize their artwork for submissions to galleries. To apply for a call, you must leave our website and go to the CaFÉ website at www.callforentry.org where you can create a FREE artist account. You will add your details and upload your images to CaFÉ and then you can submit work to BRILLIANCE. If you have any questions, please contact us at hello@art-fluent.com we are happy to walk you through the process.

MEDIA PREPARATION
All images must be in JPEG/JPG format using CaFÉ guidelines. The image size must be 1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side. Maximum file size is 5 mb.
Accepted video formats include MOV, MP4, WMV. Aspect ratio 4:3 or 16:9, resolution minimum 640x480, maximum 1920 x1080, bit rate recommended above 240 kbps, recommended frame rate 30 fps. File size must be under 100 MB.

NOTIFICATION
Notification will be done by email, everyone who submits will be notified of the juror’s selections. If for any reason you do not hear from us by the notification date, please check the filters in your email account. Notification emails are sent to the email on file with CaFÉ.

SALES
All sales inquiries will be directed to the artist’s website and/or contact information. For any artwork that is sold, the artists receive 100% of the sale.

GIVING BACK
A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists.

REQUIRED FORMS
Cash awards over $600 are subject to federal income tax withholding within the United States. A W-9 form must be filled out by the winner and submitted to Art Fluent, Inc.

REGULATIONS
By entering our calls for art through CaFÉ you are agreeing to be added to Art Fluent's email list for forthcoming artist opportunities. By submitting images, you agree that the images are your own work, nothing copied, you own all rights to the images, and you take full responsibility for the content of all images, including the likeness of recognizable individuals. The actual artwork will remain the property of the artist, our mission is to promote artists and their work. Should your work be accepted, you grant Art Fluent the right to reproduce your image on our website, on social media, and where appropriate to help promote our online exhibitions. Art Fluent will always credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will not use your image for any other purpose without the artist’s permission.

How to Apply

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11140

Link to Opportunity

https://www.art-fluent.com/brilliance-prospectus

Posted

12/2/2022

City of Auburn
The City of Auburn invites sculptors to submit applications for Auburn’s Downtown Sculpture Gallery. The works selected for this public art exhibition will be on loan to the City for a period of twelve months (12) and can be available for sale during that time.

Organization

City of Auburn

Website

http://www.auburnwa.gov/arts

More Info

Allison Hyde

ahyde@auburnwa.gov

2538045043

Deadline to Apply

3/16/2023

Description

2023-24 Downtown Sculpture Gallery

The City of Auburn invites sculptors to submit applications for Auburn’s Downtown Sculpture Gallery. The works selected for this public art exhibition will be on loan to the City for a period of twelve months (12) and can be available for sale during that time. Each selected artist will receive a $1,000 stipend. At the conclusion of the exhibition a sculpture from the exhibition may be purchased for inclusion in the City of Auburn’s permanent collection. The purchase budget is $10,000.

Eligibility
Open to work by professional artists or artist teams living or working in the Pacific Northwest (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California and Montana). Applicants may submit up to ten sculptures for consideration.

Duration of Installation
The selected sculpture will be on view for 12 months from September 2023 – September 2024.

Application deadline: March 16, 2022 at 10:59 p.m. Pacific Time

How to Apply

For more information and to apply, visit the online call to artists: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11225

Link to Opportunity

Posted

12/23/2022

Northwest African American Museum
The Northwest African American Museum seeks a dynamic, creative, and experienced professional to manage marketing, public relations, communications, media relations, and retail operations. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated success in marketing strategies and a commitment to public engagement, strong interpersonal communications, and leadership skills. This professional is an enthusiastic advocate for the Museum. The Marketing Director reports to the Museum’s President & CEO.

Organization

Northwest African American Museum

Website

www.naamnw.org

More Info

HR Recruiter

hr@naamnw.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description


The Role

The Northwest African American Museum seeks a dynamic, creative, and experienced professional to manage marketing, public relations, communications, media relations, and retail operations. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated success in marketing strategies and a commitment to public engagement, strong interpersonal communications, and leadership skills. This professional is an enthusiastic advocate for the Museum. The Marketing Director reports to the Museum’s President & CEO.

What you will do as the Marketing Director:

Marketing

• Lead general marketing for all museum programs, exhibitions, and events
• Produce and coordinate all marketing materials
• Provide leadership in developing, managing, and conveying the museum’s identity and mission through multimedia channels
• Lead the marketing vision of the museum that all marketing is organized, intentional, effective, and sustainable
• Develop and manage internal style guides, publication tools, and branding
• Create, gather, and edit the content for publications
• Lead the online and traditional media strategies (messaging, implementation, and analysis)

Public Relations

• Serve as a leading spokesperson to the media and broader community about the museum, along with the President & CEO
• Promote the museum’s collection, programs, activities, exhibitions, and facilities to local, national, and international media
• Maintain positive relations with media and directs the positive brand of the museum
• Build ongoing public interest and support for the museum
• Communicate with the museum’s external audiences, along with the President & CEO
• Oversee the execution of the museum’s marketing and communications initiatives to drive public engagement
• Maintain and improve media contacts and outreach functions
• Respond to press inquiries, arrange interviews, develop story lines and articles
• Develop and coordinate ongoing publicity and media relations strategy to present a positive, professional, and consistent image to museum stakeholders, the industry and the general public

Communications

• Oversee the museum’s brand and messaging, and internal and external communication strategies
• Lead copywriting for press releases, marketing materials, graphics, and other forms of media outreach
• Facilitate audience and visitor growth in support of the museum’s mission and goals by managing all outgoing and incoming communication
• Provide all content and project management for all museum publications to ensure a smooth transition to print or exhibition of this information

Social Media & Website

• Thoughtfully position the museum as an active participant in all relevant social media platforms by facilitating the museum’s social media platforms
• Manage the museum’s website content and technical operations

Audience and Institutional Research

• Track attendance metrics and data, evaluates visitor satisfaction and trends
• Provide data-driven leadership to improve museum outcomes

Creative and Graphic Design

• Guide the creative development aspects involved across campaigns, including visuals, museum commercials and multimedia projects
• Guide and support videography and photography work of the museum
• Produce high quality graphic designs, flyers, and marketing/media content for the museum

Retail Operations

• Manage all aspects of retail operations of museum


What You Bring:

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in a relevant field of study; preference will be given to candidates with a Master’s degree in Marketing or related field
• Demonstrated written, oral, interpersonal, and communication skills (including editing ability), Strong computer skills with MS Office Suite, Google and other software systems
• Exceptional organizational skills, with the ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Experience with managing staff, volunteers, and educational projects
• Available to work evenings and weekends
• Seven years’ experience in a related field
• Demonstrated knowledge in planning and conducting marketing and communications campaigns
• Demonstrated knowledge of brand management
• Must be able to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
• A deep knowledge, passion, and appreciation for African American history and culture
• A demonstrated commitment to accuracy and attention to detail
• Strong ability to be creative and think critically
• Self-starter with strong organizational skills
• Ability to multitask and meet deadlines



What we offer:

NAAM offers a generous benefits package for you to thrive

• Company paid health, vision, and dental
• Relocation bonus (if applicable)
• A variety of paid vacation, personal, and holiday days
• Work/ Life Balance including a flexible work schedule and remote work with approval
• Working with a diverse and inclusive community of belonging, where you are empowered to bring your ideas to the table and act
• Full support to expand your skills, enhance your expertise, and maximize your potential along your career journey
• This is Full-Time position





If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.



About NAAM

The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) is a regionally prestigious institution that deeply matters to people as remarkable, visionary and relevant space where we open minds and change lives through African American history, art, and culture. Since opening in 2008, hundreds of thousands of visitors have come to the museum to view our permanent and rotating exhibitions, participate in dynamic public programs, or take part in private events. Located within Seattle’s Central District, NAAM is a premier African American museum in the Pacific Northwest region. Our institutional values are:

• RESPECT: We value mutual respect in all our interactions.
• DIVERSITY: We value creating a safe place for bold and meaningful exploration of diverse viewpoints with—and within communities of African descent.
• LEARNING: We value education and learning as powerful lifelong tools for engagement, growth, and vitality, and we seek to infuse learning opportunities in all museum activities.
• PARTNERSHIP: We value working in partnership with others to foster exchange with the community.
• EXCELLENCE: We value the highest professional museum practices and standards of excellence.
• INCLUSION: We value multigenerational and multicultural inclusion and provide an accessible experience.


Equal Opportunity Employer

The Northwest African American Museum provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.



How to Apply

If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.naamnw.org/employment-opportunities

Posted

1/6/2023

Northwest African American Museum
The Event and Facility Rental Coordinator is responsible for planning and organizing events and/or meetings for NAAM. All functions related to the usage of NAAM spaces by external groups for events (i.e., meetings, wedding, receptions, performances) as well as assist with NAAM’s internal event usage (i.e., exhibition openings, public programming, fundraisers). Additionally, providing oversight and operational decision making for set-up / post event activities, security / catering oversight. The Events and Facility Rental Coordinator reports to the Operations Director.

Organization

Northwest African American Museum

Website

www.naamnw.org

More Info

HR Recruiter

hr@naamnw.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

The Role

The Event and Facility Rental Coordinator is responsible for planning and organizing events and/or meetings for NAAM. All functions related to the usage of NAAM spaces by external groups for events (i.e., meetings, wedding, receptions, performances) as well as assist with NAAM’s internal event usage (i.e., exhibition openings, public programming, fundraisers). Additionally, providing oversight and operational decision making for set-up / post event activities, security / catering oversight. The Events and Facility Rental Coordinator reports to the Operations Director.



What you will do as the Events & Rentals Coordinator:

Events & Facilities Rental

• Build and promote NAAM’s events and facility rental opportunities to maximize rental use and increase revenue
• Collaborate with Marketing Director to implement creative marketing plans that bring in new groups and individuals to use the Museum’s available rental spaces
• Collaborate with the Education & Engagement Director to produce museum programs and educational events
• Act as ambassador for NAAM to build and sustain relationships with individuals, and organizations to further the objectives of the room usage
• Compile and organize prospective customer leads and cultivate these prospects
• Respond timely to all inquiries, prepare, and negotiate contracts, obtain all necessary documentation, and maintain comprehensive event files
• Manages relationships with current clients with the goal of gaining repeat business
• Follow up with clients after their event. Allow an opportunity for feedback regarding recommendations for improvement and facility configuration
• Process copies along with deposits to accounting to prompt invoice process.
• Provide facility tours and room/venue layouts to potential/contracted clients
• Supervise, schedule and train staff as necessary to assist with the room usage program
• Work closely with other Museum departments and personnel to coordinate and plan internal events; determine event needs for food, equipment, room set-up, volunteer staffing, etc.
• Contract directly with catering services ensuring service and product compatibility, high guest service satisfaction and acceptable profitability for NAAM
• Ensure all inspections and credentials are complied with prior to events (catering services/fire, liability coverage)
• Coordinate calendar of activities with appropriate NAAM staff, external vendors, and internal vendors to ensure adequate personnel are available to meet any scheduled events needs
• Work with Operations Director to ensure scheduled events are recorded and maintained on Master Calendar
• Coordinate departmental strategic planning, goal setting and on-going evaluation.
• Research and analysis of past events, using them as a benchmark for recommendations and improved future use
• Responsible for the preparation and maintenance of Event Department budget
• Maintains appropriate project files and records
• Work with Event staff to evaluate all events for quality, attendance, cost effectiveness, etc.

Other Duties

• Provide friendly and courteous service to Museum visitors
• Responds to visitor inquiries requesting information about upcoming events, current exhibits, future exhibits, and the Museum’s mission and history

What You Bring:

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or combination of skills and experience
• Minimum of two to three years of professional experience in business event planning, event rentals, party planning or other relevant experience
• Excellent writing, speaking, interpersonal skills and customer service skills
• Experience in creating plans, budgets, and timelines
• Initiative driven with the ability to work effectively within a team or independently
• Agile within a dynamic and changing work environment
• Availability to work nights, weekends, and holidays to coordinate events and facilitate events onsite
• Ability to pass a criminal background check
• Ability to lift at least 25 lbs. (tables, chair stacks, load in posts, etc.)

What we offer:

NAAM offers a generous benefits package for you to thrive

• Company paid health, vision, and dental
• A variety of paid vacation, personal, and holiday days
• Work/ Life Balance including a flexible work schedule and remote work (when applicable)
• Working with a diverse and inclusive community of belonging, where you are empowered to bring your ideas to the table and act
• Full support to expand your skills, enhance your expertise, and maximize your potential along your career journey
• This is a Full-Time position




If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.



About NAAM

The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) is a regionally prestigious institution that deeply matters to people as remarkable, visionary, and relevant space where we open minds and change lives through African American history, art, and culture. Since opening in 2008, hundreds of thousands of visitors have come to the museum to view our permanent and rotating exhibitions, participate in dynamic public programs, or take part in private events. Located within Seattle’s Central District, NAAM is a premier African American museum in the Pacific Northwest region. Our institutional values are:

• RESPECT: We value mutual respect in all our interactions.
• DIVERSITY: We value creating a safe place for bold and meaningful exploration of diverse viewpoints with—and within communities of African descent.
• LEARNING: We value education and learning as powerful lifelong tools for engagement, growth, and vitality, and we seek to infuse learning opportunities in all museum activities.
• PARTNERSHIP: We value working in partnership with others to foster exchange with the community.
• EXCELLENCE: We value the highest professional museum practices and standards of excellence.
• INCLUSION: We value multigenerational and multicultural inclusion and provide an accessible experience.


Equal Opportunity Employer

The Northwest African American Museum provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

How to Apply


If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.naamnw.org/employment-opportunities

Posted

1/6/2023

Northwest African American Museum
The Facility Coordinator is responsible for overall building maintenance inside and out, all event setup and break down (onsite and offsite), and preventative and on-going maintenance. The position works to complete assignments in a timely manner on self-assigned tasks or tasks assigned by Operations Director. Responsibilities related to facility operations include the appearance, operation and maintenance of the Museum’s building, outdoor grounds, mechanical systems, and related structures. Primary maintenance responsibilities include building, grounds, fire protection system, HVAC systems, museum equipment, and other mechanical, electrical, and building systems. This job reports to the Operations Director.

Organization

Northwest African American Museum

Website

www.naamnw.org

More Info

HR Recruiter

hr@naamnw.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

The Role

The Facility Coordinator is responsible for overall building maintenance inside and out, all event setup and break down (onsite and offsite), and preventative and on-going maintenance. The position works to complete assignments in a timely manner on self-assigned tasks or tasks assigned by Operations Director. Responsibilities related to facility operations include the appearance, operation and maintenance of the Museum’s building, outdoor grounds, mechanical systems, and related structures. Primary maintenance responsibilities include building, grounds, fire protection system, HVAC systems, museum equipment, and other mechanical, electrical, and building systems. This job reports to the Operations Director.


What You Will Do as the Facilities Coordinator:


• Be responsible for overall building maintenance inside and out, graffiti removal, event setup and break down, and preventative and on-going maintenance support
• Complete assignments in a timely manner on self-assigned tasks or tasks assigned by the Operations Director, based on the Museum’s operational activities and special projects
• Hands-on maintenance of the Museum’s physical plant; monitor and ensure the proper operation of key mechanical and electrical systems; perform assigned periodic maintenance; maintain orderliness and cleanliness in mechanical and electrical spaces
• Maintain operational procedures in compliance with all safety practices for the well-being of staff, volunteers, and visitors, and assist in maintaining the high standards of the Museum facilities
• Develop an advanced working knowledge of Museum security and/or safety systems and equipment
• Review, oversee and maintain the Museum facilities and grounds
• Maintain regular schedules for daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual maintenance and repairs
• As scheduled, perform security functions, including conduct daily inspections of artwork; investigate and prepare reports on all incidents which result in loss or damage to objects of art or Museum facilities, or injury to Museum visitors and staff; maintaining a positive relationship with the Seattle Police and Fire Departments and the museum’s private security
• Performs the functions of a security specialist as required. Responsibilities related to security include access control, protection of the Museum building and objects of art and public safety.
• Assist museum staff and event staff with after-hours facility use (may involve work hours to midnight) as needed
• Set up and tear down furniture, equipment, and supplies for all events, programs, and meetings
• Maintain supply inventories for facility, maintenance, and HVAC needs
• Place orders for operations, facility, and maintenance supplies; purchase supplies and equipment
• Additional duties as assigned in support of the museum

What You Bring:


• 2 years college educational background and/or certifications in maintenance, repair, construction, or other trade skills; experience may be substituted for educational requirement
• Minimum of two years of experience in building / facility maintenance and operations
• Ability to prioritize tasks and work under pressure to meet scheduled and unscheduled deadlines
• Self-starter with ability to identify, prioritize and execute projects in absence of Operations Director
• Moderate computer skills including logging on to systems, ability to communicate by email, ability to compose documents, enter database information, and download forms
• Able to develop and maintain a working knowledge of the operations and maintenance of security, electrical and mechanical systems
• Able to use hand and power tools and understand and demonstrate the use of basic safety skills for using those tools
• Able to work at heights while using ladders, scissor-lifts, etc.
• Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license
• Must be capable of driving museum vehicles
• Must be able to provide oversight and lead the work of volunteers, contractors, and vendors
• These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job
• Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus
• Ability to multitask and meet deadlines


What we offer:

NAAM offers a generous benefits package for you to thrive

• Company paid health, vision, and dental
• Relocation bonus (if applicable)
• A variety of paid vacation, personal, and holiday days
• Work/ Life Balance including a flexible work schedule and remote work (when applicable)
• Working with a diverse and inclusive community of belonging, where you are empowered to bring your ideas to the table and act
• Full support to expand your skills, enhance your expertise, and maximize your potential along your career journey
• This is Full-time position




If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.



About NAAM

The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) is a regionally prestigious institution that deeply matters to people as remarkable, visionary, and relevant space where we open minds and change lives through African American history, art, and culture. Since opening in 2008, hundreds of thousands of visitors have come to the museum to view our permanent and rotating exhibitions, participate in dynamic public programs, or take part in private events. Located within Seattle’s Central District, NAAM is a premier African American museum in the Pacific Northwest region. Our institutional values are:

• RESPECT: We value mutual respect in all our interactions.
• DIVERSITY: We value creating a safe place for bold and meaningful exploration of diverse viewpoints with—and within communities of African descent.
• LEARNING: We value education and learning as powerful lifelong tools for engagement, growth, and vitality, and we seek to infuse learning opportunities in all museum activities.
• PARTNERSHIP: We value working in partnership with others to foster exchange with the community.
• EXCELLENCE: We value the highest professional museum practices and standards of excellence.
• INCLUSION: We value multigenerational and multicultural inclusion and provide an accessible experience.


Equal Opportunity Employer

The Northwest African American Museum provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.



How to Apply

If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.naamnw.org/employment-opportunities

Posted

1/6/2023

Northwest African American Mueseum
The Northwest African American Museum seeks an attentive, highly professional, reliable, and efficient Guest Services Officer to provide outstanding customer service support for Museum admissions by creating a friendly, welcoming, and informative environment for all museum visitors. This professional is responsible for revitalizing our front desk and front of house operations – upselling store merchandise to guests, providing excellent customer service, supporting volunteers. We are seeking a positive-spirited, high-energy leader to help transform our front of house operations. The Guest Services Officer delivers all levels of admissions service including providing excellent customer service at the front desk, accurately processing admissions, and operating the museum’s POS system, and selling tickets, retail merchandise, and memberships. This professional effectively communicates and engaged with guests, making them feel welcomed and inspired to join as members. This job is a .80 FTE (32 hours).

Organization

Northwest African American Mueseum

Website

www.naamnw.org

More Info

HR Recruiter

hr@naamnw.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Part time

Description

The Role

The Northwest African American Museum seeks an attentive, highly professional, reliable, and efficient Guest Services Officer to provide outstanding customer service support for Museum admissions by creating a friendly, welcoming, and informative environment for all museum visitors. This professional is responsible for revitalizing our front desk and front of house operations – upselling store merchandise to guests, providing excellent customer service, supporting volunteers. We are seeking a positive-spirited, high-energy leader to help transform our front of house operations. The Guest Services Officer delivers all levels of admissions service including providing excellent customer service at the front desk, accurately processing admissions, and operating the museum’s POS system, and selling tickets, retail merchandise, and memberships. This professional effectively communicates and engaged with guests, making them feel welcomed and inspired to join as members. This job is a .80 FTE (32 hours).

What you will do as the Front Desk Associate:

• Ensures the proper maintenance and care of the Museum Gift Store which includes assisting with purchasing merchandise and supplies, creating displays of products, tracking inventory, submitting monthly reports, and maintaining the POS system
• Warmly greet and assist customers while anticipating their needs
• Operates a register and handles cash and credit card transactions
• Count, organize, and balance cash drawer; fill out the cashier slip; and make deposits
• Ensures security and presentation of museum’s front of house assets
• Maintains excellent customer service and positive attitude
• Maintains Guest Services supplies and information materials
• Tracks attendance and provides regular reports
• Warmly welcome guests to programs and special events
• Works with the Education and Education Director to recruit, retain, train, assign, train, and recognize NAAM’s volunteers
• Support front desk and program volunteers
• Assist with program and special event set-up, and membership sales during programs and events
• Other duties and tasks as assigned

What You Bring:

• Bachelor’s degree or professional certification appropriate to the position, or equivalent combination of experience and education
• Excellent customer service, interpersonal, organizational, and supervisory skills
• Proficient in use of technology, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher)
• Must be available to work evenings and weekends
• Sales goal oriented, adept at multi-tasking
• Strong interpersonal communication skills
• Proven experience in cash handling
• Basic math and counting skills required
• Must be able to work independently with limited supervision
• Requires occasional lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling of up to 25 lbs.



