Gigs, Internships and Jobs

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Gigs

A Temple alumna is looking to hire a student to illustrate some children’s books that she has written (she’s already had a book published!). She has six books in total, including “Lorretta And Her Ribbons”  and “Ella The Rainbow Horn Unicorn.” If you would be interested in working with her, send some jpgs of your work or a link to your portfolio to Ilene Glass at igdarling21@yahoo.com. (8/12)

Ambitious is drama-comedy that channels on Samara Tran, the first to attend college in her Vietnamese working class family. Ambitious is well-known for representing people of color, and groups such as the LGBTQ and ASL community within its cast and crew. We are currently looking for someone who can join us on our social media graphics team. They must have experience with photoshop and illustrator, can work remotely, meet deadlines and love open communication. They should expect 5 to 10 hours a week from mid-August to December. As Ambitious is going further into post-production and distribution, we got some great collaborations along our way! We recently just got picked up by an indie streaming service, and we will be featured on the B&H Photo and Video site in September. We’d love to add another Temple student on our team, so they can gain experience and exposure. This is a student work, so it is unpaid, but credited. Send your resume and portfolio/website to Samantha Tan at samanthaktan@gmail.com (8/9)

Mike Weber in Plymouth Meeting is hosting a block party on Saturday, October 5, 2019.  It’s a fully insured and permitted event.  He is looking for two artists to do face painting for kids from 3-6 pm (event is from 3-8 pm).  We’re offering $10/hour and free food/drinks.  If you are interested, contact him: mpw150@gmail.com. (8/4)

Illustrate During A Food Brainstorm Session on Wednesday, September 11th for $250/day. We are seeking 5 illustrators located in/near PHILADELPHIA, PA who are able to create rapid sketches of snacks and baked goods in the moment as they are ideated during a brainstorming session. The brainstorming session will be up to 8 hours on Wednesday, September 11th on-site at a hotel near the Drexel and Penn campuses in Philadelphia. Likely from 8am – 3:30pm, with artist setup and breakfast available at 7:30am.  There may be an opportunity for work on additional days. During the all-day session sketch artists will enjoy tasting food samples and collaborating with experts from many different disciplines while rapidly sketching the ideas brainstormed to bring them to life. The illustrations are intended as an amazing tool that enables participants to quickly visualize the ideas – they are not intended as finished work, just rough illustrations to convey the concepts in the moment. Interested?  Please contact Lisa@ideabungalow.com. When applying, please share a link to your portfolio and samples of your food illustrations. During the online video interview you will be asked to brainstorm with the interviewer for 5 minutes and illustrate the ideas live to ascertain your speed, level of creativity and illustration technique. FEE: $250/day, inclusive of all artist material and travel expenses (budget for travel and materials is not available. Local illustrator preferred; if not local, you must be willing to pay for your own travel expenses). IMPORTANT: as this is a brainstorm session for new product ideas, work must be kept strictly confidential and anything related to the client company or the products ideated and sampled may NOT be used in your portfolio. (7/29)

Internships

Looking for an internship, but not sure you really have the time? Parker Dewey offers gig-based paid internships. Check it out here!

Food Access Fellowship (unpaid). The City of Philadelphia’s Food Access Fellowship program offers an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate-level students to contribute to fighting hunger in Philadelphia’s most vulnerable populations. Food Access Fellows engage in capacity-building work with identified meal providers and facilitate collaboration with social service organizations. Fellows help to increase both the quantity and quality of emergency meals served in Philadelphia, as well as the interconnectedness of social service organizations. In the process, Fellows will gain valuable experience for careers in City government and the non-profit sector. The position is housed within the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Homeless Services (OHS). (8/21)

College of Education is looking for a Tyler to join our team as a Design Intern. The posting is on Handshake. (8/20)

Orchard Art Collective, a local art collective and gallery space in Frankford, has several internship opportunities with their collective. While unpaid, they offer to interns hours-worked towards classes and/or events that we host as well as valuable education and networking opportunities in exchange for their service.   (8/19)

Adorned by Aisha is looking for an intern to help with basic jewelry fabrication. This includes but not limited to: assembling pieces by adding chains, charms, earrings hooks, etc. Gluing pieces together. Replacing batteries. This internship also has some clerical aspects including but not limited to: social media, website and Etsy updates, updating mailing lists etc. Studio is located in northern liberties. Please email adornedbyaisha@gmail.com to apply. (8/15)

