Gigs, Internships and Jobs

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Have an opportunity that should be listed here?  As part of Temple University, we ask that most outside jobs and internships for our students are listed on Handshake, the Temple University Job Board. Internships and jobs listed here are gleaned from other sources.  We are happy to list gigs and volunteer opportunities here; send an email to miss.kari@temple.edu with a description of the job, rate of pay (if appropriate), and contact information and we will include it as soon as possible!. Thanks!

GIGS

Audrey, a local bride-to-be is in search of an event photographer for her bridal shower on Sunday, 9/29/2019. The event would last no longer than 3 hours and will be in Philadelphia. I will provide light fare for the photographer at no additional charge. In return, she is looking for mainly candid photography of the bride, guests, games, food, and decor. She would also like 50 non-watermarked images, on either a USB stick (to be provided by me) or via free online sharing site for download, within 72 hours of the event. Although light editing to adjust sharpness, brilliance, etc. is requested, I am not asking for editing of skin blemishes, hair flyaways, etc. As compensation for the photography and editing, I am offering $100. Interested applicants send an artist statement and sample of their work via this email address: definitelydavis2019@gmail.com. (6/7)

Internships

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

Design and Social Media Intern. A small boutique design and digital marketing agency based out of Fishtown is looking for a hard-working designer who is on top of visual trends and has an excellent work ethicfor some ongoing work. This is a paid internship. (5/23)

Museum Education – Connections. In summer 2019, the new Asheville Art Museum will open after a major renovation and construction project. The NC GlaxoSmithKline Foundation awarded the Museum a prestigious Ribbon of Hope grant to launch Connections, a new art-based program serving community-dwelling adults with mild to moderate memory loss and their care partners living in Western North Carolina, when the Museum reopens. This program builds and reinforces connections between program participants + art, artists, and ideas, through personally meaningful discussions and activities; adults with memory loss + their care partners, through stimulating, in-the-moment outings. The intern will gain valuable professional experience by working alongside staff in the Education Department to accomplish a defined set of tasks related to Connections; see attached position description or visit https://www.ashevilleart.org/about/careers/intern/ for more information. Education Intern – Connections stipend: $2025. Candidates who qualify for the Rosemary Kennedy Internship Initiative (see below) are eligible for an additional stipend. This position may be eligible for school credit for current students. To learn more and apply, please see the attached internship description or visit https://www.ashevilleart.org/about/careers/intern/. Apply by July 1. (5/14)

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Jobs

Freelance Production Associate, Visual Window Display. The Freelance Production Associate will work within the Visual Windows team and assist most prominently with prop production and installation. Associate will be based in store, focusing on window installation and maintenance. This includes but is not limited to: painting, cleaning, fixing prop when necessary, demonstrating overall awareness of the window’s condition, as well as maintaining the work space and tool rooms. With 36 windows and an on-site work space, this person is expected to understand the importance of appearance and maintenance but is not limited to such tasks. Freelance Associate will periodically work in off-site wood shop to assist in the production of prop and displays. Allocation of time will be about 80% at the store and 20% at the workshop. (6/10)

Exhibitions Coordinator. Tiffany & Co. is seeking an Exhibition Coordinator to join our team in Parsippany, NJ. The Exhibition Coordinator will assist the Archives Department with the planning and execution of the Brand Exhibition (September 2019). S/he will support the department in the preparation of materials, digitization of assets, project tracking, registration tasks, and will serve as liaison with other departments and contractors. (6/10)

Templar Yearbook Staff. The Templar Yearbook has several paid staff positions available for the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year, and we hope you’ll share the attached job listings and position descriptions with your students or students you work with in your respective offices. See submission requirements here. (6/3)

Summer Pre-college & Continuing Education Student Worker. Tyler Pre-College & Continuing Education offers non-credit art education programs to beginning, intermediate and advanced-level high school and adult learners. Come make a difference in people’s lives, and have fun while doing it! Potential candidates should have strong communication skills and an interest in working in an educational setting. Candidates must be approachable, reliable, organized, able to consistently display good judgment, and be positive and supportive of the intellectual development of young adults and adult students alike. (5/24)