What we offer:

NAAM offers a generous benefits package for you to thrive

• Working with a diverse and inclusive community of belonging, where you are empowered to bring your ideas to the table and act
• Full support to expand your skills, enhance your expertise, and maximize your potential along your career journey





If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.



About NAAM

The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) is a regionally prestigious institution that deeply matters to people as remarkable, visionary, and relevant space where we open minds and change lives through African American history, art, and culture. Since opening in 2008, hundreds of thousands of visitors have come to the museum to view our permanent and rotating exhibitions, participate in dynamic public programs, or take part in private events. Located within Seattle’s Central District, NAAM is a premier African American museum in the Pacific Northwest region. Our institutional values are:
• RESPECT: We value mutual respect in all our interactions.
• DIVERSITY: We value creating a safe place for bold and meaningful exploration of diverse viewpoints with—and within communities of African descent.
• LEARNING: We value education and learning as powerful lifelong tools for engagement, growth, and vitality, and we seek to infuse learning opportunities in all museum activities.
• PARTNERSHIP: We value working in partnership with others to foster exchange with the community.
• EXCELLENCE: We value the highest professional museum practices and standards of excellence.
• INCLUSION: We value multigenerational and multicultural inclusion and provide an accessible experience.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The Northwest African American Museum provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.


How to Apply

If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.naamnw.org/employment-opportunities

Posted

1/6/2023

Northwest African American Museum
The Northwest African American Museum seeks a responsible and attentive Security Guard. This position ensures the safety and security of museum’s visitors, staff, volunteers, property, and grounds. Additionally, this position actively supports the museum’s rental events. The Security Guard will be people-centered and team-oriented with strong interpersonal communication skills, exemplary customer service, and a hands-on positive attitude. This job reports to the Operations Director and is .87 FTE (35 hours).

Organization

Northwest African American Museum

Website

www.naamnw.org

More Info

HR Recruiter

hr@naamnw.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Part time

Description

The Role

The Northwest African American Museum seeks a responsible and attentive Security Guard. This position ensures the safety and security of museum’s visitors, staff, volunteers, property, and grounds. Additionally, this position actively supports the museum’s rental events. The Security Guard will be people-centered and team-oriented with strong interpersonal communication skills, exemplary customer service, and a hands-on positive attitude. This job reports to the Operations Director and is .87 FTE (35 hours).


What you will do as the Security Guard:

Security

● Patrol museum grounds to ensure safety of visitors, staff, volunteers, property, and grounds according to museum policies and procedures
● Respond and investigate calls and incidents, observed or dispatched, in a respectful, fair, and consistent manner. Respond to and investigate all security issues incidents including, but not limited to, disruptive behavior and other violations of museum policies and procedures
● Maintain an open mind to challenges and be agile with solutions
● Have a positive attitude while maintaining the integrity of the events



What you bring:

• Higher Educational attainment
• Must be 18 years of age or older
• Proven experience in providing excellence in security services (previous military or law enforcement experience preferred)
• Proven success to deescalate confrontational situations using verbal skills
• Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
• Positive attitude, versatility, collaborative, honesty, integrity, trustworthiness, and team spirit
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to write complete reports outlining the circumstances of incidents encountered on duty
• Availability to work evenings and weekends as well as other assigned museum events
• Able to perform walking and static patrols; walking includes stairs and ramps
• Able to lift at least 25 lbs.
• Ability to successfully pass a background inquiry



What we offer:

NAAM offers a generous benefits package for you to thrive

• Working with a diverse and inclusive community of belonging, where you are empowered to bring your ideas to the table and act
• Full support to expand your skills, enhance your expertise, and maximize your potential along your career journey




If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.



About NAAM

The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) is a regionally prestigious institution that deeply matters to people as remarkable, visionary, and relevant space where we open minds and change lives through African American history, art, and culture. Since opening in 2008, hundreds of thousands of visitors have come to the museum to view our permanent and rotating exhibitions, participate in dynamic public programs, or take part in private events. Located within Seattle’s Central District, NAAM is a premier African American museum in the Pacific Northwest region. Our institutional values are:

• RESPECT: We value mutual respect in all our interactions.
• DIVERSITY: We value creating a safe place for bold and meaningful exploration of diverse viewpoints with—and within communities of African descent.
• LEARNING: We value education and learning as powerful lifelong tools for engagement, growth, and vitality, and we seek to infuse learning opportunities in all museum activities.
• PARTNERSHIP: We value working in partnership with others to foster exchange with the community.
• EXCELLENCE: We value the highest professional museum practices and standards of excellence.
• INCLUSION: We value multigenerational and multicultural inclusion and provide an accessible experience.


Equal Opportunity Employer

The Northwest African American Museum provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.



How to Apply

If this sounds like you, please apply online at HR@naamnw.org. Please include title of job applying for, brief cover letter, and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.naamnw.org/employment-opportunities

Posted

1/6/2023

The Curator's Salon
Call for Art for Art Seen Magazine - an international publication available in print and digital formats.

Organization

The Curator's Salon

Website

https://thecuratorssalon.com/submissions

More Info

Gita Joshi

artseen@thecuratorssalon.com

Fee to Apply

£30

Deadline to Apply

2/15/2023

Description

Art Seen is an international art publication delivered in print and digital formats. Call for artists working in painting, drawing, sculpture, installation art, fiber art, mixed media and printmaking.for the Summer 2023 issue due to be published in May 2023. All submissions are considered for all areas of the magazine including interviews and studio visits.

How to Apply

Submit up to 4 images along with a bio and statement about your art.

Link to Opportunity

https://thecuratorssalon.com/submissions

Posted

1/6/2023

MoPOP
Under the direction of the Director of Facilities and Museum Operations, the Swing Shift Sr. Supervisor of Security Services is responsible for a comprehensive, multi-site museum protection program for people, objects, and the facility. This role will oversee the onsite operations and scheduling of our third-party Security partners to ensure that museum standards for safety and customer service are met. They are responsible for the overall security of MoPOP visitors and staff during the Swing Shift and effectively and holistically transition the security team between shifts. This role is primarily Tuesday – Saturday (3:30pm – 12:00am) with flexibility dependent on the MoPOP Event schedule.

Organization

MoPOP

Website

www.mopop.org

More Info

Lisa McKay

lisam@mopop.org

2062623528

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Why MoPOP?
We’re really glad you’re thinking about joining the team at MoPOP! We believe pop culture is a universal language capable of building connections across a range of people, no matter our differences in race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, ability, education, socio-economic status, ethnicity, country of origin, or any other characteristic that makes us who we are. For more than twenty years, we have been showcasing how music, film, fashion, video games, sports, and more spark those connections and create a lasting cultural impact.

MoPOP provides both a physical space and an emotional and intellectual opportunity for people from any background to explore, find and build community, and recognize their own creative potential. This applies not only to our guests, but also to our staff — be it in designing an educational program to engage the next generation of creators, trying to reach a new audience with a marketing initiative, preserving an artifact in our collection, or providing excellent customer service to a visitor. If this sounds like something you’d be into, we’d love to hear from you!

MoPOP’s Mission and Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility
Our mission is to make creative expression a life-changing force by offering experiences that inspire and connect our communities. A nonprofit grounded in five core values — open arms, creative exchanges, light bulb moments, pursuing excellence, and excitement — MoPOP is actively committed to ongoing learning in the areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA). In partnership with our community, we hope to also develop safe spaces for their application. This includes taking steps to continue increasing our awareness of institutional “-isms,” as well as uncovering and undoing the ways they show up in museum culture. We recognize this is a process that requires intentionality, energy, and resources, and we are developing a DEIA framework that can cultivate a work environment and museum experience that is truly welcoming for all.

We are committed to creating an inclusive and equitable workplace, and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We believe that having staff, interns, and volunteers with diverse backgrounds enables us to better meet our mission and encourage BIPOC, women, and LGBTQIA+ individuals to apply. We acknowledge that our work to build safe spaces and better systems for traditionally marginalized groups is ongoing and will require constant vigilance and expect all MoPOP employees to be part of our DEIA journey.

Position Summary:
Under the direction of the Director of Facilities and Museum Operations, the Swing Shift Sr. Supervisor of Security Services is responsible for a comprehensive, multi-site museum protection program for people, objects, and the facility. This role will oversee the onsite operations and scheduling of our third-party Security partners to ensure that museum standards for safety and customer service are met. They are responsible for the overall security of MoPOP visitors and staff during the Swing Shift and effectively and holistically transition the security team between shifts. This role is primarily Tuesday – Saturday (3:30pm – 12:00am) with flexibility dependent on the MoPOP Event schedule.


Essential Job Duties (other duties as assigned):

• Oversee Security Services swing shift including supervision of third-party contractors in a manner that provides our guests with a safe and superb guest experience, and to ensure MoPOP security procedures are upheld to the highest standards.
• Work with our internal Event Managers and third-party Security partners to generate the schedule and secure the appropriate number of security personnel at the appropriate experience levels required for each shift.
• Create event security post maps based on event security needs for all internal and external event schedules.
• Provide ongoing training for both MoPOP employees and third-party Security officers on MoPOP security standards.
• Maintain records of actual third-party staffing and reconcile to monthly billings from Security vendors, route billings to the MoPOP system for payment.
• Perform rounds, secure areas, and provide directional information to guests and vendors of MoPOP.
• Monitor/audit all cameras and access control systems for optimal performance.
• Monitor department activities, track trends, and suggest improvements based on data.
• Ensure that incidents occurring during the swing shift are responded to in a prompt and professional manner, in line with MoPOP policies and procedures, and documented accurately and timely.
• Review all Daily Shift Reports/Logs and follow up as needed. Write or review incident and accident reports.
• Sustain effective cross-departmental working relationships for optimal collaboration.
• Support our internal culture which inspires and empowers our staff to live our mission to its highest standards.
• Contribute to a consistent customer high level service standard across all departments.
• Work to ensure customer service is ingrained at the core of the team and is reflected outward to our guests and other staff.
• Commit to participating in anti-racism work, learning about the ways institutional racism impacts the workplace, and supporting teammates in operationalizing DEIA strategies in the department

Qualifications:
• Minimum of two years of demonstrated supervisory experience in a public, interactive setting. Experience in facility, crowd management and event security required.
• Detail-oriented, with strong organizational skills, comfortable managing a continuous workflow in a high volume, multi-tasking environment.
• Ability to work well under pressure with little or no supervision to carry out the duties of the position.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment with a dynamic range of people.
• Solid leadership skills, positive role modeling to staff and ability to bring out the best in our people.
• Strong customer service and problem-solving skills.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Must be able to work irregular hours, holidays, weekends and callouts.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Benefits
This regular full-time position includes Medical/Vision insurance, Dental insurance, Life/AD&D/LTD insurance, Vacation, Sick, Floating Holidays, Company Holidays, EAP, and transportation benefits.
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Please email jobs@mopop.org if you need a reasonable accommodation during the application or hiring process.

How to Apply

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=63127&clientkey=F92B512A03014D8D68A8910278240902

Link to Opportunity

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=63127&clientkey=F92B512A03014D8D68A8910278240902

Posted

1/6/2023

City of Tacoma
The City of Tacoma is looking for an artist or team to create an Art Plan for the Tacoma Mall Area. This area is slated for tremendous growth and has been designated a Regional Growth Center (one of two in Tacoma). It is also located on top of the South Tacoma Aquifer, which provides supplemental drinking water for the City. With a subarea plan adopted in 2018 and several public investments underway, the neighborhood is well-positioned for much needed improvements to support a healthy, thriving population center within Tacoma. An Art Plan will help create a vision and roadmap for art and culture interventions to support the growth of the neighborhood over the next 10-15 years, starting with the currently-underway Madison District Green Infrastructure Project. The Art Plan and resulting artworks should support a healthy and connected community, be informed by robust community engagement, and be in alignment with existing plans.

Organization

City of Tacoma

Website

http://www.cityoftacoma.org/ArtsOpps

More Info

Rebecca Solverson

rebecca.solverson@cityoftacoma.org

(253) 591-5564

Fee to Apply

free

Deadline to Apply

2/9/2023

Description

The City of Tacoma invites artists and/or artist teams to submit qualifications to create an art plan – with a budget of $30,000 – for the Tacoma Mall area. The project is funded through the Madison District Green Infrastructure Project, a permeable pavement streetscape project led by the City’s Environmental Services Department, as part of the City’s 1 Percent for Art program which dedicates 1 percent of construction costs from public capital projects to the creation of public art.

Designated as one of 29 Puget Sound Regional Growth Centers, the Tacoma Mall area is slated for significant growth over the next 10 to 15 years. It is also located over the South Tacoma Aquifer, which provides supplemental drinking water for Tacoma.

“With a subarea plan adopted in 2018 and several public investments underway, the Tacoma Mall area is well-positioned for strategic improvements to support a healthy, thriving population center within our city,” said Mayor Victoria Woodards. “With robust public engagement by the selected artists, we strive to further define our community’s vision for the identity and character of this key location.”

Applicants must be 18 years or older, reside in the states of Washington or Oregon, and have demonstrated experience in the specialized area of public art planning. The deadline for submissions is February 8, 2023. Interested artists and/or artist teams are encouraged to attend an optional Zoom info session on January 18, 2023 from noon - 1 PM. Access details to the Zoom info session will be shared on the City’s official social media platforms when available.

Questions or requests for information in alternate formats may be directed to Rebecca Solverson at rebecca.solverson@cityoftacoma.org or (253) 591-5564.

How to Apply

Application details are available at cityoftacoma.org/ArtsOpps.

Link to Opportunity

https://tacomaarts.submittable.com/submit

Posted

1/6/2023

art gallery PKULTRA
Volunteer one hour each first Thursday at Seattles most unique art gallery.

Organization

art gallery PKULTRA

Website

www.instagram.com/art_gallery_pkultra

More Info

Artsworker

pkp3@uw.edu

12342060111

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Volunteer

Description

3-4pm each first thursday in Belltown. Read and share exhibition information.

How to Apply

Contact gallery artsworker at pkp3@uw.edu

Link to Opportunity

Share this description

Posted

1/6/2023

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (posted by Catherine French Group)
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides leadership and vision to ensure that SYSO fulfills its mission and achieves its goals for artistic, educational, organizational, and financial success. The ED is responsible and accountable for all aspects of the organization, including: strategic planning; fundraising; artistic administration; finance and administration; marketing, communications, and public relations; education programs; concert production; human resources; and community engagement.

Organization

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (posted by Catherine French Group)

Website

http://www.syso.org

More Info

Christopher Wingert

cwingert@catherinefrenchgroup.com

(202) 965-0999

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra invites applications and nominations for the position of Executive Director, available in early 2023.

The Organization
http://www.syso.org

Founded in 1942, Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (SYSO) is one of the largest and most highly regarded youth orchestra training programs in North America. The organization creates access to music education for more than 1,800 young people each year and its membership reflects the rich diversity of the greater Seattle community. Through six youth orchestras, two summer festival programs, a conservatory program, and extensive partnerships with public schools and community groups, SYSO creates music engagement opportunities for more than 35,000 young musicians, family members, audience members, and patrons each year.

SYSO’s mission is to harness the power of music education to provide young people with pathways to artistic excellence, intellectual development, and emotional growth. SYSO’s vision is to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment for young people publicly performing in ensembles large and small throughout the greater Seattle area. SYSO envisions a youth orchestra community that advances equitable artistic practices, uplifts all musicians, and provides them with educational experiences connected to their lives and communities.

SYSO enjoys a prestigious reputation as a high caliber orchestra and counts many acclaimed professional musicians among its alumni, including three founding members of the Kronos Quartet. In addition to the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra, SYSO includes five training orchestras: the Junior Symphony; the Debut Symphony; the Symphonette; the Prelude String Orchestra; and MY Southwest. SYSO’s newest program, MY Southeast, is an orchestra designed for string and percussion students and is offered without fee to applicants in middle through high school.

In addition to the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra and its training orchestras, SYSO provides a wide variety of other opportunities for young musicians. These programs include the SYSO Summer Music day camp and innovative public school partnerships such as the Musical Pathways Project, which provides equitable access to high-quality music instruction to youth from low-income households.

Advanced students can have an intensive musical experience in orchestra and chamber music during SYSO’s nationally recognized two-week summer festival, Marrowstone Music. A merger with the Seattle Conservatory of Music now enables SYSO to encourage, guide, and prepare young musicians who aspire to professional careers.

SYSO is a unique and extraordinarily multifaceted organization. It is similar to a private school with a diverse parent and student base; it is an arts organization with earned income from ticket sales from concerts, events, and festivals; it is akin to a university with an extensive alumni and parent/grandparent network; and it is similar to a youth development organization with a focus on underserved populations.
By awarding more than $100,000 in financial aid annually, SYSO ensures that every talented student from age seven to 22 is able to participate in the program that is right for them, regardless of the student’s financial resources.
SYSO has an operating budget of $2.2 million and is governed by a Board of 15 volunteers that includes professional musicians, educators, and community leaders. Additional support is provided by an active parent association. Juan Felipe Molano has served as Music Director of SYSO since 2019. The Executive Director and the Music Director lead a team of eight staff members, four conductors, and more than 30 music coaches.
The City

Nicknamed “The Emerald City,” Seattle is surrounded with majestic mountains, sparkling bodies of water, and lush greenery year-round. Many say the region’s verdant landscapes and plentiful rain are what drive the innovative spirit of this city. With music, art and culture, Fortune 500 companies, philanthropy, social justice, geo-political initiatives, education, food, coffee, public parks and spaces, engineering, architecture, ferries, island life, and conservation, Seattle continues to be at the epicenter of innovation. Both Forbes and AARP name Seattle one of the top three “Most Livable Large Cities in America.” Seattle’s diverse population of more than 4 million also ranked #2 among “The Most Literate Cities in the Country.” All these qualities and assets make Seattle a great place to live, work, and visit.

Seattle is a city that highly values the intersectionality of the arts, culture, economy, and social impact. Arts and culture generate more than $2.4 billion in economic activity in the state of Washington every year and create more than 35,000 jobs, many of them in Seattle. For more than 80 years, SYSO has been a part of the fabric of the city.

The Position

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides leadership and vision to ensure that SYSO fulfills its mission and achieves its goals for artistic, educational, organizational, and financial success. The ED is responsible and accountable for all aspects of the organization, including: strategic planning; fundraising; artistic administration; finance and administration; marketing, communications, and public relations; education programs; concert production; human resources; and community engagement. The ED works with the Board and the Music Director to set strategic priorities and ensure the operational success of artistic and educational programming. The ED develops and implements a budget for Board approval and with the Board ensures that the organization has the resources needed to succeed within that budget.

The Executive Director partners with the Music Director and oversees the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all SYSO programs and services. The ED ensures that appropriate operational support is provided to coaches, music staff, and guest artists. The ED fosters an environment that allows the Music Director and artistic staff to do their best work and to provide excellent music education and experiences to all participants in SYSO’s programs.

The Executive Director oversees SYSO’s comprehensive development program in order to achieve revenue growth and sustainability to support program operations, to maintain strong cash reserves, and to build the Board-designated endowment fund. The ED supervises the Director of Development and works with the Development Committee of the Board to establish fundraising and cultivation strategies that advance SYSO’s strategic priorities. In partnership with the Board, Music Director, Development Director, and key stakeholders, the ED works to grow SYSO’s donor base through direct cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of key donors.

The Executive Director recruits, supervises, motivates, and evaluates a high-caliber administrative staff, ensuring that the hiring and personnel policies are consistent with SYSO’s organization-wide commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The ED develops and implements annual operating plans to achieve the goals and objectives identified in SYSO’s strategic plan. The ED ensures that SYSO’s technological infrastructure meets the operating needs of the organization.

The Executive Director is a spokesperson and advocate for SYSO throughout the Seattle community. The ED represents SYSO with local and state government, school boards, community organizations, and other arts and cultural organizations throughout the area. The Executive Director is an active participant in the life of the greater Seattle community.

Candidate Profile

The ideal candidate will be a visionary leader with a deep commitment to music education, substantive experience working with talented young people, and a proven record of success as senior executive of a not-for-profit music or arts organization. The candidate will have a strong working knowledge of music,
repertoire, concert production, and orchestra operation. Experience as a performing musician, though not required, would be an asset.

The candidate will have demonstrated their commitment to the principals of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and have successful experience implementing programs that ensure DEIB and anti-racism goals are achieved across the organization.

The successful candidate will have excellent financial management skills with the demonstrated ability to develop, manage, and balance annual operating budgets. The candidate will be an enthusiastic fundraiser who has had successful experience achieving or exceeding goals for foundation grants, annual fund, and endowment campaigns, corporate sponsorships, and special project fundraising.