Graphic Design Student Worker or Intern. The Graphic Designer at Temple University’s College of Engineering reports to the Director of Strategic Marketing and Communication with the responsibilities of the creation of visual content for the College. The role will to maintain a strong visual identity, and present a consistent and professional image to all external and internal constituents. Projects range from brochures, flyers, posters, t-shirts to advertisements, animation/video assets, and more. 6-10+ hours per week with a flexible set schedule. (8/2)

Share Food Program is hiring a variety of Interns for the fall semester. The Share Food Program is looking for interns for the Fall 2019 semester looking to make a real difference in Greater Philadelphia. Share Food Program is a fast-paced and lively 501(c)(3) non-profit that welcomes big ideas and big personalities at our North Philadelphia warehouse and offices at 2901 W Hunting Park Ave. The Share Food internship program promises real responsibility and action—with a true learning experience.  We are committed to a “no getting coffee, no getting copies” internship policy–interns have real responsibility and do valuable work. These positions are unpaid, but we can promise a rewarding experience doing work that matters. (7/30)

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Jobs

Manager, School and Community Partnerships. How would you like to be part of a team of the most beloved children’s museum in Philadelphia? Now is your chance to represent a nonprofit organization that changes a child’s life as they discover the power of learning through play. Please Touch Museum a non-profit organization seeks an experienced, Manager, School & Community Partnerships. Reporting to and working closely with the Senior Director, Museum Experience & Education, the Manager, School & Community Partnerships will plan, develop, and foster partnerships and collaborative opportunities with Philadelphia schools, teachers, administrators, libraries, and community organizations. They will work closely with the Manager, Education Programs in the development of facilitated school field trip programs and drive long-term development of school-museum partnerships and programs within the Museum and in Philadelphia schools. They will develop and support programs and resources for early childhood professionals and educators. They will also lead school open house cultivation events. (8/21)

Artist Assistant for afterschool programs. Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture’s after-school visual art classes meet at Juanita Academy on Mondays 3:15pm-5:45pm, and at Moffet School on Wednesdays 3:15-5:45pm. The position requires a commitment of 6 hours on average per week, with expectation of additional time for assisting in occasional planning/display of students’ artworks. The Art Assistant should assist Teaching Artist and Tyler Alumni Lisa Volta-Zalloum in set up, clean up, and support in-class instruction and student behavior.  Applicants should be skilled in visual art and be responsible, flexible, and passionate about youth, arts, and cultural education. This is a paid position of $14/hr. To apply please send resume with two references to madeline@albustanseeds.org (8/20)

Craft Fair Sales Associate. Adorned by Aisha is hiring! We are looking for a sales associate to go to craft shows and street festivals in the Philly/South Jersey area. You will be setting up the booth, displaying the merchandise, and then selling the goods. You will be responsible for getting the goods to and from the shows and staying during show hours for selling. MUST HAVE CAR, Must be available on weekends. Prior Sales experience is a plus but not necessary. Please email adornedbyaisha@gmail.com (8/15)

Teaching Artists and Assistants for Youth Art & Photography Education. The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC) is seeking Teaching Artists and Assistants for youth programming for Fall 2019 programming. We  design our sessions into ten weeks, aiming to be in schools for two hours each week. (8/12)

The Tyler School of Art Admissions office is hiring new Student Ambassadors for the 2019 -2020 school year. Student Ambassadors play a critical role in welcoming new, current, and prospective students to Tyler School of Art. The Tyler School of Art Admissions team has a reputation for being knowledgeable, helpful, and kind. We seek students eager to share their passion for Tyler School of Art! Student Ambassadors must be comfortable speaking on the phone, to incoming guests, and in front of crowds. If you feel this roles fits you apply here as soon as possible. Employment will be based on work study eligibility for the Fall 19 Semester. (8/12)