Director, Council for the Arts. The director of the Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT) stewards the relationship between the volunteer members of the organization with the various aspects of the arts at MIT and administers all of the programs funded by the Council’s budget. Working closely with the Executive Director of Arts Initiatives, the Associate Provost with responsibility for the arts, and the Executive Committee of the Council, as needed, the director is responsible for implementing long-range planning and strategic vision, recruitment of new members, and the overall fiscal and operational activities of the Council. The director acts as a liaison between CAMIT members and students, faculty, staff, and other CAMIT members, and provides timely communication of arts news, events, and programs both inside and outside of the Council’s purview. The director creates a professional and convivial atmosphere for the accomplishment of CAMIT business. The director communicates CAMIT news and programs to the greater MIT community. (5/20)

Studio Manager. Deborah Roberts Studio is a fine art studio operating in Austin Texas. She is seeking a full-time, well-organized, and self-motivated Studio Manager to coordinate all managerial activities including multiple exhibitions and special projects. Studio Manager will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of a visual artist’s studio, managing its staff, and liaising with galleries, institutions, private collectors, foundations and corporations. (5/20)

Steven Holl Architects is seeking a Development | Communications Coordinator to work with the Principals, Senior Staff and Marketing team. Responsibilities include proposal production and development, marketing communications, and business development activities; maintaining the firm’s social media and website, coordinate with external PR consultant, and awards submissions. Applicants must have a strong sense of self-motivation and follow through, be highly organized, deadline driven, and a team player. (5/20)

Gagosian Executive Reception Desk Associate. We are looking for a polished, energetic front desk associate who can be friendly but professional, maintain composure under pressure, has excellent judgment and ability to prioritize, a great memory for faces, and must have outstanding phone manner.

Museum Curator. Peter Wentz Farmstead, Montgomery County PA Department of Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites. The Peter Wentz Farmstead is an 18th-century Pennsylvania German Farmstead that includes a furnished ca. 1758 stone historic house, kitchen garden, demonstration farm, and 1.25 mile nature trail set on over 100 acres in Worcester Township, PA. The Curator will manage all aspects of the historic site collections, including care, conservation, organization, records, storage, exhibition and security, and will report to the Site Administrator. Work schedule includes some evening and weekend hours. (5/20)

Museum & Art Center Manager. The City of Moses Lake is in search of an experienced Museum Manager. Performs administrative, managerial, and technical tasks in the planning, development, implementation, management, and evaluation of the year-round public Museum and Art Center, fulfills the museum’s mission as adopted by the City of Moses Lake; utilizes a combination of public and private funding sources and works within the municipal policies of the City of Moses Lake. (5/20)

Photographer. Brown University’s Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is accepting applications for a full-time, term-limited, grant-funded Photographer to join a project funded through a four-year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The photographer will work with a team including the museum’s curatorial/collections management staff, a conservator, and collection assistants to document the museum’s large archaeological and ethnographic collections in preparation for a planned move of the collection and to expand accessibility of the collections to researchers, educators, students and stakeholder communities. (5/20)

Museum Curator. The Arizona Historical Society, through its exhibits, programs, publications, and outreach, informs and inspires people of all ages by reminding them of the boldness and daring that characterized countless individuals, past and present, who have made Arizona their home. (5/20)

Curator of Interpretation, Wyoming State Museum Cheyenne. To create interpretive content for permanent and temporary exhibitions, thus providing access to our rich cultural and natural history and meeting the varied needs of a diverse audience. (5/20)

PT Photographer. Brown University’s Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is accepting applications for a part-time, term-limited, grant-funded Photographer to join a project funded through the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The photographer will work with a team including the museum’s curatorial/collections management staff, a conservator, and collection assistants to document the museum’s large archaeological and ethnographic collections from the Americas in preparation for a planned move of the collection and to expand accessibility of the collections to researchers, educators, students and stakeholder communities. (5/20)

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Young artist(s) wanted to make memes/graphic art for protest. The protest is for Uighur Muslims in concentration camps in China. Please contact Matt Tucker at 610 203 1824 or mattjamestucker55@gmail.com for more details! (6/8)