The successful candidate will be an advocate for the value and importance of music education for all young people. The candidate will be able to speak and write persuasively about SYSO. The candidate will have experience guiding and mentoring young musicians.

The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills. The candidate will have experience working with a volunteer Board of Trustees and recruiting volunteer leadership. The successful candidate will have excellent supervisory skills, the ability to foster teamwork, and the willingness to nurture and develop staff. The candidate will be a strategic thinker, a superb listener, and a skilled communicator.

The successful candidate will be energetic, optimistic, and curious. The candidate will be a mature leader with integrity, high ethical standards, and a strong commitment to transparency. The candidate will welcome the opportunity to provide leadership to an outstanding youth orchestra program.

This is a full-time position that requires attendance at weekend and evening rehearsals, concerts, and events.

Compensation

The salary range for this position is $125,000 to $140,000 depending on qualifications and experience. SYSO offers a benefit package that includes full healthcare coverage, paid vacation, and a matching retirement fund contribution.

How to Apply

The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access in all facets of the organization. The Search Committee seeks to develop a diverse candidate pool and welcomes nominations and applications from all qualified candidates regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, or national origin.

Applicants are asked to prepare a cover letter that describes your specific interest in the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra and outlines your qualifications for the position. Submit with a resume and contact information for at least three professional references. Electronic submissions are requested. All applications will be treated as confidential and references will not be contacted without the candidate’s knowledge and agreement.

Please send materials to:

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra – Executive Director
c/o Catherine French Group
2500 Q Street NW, Suite 623
Washington, DC 20007
applications@catherinefrenchgroup.com

Please submit material in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format

Link to Opportunity

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1j8XWKNDoZDK2hH7SoeV-tX1nh-sw1QG-/view?usp=share_link

Posted

1/6/2023

ArtsFund
The Engagement Coordinator will be part of a development team that raises $3 million annually. The Engagement Coordinator will serve in a critical role, reporting to the Annual Giving Manager, but working closely with the Vice President of Development, Database Coordinator, Board members, sponsors, and donors. This full-time position is responsible for logistics related to ArtsFund’s annual event, Pop-Up events, the ArtsFund Visionaries (young professionals donor program), ArtsFund’s workplace giving initiatives, and department-wide event planning. The position will also assist with event registrations, donor stewardship, mailings, and general office tasks as required. ArtsFund staff are currently working remotely with a flexible remote work policy in development.

Organization

ArtsFund

Website

https://www.artsfund.org/

More Info

Linda Madison

jobs@artsfund.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Title: Engagement Coordinator

Department: Development

Reports to: Annual Giving Manager

ArtsFund supports the arts through leadership, advocacy, and grantmaking in order to build a healthy, equitable, and creative Washington. ArtsFund defines the work we do and how we advance our mission through the following values.
• Ignite Passion for the Arts: We believe arts and culture inspire, empower, and transform individuals and communities.
• Promote Equitable and Inclusive Communities: We believe the arts should be accessible to all and reflect, represent, and engage the entire community.
• Innovate through Collaboration and Leadership: We believe our impact and relevance, and that of the arts sector, are deepened though continuous learning, creative leadership, and strategic partnerships.
• ArtsFund is an equal-opportunity employer: We are committed to workforce diversity. LGBTQIA, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Summary
The Engagement Coordinator will be part of a development team that raises $3 million annually. The Engagement Coordinator will serve in a critical role, reporting to the Annual Giving Manager, but working closely with the Vice President of Development, Database Coordinator, Board members, sponsors, and donors. This full-time position is responsible for logistics related to ArtsFund’s annual event, Pop-Up events, the ArtsFund Visionaries (young
professionals donor program), ArtsFund’s workplace giving initiatives, and department-wide event planning. The position will also assist with event registrations, donor stewardship, mailings, and general office tasks as required. ArtsFund staff are currently working remotely with a flexible remote work policy in development.

Key Priorities
Serve as the logistics coordinator for ArtsFund’s annual event:
• Oversee communications with vendors (i.e. venue, caterer, valet, etc.).
• Work with Annual Giving Manager to track event registration in the Raiser’s Edge Database and produce guest lists as needed.
• Coordinate with Annual Giving Manager and Database Coordinator to organize and coordinate all incoming reservations, issue invoices, and track payments.
• Serve as primary point of contact for all event-related inquiries.
• Assist with management of front-of-house and tables on day of event.
• Greet and check-in guests, handling any last-minute issues. Plan donor stewardship and cultivation events:
• Plan and execute Pop-Up events with ArtsFund’s Cultural Partners three times per year.
• Prepare event budgets and coordinate with vendors to arrange venues, programming, on-site services, drinks, and catering as needed.
• Coordinate internal and external speakers as needed.
• Send invitations and manage registrations.
• Oversee set-up and clean-up at event venues and manage virtual platforms for online events.
Manage the ArtsFund Visionaries (AFV), a young professionals donor program:
• Organize quarterly AVF Exclusives! events and assist in facilitating casual quarterly networking events in
partnership with the AFV Culture Council.
• Solicit new members and maintain relationships with a portfolio of current Visionaries.
• Send out the quarterly ArtsAccess newsletter with promotions from our Cultural Partners.
• Create and maintain print and digital promotional materials, including the Visionaries webpage. Coordinate workplace giving campaigns and employee engagement efforts:
• Partner and collaborate with workplace giving contact(s) to envision campaign-related events.
• Identify and cultivate prospective workplace campaigns.
• Maintain ArtsFund’s profile on workplace giving platforms.
• Create and maintain print and digital promotional materials.

Other responsibilities:
• Assist the Database Coordinator in maintaining records in the database.
• Assist the Communication & Digital Marketing Manager with social media communications.
• Perform other administrative duties as assigned.

Requirements:
• Excellent relationship-building and customer service skills
• Exceptional written and oral communication skills
• Organization and attention to detail
• Reliability, ability to meet deadlines
• Professional demeanor and tact
• Ability to work in a high-paced atmosphere
• Confidentiality
• Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
• Ability to learn and operate Raiser’s Edge database
• Ability to learn quickly, collaborate and work independently
• Ability to work remotely with reliable internet access (hardware will be provided)
• Ability to work standard office hours in our Seattle office as needed
• Ability to work occasional nights and weekends
• Proof of work eligibility

ArtsFund values personnel diversity and considers lived experience an essential skill to organizational success.
Candidates must value diversity and the perspective of multiple backgrounds as they approach their work.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, or commensurate experience
• At least two years related professional experience
• Event planning experience, including budgeting, working with vendors, and day-of execution
• Volunteer management experience
• Strong digital communications skills including working with social media and MailChimp
• Experience with Raiser’s Edge or similar fundraising software
• Access to a vehicle is helpful for event set up but not required

Work Environment and Conditions
This is a full-time, exempt position. The ArtsFund staff currently works according to a hybrid workplace schedule. ArtsFund reserves the right to alter location work requirements at any time. Applicants must have the ability to commit to a consistent schedule within standard office hours, Monday through Friday; the ability to work remotely with reliable internet access (hardware will be provided); and to work in the state of Washington.

Compensation
The salary range is $45,000 - $50,000, based on skills and experience. Generous benefits and PTO package including health/dental insurance 100% paid by the employer, 403(b) with up to 4% match, transportation/parking stipend, three weeks' vacation to start, plus an additional two weeks where the entire office closes (week of New Year and week of July 4th).

To Apply
ArtsFund recognizes that an individual's lived experience is a valued skill set, and we aim to diversify the voices of all decision-makers on our staff to best reflect the stakeholders that we serve. ArtsFund is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to workforce diversity. LGBTQIA, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. The position will remain open until filled. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artsfund.org, subject line " Engagement Coordinator: your name." No phone calls, please; only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

How to Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artsfund.org, subject line " Engagement Coordinator: your name." No phone calls, please; only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.artsfund.org/about-arts-fund/work-at-artsfund/

Posted

1/13/2023

ArtsFund
The Grants Coordinator will be a critical part of a team that distributes over $3 million in grants annually. The Grants Coordinator is a critical administrative role, reporting to the Senior Grants Manager, but working closely with the Vice President of Grantmaking. This full-time position is responsible for supporting the grant allocations process, maintaining the grants database, and providing reports and information as necessary to the Grants Team and other departments. Note that ArtsFund is currently working remotely with no set date for a return to the office.

Organization

ArtsFund

Website

https://www.artsfund.org/

More Info

Linda Madison

jobs@artsfund.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Title: Grants Coordinator

Department: Grantmaking

Reports to: Senior Grants Manager

ArtsFund supports the arts through leadership, advocacy, and grantmaking to build a healthy, equitable, and creative Washington.
At ArtsFund:
• We believe that arts and culture are a tool for social change.
• We believe in arts and culture as an economic driver that creates jobs and revitalizes communities through interconnectedness with the entire Washington economy.
• We believe in promoting equity by centering those most impacted by systemic oppression, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities.
• We believe that communities benefit when youth and families are engaged in the arts.
• We believe that strong data, both quantitative and qualitative, can drive meaningful advocacy and change narratives.
• We believe that the arts bring people together with different experiences and that convening is essential for healthy communities.
• ArtsFund is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workforce diversity. LGBTQIA, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Summary
The Grants Coordinator will be a critical part of a team that distributes over $3 million in grants annually. The Grants Coordinator is a critical administrative role, reporting to the Senior Grants Manager, but working closely with the Vice President of Grantmaking. This full-time position is responsible for supporting the grant allocations process, maintaining the grants database, and providing reports and information as necessary to the Grants Team
and other departments. Note that ArtsFund is currently working remotely with no set date for a return to the office.

Key Priorities
• Support the Grant Allocations process by scheduling interviews, updating applications, and other materials, and performing preliminary reviews of grant applications.
• Prepare award letters and other grants-related correspondence with arts organizations.
• Coordinate logistics and materials for grant committee meetings.
• Maintain Wizehive grants database, updating information, producing reports, and helping to create grants applications in the system.
• Compile and prepare grant allocations data and other grants-related special projects as assigned.
• Maintain and update grants spreadsheets.
• Work with the communications department to keep grant content on the website updated.
• Work with the finance team to process grant payments and other related tasks.
• Support post-award grants administration; manages administrative problems and/or budget changes occurring during the awarded granting period.
• Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Knowledge/Abilities/Requirements
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to determine informational needs, collect and analyze information, and devise and develop statistical analyses and reports.
Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgments.
• Ability to work closely with a diverse group of stakeholders including board members, staff, the general public, and cultural partners.
• Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and manage multiple deadlines effectively.
• Strong computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and
especially database management.
• Maturity, cooperativeness, confidentiality, and discretion are essential.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to work collaboratively as well as independently.
• Commitment to fostering an inclusive and welcoming professional environment.

Preferred
• A Minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience in general office support, preferably in the nonprofit sector.
• Experience with Microsoft Office 365.

Work Environment and Conditions
This is a full-time (40-hour a week), hourly, non-exempt position. The ArtsFund staff currently works according to a hybrid workplace schedule. ArtsFund reserves the right to alter location work requirements at any time. Applicants must have the ability to commit to a consistent schedule within standard office hours, Monday through Friday; the ability to work remotely with reliable internet access (hardware will be provided); and the ability to work in our Seattle office for in-person work.

Compensation
Salary range of $40,000 - $45,000, based on skills and experience. Generous benefits and PTO package including health/dental insurance 100% paid by the employer, 403(b) with up to 4% match, transportation/parking stipend, three weeks’ vacation to start, plus an additional two weeks where the entire office closes (week of New Year and week of July 4th).

To Apply
ArtsFund recognizes that an individual's lived experience is a valued skillset, and we aim to diversify the voices of all decision-makers on our staff to best reflect the stakeholders that we serve. ArtsFund is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workforce diversity. LGBTQIA, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. The position will remain open until filled. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artsfund.org, subject line "Grants Coordinator: your name." No phone calls, please; only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

How to Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artsfund.org, subject line "Grants Coordinator: your name." No phone calls, please; only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.artsfund.org/about-arts-fund/work-at-artsfund/

Posted

1/13/2023

ArtsFund
The Finance and Operations Manager serves in a critical finance and administrative role, reporting to the Vice President of Finance & Operations, and works closely with all departments within the organization. This full-time, non-exempt position provides accounting, payroll, and office operations support. The Finance and Operations Manager work according to a hybrid workplace schedule. ArtsFund reserves the right to alter location work requirements at any time.

Organization

ArtsFund

Website

https://www.artsfund.org/

More Info

Linda Madison

jobs@artsfund.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Title: Finance and Operations Manager

Department: Finance / Operations

Reports to: Vice President of Finance & Operations

ArtsFund supports the arts through leadership, advocacy, and grantmaking in order to build a healthy, equitable, and creative Washington. At ArtsFund:
• We believe that arts and culture are a tool for social change.
• We believe in arts and culture as an economic driver that creates jobs and revitalizes communities through its interconnectedness with the entire Washington economy.
• We believe in promoting equity by centering those most impacted by systemic oppression, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities.
• We believe that communities benefit when youth and families are engaged in the arts.
• We believe that strong data, both quantitative and qualitative, can drive meaningful advocacy and change narratives.
• We believe that the arts bring people together with different experiences and that convening is essential for healthy communities.
• ArtsFund is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to workforce diversity. LGBTQIA, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Summary
The Finance and Operations Manager serves in a critical finance and administrative role, reporting to the Vice President of Finance & Operations, and works closely with all departments within the organization. This full-time, non-exempt position provides accounting, payroll, and office operations support. The Finance and Operations Manager work according to a hybrid workplace schedule. ArtsFund reserves the right to alter location work requirements at any time.

Key Priorities
• Support finance operations: prepare bank deposits, coordinate, and post cash receipts, process accounts payable, reconcile credit card transactions, assist with budget preparation and tracking.
• Coordinate financial data and assist with monthly financial statements, month-end and year-end close
• Assist with preparing schedules and supporting documentation for the annual audit cycle.
• Process ADP payroll transactions for new hires, leave of absence, employee changes, timesheets, and other payroll activities.
• Serve as the communication point between staff and office building management or outside tech management.
• Support smooth office operations through front desk reception, which includes phone system management; pick up, sort, and distribute mail; order and maintain office supplies, etc.
• Perform other related administrative duties as assigned.

Knowledge/Abilities/Requirements
• General understanding of accounting principles in a nonprofit setting
• Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word
• Familiarity with Sage Abila (MIP) Online or other Sage Accounting Software
• Experience working with HRIS systems, ADP Run, or Workforce Now is a plus
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work collaboratively as well as independently
• Ability to work remotely with reliable internet access (hardware will be provided)
• Ability to work standard office hours Monday to Friday in our Seattle office
• Commitment to fostering an inclusive and welcoming professional environment

Preferred
• Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field or commensurate experience
• Experience with Sage Abila (MIP) Online
• Experience with Microsoft Office 365

Work Environment and Conditions
This is a full-time, exempt position. The ArtsFund staff currently works according to a hybrid workplace schedule. ArtsFund reserves the right to alter location work requirements at any time. Applicants must have the ability to commit to a consistent schedule within standard office hours, Monday through Friday; the ability to work remotely with reliable internet access (hardware will be provided); and to work in the state of Washington.

Compensation
The salary range is $60,000 - $70,000, based on skills and experience. Generous benefits and PTO package including health/dental insurance 100% paid by the employer, 403(b) with up to 4% match, transportation/parking stipend, three weeks' vacation to start, plus an additional two weeks where the entire office closes (week of New Year and week of July 4th).

To Apply
ArtsFund recognizes that an individual's lived experience is a valued skill set, and we aim to diversify the voices of all decision-makers on our staff to best reflect the stakeholders that we serve. ArtsFund is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to workforce diversity. LGBTQIA, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. The position will remain open until filled. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artsfund.org, subject line " Finance & Operations Manager: your name." No phone calls, please; only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

How to Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artsfund.org, subject line " Finance & Operations Manager: your name." No phone calls, please; only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Link to Opportunity

Posted

1/13/2023

Friends of Waterfront Seattle
The Assistant Production Manager supports the organizational and onsite operations functions of the Public Programs team, ensuring efficiency and consistency in implementing department processes, onsite tasks, and communication. This role also provides logistical support for all internal and external events with various complexities.

Organization

Friends of Waterfront Seattle

Website

https://waterfrontparkseattle.org/

More Info

Mark Meuter

mark@waterfrontparkseattle.org

(425) 448-0385

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Assistant Production Manager
Public Programs · Seattle, Washington
ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER

About Friends of Waterfront Seattle

Friends of Waterfront Seattle (Friends) is the nonprofit partner to the City of Seattle that is helping to fund, steward, and program a new 20-acre public space along the downtown shoreline. Designed to provide access to the water, green spaces, elevated views, and cultural and recreational opportunities, Waterfront Park will be a place where residents from around the region and visitors from around the world can connect with nature and with one another. Park construction is underway and is scheduled for completion in 2025. The rebuilt Pier 62 opened in the fall of 2020 and is being actively programmed by Friends.

As the nonprofit responsible for sustaining and programming the park in perpetuity, Friends aims to create inclusive spaces for community-driven cultural events, recreational activities, and educational opportunities that feel welcoming and safe for all people—particularly Black and Indigenous people, people of color, and other underserved communities.

Friends recognizes and acknowledges historic and existing systemic racism embedded in our city. We are committed to becoming an anti-racist organization by prioritizing racial equity within the organization and in the public spaces we operate.

Waterfront Park is situated on the land of the Coast Salish peoples, who have resided here since time immemorial and continue to thrive. With respect and humility, we acknowledge the history of the waterfront, the dispossession of land from the Coast Salish people, and, most importantly, the strength and resilience of Native people and their culture through this history and to the present. This acknowledgment serves as only the first step in honoring the land we occupy and the first peoples on that land. We recognize that the work to build and repair relationships with Native communities will be long and evolving.

The Role

The Assistant Production Manager supports the organizational and onsite operational functions of the Public Programs team, ensuring efficiency and consistency in implementing department processes, onsite tasks, and communication. This role also provides logistical support for all internal and external events with various complexities.

Reporting to the Production Manager and a member of the Public Programs team, this position requires continual demonstration of the following core competencies:

Support the Production Manager and Program Leads with all aspects of production for institutionally driven programming and external partners to create high quality events.
Commitment to maintaining an institutional standard for guest experience and level of service.
Ability to build consistent pathways for interdepartmental communication and collaboration. This includes collaboration and coordination with staff, partners, artists, vendors, and other constituencies to ensure successful execution of all events.

This is a new role at Friends that will manage and support all activities planned, with various levels of complexity. This is a high-volume environment where work productivity, efficiency, and effective communication skills are a must.

This position also provides subject matter expertise to departments hosting events or other activations representing Friends of Waterfront.

Responsibilities

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

Contribute to an inclusive workplace culture; adhere to and help evolve Friends’ Community Agreements.
Propel a culture of inclusion while collaborating cross departmentally within Friends.
Engage in regular conversations about race and equity through all-staff meetings, trainings, and a DEI book club.
Ensure Friends’ diversity, equity and inclusion values are upheld and advanced in the production of events.
Support our internal culture which inspires and empowers our staff to live our mission to its highest standards.

Event Production Support

Ensure the safety of all guests, performers, and personnel within this position’s areas of responsibility.
Advance all aspects of the event including technical rider and event schedules. Complete all additional tasks as assigned by Production Manager.
Participate and/or conduct planning, client, staff, post-event, and production meetings, to ensure professional coordination of event production and activities for all programs.
Participate in site visits and ongoing communication with upcoming clients to develop planning that most closely meets the needs of the event.
Ensure that staff and partners are briefed on event and installation details.
Assess and implement process improvement opportunities to enhance the workflow and eliminate redundancies around events.
Demonstrate flexibility, creative thinking, problem solving, and fiscal responsibility in decision making.
Work to ensure DEI values are ingrained at the core of the decision making and are reflected outward to our guests and other staff.
Establish high quality of service and execution standards when working with the public, artists, clients, performers, staff, and vendors.
Complete annual training and certification deemed necessary for the onsite roles and responsibilities.

Administrative Coordination & Team Building

Manage daily communications with internal departments, be a resource for other teams, and represent the Production team's perspective where necessary.
Coordinate with peers, other departments, and clients to respond to questions, concerns and resolve operational issues.
Adhere to organizational financial standards for the procurement, tracking, expensing and recording of expenses for all events within their area of responsibility.
Communicate and represent Friends effectively while navigating varying professional standards that range from a causal event atmosphere to meetings with City and organizational partners.