Digital Art & Animation Teacher. One River School of Art + Design is on an ambitious plan to “transform art education” across America and we are seeking compelling educators to join our company and grow with us. One River has become the voice for contemporary art and design within its communities by developing a new method for teaching which celebrates what is current and relevant in today’s art and design worlds. We are looking for experienced digital artists with a desire to teach a wide variety of classes to artists of all ages. Our programs develop enthusiastic young digital artist through the following specializations: Digital Drawing/Painting/Illustration, Animation, Design, 3D sculpting, Comics, Cartooning, Photography, Film and more! (8/12)

Archivist/Media & Image Editor. The Archivist/Media & Image Editor is responsible for a variety of key roles at fast-paced contemporary artist’s studio. As the studio’s archivist, they control, oversee and maintain all facets of the studio’s archive both analog and digital. As Media & Image Editor, they work closely alongside the artist helping to creatively build, photograph, retouch, edit and assemble imagery for new artworks. This role also oversees the studio’s web and social media presence. The tasks are wide-ranging and take place working alongside a friendly and dynamic studio team of collaborators. (8/12)

Assistant Director at Cheryl Numark Art Advisory. Cheryl Numark Art Advisory, a leading art advisory firm based in Washington, DC, provides art consulting services for private, corporate and institutional clients, and sells second market work as a private dealer. CNAA is currently seeking an Assistant Director or Assistant to the Director, depending on the experience of the candidate. Ideally, the successful candidate will have a track record of experience working in a commercial fine arts setting, knowledge of contemporary art, proficiency in editing images, excellent writing and organizational skills, a strong work ethic, and a desire to pursue a career in the art consulting field. (8/12)

Curatorial Assistant. The James A. Michener Art Museum, a private non-profit organization in Doylestown, PA, is seeking a full-time Curatorial Assistant to join its Curatorial Department. Reporting to the Curator of American Art, the Curatorial Assistant assists the Curator, Registrar, and Chief Preparator in all aspects of the Curatorial Department, including administrative duties, exhibitions programming, research and display of the permanent collection, and support of the department’s accessions program by researching objects proposed for accessions, tracking gifts, and related duties as assigned. (8/12)

Museum Specialist. This position is located in the Collections Processing Unit (CPU), Collections Department, Collections Archives and Logistics Directorate, National Air and Space Museum (NASM), Smithsonian Institution, which is responsible for properly protecting the National Collections of Aeronautics and Space Artifacts in perpetuity, guaranteeing intellectual as well as physical control over those collections. (8/12)

AmeriCorps Museum Associate. AFNHA AmeriCorps Museum Associates serve with local historical museums on collections management, exhibit development, visitor services, promotion, and capacity building. Several positions still open for a one-year term to start in September, including WV Railroad Museum, Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, County Historical Societies, and developing a 4H museum. This full time AmeriCorps service year experience is a great way to build your resume while serving rural communities in the beautiful West Virginia mountains. (8/12)

The Tyler Exhibitions Team is looking for new members! Are you interested in learning about the in’s and outs of running exhibition spaces, including art handling techniques, restoration, materials management, safe practices, and photographing exhibitions for the Tyler website? If so, please email Kati Gegenheimer (kati@temple.edu) and Zach Lindenberger (dackle8@temple.edu) expressing your interest in joining our exhibitions team that manages the Stella Elkins Tyler Galleries and exhibitions spaces across the Tyler Building. Please note that only students with work-study may apply. (8/6)

Tyler Student Life is looking for someone to help out in the office and run the Wednesday Cookie Jar & Java event. You will need to be free to work on Wednesdays between 10:30 and noon (10-12:30 is better). You must have work study. There will be one other period of time per week scheduled at your convenience during work hours. Additional hours may be available during events, but you will work 4-6 hours per week. If you are interested, please contact Kari Scott: miss.kari@temple.edu Please note that only students with work-study may apply. (8/6)

Admissions Counselor. Otis College of Art and Design is hiring an Admissions Counselor to counsel prospective students regarding admission policies and procedures. Reviews and evaluates applicants to determine qualification for admission to Otis. The position involves extensive travel within the United States as well as working evenings and weekends. This position reports directly to the Assistant Director of Admissions Recruitment. (8/4)

Graphic Designer. The Marketing & Communications team at The New York Academy of Medicine is looking for a technical and creative Graphic Designer with relevant professional experience in digital and print design with demonstrated strong project management skills. The ideal candidate works well in a fast-paced environment and can manage deadlines and multiple projects simultaneously. The Graphic Designer reports to the Associate Creative Director (ACD) and works collaboratively with the Senior Web Producer and other members of the team. (8/4)