Minimum Qualifications

A minimum of three years of experience working in the events, arts, and/or entertainment industry.
Experience and familiarity with technical production and live event operations.
Ability to lead, work within a team, and delegate.
Excellent organizational skills with a high-level of attention to detail and the ability to support and manage multiple stakeholders and projects.
Willingness to operate with a flexible schedule. Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Willing and able to work in different work environments, including shared office spaces, as well as outside, exposed to prevailing weather conditions for events.
Familiarity with using virtual meeting and collaboration platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom.
Experience and demonstrated responsibility with financial data-entry, budget administration, and/or account reconciliation.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel

Desired Qualifications

Familiarity with creating event layouts and floor plans using CAD software (SketchUp, AutoCAD or Vectorworks).
Additional experience in event and venue operations and technical production, preferably in the arts, or entertainment fields.
Familiarity working with a wide variety of art and culture performances, including marketplaces, encouraged.
Demonstrated ability to lead and supervise a crew, including stage managers.
Ability to handle stress and stay organized, focused, and customer service oriented when faced with multiple deadlines.
Experience with project management software (Asana, Smartsheet)
Experience with accounts payable software (e.g., Beanworks) a plus
Certifications, 2+ years of college education, and/or additional work experience a plus but not required

Compensation and Benefits

The Assistant Production Manager is a full-time, seasonal, exempt position. (March 2023-October 2023.) The annual salary range for this position is $55,000 to $74,000. Paid time off, health and dental coverage, and transit pass are provided. Defined contribution retirement plan with 3% match available.


Work Environment

This role is in Seattle, WA. Friends has office space located in Pioneer Square. The administrative portion of the position is currently a hybrid of remote and in-office work (approx. 50%), while the other 50% will be required to be in-person at Waterfront Park. Summer programming season requires a higher percentage of time at Waterfront Park.

Job Requirements

Ability to individually lift 50lbs, stand for an extended period of time, climb ladders, work with hand tools.Ability to walk to various park locations, that may require climbing stairs, and traveling a minimum of 1 mile of waterfront property.
Legal Driver’s License for movements from the various Friends facilities.
Ability to work for an extended period in outdoor environmental conditions consisting of wind, rain, snow, and heat.
Must be willing to work a flexible schedule as determined by business volume.
Ability to pass a background check.

To Apply

Friends is committed to improving hiring practices to be more inclusive and anti-ableist. We have reviewed the job requirements and only include physical abilities when completely necessary. During the interview process, we email the panel questions ahead of time. We are also able to provide captioning and/or interpretation (e.g. ASL) if requested. If you need specific assistance and/or accommodation during the application or recruiting process due to a disability, please let us know by emailing our People & Culture team at dei@waterfrontparkseattle.org.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

How to Apply

To Apply

https://friendsofwaterfrontseattle.bamboohr.com/careers/52

Friends is committed to improving hiring practices to be more inclusive and anti-ableist. We have reviewed the job requirements and only include physical abilities when completely necessary. During the interview process, we email the panel questions ahead of time. We are also able to provide captioning and/or interpretation (e.g. ASL) if requested. If you need specific assistance and/or accommodation during the application or recruiting process due to a disability, please let us know by emailing our People & Culture team at dei@waterfrontparkseattle.org.



Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Friends is committed to improving hiring practices to be more inclusive and anti-ableist. We have reviewed the job requirements and only include physical abilities when completely necessary. During the interview process, we email the panel questions ahead of time. We are also able to provide captioning and/or interpretation (e.g. ASL) if requested. If you need specific assistance and/or accommodation during the application or recruiting process due to a disability, please let us know by emailing our People & Culture team at dei@waterfrontparkseattle.org.



Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Link to Opportunity

https://friendsofwaterfrontseattle.bamboohr.com/careers/52

Posted

1/13/2023

Teatro Zinzanni - SODO PARK run
POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for working the backstage area of the show at the direction of the Stage Manager. The Backstage Manager manages daily backstage needs like staging of props, artist entrance, timings of stage moves, and other technical needs. They are on headset during the show, overseeing and performing all stage moves. They are responsible for all backstage paperwork and prepare and manage this during rehearsals.

Organization

Teatro Zinzanni - SODO PARK run

Website

zinzanni.com

More Info

Annie Jamison

production-jobs@zinzanni.com

(206) 802-0015

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Responsibilities and Duties:
Prep days before rehearsal
●With Stage Manager (SM)- load in the props and scenic elements
●With SM and others- train on all show moves
●Prepare the working tracking sheet of props and prop perishables
●Set up backstage artist needs
●Become familiar with the site and location
Rehearsal Process:
●Prepare rehearsal each day for what is being scheduled to rehearse
●Keep daily notes on the production needs from rehearsal and apply them into the
production paperwork for the run of the show
●Help SM wrangle the artists for rehearsal
●Help SM track all restaurant notes
●Enter notes in the daily Rehearsal Notes document
●Attend daily Production Meetings, read through Rehearsal Notes and amend them
as needed with input from design team
●Lock up and secure the rehearsal spaces each night
●Attend Paper Tech
●Work with fellow production staff to organize all scenic elements, hand props,
costumes and backstage areas in a safe and organized way
●Prepare the orders for the rehearsal food and assist in organizing and clearing
rehearsal food as needed
Tech Process
●Prepare the production paperwork for going into tech. Including what the restaurant
needs
●With SM keep track of creative team, artists and production team
●With SM create a positive working environment for the tech process
●Train the restaurant staff in the technical needs for the show in a safe and positive
working environment
●Report to the SM after each rehearsal any notes from the cast, restaurant or
production staff that have come up during the show
Show Run:
●Run and Maintain show as built by the creative team
●Work with the SM to keep everyone on schedule for rehearsals and warm-ups on
show nights.
●Help create a healthy and positive work environment for the run of the show
●Coordinate with restaurant the Opening of the tent each night
●Facilitate all Performer warm up needs
●Responsible for purchase of consumables and backstage supplies
●Repair and Maintain any scenic element or prop that is needed for the show during
the show, as possible. Keep production notes up to date regarding prop repairs and
maintenance.
●Work with the SM to adjust the show if needed.
●Work with the SM to lead an evacuation and emergency be required or an
emergency occur
●Perform or delegate all manipulation and storage of scenery and props inside venue
including cleaning, maintenance, spike marks, safety checks
●Attend weekly production meetings with the staff as run by the General Manager
●Keep track of all production paperwork and have the most current on hand in case
of emergency and for archive purposes at the end of the run. Continue to give an
updated copy to the SM
●Have fun and be able to enjoy the environment you work in
JOB QUALIFICATIONS
Essential minimum skills, education, and experience:
Measurable Standards
●Must perform in a professional manner at all times, maintaining a positive attitude
and providing positive public relations
●Accountable. Able to be present and on time for meetings, rehearsal and show
calls.
●Able to provide timely completion of duties: meet deadlines. Knows when to issue
request for assistance
●Ability to work and communicate well with all types of staff utilizing voicemail, email,
computers, and copiers.

●Ability to work well under pressure and be able to meet deadlines while maintaining
a high degree of accuracy.
●Considerable ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
individuals and groups of various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
●Respectful of the rights of others
Qualifications
●3 years professional stage crew experience
●Excellent organizational skills
●Patient
●Calm presence
●Works well collaborating with people
●Ability to lead others
●Excellent eye for detail
●Knowledge of technical production
●Exceptional hand-eye coordination, fine, and gross motor skills
●Ability to articulate, communicate and solve problems
●Computer knowledge in Word and Excel. Able to document all processes in real
time.
●Able and willing to work additional hours when asked
●Able to lift 50 lbs.

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to: production-jobs@zinzanni.com
Please title the email: “TZ Backstage Manager - Last name, First name”

Link to Opportunity

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Posted

1/13/2023

Teatro Zinzanni - SODO PARK Run
POSITION SUMMARY: The Backstage Sub replaces either of the Backstage Managers when they are not at the show. Assists the Stage Manager in all rehearsals, performances, and administrative tasks as assigned.

Organization

Teatro Zinzanni - SODO PARK Run

Website

zinzanni.com

More Info

Annie Jamison

production-jobs@zinzanni.com

2068020015

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Part time

Description

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Responsibilities and Duties:

• Replaces either of the Backstage Managers when they are not at the show
• Assists the Stage Manager in all rehearsals, performances, and administrative tasks as assigned
• Oversees performers backstage
• Communicates show needs and changes between production and restaurant
• Collaborates with SM, Cast, Band and all Production Departments in logistics pertaining to all performance needs
• Sets and maintains rigging, scenery, props, and equipment
• Manage backstage duties during performances including, but not limited to, prop setting and striking, artist assistance, quick change assistance, and moving floor lights
• Execute emergency repairs to props as needed
• Shop for props as needed as well as purchase backstage supplies and equipment
• Create, maintain, and distribute daily Restaurant Crew Moves on white erase board
• With the full time Backstage Manager, maintains pre-show, running, and post show paperwork
• Clean, organize and maintain backstage and prop areas for performance and storage.
• Assists performers during training, rehearsals, and shows as required
• Attend server meeting to discuss show duties and notes
• With SM, maintain and update Production Notes, following up with departments in order to facilitate completion of Production Notes
• Collaborates with other Backstage Manager(s) to organize all hand props and scenery pertaining to all CORE shows, Matinees, and events.
• Maintain safety conditions and helps run emergency procedures in the tent during performances.
• Interact professionally with guests concerning show needs
• Other tasks as needed by the Backstage Managers, Stage Manager, or Production Stage Manager


JOB QUALIFICATIONS
Essential minimum skills, education, and experience:

• 2 years professional stage crew experience
• Excellent organizational skills
• Patient
• Calm presence
• Works well collaborating with people
• Ability to lead others
• Excellent eye for detail
• Knowledge of technical production
• Ability to articulate and communicate problems
• Exceptional hand-eye coordination, fine, and gross motor skills
• Basic computer knowledge in Word and Excel
• Able and willing to work additional hours
• Able to lift 50 lbs.
• Able to work in confined spaces
• Comfortable working on a ladder or in a lift

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to: production-jobs@zinzanni.com

Link to Opportunity

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1/13/2023

Recology King County
A four month residency in which Recology KC AIR encourages the conservation of natural resources while inspiring artists to think about habits of consumption, waste, disposal, and sustainability.

Organization

Recology King County

Website

https://www.recology.com/recology-cleanscapes/artist-in-residence/

More Info

MARIA PHILLIPS

m.phillipsstudio@gmail.com

(206) 251-1320

Fee to Apply

Free

Deadline to Apply

2/10/2023

Description

The Recology King County Artist in Residence Program (Recology KC AIR) is a unique opportunity for King County artists to expand their existing studio practice by working with reusable resources to create a new and impactful body of work. Modeled after the Artist in Residence Program at Recology San Francisco, Recology KC AIR encourages the conservation of natural resources while inspiring artists to think about habits of consumption, waste, disposal, and sustainability.

Recology KC AIR is a juried program that selects two King County artists for a four-month residency, providing artists with a $1300 monthly stipend, administrative support, studio visits and access to the Recology recovery facility in South Seattle, Recology Stores, and the City of Seattle’s North Transfer Station. On occasion, artists will have the opportunity to speak to school classes and adult tour groups about their experience of working with recycled materials.

At the conclusion of each residency, Recology KC hosts a public exhibition and artist talk at Mutuus Studio in conjunction with the Georgetown Art Attach. Artists contribute one piece of art made during the residency to Recology KC AIR’s permanent collection and the work continues to be exhibited in off-site exhibitions that serve to promote the artists, recycling, and reuse.

How to Apply

https://recologycleanscapes.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/70816

Link to Opportunity

https://recologycleanscapes.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/70816

Posted

1/13/2023

Shunpike
Shunpike is excited to launch a new partnership with Skanska, as facilitators of a dedicated 1,100 sq. ft. workshop, rehearsal, and presentation space at 2+U, in downtown Seattle. The Studio is created with underserved creative communities in mind, those most affected by gentrification and displacement, and is available at no cost to selected musical and movement artists who have had difficulty practicing under COVID-19 restrictions. It is an opportunity for musicians and dancers to be loud and expansive again, which has been difficult to accomplish when stuck at home with neighbors.

Organization

Shunpike

Website

https://shunpike.org/2andu/

More Info

Hanako O'Leary

hanako@shunpike.org

Fee to Apply

Free

Deadline to Apply

Ongoing

Description

Skanska and Shunpike are offering a space at 2+U for artists who have had the most difficulty practicing under COVID-19 restrictions, musical and movement artists. It is an opportunity for musicians and dancers to be loud and expansive again, which has been difficult to accomplish when stuck at home with neighbors.

The 1100 sq ft Studio is a dedicated space within the Urban Village for the local arts community to practice, perform, and exhibit their work. (49 person capacity)

Selected musical and movement artists and groups will have the opportunity to use The Studio for one day a week for up to three months, free of charge. It is a space for artists to create, practice, gather, and reflect. Upon the completion of their time in the Studio, artists will be eligible to apply again in six months' time. 

How to Apply

Submit your application through our website. Priority for April - June residency is given to those who apply by March 1

Link to Opportunity

https://shunpike.submittable.com/submit/887572d8-a4df-48a5-b780-943d5b700405/the-studio-at-2u-application-form

Posted

1/13/2023

Art Fluent
Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, ANIMALIA.

Organization

Art Fluent

Website

www.art-fluent.com

More Info

Amy Matteson Neill

hello@art-fluent.com

5084191015

Fee to Apply

$25 first entry/$10 for each additional entry

Deadline to Apply

4/15/2023

Description

THEME
The animal kingdom is full of fascinating and incredible creatures, each with their own unique abilities, behaviors, and characteristics. There are over 1.5 million known species of animals, and new species are still being discovered today.
Animals have been depicted in art for thousands of years, representing a wide range of symbolism, from grace and speed to strength and nobility to transformation and freedom. But we can all agree that they are beautiful and captivating, and we will forever be drawn to their natural beauty and power. Show us ANIMALIA from your perspective.

CALENDAR
JPEGs due by Friday, April 14, 2023 at midnight MST.
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening by Friday, May 12, 2023.

AWARDS
All accepted pieces will be displayed in our online gallery at www.art-fluent.com
Best of Show: $750
Two Director’s Choice awards: $250 each

ENTRY FEE
$25 for first entry/$10 for each additional entry. You may enter up to 20 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance. For 3D work, there is no need to pay for additional entries for detail shots. Once your first entry is made, you may send additional views by email to hello@art-fluent.com.

ELIGIBILITY
This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Work that has been selected for previous exhibits with Art Fluent will not be considered.

RULES
Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Open to ALL fine art mediums -now including film/video (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood, digital art, film/video).

SELECTION PROCESS
Director’s choice. Each show is curated and juried by Creative Director, Amy Matteson Neill along with an anonymous committee of jurors. Please note, there is no personal feedback given by jurors.

ENTRY PROCEDURE
Entry is done through CaFÉ, a web-based service that allows artists to upload images and organize their artwork for submissions to galleries. To apply for a call, you must leave our website and go to the CaFÉ website at www.callforentry.org where you can create a FREE artist account. You will add your details and upload your images to CaFÉ and then you can submit work to ANIMALIA. If you have any questions, please contact us at hello@art-fluent.com we are happy to walk you through the process.

MEDIA PREPARATION
All images must be in JPEG/JPG format using CaFÉ guidelines. The image size must be 1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side. Maximum file size is 5 mb.
Accepted video formats include MOV, MP4, WMV. Aspect ratio 4:3 or 16:9, resolution minimum 640x480, maximum 1920 x1080, bit rate recommended above 240 kbps, recommended frame rate 30 fps. File size must be under 100 MB.

NOTIFICATION
Notification will be done by email, everyone who submits will be notified of the juror’s selections. If for any reason you do not hear from us by the notification date, please check the filters in your email account. Notification emails are sent to the email on file with CaFÉ.

SALES
All sales inquiries will be directed to the artist’s website and/or contact information. For any artwork that is sold, the artists receive 100% of the sale.

GIVING BACK
A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists.

REQUIRED FORMS
Cash awards over $600 are subject to federal income tax withholding within the United States. A W-9 form must be filled out by the winner and submitted to Art Fluent, Inc.

REGULATIONS
By entering our calls for art through CaFÉ you are agreeing to be added to Art Fluent's email list for forthcoming artist opportunities. By submitting images, you agree that the images are your own work, nothing copied, you own all rights to the images, and you take full responsibility for the content of all images, including the likeness of recognizable individuals. The actual artwork will remain the property of the artist, our mission is to promote artists and their work. Should your work be accepted, you grant Art Fluent the right to reproduce your image on our website, on social media, and where appropriate to help promote our online exhibitions. Art Fluent will always credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will not use your image for any other purpose without the artist’s permission.

How to Apply

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11290

Link to Opportunity

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11290

Posted

1/13/2023

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center call for LGBTQ+ visual artists to apply for a $5,000 arts and community dialogue grant by February 10, 2023.

Organization

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

Website

https://www.fredhutch.org/en/about/about-the-hutch/diversity-equity-inclusion/public-art-and-community-dialogue.html

More Info

diversity@fredhutch.org

Fee to Apply

N/A

Deadline to Apply

2/10/2023

Description

Calling all LGBTQ+ visual artists! Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center is continuing its public art program that celebrates and highlights the work of diverse artists in our community across our campus and in our research. The program’s purpose is to connect artists from underrepresented and minoritized communities in the Pacific Northwest with leaders in public health to open dialogues and promote active change. The selected artist will also receive $5,000 for their commission and participation in the program.

LGBTQ+ visual artist submissions close Friday, February 10, 2023 at 5 p.m. PT. There is no fee for entry.

This call is open to LGBTQ+ visual artists, or artist teams, who are 18 years of age or older and are residents of Washington state, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Wyoming. For payment purposes, the selected artists must be able to provide a tax identification number or social security number.

Artists who work in a variety of visual media will be considered. Examples of media include, but are not limited to, traditional art, digital art, collage, graphic art, mixed media and textiles.

Fred Hutch employees and staff are not eligible to apply at this time.

How to Apply

There is no fee for entry. Eligible artists interested in this program must submit the following:

Statement of interest
Please explain your interest in the program and, if relevant, your connection to Fred Hutch and our mission. Please limit your response to 2500 characters.
Artist statement
Please share a brief artist bio, including your personal commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Please limit your response to 1500 characters.
3-5 pieces of work
These pieces can be submitted in these formats: .jpg, .pdf, .png. The size of the files should not exceed 25MB.
Please label your files in this format: lastname-firstname-title-medium-yearcreated.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.fredhutch.org/en/about/about-the-hutch/diversity-equity-inclusion/public-art-and-community-dialogue/artist-call-details.html

Posted

1/13/2023

4Culture
Act as a creative strategist, working jointly with Metro and 4Culture, to expand their collaborative potential and identify opportunities for public art programming that reflects and elevates the future of regional transit.

Organization

4Culture

More Info

Fiona Dang

fiona.dang@4culture.org

(206) 263-1605

Deadline to Apply

2/15/2023

Description

4Culture, in partnership with King County Metro, seeks an experienced and motivated planning artist (or team of artists) to participate in a two-year residency during which time they will develop a plan for transit-related public art projects to be implemented over the coming decade.

Artists are change makers and culture bearers. They look closely, recognize connections, express shared values and histories, uncover resources, educate and inspire, challenge ideas, experiment, and create new possibilities.

Metro’s Artist in Residence (AIR) will embody these qualities and act as a creative strategist, working jointly with Metro and 4Culture to expand their collaborative potential and identify opportunities for public art programming. The AIR will receive a 2-year, ½ time contract. 4Culture will issue and oversee the contract.

Year one of the residency will be focused on getting to know Metro and connecting with community — listening, learning, and laying the groundwork for successful relationships going forward. Funding will be made available for related engagement activities.

In year two, the AIR will produce a dynamic and strategic arts plan that describes how the 1% for Art legislation and commissioning process works, introduces ways to maximize available resources, reflects the evolution of transit, embraces the diversity of King County’s histories and cultures, and incorporates project recommendations that are broad enough to allow other artists to generate innovative ideas and approaches, and explicit enough to provide a compelling conceptual framework for artwork development. In addition, the plan should consider established Metro initiatives such as Poetry on Buses and SODO Track, and dovetail with the RapidRide-specific art plan penned by Johnson|Ramirez. All design, production, and distribution costs will be covered by a separate budget.

How to Apply

Artists and artist teams must submit an online application.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.4culture.org/grants/metro-artist-in-residence/

Posted

1/13/2023

The San Diego Watercolor Society
International Show with $20,000 in cash and prizes

Organization

The San Diego Watercolor Society

Website

www.sdws.org

More Info

michele joyce

michelejoyce@me.com

(619) 723-0027

Fee to Apply

Members $35 first entery. $10 each additional. Non-members $45 first entery. $10.00 each additional.

Deadline to Apply

5/7/2023

Description

Enter the San Diego Watercolor Society’s 43rd International Show and Exhibition, featuring more than $20,000 in cash and prizes and a $5,000 first place award. Deadline May 7, 2023.

Now accepting all types of water-based media on stretched canvas, cradled panel board and paper. Framing optional. Online Entry only. Visit www.sdws.org for prospectus or call (619) 876-4550 for more information.

Juror, Stephen Zhang, TWSA, WHS.

Exhibition runs October 1st- October 31st.

How to Apply

Online Entery Onlly

Link to Opportunity

www.sdws.org

Posted

1/13/2023

Visionary Art Collective
How do our memories and experiences impact our work? As artists, we often create as a tool for visual processing. In turn, our work becomes a culmination of all that we have experienced in our lives thus far. Our memories, dreams, and perceptions are woven into narratives that are deeply personal and yet still universal. In this exhibition, we are seeking work that explores the connection between memory, experience, and perception, and how those elements inspire the creative process.

Organization

Visionary Art Collective

Website

www.visionaryartcollective.com

More Info

Rebecca Reeder

admin@visionaryartcollective.com

Fee to Apply

1-2 images of your work for $22, 3-4 images for $25, or 5-6 images for $28.

Deadline to Apply

2/5/2023

Description

Visionary Art Collective is a contemporary art & artist development company based in New York City. Our mission is to uplift artists through magazine features, virtual exhibitions, podcast interviews, and our mentorship programs.

How do our memories and experiences impact our work? As artists, we often create as a tool for visual processing. In turn, our work becomes a culmination of all that we have experienced in our lives thus far. Our memories, dreams, and perceptions are woven into narratives that are deeply personal and yet still universal. In this exhibition, we are seeking work that explores the connection between memory, experience, and perception, and how those elements inspire the creative process.

Eligibility: This opportunity is open to artists of all backgrounds and experience levels. We accept submissions from artists around the world as we are an online art platform. Must be 18+ to submit.

We accept all 2D & 3D mediums, including painting, drawing, photography, digital, prints, fiber art, collage, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, and installation art. We do not accept film or video at this time.

Selected work from this exhibition will be included in our print magazine, New Visionary, which is available quarterly.

To submit your work, please visit: https://visionaryartcollective.submittable.com/submit/247030/inside-a-memory-virtual-exhibition

Deadline: February 5th, 2023 at 11:59pm EST

This exhibition will be curated by Ekaterina Popova. Ekaterina is an award-winning artist, author, founder of Create! Magazine and The Art Queen Society. Born in Russia, Ekaterina is known mostly for her original oil paintings of interiors. Ekaterina received a Bachelor's in Fine Art from Kutztown University in 2011 and since then has been exhibiting her work internationally. She is interested in expressive work exploring mood and emotion and is influenced by post-impressionism, fauvism, magical realism, which has enabled her to examine the subject of home, place, belonging, and identity over the past decade.
Her work has been exhibited internationally, including Cohle Gallery in Paris and Menorca, The Painting Center in New York, James Oliver Gallery, Decorazon Gallery, Affordable Art Fair, Art Miami Fairs, The Trenton City Museum, Paradigm Gallery, Delaware Contemporary, The Boxheart Gallery, A.I.R. Gallery, and more.
Popova has been featured in multiple blogs and publications, including Colossal, Beautiful Bizarre, American Art Collector, The Jealous Curator, DPI Magazine, Friend of The Artist, Iceview, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Ekaterina attended several residencies, including at Centre Pompadour in Abbeville, France, NES Residency in Iceland, the Skopelos Foundation for the Arts in Greece.
She works out of her rustic factory studio at 1241 Carpenter Street Studios in Philadelphia.

To learn more about Ekaterina or Create! Magazine visit katerinapopova.com + createmagazine.com

This exhibition will be presented to www.visionaryartcollective.com, with an additional 3D virtual walk-through using Art Placer software.

Visionary Art Collective’s mission is to connect contemporary art with education. The submission fees we receive go towards funding our platform and enable us to continue providing opportunities and free educational resources for artists and educators around the world.

How to Apply

To submit your work, please visit: https://visionaryartcollective.submittable.com/submit/247030/inside-a-memory-virtual-exhibition

Link to Opportunity

https://visionaryartcollective.submittable.com/submit/247030/inside-a-memory-virtual-exhibition

Posted

1/13/2023

ShoreLake Arts
The Shoreline Short Short Film Festival is seeking Washington-made short films for our 7th season.

Organization

ShoreLake Arts

Website

https://www.shorelakearts.org/

More Info

Teresa Pape

programs@shorelakearts.org

(206) 417-4645

Fee to Apply

$10 for student submissions and $15 for all other films.

Deadline to Apply

2/22/2023

Description

It's that time again! The Shoreline Short Short Film Festival is seeking Washington made short films for our 7th season. All genres are accepted and must be between 3-13 minutes in length. Films will be submitted via FilmFreeway.

Filmmakers may only submit one film. Films must have been completed after January 1, 2022.

The film festival will be April 22, 2023 at the Shoreline Community College Theater.

Cash prizes and a Sasquatch award will be awarded for the Best Picture Award and People's Choice.

How to Apply

https://www.shorelakearts.org/short-short-film-fest

Link to Opportunity

https://www.shorelakearts.org/film-makers-information

Posted

1/13/2023

University of Washington
The School of Art + Art History + Design (SOA+AH+D) engages and educates students in essential issues of visual history and literacy, the creative process and visual communication, and innovative and socially responsible design. We work closely with leaders in the arts, academic and business communities to ensure that our students understand the role that this education will play in their future success as professionals and global citizens. SOA+AH+D has approximately 40 faculty and 23 staff members serving approximately 600 undergraduate and 60 graduate students plus more than 1,000 non-majors enrolled in our courses. We are seeking highly qualified candidates to fulfill the role of Constituency Relations Officer.

Organization

University of Washington

Website

https://www.washington.edu/

More Info

Paul Purdie

paulp1@uw.edu

2066161157

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

This is a ten month cyclic appointment.

As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please visit our website.
The School of Art + Art History + Design (SOA+AH+D) engages and educates students in essential issues of visual history and literacy, the creative process and visual communication, and innovative and socially responsible design. We work closely with leaders in the arts, academic and business communities to ensure that our students understand the role that this education will play in their future success as professionals and global citizens. SOA+AH+D has approximately 40 faculty and 23 staff members serving approximately 600 undergraduate and 60 graduate students plus more than 1,000 non-majors enrolled in our courses. We are seeking highly qualified candidates to fulfill the role of Constituency Relations Officer.

As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem-solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.

UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty.

The Constituency Relations Officer will plan, manage, and implement School efforts to build relationships with alumni and friends of the school, attract private support from individuals and promote the school regionally, nationally, and globally. Responsibilities include gift stewardship, alumni and donor relations, external communications, planning special events supporting fundraising and stewardship, and assistance with fundraising activities. In addition, the position staffs the School’s Advisory Board and manages the biennial Anne Focke Arts Leadership award event. There has never been a more exciting time to be a part of the UW School of Art + Art History + Design as we complete the Arts capital campaign.

This position reports to the Director of the School of Art + Art History + Design and works closely with the College of Arts & Sciences major gifts team. This position acts as the liaison between the School and College of Arts & Sciences and University Advancement staff, and acts as a point of contact for all advancement-related business for the school. In addition, this position works with members of the UW Alumni Association to best integrate Constituency Relations Strategies for the School with overall UW Advancement efforts. This position manages the Events + Marketing Intern. This position is a cyclical appointment, working 100% FTE ten months of the year, September thru June.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Outreach Events (40%)
Plan and coordinate advancement and school forward facing events (lectures, student and faculty exhibition openings, fundraising events, open houses, donor site visits, etc.) including developing guest lists, creating event websites (CVENT), sending invitations, coordinating catering, developing budgets, tracking expenses, drafting briefings, and compiling detailed reports.

Marketing and Communications (35%)
As part of the outreach team, assist with the design and coordination of digital and email invitations through Marketo.
Manage the production of the annual Graduate Thesis website.
Create or oversee student work on posters, postcards, and other print collateral for upcoming School events.
Write and coordinate production of school communications, including newsletters, fact sheets, social media and website content.
Submit calendar listings to The Stranger.
Facilitate partnership with Seattle Art Fair.

Donor Cultivation and Stewardship (15%)
Work with the major gifts team to develop and implement cultivation and stewardship plans to build and sustain donor relationship with the School. This may include annual appeals, events, email communications, etc.
Process all gifts sent to the School.
Steward all donors. Write gift acknowledgement and thank you letters, plan and implement recognition events, write and coordinate annual stewardship packets to endowment donors.
Compose letters and emails that are sent to donors and prospects from the School Director.
Collaborate with other staff to track gift funds to ensure that gift allocations are utilized appropriately as specified by the wishes of donors.
Update constituent records in the Tandem database.
Develop lists for communications, events, appeals, and on request.

Advisory Board (5%)
Coordinate the School’s Advisory Board, including:
Plan and staff Board meetings.
Manage day-to-day communications with the Advisory Board.
Maintain Board member handbook and membership lists.


Corporate and Foundation Relations (5%)
Under the direction of the College of Arts & Sciences CFR team, write and submit grant proposals and sponsorship requests for the School and the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.
Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years’ experience in administrative support, development/advancement/fundraising, alumni relations or communications.

Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Must be interested in and become well informed about issues in visual art, design and art history and be able to communicate them to a broad audience.
Experience with email marketing software such as Marketo, Constant Contact, or Mail Chimp.
Proficiency using Apple computers; demonstrated strong computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for correspondence, special reports, spreadsheets, databases, forms, etc.
Willingness and ability to learn how to use the Tandem CRM and other proprietary software products.
Experience working with budgets, preparing financial spreadsheets, and tracking expenditures.
Strong interpersonal skills and customer service; professional manner with the ability to express oneself clearly and empathetically in interactions with others in all forms of communications, verbal and written, one-on-one and group, etc.; ability to communicate in a direct and professional manner that engages dialog in a manner that resolves differences.
Demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive relationships and actively contribute as a member of working teams to achieve results.
Ability to work independently, problem solve, take initiative, set priorities, and handle multiple projects efficiently and effectively.
Take responsibility and initiative to set and meet the goals, objectives, and obligations while representing the mission, visions and values of the organization.
Demonstrated creativity, organizational ability, and strong attention to detail; ability to make decisions in ambiguous situations, exercise good judgment based on information and analysis in a fast-paced, dynamic, deadline-driven environment in an organized and professional manner.
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidences and protect confidential information; acts in a selfless manner and models ethical values of the UW.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Experience in higher education.
Understanding of higher education administrative systems.
Familiarity with the visual arts and design, and relative organizations, particularly in the Greater Seattle area.
Experience with social media platforms and HootSuite or similar social media management systems.
Experience with WordPress or similar content management systems for websites as well as basic knowledge of HTML.
Experience using InDesign and Photoshop.
Knowledge of alumni relations/development/advancement principles.
Knowledge of UW Advancement policies and procedures, including use of the new CRM, Tandem.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Ability to work evening and weekend hours, as necessary, on short or limited notice.
Must have a driver’s license.
Ability to staff occasional evening events (ten a year).
Able to lift up to 25 lbs.

Application Process:
The application process may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Work Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select “Apply to this position”. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your “My Jobs” page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.

The School’s commitment to diversity extends to the recruitment of faculty, staff, and students who exhibit a dedication to creative and academic excellence and who demonstrate the ability to work with a diverse spectrum of populations. The University of Washington is committed to building diversity among its faculty, librarian, staff, and student communities, and articulates that commitment in the UW Diversity Blueprint click here.

Applicants considered for this position will be required to disclose if they are the subject of any substantiated findings or current investigations related to sexual misconduct at their current employment and past employment. Disclosure is required under Washington state law.

Committed to attracting and retaining a diverse staff, the University of Washington will honor your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. Together, our community strives to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming.

The University of Washington is a leader in environmental stewardship & sustainability, and committed to becoming climate neutral. The University of Washington is a leader in environmental stewardship & sustainability, and committed to becoming climate neutral.

The University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.

To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at (206) 543-6450 or dso@uw.edu.

COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIREMENT
Employees of the University of Washington are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless a medical or religious exemption is approved. Being fully vaccinated means that an individual is at least two weeks past their final dose of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine regimen. As a condition of employment, newly hired employees will be required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination. View the Final candidate guide to COVID-19 vaccination requirement webpage for information about the medical or religious exemption process for final candidates.

How to Apply

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&jobhistory=1&szOrderID=216607

Link to Opportunity

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&jobhistory=1&szOrderID=216607

Posted

1/13/2023

KEXP
The KEXP digital media library contains hundreds of thousands of audio and video files and is constantly expanding. The Media Archives Intern will assist with the processing and cataloging of items in the KEXP digital media and physical library to ensure that DJs and KEXP staff have access to the files and media they need.

Organization

KEXP

Website

KEXP.org

More Info

Mathilde Xiao

internships@kexp.org

Deadline to Apply

2/19/2023

Job Type

Internship

Description

Essential duties include, but are not limited to:
-Assist with processing of digital media assets, including identification, classification and cataloging
-Digital media asset metadata creation and linking between databases and spreadsheets
-Assist with refinement and creation of workflows for specific media asset backlog clearing projects
-Assist with organization and cataloging of physical media assets, including CDs and Vinyl
Attend monthly intern cohort meetings and activities

General Qualifications:
-Passion for and commitment to KEXP’s mission
-Strong verbal and written communication skills
-Ability to work independently and take initiative on projects
-Commitment to maintain a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality
-Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail
-Ability to juggle multiple projects at once
-Experience with and/or knowledge of archival or library cataloging and metadata standards (e.g. Dublin Core, PBCore, LOC)
-Experience with spreadsheets (e.g. Google Sheets, Smartsheet) and a basic understanding of the use and organizational design of databases.

Skills Learned:
-Audio and video archival practices at an industry leading radio station
-Metadata and cataloging standards for audiovisual archives
-Practical experience with an industry standard Media Asset Management system (Dalet)

Physical Requirements: Long periods of being in a stationary position; operating a computer and other office equipment; frequently communicating by phone, email, and video conferencing; frequently remaining in a stationary position during meetings, discerning meeting content, expressing oneself, and exchanging accurate information.

Working Conditions: Interns are required to come into the office at least one day a week. Must be flexible with both working remotely or at the office, depending on need and company policy based on public health recommendations at the time. Remote working will require a consistently quiet and productive space, and office work operates in a typical business environment.

KEXP is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and empowering workplace. We believe that having staff, interns, and volunteers with diverse backgrounds enables KEXP to better meet our mission and serve music-loving communities around the world. We recognize that opportunities in radio and other creative industries have historically excluded and continue to disproportionately exclude Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people. We strongly encourage individuals with these identities to apply.

How to Apply

Kexp.org/internships

Link to Opportunity

Posted

1/20/2023

KEXP
: This internship works with KEXP’s Senior Production Engineer, Creative Producer, and Audio Engineers assisting KEXP’s Production and Programming teams to create, manage and publish content for use on-air and online. The position focuses primarily on supporting the mastering, editing and publishing of KEXP’s in-studio recordings. Other activities include recording studio time and work on other on-air audio assets and their production processes. The intern will gain invaluable experience in various aspects of audio production while helping to deliver content that inspires music discovery in our community. This audio work creates a better listening experience for our audience, provides essential tools for our DJ’s and Production staff, supports interdepartmental collaboration, and serves our external partners.

Organization

KEXP

Website

KEXP.org

More Info

Mathilde Xiao

internships@kexp.org

Deadline to Apply

2/19/2023

Job Type

Internship

Description

Essential duties include, but are not limited to:
- Editing of KEXP live performance audio
- Accurate verification and entry of metadata related to KEXP live performance recordings
- Preparing DAW sessions for audio mixing & mastering
- File naming and management
- Audio encoding, exporting and delivery formatting
- Editing of artist and legal IDs
- Creating radio edits of songs for KEXP’s music library
- Shadowing/assisting KEXP audio engineers with in-studio performance recordings
- Assisting with the collection of music beds for creative production
- Promo production assistance
- Uploading audio content to the web
- Assist in various tasks and projects as they arise, such as: inventory of Production equipment, equipment and cable labeling, equipment packing and unpacking for remote broadcasts
- Attend monthly intern cohort meetings and activities

General Qualifications:
- Intermediate-level experience with DAW software (Adobe Audition, Pro Tools, or similar)
- Familiarity with basic concepts of digital audio, audio mixing, and editing
- Strong attention to detail, especially related to file management, metadata, and data entry
- Passion for and commitment to KEXP’s mission
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work independently and take initiative on projects
- Commitment to maintain a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality
- Outstanding organizational skills
- Ability to juggle multiple projects at once

Skills Learned:
-Digital audio production techniques
- In-depth audio editing and mixing experience using Adobe Audition, Reaper, and Pro Tools.
- Basic operation of broadcast studio equipment and workflows, including broadcast mixing consoles and the Dalet media asset management software
- Creative audio production for broadcast
- Experience working with other KEXP departments and general understanding of respective departmental responsibilities throughout KEXP
- Interpersonal skills needed for collaboration within a team, as well as across departments
- Ability to prioritize work and problem solve
- Opportunity to learn production techniques across the department, including live in-studios, events, and remote broadcasts
- Workflow efficiency
- Additional opportunity to pursue projects or learn specific skills based on personal interest

Physical Requirements: Long periods of being in a stationary position; operating a computer and other office equipment; frequently communicating by phone, email, and video conferencing; frequently remaining in a stationary position during meetings, discerning meeting content, expressing oneself, and exchanging accurate information.
Working Conditions: Interns are required to come into the office at least one day a week. Must be flexible with both working remotely or at the office, depending on need and company policy based on public health recommendations at the time. Remote working will require a consistently quiet and productive space, and office work operates in a typical business environment.

KEXP is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and empowering workplace. We believe that having staff, interns, and volunteers with diverse backgrounds enables KEXP to better meet our mission and serve music-loving communities around the world. We recognize that opportunities in radio and other creative industries have historically excluded and continue to disproportionately exclude Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people. We strongly encourage individuals with these identities to apply.

How to Apply

KEXP.org/internships

Link to Opportunity

Posted

1/20/2023

KEXP
The Podcast & Licensing Internship supports the Podcast Producer & Licensing Administrator as KEXP’s podcasting program continues to grow and evolve. This role will assist in two main areas: podcast production and licensing. The position will organize and research licensing requests, regularly consult podcast release calendars, and contribute in a variety of ways to the production of new podcast series. It is perfect for someone who is interested in how music can deepen the impact of a story, whether through music supervision (selecting and licensing music for film, TV, podcasts or other media) or podcast development and production.

Organization

KEXP

Website

KEXP.org

More Info

Mathilde Xiao

internships@kexp.org

Deadline to Apply

2/19/2023

Job Type

Internship

Description

Essential duties include, but are not limited to:
-Monitor podcast release calendars and follow up with DJs and producers for materials as necessary
-Organize DJs’ podcast song requests in detailed spreadsheets
-Research music rights holders and contact information
-Communicate and build relationships with various artists and record labels
-Assist with creating and editing copy for podcasts
-Suggest creative tie-ins between podcasts and other KEXP programming
-Revise transcriptions of interviews to be featured in KEXP podcasts
-Attend and contribute to podcast development meetings
-Attend monthly intern cohort meetings and activities

General Qualifications:
-Passion for and commitment to KEXP’s mission
-Strong verbal and written communication skills
-Ability to work independently and take initiative on projects
-Commitment to maintain a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality
-Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail
-Ability to juggle multiple projects at once
-Strong grammar and editing skills
-Experience or demonstrated interest in writing, especially around the arts
-Interest in music supervision and licensing
-Interest in audio production for podcasts

Skills Learned:
-Better understanding of music licensing landscape
-Ability to review and do simple revisions to music license agreements
-Insight into the many facets of podcast production
-Interview transcription and editing
-Experience working with software like Docusign, Smartsheet, and Audition
-General project management
-Communication between multiple teams
-Professional email communication to external parties
-Opportunities to learn audio editing tools


Physical Requirements: Long periods of being in a stationary position; operating a computer and other office equipment; frequently communicating by phone, email, and video conferencing; frequently remaining in a stationary position during meetings, discerning meeting content, expressing oneself, and exchanging accurate information.

Working Conditions: Interns are required to come into the office at least one day a week. Must be flexible with both working remotely or at the office, depending on need and company policy based on public health recommendations at the time. Remote working will require a consistently quiet and productive space, and office work operates in a typical business environment.

KEXP is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and empowering workplace. We believe that having staff, interns, and volunteers with diverse backgrounds enables KEXP to better meet our mission and serve music-loving communities around the world. We recognize that opportunities in radio and other creative industries have historically excluded and continue to disproportionately exclude Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people. We strongly encourage individuals with these identities to apply.

How to Apply

KEXP.org/internships

Link to Opportunity

Posted

1/20/2023

KEXP
The Facilities & Guest Services Intern is responsible for supporting the Facilities Manager to maintain and manage KEXP’s multi-use space, including the offices, studios, and the public Gathering Space. The intern will be involved in all aspects of facilities management, from day-to-day facilities operations to planning engaging, mission-based projects. Gain invaluable experience in logistics, vendor relations, guest services, and collaboration and coordination with multiple stakeholders. This internship is perfect for someone who likes hands-on work and is interested in facilities management, project management, and the facilitation of safe, welcoming spaces.