Temple PEX Coordinator. This is a part-time position 20 hours/week. The PEX (Philadelphia Experience) Passport provides Temple students discounted access to arts and cultural organizations throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding region and publicizes cultural events for the purpose of encouraging student engagement with the city. The part time PEX coordinator maintains the PEX (Philadelphia Experience) Passport by communicating with existing community partners, reaching out to new partners, keeping the online Passport updated and functional, and publicizing the Passport to faculty
and students. Performs other duties as assigned. (8/4)

Digital Designer. The Annenberg School for Communication is looking for a motivated graphic designer who will be responsible for the design and user experience of school-wide websites, as well as other design collateral such as graphics, posters, and publications. (7/31)

Resource Exchange Staff. The Resource Exchange is a nonprofit creative reuse store, gallery, and workshop space that saves art and educational supplies, props and decor, building materials, and other salvaged and donated materials and makes them accessible to the public at low cost. Our in-store gallery exhibits, workshops, and public events raise awareness of the artistic, environmental, and economic benefits of creative reuse. We recently moved to an exciting new location on American Street in Kensington, and we are seeking long term employees who are interested in contributing their skills to our nonprofit’s mission and ongoing development. Our creative reuse warehouse is a unique retail and gallery environment, and ideal candidates will excel in a nontraditional setting. Commitment to both the environment and the arts is essential. (7/30)

Museum Exhibit Technician. The Dumbarton Oaks Museum is seeking a full-time Museum Exhibit Technician to join the team responsible for maintaining our exhibit galleries for the best visitor experience. The Museum Exhibit Technician will prepare artifacts and art works for display and assist with design and installation of temporary and permanent displays. The role will perform a wide variety of tasks (interior design, construction, and installation of exhibitions; art preparation and handling; troubleshooting and repairs; maintenance of electronic and lighting systems). (7/29)

Curatorial Coordinator. The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography and the reproduced image in all its forms. Through our exhibitions, school, public programs, and community outreach, we offer an open forum for dialogue about the role images play in our culture. Since our founding, we have presented more than 700 exhibitions and offered thousands of classes, providing instruction at every level. Reporting to Director of Exhibitions and Collections, the Curatorial Coordinator provides support for all departmental activities. Requires interaction with staff, interns, Trustees, and vendors. The Curatorial Coordinator will also assist with various aspects of exhibition and catalogue preparation and execution. (7/29)

Programs Coordinator. Assist in planning and implementing our educational and presenting programs, including engaging in continuous self-education and research that draws on Arab arts, culture, and history through readings, online resources, and exchanges with knowledgeable scholars, artists, and educators; coordinating implementation of Al-Bustan’s Arab Arts Program at Moffet Elementary School, Al-Bustan Camp, community arts classes in West Philadelphia, concerts, demonstrations and special events throughout the year; documenting the above programming through writing blog/website posts and photography, and compilation of participants’ data for grant reporting; updating constituent relationship management software (Salesforce) to include participants, partners, and donors, and generating relevant reports and recruiting and managing volunteers to assist in ongoing programs and special events. (7/29)

Cabinetmaker Assistant —  T.K.Lynch Joinery & Design LLC is a small, high-end custom furniture and cabinetry shop looking for experienced or apprentice/entry-level help. Part-time, but potential for full time in near future. Participate in all aspects of custom furniture fabrication and shop maintenance — milling lumber, tool upkeep, furniture fabrication and assembly, finishing, etc…Please have a valid driver’s license, and ability to drive a manual transmission would be great. Contact Kevin Lynch at tklynch@mac.com (7/29)

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

North City Arts, a local a nonprofit community arts program for youth in the community that has been doing programming in the community for over 10 years through community organizations and churches, is looking for students to help lead arts programs for three different learning environments where the children range in age from k-13yrs of age to begin in Fall 2019. They are also in need of a volunteer graphic designer to help them update their logo and work on their branding. If you are interested in learning more about their program and possibly volunteer to help, contact Karan Rogers at krogers@northcityarts.org  or phone at 215-514-4135. (7/15)