Organization

KEXP

Website

KEXP.org

More Info

Mathilde Xiao

internships@kexp.org

Deadline to Apply

2/19/2023

Job Type

Internship

Description

Essential duties include, but are not limited to:
-Represent KEXP at events and work with internal and external stakeholders
-Help maintain daily Facility operations, including Office, Green Room, and Kitchen supplies and equipment, overall safety, and cleanliness of all spaces
-Help catalog all KEXP facilities assets, including KEXP’s art collection and all onsite workspace peripherals (chairs, etc.)
-Assist with KEXP Gathering Space rental events
-Delegate and work with rental event staff and volunteers
-Help ensure smooth run of show
-Work directly with speakers, artists, sound and production staff leading up to and during the rental event
-Assist with KEXP In-Studio public viewings, managing volunteers and guests, and ensuring safe and fun participation in these performances
-Assist with Front Desk Guest Services responsibilities, including answering calls, greeting guests, management of Gathering Space and retail needs
-Develop working relationships with internal (i.e. Production, Advancement) and external (i.e. nonprofit organizations, catering) stakeholders
-Attend staff and team meetings as needed
-Attend monthly intern cohort meetings and activities

General Qualifications:
-Passion for and commitment to KEXP’s mission
-Strong verbal and written communication skills
-Ability to work independently and take initiative on projects
-Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail
-Ability to juggle multiple projects at once
-Ability to lift heavy objects, up to 75lbs, as needed (i.e., deliveries, ladders, etc.)
-Ability to have a flexible work schedule, including early mornings, and some nights and weekends

Skills Learned:
-Opportunity to supervise, direct and provide guidance to volunteers
-Best practices in facilities and asset management
-Rental event booking and facilitation
-Guest Service skills
-Cataloging, framing, and hanging of artwork
-Interpersonal skills needed for collaboration within and across departments
-Project management skills that maximize efficiency, accountability, and documentation
-Priority and time management skills


Physical Requirements: Ability to lift heavy objects, up to 75lbs, as needed (i.e., deliveries, ladders, etc.), long periods of being in a stationary position; operating a computer and other office equipment; frequently communicating by phone, email, and video conferencing; frequently remaining in a stationary position during meetings, discerning meeting content, expressing oneself, and exchanging accurate information.

Working Conditions: The Facilities & Guest Services Intern will work in office, unless otherwise arranged with the Supervisor. Must be flexible with both working remotely or at the office, depending on need and company policy based on public health recommendations at the time. Remote working will require a consistently quiet and productive space, and office work operates in a typical business environment.

KEXP is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and empowering workplace. We believe that having staff, interns, and volunteers with diverse backgrounds enables KEXP to better meet our mission and serve music-loving communities around the world. We recognize that opportunities in radio and other creative industries have historically excluded and continue to disproportionately exclude Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people. We strongly encourage individuals with these identities to apply.

How to Apply

Kexp.org/internships

Link to Opportunity

Posted

1/20/2023

Innovate Grant
WINTER 2023 OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS — Innovate Grant is thrilled to introduce our newly increased award amounts of $1,800.00. Innovate Grant awards (2) $1,800.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition, (6) honorable mentions (3 in art and 3 in photo), will be featured on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. For more information and to apply visit https://innovateartistgrants.org

Organization

Innovate Grant

Website

https://innovateartistgrants.org

More Info

Innovate Grant

Fee to Apply

35

Deadline to Apply

3/25/2023

Description

WINTER 2023 OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS — Innovate Grant is thrilled to introduce our newly increased award amounts of $1,800.00.

Innovate Grant awards (2) $1,800.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition, (6) honorable mentions (3 in art and 3 in photo), will be featured on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. Innovate Grant's commitment extends beyond the grant cycle by promoting the work of selected winners and honorable mentions into the future. For more information and to apply visit https://innovateartistgrants.org

Innovate Grant supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. We've simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.

Innovate Grant awards:
+ 1 x $1,800.00 Grants to a Visual Artist
+ 1 x $1,800.00 Grants to a Photographer
+ 6 x Honorable Mentions Interviews

How to Apply: Visual Artists and Photographers 18 years and older, from all around the world, are eligible to apply. All media and genres are accepted. All applicants retain the right to the work they submit. Apply today at https://innovateartistgrants.org

Explore the work of ALL Past Innovate Grant recipients and read their interviews at https://innovateartistgrants.org

Category: Multiple disciplines and genres accepted
Deadline: March 23, 2023
Region: US & International
Awards: 2 x $1,800.00 USD Grants // 6 x Honorable Mentions Interviews

Apply Online Today
https://innovateartistgrants.org

How to Apply

Visual Artists and Photographers 18 years and older, from all around the world, are eligible to apply. All media and genres are accepted. All applicants retain the right to the work they submit. Apply today at https://innovateartistgrants.org

Link to Opportunity

https://innovateartistgrants.org

Posted

1/20/2023

City of Redmond
Public Art Intensive Eastside is a two-day basic training sponsored by the City of Redmond and open to visual artists who have an interest in exploring the presentation of their work in public settings, community-building or enhancing the built environment.

Organization

City of Redmond

Website

redmond.gov/arts

More Info

Nicole McDonald

nmcdonald@redmond.gov

(425) 556-2352

Deadline to Apply

2/28/2023

Location

Redmond, WA

Start Date

04/22/2023

Start Time

10:00 AM

End Date

04/29/2023

End Time

05:00 PM

Cost

Free

Description

Public Art Intensive Eastside is a two-day basic training sponsored by the City of Redmond and open to visual artists who have an interest in exploring the presentation of their work in public settings, community-building or enhancing the built environment. Topics covered include contracting, fabrication, maintenance, and social practice. Plan to spend an additional 8-12 hours outside of the workshops to develop a public art concept for homework.
Participants that attend both dates and complete the homework will receive a $100 stipend and be eligible for an exclusive paid opportunity to apply for a temporary public art project for the City of Redmond

How to Apply

Download Application via link

Link to Opportunity

https://www.redmond.gov/DocumentCenter/View/26926/2023-Redmond-Public-Art-Intensive-Eastside-Call

Posted

1/20/2023

Jack Straw Cultural Center
Learn the basics of creating and maintaining a podcast, from concept to planning to production to distribution.

Organization

Jack Straw Cultural Center

Website

http://www.jackstraw.org

More Info

Levi Fuller

levi@jackstraw.org

(206) 634-0919

Deadline to Apply

2/22/2023

Location

Online from Jack Straw Cultural Center, Seattle

Start Date

02/22/2023

Start Time

06:30 PM

End Date

02/22/2023

End Time

09:30 PM

Cost

50

Description

Learn the basics of creating and maintaining a podcast, from concept to planning to production to distribution. We will focus especially on tools for capturing and producing quality audio recordings on a budget. No previous audio production experience necessary, but we will also accommodate those who have begun and want help.

How to Apply

E-mail workshops@jackstraw.org to sign up. Class invitation will be sent one day prior.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.jackstraw.org/event/intro-to-podcasting-winter-2023/

Posted

1/20/2023

Jackson Street Jazz Trail
The Jackson Street Jazz Sign & Trail Committee seeks graphic design services for a vinyl wrap to cover both sides of the “Roots of Jazz in Seattle” kiosk at the bus stop on the northwest corner of 12th Avenue South and South Jackson Street, in what is now Little Saigon.

Organization

Jackson Street Jazz Trail

Website

JacksonStreetJazzTrail.org (under construction)

More Info

Paul de Barros

jazztrail@earshot.org

(206) 412-0921

Fee to Apply

None

Deadline to Apply

2/27/2023

Description

Request for Proposals

Vinyl Wrap Design for Jackson Street Jazz Trail

(TO VIEW PHOTOGRAPHS REFERENCED IN THE TEXT BELOW, PLEASE EMAIL jazztrail@earshot.org)

OBJECTIVE
The Jackson Street Jazz Sign & Trail Committee seeks graphic design services for a vinyl wrap to cover both sides of the “Roots of Jazz in Seattle” kiosk at the bus stop on the northwest corner of 12th Avenue South and South Jackson Street, in what is now Little Saigon. (See photographs below of the original kiosk and an example of a vinyl wrap on a signal box in Seattle’s Japan Town.) Erected in 2005 to commemorate the hub of the historic Jackson Street Jazz District, where artists such as Ray Charles, Quincy Jones and Ernestine Anderson cut their teeth in the 1940s, the kiosk has suffered from severe weather damage and defacement. The graphic wrap will serve as the first of many visual elements in a projected Jackson Street Jazz Trail from King Street Station to Washington Hall.

SCOPE OF WORK
The metal kiosk is 24” wide by 74” high, with plexiglass plaques measuring 18” wide x 53” high mounted on each side; collages of text and photos lie behind the plexiglass. The wrap must cover both sides and the entire height of the kiosk, not just the plexiglass areas.

The ideal design must be simple, bold and dramatic – something that could be read easily, say, through the window of a passing bus. The design preferably should have a traditional African/African American color scheme, a defining image that suggests this was an important historic site for jazz, and in large type on both sides, a specific reference to the Jackson Street Jazz Trail to come. Please also include space in the design for a QR code that will link to a website about the Jackson Street Jazz Trail.

The committee is not looking for a reproduction of the existing sign, though selected elements of the original text and photographs are welcome. (See below for original text and description of photos).

Payment for the selected design is $1500. (Does not include manufacturing and installation, paid for by the committee.)

TIMELINE

February 28, 2023, 11:59p.m. Submission deadline: Letter of interest, work samples/portfolio, resume, sketch
March 15, 2023 Applicants notified of decision
April 30, 2023 Camera-ready design deadline

CONTACT
If you have questions, please contact committee coordinator Paul de Barros at JazzTrail@Earshot.org or (206) 412-0921.

THE ROOTS OF JAZZ IN SEATTLE

This intersection at Jackson St. and 12th Ave. was once the lively hub of Seattle’s after-hours jazz scene, a musical crossroads where in the 1940s Quincy Jones, Ray Charles and Ernestine Anderson, among others, honed their craft. The southeast corner housed the legendary Black and Tan, which opened in 1922 and lasted well into the 1960s, hosting Duke Ellington, Eubie Blake, Louis Jordan and countless other touring bands. On the northeast corner stood the Hill Top Tavern, and at Main St. was the Entertainers Club (later called Sessions), where in 1920 the great New Orleans piano “professor,” Ferdinand “Jelly Roll” Morton once held forth.

Nearby were the Rocking Chair, commemorated in Ray Charles’ “Rocking Chair Blues,” and Washington Hall, where Jimi Hendrix played as a youngster. Down Jackson St. to Pioneer Square, other clubs, such as the Black Elks, Congo Club, Ebony, Ubangi and Chinese Gardens sizzled with the sounds of jazz as well.

We salute the musicians who pioneered Seattle's vibrant jazz tradition in this neighborhood.

In the not too distant past, nightclubs lined Seattle’s Jackson Street and surrounding area where dancing, bootleg liquor and hot jazz were spilling into the streets around the clock. Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, and Ernestine Anderson are just a few artists whose careers were launched on these blocks. Take a jazz scene walking tour. Several of these historic buildings are still standing. After your historical ramble, check out some of today’s local jazz sounds – or if you’re lucky enough to be in town when it’s happening, immerse yourself in the world-class, fringe-friendly, Earshot Jazz Festival.

1) The Black & Tan Club: 404 12th Ave. S. Seattle’s most esteemed and longest-lived jazz nightclub operated from 1922–1966 under various names, and was the backdrop to greats like Duke Ellington, Ray Charles, and Charlie Parker.

2) The Black Elks Club: 662 S Jackson, 662 ½ MISTAKE top floor. A 17 year-old Ray Charles had his first regular gig here in 1948 with Garcia McKee.

3) The Rocking Chair: 1301 E Yesler Way. A raucous place memorialized by Charles’ “Rocking Chair Blues.”

4) The 908 Club: 908 12th Ave. Considered Seattle’s first modern jazz temple, this was where hipsters and bohemians came to listen instead of dance.

5) YMCA, East Madison Branch: 1723 23rd Ave. A venue for some of the best-known names in Northwest jazz and R&B: Dave Lewis, Floyd Standifer, Oscar Holden Sr., Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, Ernestine Anderson.

6) The Washington Performance Hall: 153 14th Ave. The NAACP’s “Grand Benefit Ball” was held here in 1918 – Seattle’s first documented jazz performance.

7) The Washington Social Club: 2302 E Madison. Artists booked by bandleader and promoter Bumps Blackwell included an underage Ernestine Anderson.

8) The Ubangi: 710 7th Ave. South. One of the district’s most successful and glamorous Black-owned nightclubs was opened as a response to the booming swing-band business from out of town.

9) The Colony Club, the Jungle Temple, the Mardi Gras, the Savoy Ballroom, Chinese Gardens, Ebony and many, many more were also part of making Seattle a music mecca for this era.

How to Apply

Please send a letter of interest, including contact information (address, phone and email), resume, three work samples (or link to a portfolio), and at least one sketch of how you would approach this project by 11:59 p.m. February 28, 2023, to JazzTrail@Earshot.org. The Jazz Sign Wrap Committee will evaluate the applications and notify applicants of a decision by March 15. Details of the selected design will be finalized with input and direction from the committee.

Link to Opportunity

JazzTrail@earshot.org

Posted

1/20/2023

Jack Straw Cultural Center
Learn the basic skills of recording and editing sound with Audacity and GarageBand.

Organization

Jack Straw Cultural Center

Website

http://www.jackstraw.org

More Info

Levi Fuller

levi@jackstraw.org

(206) 634-0919

Deadline to Apply

2/27/2023

Location

Online via Zoom, from Jack Straw Cultural Center

Start Date

02/27/2023

Start Time

06:30 PM

End Date

02/27/2023

End Time

09:30 PM

Cost

50

Description

Learn the basic skills of recording and editing sound with audio editing software. We’ll learn two different programs, both free or affordable, and see the advantages and disadvantages of each. Audacity is open-source free-download software used for audio and video production; GarageBand is a very affordable recording and music production program from Apple. Learn to record, edit, and process sounds in each environment, for interview, story, video, and music applications. Followup intensive instruction available also.

How to Apply

E-mail workshops@jackstraw.org to sign up. Class invitation will be sent one day prior.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.jackstraw.org/event/intro-to-digital-audio-editing-winter-2023/

Posted

1/20/2023

Jack Straw Cultural Center
In-person workshop: A detailed look at microphone types, pickup patterns, placement and use, both for live and studio applications.

Organization

Jack Straw Cultural Center

Website

http://www.jackstraw.org

More Info

Levi Fuller

levi@jackstraw.org

(206) 634-0919

Deadline to Apply

3/2/2023

Location

Jack Straw Cultural Center, Seattle

Start Date

03/02/2023

Start Time

06:00 PM

End Date

03/02/2023

End Time

10:00 PM

Cost

75

Description

In-person workshop: A detailed look at microphone types, pickup patterns, placement and use, both for live and studio applications. Students participate in extensive listening and recording exercises with live music. All experience levels are welcome; we’ll cover some basics of theory and history but mostly be engaged in interactive mic use and comparison.

How to Apply

E-mail workshops@jackstraw.org to sign up.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.jackstraw.org/event/microphone-workshop-winter-2023/

Posted

1/20/2023

4Culture
4Culture is hiring a Building for Equity Support Specialist. This is an interdisciplinary administrative position supporting the Building for Equity, Preservation, and Heritage grant programs. Seeking qualified candidates who are excited to center anti-racism and equity in their work. Apply by February 20.

Organization

4Culture

Website

4Culture.org

More Info

Jackie Mixon

jackie.mixon@4culture.org

Deadline to Apply

2/20/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

The Building for Equity Support Specialist is an interdisciplinary role that provides programmatic and administrative support for Building for Equity, Preservation, and Heritage programs and initiatives. We are seeking qualified candidates who are excited to center anti-racism and equity in their work while serving as a collaborative partner within 4Culture and the cultural sector of King County. This position reports directly to the Building for Equity Program Manager and works on a dynamic and inter-disciplinary team. Core aspects of this position include the following:

Provide support for Building for Equity, Preservation and Heritage funding programs administration.
Work with 4Culture staff and partners to conduct outreach, surveys, data analysis, and technical support aimed at current and potential grant applicants.
Arrange logistics and provide administrative support for internal and external meetings.

How to Apply

Apply online no later than Monday, February 20, 2023, 5:00 pm PDT. You will need to log in or create a 4Culture account in order to access the application.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.4culture.org/building-for-equity-support-specialist/

Posted

1/27/2023

PrideFest
PrideFest's Artist Retreat will give the opportunity for artists of a variety of disciplines to work together and separately in a quite, serene environment over 12 days. All on-site costs are paid for those who are selected (8 in total).

Organization

PrideFest

Website

www.seattlepridefest.org

More Info

Egan Orion

egan@pridefest.org

2064782527

Fee to Apply

FREE

Deadline to Apply

2/15/2023

Description

PrideFest's Artist Retreat will give the opportunity for artists of a variety of disciplines to work together and separately in a quite, serene environment over 12 days. All on-site costs are paid for those who are selected (8 in total).

Located a short ferry ride away from Seattle, Rockland Woods hosts several artist residencies throughout the year and is a committed partner in the PrideFest Artist Retreat. Our selection committee members will be experts in the fields of music, writing and visual art. Our Retreat provides opportunity to dedicated artists with exceptionally strong work samples. In addition to innovative samples, a successful application will be genuine and thought provoking.

A chef and on-site coordinator are included in the retreat. All applicants should be LGBTQIA+. BIPOC artists are especially encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

The application should include a cover letter, answering a few simple questions, as well as providing a sample of your work. No cost to apply.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.seattlepridefest.org/artist-retreat

Posted

1/27/2023

School of Art + Art History + Design, University of Washington
The School of Art + Art History + Design at the University of Washington is seeking highly qualified candidates to fulfill the role of Constituency Relations Officer. The Constituency Relations Officer will plan, manage, and implement School efforts to build relationships with alumni and friends of the school, attract private support from individuals and promote the school regionally, nationally, and globally.

Organization

School of Art + Art History + Design, University of Washington

Website

https://art.washington.edu/

More Info

Ruth Kazmerzak

ruthkaz9@uw.edu

2062212354

Deadline to Apply

2/6/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

The School of Art + Art History + Design (SOA+AH+D) engages and educates students in essential issues of visual history and literacy, the creative process and visual communication, and innovative and socially responsible design. We work closely with leaders in the arts, academic and business communities to ensure that our students understand the role that this education will play in their future success as professionals and global citizens. SOA+AH+D has approximately 40 faculty and 23 staff members serving approximately 600 undergraduate and 60 graduate students plus more than 1,000 non-majors enrolled in our courses. We are seeking highly qualified candidates to fulfill the role of Constituency Relations Officer.

As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem-solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.

UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty.

The Constituency Relations Officer will plan, manage, and implement School efforts to build relationships with alumni and friends of the school, attract private support from individuals and promote the school regionally, nationally, and globally. Responsibilities include gift stewardship, alumni and donor relations, external communications, planning special events supporting fundraising and stewardship, and assistance with fundraising activities. In addition, the position staffs the School’s Advisory Board and manages the biennial Anne Focke Arts Leadership award event. There has never been a more exciting time to be a part of the UW School of Art + Art History + Design as we complete the Arts capital campaign.

This position reports to the Director of the School of Art + Art History + Design and works closely with the College of Arts & Sciences major gifts team. This position acts as the liaison between the School and College of Arts & Sciences and University Advancement staff, and acts as a point of contact for all advancement-related business for the school. In addition, this position works with members of the UW Alumni Association to best integrate Constituency Relations Strategies for the School with overall UW Advancement efforts. This position manages the Events + Marketing Intern. This position is a cyclical appointment, working 100% FTE ten months of the year, September thru June.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Outreach Events (40%)
Plan and coordinate advancement and school forward facing events (lectures, student and faculty exhibition openings, fundraising events, open houses, donor site visits, etc.) including developing guest lists, creating event websites (CVENT), sending invitations, coordinating catering, developing budgets, tracking expenses, drafting briefings, and compiling detailed reports.

Marketing and Communications (35%)
As part of the outreach team, assist with the design and coordination of digital and email invitations through Marketo.
Manage the production of the annual Graduate Thesis website.
Create or oversee student work on posters, postcards, and other print collateral for upcoming School events.
Write and coordinate production of school communications, including newsletters, fact sheets, social media and website content.
Submit calendar listings to The Stranger.
Facilitate partnership with Seattle Art Fair.

Donor Cultivation and Stewardship (15%)
Work with the major gifts team to develop and implement cultivation and stewardship plans to build and sustain donor relationship with the School. This may include annual appeals, events, email communications, etc.
Process all gifts sent to the School.
Steward all donors. Write gift acknowledgement and thank you letters, plan and implement recognition events, write and coordinate annual stewardship packets to endowment donors.
Compose letters and emails that are sent to donors and prospects from the School Director.
Collaborate with other staff to track gift funds to ensure that gift allocations are utilized appropriately as specified by the wishes of donors.
Update constituent records in the Tandem database.
Develop lists for communications, events, appeals, and on request.

Advisory Board (5%)
Coordinate the School’s Advisory Board, including:
Plan and staff Board meetings.
Manage day-to-day communications with the Advisory Board.
Maintain Board member handbook and membership lists.

Corporate and Foundation Relations (5%)
Under the direction of the College of Arts & Sciences CFR team, write and submit grant proposals and sponsorship requests for the School and the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.
Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years’ experience in administrative support, development/advancement/fundraising, alumni relations or communications.

Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Must be interested in and become well informed about issues in visual art, design and art history and be able to communicate them to a broad audience.
Experience with email marketing software such as Marketo, Constant Contact, or Mail Chimp.
Proficiency using Apple computers; demonstrated strong computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for correspondence, special reports, spreadsheets, databases, forms, etc.
Willingness and ability to learn how to use the Tandem CRM and other proprietary software products.
Experience working with budgets, preparing financial spreadsheets, and tracking expenditures.
Strong interpersonal skills and customer service; professional manner with the ability to express oneself clearly and empathetically in interactions with others in all forms of communications, verbal and written, one-on-one and group, etc.; ability to communicate in a direct and professional manner that engages dialog in a manner that resolves differences.
Demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive relationships and actively contribute as a member of working teams to achieve results.
Ability to work independently, problem solve, take initiative, set priorities, and handle multiple projects efficiently and effectively.
Take responsibility and initiative to set and meet the goals, objectives, and obligations while representing the mission, visions and values of the organization.
Demonstrated creativity, organizational ability, and strong attention to detail; ability to make decisions in ambiguous situations, exercise good judgment based on information and analysis in a fast-paced, dynamic, deadline-driven environment in an organized and professional manner.
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidences and protect confidential information; acts in a selfless manner and models ethical values of the UW.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Experience in higher education.
Understanding of higher education administrative systems.
Familiarity with the visual arts and design, and relative organizations, particularly in the Greater Seattle area.
Experience with social media platforms and HootSuite or similar social media management systems.
Experience with WordPress or similar content management systems for websites as well as basic knowledge of HTML.
Experience using InDesign and Photoshop.
Knowledge of alumni relations/development/advancement principles.
Knowledge of UW Advancement policies and procedures, including use of the new CRM, Tandem.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Ability to work evening and weekend hours, as necessary, on short or limited notice.
Must have a driver’s license.
Ability to staff occasional evening events (ten a year).
Able to lift up to 25 lbs.

How to Apply

Please submit all applications via the job posting listed on UWHIRES.

Link to Opportunity

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=216607&szCandidateID=0&szReturnToSearch=1

Posted

1/27/2023

Create! Magazine
Create! Magazine Is Thrilled To Invite Visual Artists To Submit Their Work To A Juried International Virtual Exhibition Curated by Charuka Arora, Victoria J. Fry and Mona Lerch.

Organization

Create! Magazine

Website

https://www.createmagazine.com/

More Info

Sarah

info@createmagazine.com

Fee to Apply

Submission fee is $35 (non-refundable)

Deadline to Apply

2/7/2023

Description

Theme: Alchemy

Alchemy

al·che·my

: a power or process that changes or transforms something in a mysterious or impressive way

Create! Magazine is pleased to announce an open call for a virtual group exhibition open to all artists exploring change or transformation in their work. This theme is open to interpretation and can explore literal or metaphorical ideas of alchemy. All media will be considered.

About Our Guest Curators

Charuka Arora, Artist and Founder of Arts to Hearts Project

Charuka Arora (b.1993) was born in the city of Taj, Agra.
Is an Internationally recognised artist known for her hand crafted Indian embellished collages & paintings.
And, currently works from Delhi and Agra, India. Since 2016 she has been experimenting with Indian textiles, embellishments, images & surface embroideries. She has been exhibiting her work both locally and internationally.
 She has been featured in multiple blogs and publications, including Create Magazine!, CandyFloss magazine, Fad Magazine, The Jealous Curator, Indian Artists Book of Colour to name a few.

Charuka is also the founder & creator of an art publication & community, Arts To Hearts Project, which is a global creative community uniting women artists & helping them build financially successful, fulfilling careers via learning, collaboration, community & networking.


Victoria J. Fry, Artist and Founder of Visionary Art Collective

is a New York City-based painter, educator, curator, and the founder of Visionary Art Collective. Born in England, Victoria lived in Singapore as a child before moving to the United States. The formative years spent in the English countryside continue to have a deep impact on the paintings she creates today.
In her work, Victoria focuses on landscape as it relates to place and memory. Her paintings have been featured in numerous publications, including Create! Magazine, Vanity Fair UK, Art Reveal Magazine, and Pif Magazine amongst others.
Additionally, Victoria has been a guest speaker for the Women’s Caucus of Art, Photo Trouvée Magazine, Art Queens Society, and Huron River Art Collective. She has curated exhibitions for Visionary Art Collective, Arts to Hearts Project, and recently served as a juror for Women’s United Art Prize.
Victoria obtained her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2012 and her MAT from Maine College of Art in 2014. Upon graduating, Victoria moved to California for five years to continue her career as a painter and educator. After living in the Bay Area of San Francisco and Los Angeles, she is now thrilled to be living back in New York City with her fiancé and their cat, Jupiter.


Mona Lerch, Artist, Curator and Founder of Art Mums United and Women United Art Movement


MONA LERCH is a contemporary mixed media visual artist and entrepreneur residing in
Brno, Czech Republic.

In 2020, she began working towards creating a safe space for women artists to empower
them in their journeys and increase their visibility through diverse art opportunities. Amid
the world pandemic, she launched an international online platform Art Mums United
dedicated to supporting other artist mothers and caregivers, and later Women United ART MOVEMENT.

In addition to organizing solo and group exhibits, Mona also coaches artists through her
monthly membership, 1:1 sessions and online programs. She is the host of Women United Art Podcast and Editor In Chief of Women United Art Magazine, a quarterly publication that highlights extraordinary artists, inspiring industry leaders and remarkable art
organizations.

How to Apply

Artists may submit up to 10 individual (different artworks) pieces of work for consideration.
Artists must ensure high quality of images, and we recommend 300 dpi jpeg.
Artwork images and bio must be uploaded directly to the form below.
Bio and statement must be under 300 words each.
Artwork does not have to be for sale.

Link to Opportunity

https://createmagazine.submittable.com/submit

Posted

1/27/2023

Kirkland Arts Center
Kirkland Arts Center seeks a Marketing & Communications Manager to join our welcoming non-profit community and contribute to a vibrant, arts-minded culture on the Eastside. For over 60 years, KAC has served Kirkland and the Eastside and now offers a wide array of visual arts classes and contemporary art exhibitions, all within the historic landmark Peter Kirk Building.

Organization

Kirkland Arts Center

Website

www.kirklandartscenter.org

More Info

Amy Reed

areed@kirklandartscenter.org

(425) 822-7161

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description


Marketing & Communications Manager
Kirkland, WA • Starting immediately
Time Commitment: Full Time, Exempt
Type: Regular
Level: Mid level
Location: On-site
Pay: $57,000-62,000 DOE
Reports to: Executive Director

About Kirkland Arts Center
Kirkland Arts Center (KAC) is a regionally recognized non-profit arts organization that promotes art and art education to ignite individual growth and self-expression, build community, and cultivate cultural vibrancy. values a diverse, inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all students, staff, and instructors. We believe every member of our community enriches our diversity by exposing us to a variety of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges and work together toward effective solutions.

Position Summary
Kirkland Arts Center seeks a Marketing & Communications Manager to join our welcoming non-profit community and contribute to a vibrant, arts-minded culture on the Eastside. For over 60 years, KAC has served Kirkland and the Eastside and now offers a wide array of visual arts classes and contemporary art exhibitions, all within the historic landmark Peter Kirk Building.

Participate in Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Accessibility initiatives throughout the organization.
Drive brand, marketing and communications strategy and implementation for the organization as a whole.
Develop overall strategic, multi-channel marketing plans to increase enrollment, fundraising outreach, gallery attendance and community engagement.
Collaborate with leadership, education, development, and gallery teams to uncover insights, develop, and implement marketing strategies for continuing and new offerings.
Continually measure and report effectiveness of current strategies and iterate to improve engagement.
Oversee the marketing department; manage contractors and relationships with vendors as needed.
Build short and long term project plans; complete creative briefs for major projects, and collaborate with stakeholders to achieve mission and financial goals.
Build and maintain relationships with internal and external partners such as vendors, press, and city officials to better achieve organizational goals.
Develop public relations messaging and critical talking points for organizational leadership for in-person and virtual announcements and transitions; prepare staff members to represent KAC publicly prior to events or engagement opportunities.
Lead graphic design efforts and copy writing for all organizational needs and campaigns, including contractors.
Event management, alongside other KAC teams, particularly the annual fundraising event.
Lead organization-wide calendaring and communications, unifying education, development, and gallery departments.
Identify, follow, and report on a marketing budget for each fiscal year.

Duties & Responsibilities
Lead the development of multi-channel marketing plans to create an effective and efficient marketing strategy focused on both revenue goals and mission goals, by working closely with leadership, programming, and fundraising teams, as well as contractors and vendors.
Spearhead strategic and tactical execution of marketing campaigns across multiple marketing channels, including social media.
Manage conception, development, and implementation of marketing plans and strategies, programming concepts, promotions, and events to drive interest, sales, donations, and participation.
Hold regular meetings with department heads to review schedules, resolve bottlenecks or other challenges, present possible solutions, and eliminate communication barriers and gaps.
Establish qualitative and quantitative goals and KPIs for campaigns, initiatives, and events.
Provide all marketing collateral - print and digital - as appropriate for on and offsite use.
Lead efforts to obtain and share storytelling that advances KAC’s mission and goals
Manage website including content management, regular updates, and continuous improvement.
Oversee multi-channel marketing efforts, including but not limited to: email marketing, social media marketing, and online advertising

Our Ideal Candidate
We are seeking an individual with a passion for the arts, a demonstrated commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and a strong desire to grow within this critical role.

Kirkland Arts needs people who value a growth mentality—people who are willing to do things differently, to test things out, and to fail and try again. We hope to find a collaborative leader who is curious and can lead people with empathy, while being vulnerable and authentic. The Marketing Manager will also consistently demonstrate our shared values of trust, transparency, recognition, integrity, and cross-cultural respect and sensitivity.

We are looking for a skilled interpersonal communicator who can work effectively with the Executive Director, programming staff, and fundraising staff to ensure information sharing and collaborative internal and external communications. The Marketing Manager will also advise the Executive Director and board leadership about internal and external communications needs. The Marketing Manager is excited by and fluent in visual, design, and verbal languages. They will need to be a nimble and creative leader who models compassion, patience, strong interpersonal skills, and a sense of humor.

Skills and Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising, or communications, or commensurate relevant professional experience
Successful track record in delivering marketing campaigns with quantitative results
Fluent in visual, design, and verbal languages
Excellent leadership, communication, and decision-making skills
Experience with digital and print marketing, content marketing, and social media marketing
Experience with managing events and projects
Proven ability to plan and manage budgets
Experience with managing vendor and partner relations
Demonstrated strength in written and oral communication
Demonstrated commitment to values of diversity, inclusion and equity.
Demonstrated ability to work well and collaboratively with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and heritages
Proficiency with:
Email marketing platforms (Constant Contact a plus)
WordPress and website management
InDesign, Canva, or similar software
Adobe Creative Suite
Little Green Light (Donor Management) a plus
Copywriting and editing


The strongest candidates will have direct experience within the arts community, which can be in a combination of volunteer, academic, or professional capacity, with enthusiasm about advocating the importance of the arts to our communities.

Hours, Location & Conditions

Kirkland Arts Center is based in Kirkland, Washington. Our team works in the historic Peter Kirk Building. The Marketing Manager is required to work primarily onsite, with some flexibility.

Weekly hours: 40, exempt

Compensation: $57,000-$62,000 per year, depending on experience
Benefits: Kirkland Arts Center benefits include: medical and dental insurance, generous PTO, one free art course per quarter ($2000 value), free parking, and relevant professional training.
Application Instructions
Interested candidates should submit to employment@kirklandartscenter.org with subject line ‘Marketing & Communications Manager” all of the following.


Cover Letter
Resume
Diversity Statement
3-5 samples of graphic design
3-5 samples of copy writing or press release writing


First review on Monday, February 06, 2023.
Open until the position is filled.


KAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills, and experiences within our staff, students, and governing institutions. Candidates with diverse backgrounds, such as those who identify as Black, Indigenous, Persons of Color and/or LGBTQ+, are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Application Instructions
Interested candidates should submit to employment@kirklandartscenter.org with subject line ‘Marketing & Communications Manager” all of the following.


Cover Letter
Resume
Diversity Statement
3-5 samples of graphic design
3-5 samples of copy writing or press release writing

Link to Opportunity

https://www.kirklandartscenter.org/get-involved/employment/

Posted

1/27/2023

Kirkland Arts Center
The Ceramics Studio Manager supports the efficient, safe, welcoming day-to-day functioning of the Ceramics Studio. The position oversees studio safety as well as the maintenance of studio facilities and equipment. The studio manager is committed to the values of diversity, inclusion, and equity. The position serves as liaison to the clay community and may represent the Ceramic Programs to local, regional and national audiences including instructors, assistants, students, and prospective donors.

Organization

Kirkland Arts Center

Website

www.kirklandartscenter.org

More Info

Amy Reed

areed@kirklandartscenter.org

(425) 822-7161

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description


Ceramics Studio Manager
Kirkland, WA • Starting immediately
Status: Exempt/Salary (40 hrs)
Type: Regular
Location: On-site
Supervises: Technicians, Work/Study Students, Volunteers
Pay: $54,000 to $59,000 DOE
Reports To: Education Director

About Kirkland Arts Center
Kirkland Arts Center (KAC) is a regionally recognized non-profit arts organization that promotes art and art education to ignite individual growth and self-expression, build community, and cultivate cultural vibrancy. KAC values a diverse, inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all students, staff, and instructors. We believe every member of our community enriches our diversity by exposing us to a variety of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges and work together toward effective solutions.

Position Summary
Kirkland Arts Center seeks a Ceramics Studio Manager to join our welcoming non-profit community and contribute to a vibrant, arts- and education-minded culture on the Eastside. For over 60 years, KAC has served Kirkland and the Eastside and now offers a wide array of visual arts classes and contemporary art exhibitions, all within the historic landmark Peter Kirk Building.

The Ceramics Studio Manager supports the efficient, safe, welcoming day-to-day functioning of the Ceramics Studio, overseeing studio safety as well as the maintenance of studio facilities and equipment. The studio manager is committed to the values of diversity, inclusion, and equity. The position serves as liaison to the clay community and may represent the Ceramic Program to local, regional and national audiences including instructors, assistants, students, and prospective donors.

The Ceramics Manager’s purpose is to enable the smooth, safe operations of the ceramics department; foster a supportive, inclusive teaching and learning environment; and work collaboratively with the Education Director, instructors, students, volunteers, and KAC staff.

Responsibilities
Instructors, Volunteers, Students
Supervise and train studio technician team (2).
Supervise work/study students and volunteers.
Train others in safe operation and maintenance of ceramics facilities, including but not limited to: kiln loading, firing and unloading, glaze mixing, supply inventory, equipment maintenance and general cleanliness.
1-2 years prior supervisory experience preferred.
Teaching and Learning
Provide instruction, coaching, and/or mentorship to the KAC community, when necessary and appropriate.
Develop a welcoming rapport with students, faculty and staff, which aids during scheduled work and open studio hours.
Act as technical advisor for students and instructors.
Work with the Education Director, instructors, and students to prepare for classes and workshops.
Equipment and Facilities Management
Maintain, inventory and replace all equipment, materials, and supplies within the ceramics department, including clay and glaze materials, electric and gas kilns, potter's wheels, clay mixers, extruders, studio furniture and tools, and others as needed.
Maintain firing schedules, glaze mixing, equipment assessments, routine maintenance for studio equipment and cleaning schedules.
Ensure safe operation of activities, equipment, tools, chemicals, and materials within the ceramic studios.
Work with work/study students, faculty, and volunteers to inspect glaze test results and update, change, or add glazes.
Work with work/study students, faculty, and volunteers to establish open studio schedule, kiln schedule, and other processes or schedules as needed.
Keep all supplies stocked (clay, glazes, tools, class supplies).
Assist Education Coordinator with purchasing and coordinating purchasing.
See that kilns are loaded, fired, unloaded properly and on a timely basis.
Oversee the safety and cleanliness of the ceramic facilities.
Communications
Effectively communicate verbally and in writing the studio policies and procedures concerning health, safety, and cleanliness guidelines within the studios.
Communicate well with all members of the KAC ceramics community and local clay communities.
Demonstrate commitment to contributing to an inclusive, welcoming working and learning environment where all perspectives are valued and engaged.
Demonstrate ability to communicate well orally and in writing with diverse audiences.
Work well and collaboratively with a broad range of people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, experiences, abilities, and heritages.
Budget
Help prepare departmental budgets.
Advise on equipment purchases.
Help the administrative team plan and implement changes/improvements in the ceramics program.
Advise the Education Director about the effective operation of the ceramics studios, KAC facilities, and the efficacy of the curriculum as well as teaching and learning environment.
Assist with the Education Department’s annual long-term planning processes.
Participate in the Education Team and KAC staff meetings.
Complete other duties as assigned.
Hours, Location & Conditions
Kirkland Arts Center is based in Kirkland, Washington. Our team works in the historic Peter Kirk Building. The Ceramics Studio Manager is required to work primarily onsite, with some flexibility.


Benefits: Kirkland Arts Center benefits include: medical and dental insurance, generous PTO, one free art course per quarter ($2000 value), free parking, and relevant professional training.


Application Instructions
KAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills, and experiences within our staff, students, and governing institutions. Candidates with diverse backgrounds, such as those who identify as Black, Indigenous, Persons of Color and/or LGBTQ+, are encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates please submit a (a) cover letter, (b) resume, and (c) diversity statement to:
registrar@kirklandartscenter.org with subject line: Ceramics Studio Manager


Open until the position is filled.
First review on February, 01, 2023

How to Apply


Interested candidates please submit a (a) cover letter, (b) resume, and (c) diversity statement to:
registrar@kirklandartscenter.org with subject line: Ceramics Studio Manager

Link to Opportunity

https://www.kirklandartscenter.org/get-involved/employment/

Posted

1/27/2023

Ketchikan Area Arts adn Humanities Council
The Program Director is full-time position at the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council (KAAHC), reporting to the Executive Director, with occasional evening and weekend hours. The position is “second in command” and will be the staff liaison to several KAAHC committees. The position strives to educate, support and inspire local artists and arts organizations, including the Arts and Humanities Council, to constantly reach for new heights. The Program Director coordinates and implements the programs and events of the KAAHC. All programs, events and initiatives are fundamentally designed to positively affect the community of Ketchikan and to broaden the diversity of community interaction throughout all sectors. Specific responsibilities include planning, marketing, and implementation of programs and events, as well as grant writing and reporting for specific programs. Applicants must have strong interpersonal, organizational, problem-solving and writing skills, and the ability to juggle competing demands and meet deadlines required. A basic understanding of the workings of a nonprofit, and competency in InDesign and PhotoShop software preferable in successful applicant. KAAHC is a fast paced, exciting, challenging and FUN work environment. A positive attitude and commitment to power of the arts and humanities for the greater good is imperative! Starting salary $40K+benefits, DOE. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Organization

Ketchikan Area Arts adn Humanities Council

Website

https://www.ketchikanarts.org/

More Info

Kathleen Light

Kathleenl@ketchikanarts.org

(907) 225-2211

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

The Program Director is full-time position at the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council (KAAHC), reporting to the Executive Director, with occasional evening and weekend hours. The position is “second in command” and will be the staff liaison to several KAAHC committees. The position strives to educate, support and inspire local artists and arts organizations, including the Arts and Humanities Council, to constantly reach for new heights. The Program Director coordinates and implements the programs and events of the KAAHC. All programs, events and initiatives are fundamentally designed to positively affect the community of Ketchikan and to broaden the diversity of community interaction throughout all sectors. Specific responsibilities include planning, marketing, and implementation of programs and events, as well as grant writing and reporting for specific programs. Applicants must have strong interpersonal, organizational, problem-solving and writing skills, and the ability to juggle competing demands and meet deadlines required. A basic understanding of the workings of a nonprofit, and competency in InDesign and PhotoShop software preferable in successful applicant. KAAHC is a fast paced, exciting, challenging and FUN work environment. A positive attitude and commitment to power of the arts and humanities for the greater good is imperative!

Starting salary $40K+benefits, DOE. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Status/schedule: a full-time, salaried position with occasional evening and weekend hours.
Minimum Qualifications:
 Passion for the value of local arts
 Basic understanding of the role of a non-profit in a community
 Understanding of fine art gallery exhibitions
 College degree in an arts related field or related work experience
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills
 Ability to work independently, take direction, and share responsibilities
 Positive attitude with flexibility in creative problem-solving
 Ability to work effectively with wide constituency
 Excellent organizational skills, with ability to meet deadlines and multi-task
 Experience in coordinating programs, events, and/or exhibits
 Computer skills in word processing, desktop publishing, and databases
 Strong skills InDesign and Photoshop
 Comfortable using social media of all varieties
 Comfortable updating website information
Additional Qualifications
 Educational programming experience
 Grant writing experience
 Public relations experience

Program Responsibilities:
Main Street Gallery
Coordinate the Main Street Gallery, in collaboration with the Program Development Committee, presenting and administrating the Main Street Gallery season, including soliciting interested exhibitors, preparing and facilitating the gallery selection committee, mounting scheduled exhibits, exhibit openings, and exhibitor gallery presentations. Gallery installations and lighting exhibits require being comfortable on ladder.


 Develop and present general arts programming within the Gallery setting that address local needs
 Assist with process of evaluating programs and projects
 Refine program/project policies and procedures.
 Build community support and initiate cooperative programming when appropriate for specific programs and projects.
 Maintain and disseminate calendar of all arts event happenings in community
 Maintain quality and integrity of the appearance and positive reputation of the Main Street Gallery

Performing Arts programs
 Locate, negotiate, and contract with performers and speakers for public programs and performances.
 Assist in locating funding and grants
 Build community support and initiate cooperative programming when appropriate for specific programs and projects.
 Continue to develop program/project policies and procedures.

Educational Programming
 Create, develop and implement relevant educational arts programming for youth and adults
 Administer and further develop artist development workshops and opportunities

Community Events
 Coordinate two arts festivals per year (Blueberry Arts Festival & IDEA Festival) in close concert with other
staff including booth registration, events, and promotion
 Nurture and provide opportunities for community members to create and maintain arts events and gatherings
outside of KAAHC programming
 Assist Administrative Manager with the three Art Walks per year

Other
 Present written program/project reports for monthly board meetings and as needed for grantors
 Administer specific KAAHC program/project budgets and submit regular reports.

Examples of expectations for staff as a team:
 All staff are expected to be members of the Arts and Humanities Council
 All staff are expected to honorably represent the Arts and Humanities Council to the public
 All staff are expected to help clean, set-up and tear-down during major KAAHC events
 All staff are expected to pitch in with the daily cleaning and “maintenance” chores of 330 Main Street
 All staff are expected to complete an annual review at the end of every year
 All staff are expected to participate in the annual “Repaint the Gallery” extravaganza!!!

How to Apply

Submit resume, cover letter, list of references, employment application, and a one-page writing sample: Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council, 330 Main Street, Ketchikan, AK 99901. To download an Alaska employment application, visit https://jobs.alaska.gov/forms/genapp.pdf and click on “Employment applications”. To learn more about the Arts Council, visit ketchikanarts.org.

Interested applicants may contact:
Kathleen Light, Executive Director
(907) 225-2211
KathleenL@KetchikanArts.org

Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council
330 Main Street
Ketchikan, AK 99901

Link to Opportunity

https://www.ketchikanarts.org/programs-events/local-arts-and-culture/ketchikan-area-arts-and-humanities-council/about-us/employment-opportunites.html

Posted

1/27/2023

City of Bainbridge Island
The City of Bainbridge Island (City) in partnership with its Race Equity Advisory Committee and Public Art Committee is seeking to commission an artist or artists to create two or three-dimensional work(s) of interior and/or exterior art for the new Police-Court Facility on Bainbridge Island. The artwork should support and reflect the justice and public safety functions of the facility and respond to the City’s values related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Organization

City of Bainbridge Island

Website

www.bainbridgewa.gov

More Info

Ellen Schroer

eschroer@bainbridgewa.gov

(206) 780-8619

Fee to Apply

None

Deadline to Apply

3/3/2023

Description

The City of Bainbridge Island (City) in partnership with its Race Equity Advisory Committee and Public Art Committee is seeking to commission an artist or artists to create two or three-dimensional work(s) of interior and/or exterior art for the new Police-Court Facility on Bainbridge Island. The artwork should support and reflect the justice and public safety functions of the facility and respond to the City’s values related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

The City encourages responses from artists who identify as women or members of traditionally marginalized communities. All artists with an interest in providing artwork for this space are encouraged to apply. The City anticipates this project will cost a total of $100,000-150,000 for all artwork, project management and installation.

How to Apply

Artists wishing to respond to this Call for Artists must submit a written proposal that clearly and accurately demonstrates their intended approach to this project as well as their experience performing the services outlined in the scope of work.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.bainbridgewa.gov/956/Public-Art-Program

Posted

1/27/2023

Art Mums United
Art Mums United, a global platform highlighting and supporting artist mothers and their practices, is thrilled to announce the call for artists for a new annual publication Artist, Mother, Proud & Serious!

Organization

Art Mums United

Website

https://artmumsunited.com

More Info

Mona Lerch

artmumsunited@gmail.com

Fee to Apply

EUR 35

Deadline to Apply

2/18/2023

Description

Art Mums United, a global platform highlighting and supporting artist mothers and their practices, is thrilled to announce the call for artists for a new annual publication Artist, Mother, Proud & Serious!

We are looking for women-identifying caregivers who are visual or performing artists, regardless of age, education, career stage, sexual orientation, or race.

Volume 1 will be released in November 2023. Selected artists will be included in the digital and print versions of the publication. ALL ARTISTS who submit their work will receive a complimentary digital version of the publication. Print copies will be available for purchase through Amazon worldwide.

REQUIREMENTS
* Artist bio (max 300 words)
* Artist statement (max 300 words)
* A brief summary of experiences as artist mothers
* Up to 3 images of art (visual artists) / Link to performance/music track

The submission includes a non-refundable submission fee that goes towards supporting women artists through our platform, providing opportunities, and will cover expenses related to bringing this publication to life (editing, software, graphic design).

DEADLINE
18 February 2023

LINK TO APPLY
https://www.artmumsunited.com/annualpublication

How to Apply

Submit your bio, statement, a brief summary of experiences as artist mothers and up to 3 images of art (visual artists) / link to performance or music track (performing artists) through the link provided.

Link to Opportunity

https://artmumsunited.com/annualpublication

Posted

1/27/2023

Women United ART MOVEMENT
Women United ART MOVEMENT is thrilled to announce a new call for art for Issue 3 | Spring 2023 of Women United ART MAGAZINE, a publication highlighting contemporary women creatives, inspiring industry leaders and remarkable art organisations.

Organization

Women United ART MOVEMENT

Website

https://womenunitedartmovement.com

More Info

Mona Lerch

magazine@womenunitedartmovement.com

Fee to Apply

EUR 35

Deadline to Apply

2/16/2023

Description

Women United ART MOVEMENT is thrilled to announce a new call for art for Issue 3 | Spring 2023 of Women United ART MAGAZINE, a publication highlighting contemporary women creatives, inspiring industry leaders and remarkable art organisations.

This call for art is open to ALL WOMEN ARTISTS, regardless of age, experience, education, race, sexual orientation, or location.

We welcome creatives who focus on painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital art, collage, fiber/textile art, sculpture, installation, jewellery, and ceramics.

Women United ART MAGAZINE is a digital and print publication available worldwide through Amazon.

All entries require a non-refundable submission fee which goes towards creating opportunities and enhancing the visibility of women artists both online and offline, and the expenses linked to the magazine production. Each open call is carefully curated to ensure a high publication standard, and the submission fee does not guarantee selection.

We encourage female artists from Ukraine and Iran to contact us directly at magazine@womenunitedartmovement.com before submitting to this opportunity for fee exemption.

Artists selected for the publication will receive a complimentary digital copy.

Deadline:
15 February 2023

How to Apply

Submit your artist bio, statement and images of your work through the link provided. Artists from Ukraine and Iran shall contact us at magazine@womenunitedartmovement.com for fee exemption details.

Link to Opportunity

https://womenunitedartmovement.com/artmagazine

Posted

1/27/2023

Museum of Northwest Art
The Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Development Director to lead MoNA’s fund development strategies. This position oversees all essential development functions, including individual and institutional giving campaigns, fundraising event planning, grant submissions, budgets, data management, staff management, and staff mentorship—reports to the Executive Director and works closely with two Development Associates and the Board of Trustees.

Organization

Museum of Northwest Art

Website

https://www.monamuseum.org/

More Info

Renate Raymond

renate@commongreat.us

Deadline to Apply

2/10/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

Description of Duties & Expectations:
● Oversee the department planning, execution, monitoring, and evaluation, as well as
mentorship and providing professional growth opportunities for staff.
● Collaborate with the Executive Director to construct a comprehensive development plan
aligned with organizational financial goals and priorities.
● Manage (with a contract grant writer) the museum’s grants calendar; prepare and
submit grant requests and submit grant reports.
● Oversee the Museum’s marketing activities for exhibits, programs, and fundraising
(newsletters, website, social media, printed and online materials ).
● Create and implement the department’s overall procedures and administrative
processes.
● Manage donor stewardship, including identification, qualification through research,
cultivation, providing briefing ED & Board, requests for support and prompt follow-up,
and donor recognition.
● Responsible for planning and executing (with staff and volunteers) the major fundraising
and donor-specific events, including the summer Auction & Gala and fall Luminaries
event, Collectors Club events and travel, other donor and member-centric stewardship
events.
● Coordinate and support the Executive Director and Board with the highest level major
donors (Major Donors Club, Legacy Club).
● Craft content and themes for all fundraising communications for the newsletters, the
Annual Report, website, emails, and social media, and represent MoNA at donor events,
receptions, and regional partner or donor meetings.
● Manage the Development Committee and Auction Committee (agendas, timeline,
reports, etc.)
● Prepare the Development and Marketing reports for the monthly Board meetings.
● Attend Board and other committee meetings as requested by the Executive Director.
● Apply usage of data analysis as a key fundraising evaluation and planning tool.
● Comply with all institutional, local, state, and federal fundraising regulations, and ensure
all fund activities are executed with nonprofit policies and ethical practices.
● Maintain the Museum’s brand values: education, civic-minded, and accessible.
● Perform other tasks and duties necessary to be an effective MoNA team member.

How to Apply

The position is open until filled. Please, no phone calls.
Applicants are encouraged to apply by February 10, 2023.

Please send a cover letter and resume to apply@museumofnwart.org with MoNA Development Director in the subject line.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.monamuseum.org/employment

Posted

1/27/2023

The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra
SRJO is seeking a part-time development manager (f95% remote)

Organization

The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra

Website

www.srjo.org

More Info

Joanne Conger

j.conger@srjo.org

14252399431

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Part time

Description

Position Overview: The Development Manager supports the Executive Director with the successful operation of a comprehensive donor stewardship program and the continued cultivation of donors to enhance their relationship with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO) through events, campaigns, performances, and donor engagement.
Employer: The Seattle Jazz Orchestra (AKA The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra)

About SRJO: SRJO is the Northwest's premier big band jazz ensemble. Founded in 1995, the 17-piece big band is made up of some of the most prominent jazz soloists and band leaders in the Pacific Northwest.

For almost three decades, the SRJO was co-directed by drummer Clarence Acox, nationally recognized director of bands at Seattle's Garfield High School, and saxophonist/arranger Michael Brockman, a long-time faculty member at the University of Washington School of Music.

How to Apply

Send resume and cover email to j.conger@srjo.org

Link to Opportunity

https://www.srjo.org/developmentmanager

Posted

1/27/2023

Arts Corps
Job Summary The Program Manager will collaborate with the entire Arts Corps Programs Team for successful implementation across all programs. Comprehensive program management entails faculty placement and cultivation, partner orientations and check-ins, faculty supervision, classroom assistant supervision, faculty communication/support, social/cultural aspects of youth across program sites, oversight of faculty payroll process, outreach and management of class enrollments, data tracking, and parent communications. This position is expected to coordinate and lead teaching artists and work with community partners while centering young people in the work. Collaboration is at heart of the functionality of the Programs Team at Arts Corps. Successful candidates will both desire to, and excel at, collaborative models of work.

Organization

Arts Corps

Website

www.artscorps.org

More Info

Heleya de Barros

heleya.debarros@artscorps.org

3238422524

Deadline to Apply

2/17/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

Key Responsibilities

Program Management
Track data and class enrollments for multiple in-school, after-school, and stand-alone programs
Manage teaching artist contracts and assistant agreements
Maintain database contact and bio information for all teaching artists and partners
Identify and place classroom assistants in collaboration with Programs Team
Sign off on paperwork requirements for teaching artist timesheet and other billings
Perform regular teaching artist observations and evaluations with support of Co-Directors of Arts Education
Schedule and facilitate quarterly teaching artist check-in meetings,
Manage programs at multiple in-person teaching sites in the Puget Sound region
Support orientation and positive collaborations between TA’s, assistants and partners
Troubleshoot and problem-solve classroom and curricular issues
Attend curriculum planning meetings

General
Attend weekly and bi-weekly staff and programs team meetings
Attend weekly 1:1 meetings with one of the Co-Directors of Arts Education
Collaborate with Co-Directors of Arts Education and Programs Team on overall program direction strategy
Support Art n Soul, Spring Fundraiser, and other events as needed
Attend and collaborate with programs team on faculty professional development workshops and annual retreat
Represent Arts Corps at various conferences, seminars, forums
Other duties as assigned

Qualifications
Enthusiastic collaborator
Self-starter who can run with tasks and asks for help and guidance
Arts experience and/or love of arts and youth
3-5 years experience in youth programs (including youth supervision) and preferred specialized program areas such as youth arts, youth leadership development and group work; or commensurate combination of experience and education
Experience working with gender non-conforming youth and communities of color
Experience teaching in traditional and non-traditional settings including remote learning via Zoom, Teams, and other platforms
Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with diverse groups of people
Experience providing mentorship
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, and Google Suite
Proficiency in data collection, aggregation, and grant reporting a plus
Ability to travel in-person to sites in Seattle and South King County

We’re more interested in working with phenomenal people than in lists of qualifications. If you don’t tick all the boxes, but you believe you’re the right fit for our team, that’s okay. We still want to hear from you.

Compensation
32 hours/week; salary:$54,000 per year. Generous benefits package including: medical, dental, vision insurance coverage or the choice of a pro-rated stipend; 13 paid holidays and 20 days of PTO annually, and a personal professional development allotment



How to Apply

To Apply: Send resume to heleya.debarros@artscorps.org by end of day February 17th, 2023, and include Arts Corps Program Manager in the subject line.

Link to Opportunity

https://artscorps.org/get-involved/work-with-us/

Posted

2/3/2023

Speak With Purpose
Flex/hybrid role to support community-centric fundraising for Black-led, female-led nonprofit

Organization

Speak With Purpose

Website

https://www.speakwithpurpose.org

More Info

Christine Bateman

cbateman@speakwithpurpose.org

2068760090

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Part time

Description

Speak With Purpose (SWP), our growing Black-led, female-led nonprofit supporting Seattle and South King County scholars, seeks a part-time Growth Development Manager enthusiastic about helping to build a fundraising program from an early stage. SWP is committed to approaching fundraising from a community-centric lens and bringing racial equity into all partnerships and conversations.

This new role will support strategic planning and reporting; lead daily implementation of our fundraising program; and work to ensure that community members such as SWP alumni, parents, and school partners have access to volunteer opportunities and ways to provide in-kind donations. We recognize that not all gifts are monetary and want to encourage family engagement without creating a barrier to access.

Enjoy a flexible schedule, hybrid work environment, diverse staff and board, and tight-knit team.

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter and resume to SWP Deputy Director Christine Bateman. Please see job description for email address.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.speakwithpurpose.org/employment

Posted

2/3/2023

School of Art + Art History + Design, University of Washington
The University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design has a unique opportunity for Director + Curator of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.

Organization

School of Art + Art History + Design, University of Washington

Website

https://art.washington.edu/

More Info

Ruth Kazmerzak

ruthkaz9@uw.edu

2062212354

Deadline to Apply

2/13/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

The University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design has a unique opportunity for Director + Curator of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. The Gallery Director reports to the School Director and consults with the School’s Gallery Committee.

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is a space devoted to education, social justice, and experimentation that honors the legacy of one of the 20th century’s greatest artists, Jacob Lawrence, who taught at the University of Washington from 1970–1985 and served as Professor Emeritus until the end of his life in 2000. The gallery is a tangible, living legacy of Lawrence’s exemplary life and practice.

The Gallery’s primary mission is to showcase the work of faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students, rounding out this programming with an ambitious program of unique exhibitions, lectures, performances, screenings, and discussions. Situated in the University of Washington’s Art Building, the Gallery is a diverse site of knowledge production that serves over 8,000 visitors each year.

As part of its commitments as a training ground for future arts workers, the Gallery has been W.A.G.E. certified since 2017. The Gallery’s internship program offers students the opportunity to learn about curatorial practice and gallery practice, and they gain hands-on skills in developing, installing, and programming exhibitions. The gallery routinely partners with on- and off-campus entities, including The Black Embodiments Studio, Northwest Film Forum, SOIL Gallery and the Seattle Art Fair.

The Director provides curatorial, operational, and administrative leadership for the gallery, along with publicity and installation oversight. Gallery programming can involve the production of publications. The Director will supervise student appointments including a 50% FTE graduate student fellow, student assistant curators, interns and monitors. This position has a significant outreach role to enhance the profile of the School of Art + Art History + Design by liaising with other campus partners and institutions on both the local and national level.

The gallery will move into a newly created, state-of-the-art exhibition space in March 2023, significantly raising its profile on campus and allowing it to better realize its mission.

Responsibilities
Jacob Lawrence Gallery (85%)
- Organize the annual program of exhibitions in consultation with the School’s Gallery Committee and the Director of the SoA+AH+D.
- Manage all curatorial aspects of the Gallery. Plan, prepare, design, install, and publicize approximately 16 exhibitions annually. These include BA and B.Des graduation exhibitions: a MFA work in progress show: faculty promotion shows, juried shows: special exhibitions: and the Jacob Lawrence Legacy Residency.
- Develop and oversee the gallery budget, procure supplies and services, and seek additional funding opportunities through writing grants and coordinating with the UW Advancement team.
- Train, mentor and supervise the graduate fellows and graduate and undergraduate gallery assistants, interns, and monitors.
- Establish and maintain a system to record and archive information about and images of all exhibitions.
- Coordinate as appropriate with other SoA+AH+D galleries with scheduling, advertising, supplies, etc.
- Ensure that the gallery’s physical space, equipment, and exhibition props are maintained and well organized.
- Help coordinate publicity for exhibitions and events, and work to raise the visibility of the gallery.
- Coordinate tours, special events and outside exhibitions.

Campus Engagement (10%)
- Coordinate, curate, and oversee occasional installation of student and faculty work at selected sites across campus
- Act as liaison between the School, the UW campus and the broader art and design communities, including other art galleries, schools, organizations, foundations, and businesses.
- Serve on the Gallery Committee, Art Advisory Board, and other School and UW committees as appropriate.
- Explore innovative ways in which the gallery can reinforce the educational mission of the School.

The School’s Art Collection (5%)
- The School’s collection of art, which includes approximately 1000 pieces, has grown mainly through donations of work from students, plus the estates of former faculty and friends. The gallery Director is involved with maintaining and managing this collection.

Minimum Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree in art, art history or related field with a minimum of 4 years of arts administration and curatorial experience.

Additional Requirements
- Two years managing an art gallery or equivalent experience.
- Excellent organizational, communication, social media, budgetary and writing skills.
- Knowledge of and on-going interest in contemporary, international, national, and regional art
- A keen interest in the experimental nature of student creative development, balanced with an understanding of the need to represent the highest standards and academic mission of the UW
- Availability for some weekend and evening work.

Desired Qualifications
- Teaching experience or equivalent work with undergraduate and graduate students
- Familiarity with northwest contemporary art and artists
- Experience working in a college or university gallery setting

Salary: $5,449 - $8,173 per month

How to Apply

Please visit application link to apply. All applications must be submitted via the UWHIRES profile. For assistance using UWHIRES, visit hr.uw.edu/jobs/before-you-apply/.

Link to Opportunity

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=217685&szCandidateID=0&szSearchWords=&szReturnToSearch=1

Posted

2/3/2023

Seattle Repertory Theatre
The Public Works Manager leads programmatic, educational, and artistic activities for the Public Works program. This role's primary responsibility is to build and maintain community that results in astonishing art, in so doing yielding returns that continue beyond the time frame of any one program.

Organization

Seattle Repertory Theatre

Website

https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

More Info

Human Resources

Deadline to Apply

2/12/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

For full job description, please visit: https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

How to Apply

https://seattlerep.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/3d979a38-d1b9-0391-7c30-75975f18e6ab/apply?source=2365142-CS-51083

Link to Opportunity

https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

Posted

2/3/2023

Seattle Rep
Seattle Rep is committed to producing extraordinary programming. We believe that our ability to contribute to excellence in the arts depends on building and supporting a robust and diverse community.

Organization

Seattle Rep

Website

https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

More Info

Human Resources

Deadline to Apply

2/12/2023

Job Type

Full time

Description

This is a Seasonal position. For full job description, please visit: https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

How to Apply

https://seattlerep.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/6fecfb94-b0a9-a359-f8d2-c07c908b6261/apply?source=2365145-CS-51083

Link to Opportunity

https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

Posted

2/3/2023

Seattle Rep
Seattle Rep is seeking a resourceful and highly talented Costume Design Associate to join the Costume Department Team. The Design Associate provides essential support for our high quality productions.

Organization

Seattle Rep

Website

https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

More Info

Human Resources

Deadline to Apply

2/19/2023

Job Type

Freelance/Consultant

Description

This is a Seasonal, Contract position. For full job description and application details, please visit: https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

How to Apply

https://seattlerep.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/1709e50d-3985-226f-c801-2378855cc3ef/apply?source=2365150-CS-51083

Link to Opportunity

https://www.seattlerep.org/about-us/employment/job-opportunities/

Posted

2/3/2023

Arts & Culture

royal alley-barnes, Interim Director
Address: 303 S. Jackson Street, Top Floor, Seattle, WA , 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94748, Seattle, WA , 98124-4748
Phone: (206) 684-7171
Fax: (206) 684-7172
arts.culture@seattle.gov

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