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A Temple FMA Grad Student is working on a thesis film and looking for (unpaid, but resume-padding) help on the film:
- Production Designer: The production designer will work directly with the director and cinematographer to craft the visual look of the film. As one of the key creative contributors on set, the production designer should have a keen visual sense – a feel for form, color, and texture.
- Art Assistant: This position entails working under the production designer during principal photography to maintain the integrity of the set. The art assistant also plays a vital role in ensuring that the film doesn’t have continuity errors and will work with the film’s script supervisor to minimize problems.
Filming starts in mid-June. More info (4.15)
A local startup is looking for a student photographer to take some photos of their products for sale. This is a quick 1-2 hour gig with a possibility of model shots in the future. If you are interested contact Obinna Okafor at 973-735-7308 (4/2)
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Women’s Studio Workshop 6-month Nonprofit Management Internship (stipend). You’ll work directly with WSW’s staff under the leadership of the Managing Director, and gain experience by working alongside the staff of an established nonprofit arts organization. You will, among other things, undertake projects relating to public relations, fundraising, event planning, and arts administration. Apply by June 30. (4/18)
Print Center Internship. The Print Center offers structured training in arts administration, curatorial work, gallery management and gallery sales to undergraduate and graduate students who, in turn, earn valuable college credit. Gallery Assistant Interns assist our small, team-oriented staff with day-to-day operations. Potential duties include: internet research, database entry and assistance with mailings, membership and donor relations, marketing and public relations. They learn fundamentals of fundraising, promotion and audience relations while assisting with daily organizational tasks and preparations for special events. Summer applications due 4/19, Fall applications due 8/23) (4/17)
Semmes Foundation Internship in Museum Studies. The McNay Art Museum, a museum of modern and contemporary art, is offering a twelve-month (paid) internship in curatorial work beginning fall of 2019. The goal of the internship is to prepare individuals interested in embarking on a curatorial career by providing significant experience in several areas of specialization, including work with the collection, exhibitions, publications, and programs. Applicants should have a master’s degree in art history, art criticism, museum studies, curatorial practice, or a related field; excellent written and oral communication skills; computer proficiency; and research skills. (4/16)
Paid Oral History Internship/Practicum. The John J. Wilcox, Jr. LGBT Archives at the William Way LGBT Community Center seeks two paid interns or practicum students to conduct oral histories for the Philadelphia AIDS Oral History Project. The interns will be responsible for conducting up to 12 oral history interviews in the Philadelphia region with individuals who are/were religious leaders from diverse faith traditions and who also took on active (and sometimes complicated) roles as early responders to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Application deadline is April 30. (4/15)
RockLititz Internships. Are you a determined arts student (in either theatre or fine arts?) Live Event production is a technical, creative, fast-paced industry, with opportunities for individuals with various education levels. With careers ranging from design to engineering, manufacturing to finance, marketing to management, together, we build and create live experience for audience of all types. These insternships are in Lititz, PA (just north of Lancaster). (3/15)
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Studio Assistant (Culver City, CA). Art studio is seeking an organized and professional individual with gallery and/or studio experience to join a motivated and highly committed team as a full-time studio assistant. This is a support position focused on assisting the studio in its exhibition, speaking engagement, publication and archive projects. In addition, this position will be responsible for overseeing registrar duties in the studio, including database management, as well as the flow and storage of artwork inventory. This position is expected to effectively and professionally communicate with galleries, museums and collectors as needed. They will work directly with the artist and studio director, and will support social media and digital content strategy. While these are the primary areas of engagement for this position, an interest in and willingness to participate in all aspects of the studio are expected. (4/16)
Manager of Interpretive Programs. Under the direction of the Curator of Education, the Manager of Interpretive Programs participates in the development of programs, coordinates logistics for programs and events and teaches a variety of programs for school groups and the general public. Manages dailt logistics at the Museum including volunteer and intern schedules and maintaining gallery interpretive supplies. Four-year College degree with a major in history, public history, art history, education, natural science, museum education or a related field. Equivalent of 1 year work or volunteer experience in education, public speaking or communicating with youth and/or adults. (4/16)
Museum Technician. As a Museum Tech (History) with the Presidential Materials Division, you will perform duties involving the handling, accessioning, tracking, and proper storage of Presidential and Vice Presidential gifts and other artifacts on courtesy storage with LM. Current federal employees and those eligible for special hiring authorities (Disabilities Program, VRA, etc.) are encouraged to apply to that announcement. (4/16)
Art Preparator. The Everson Museum of Art seeks a highly skilled Art Preparator to join the Collection/Exhibition department. The successful candidate will be trained in museum/art handling best practices, have an eye for detail, be a creative problem-solver, and have the ability to make the most from limited resources. Reporting to the Registrar, the Preparator works closely with the Museum’s Collection and Facilities staff. The Preparator is an important team member, responsible for the well-being and care of the Museum’s collection and exhibitions. (4/16)
Assistant Curator, Hopewell Museum, NJ. The Assistant Curator will share oversight and curatorial responsibility for the “object collection” under the
supervision and direction of the Curator and the Collections Committee. More specifically, this includes: Ceramics, glassware; Tools, implements, devices (mechanical and electronic), machines; Clothing/attire and personal items; Other textiles (including quilts, linens, samplers, etc.); Archaeological artifacts; Artwork (2- and 3-dimensional) and decorative items; Furniture.
The “object collection” excludes archival materials as defined in the Archivist job description. Items included in the “object collection” may or may not be housed in frames or special cases. (4/16)
Manager of School Programs. We have an opening for a full-time Manager of School Programs who will manage the development, delivery, and evaluation of innovative programs for students and teachers, and work in partnership with the Polk Bros. Associate Director of Learning to raise the profile and reputation of the MCA (Chicago) in the city and beyond. The Manager will also be responsible for the recruitment, hiring, supervision, and training of teaching artists and contractors. (4/16)
Program Manager (FT). Campus Philly seeks a creative, enthusiastic, entrepreneurial program manager to support our audience engagement work – via our digital communications, in-person presentations and events. This position will be responsible for operating Campus Philly’s deals and discounts program – including arts and culture institutions, restaurants and events – contributing to our web and social media content, as well as creating and executing successful College Nights at Philadelphia cultural institutions and entertainment venues. (4/11)
Meet Philly Tour Street Team (PT). The Meet Philly Tour Street Team will work closely with the Program Manager for Student Engagement to staff on-campus tabling events. Street Team members will engage and introduce regional college students to resources in Philadelphia via Campus Philly’s Insider Guide to Philadelphia and other Campus Philly materials, while encouraging students to sign-up for more information. The team will be comprised of energetic regional college students excited to help other students explore Philadelphia who consider themselves strong and outgoing communicators. (4/11)
Public Programs & Outreach Manager. The Samek Art Museum is a program of Bucknell University that creates meaningful encounters between artists, students, scholars, the public and works of art. The Museum presents originally curated, traveling, and collection based exhibitions and public programs that cover the range of art history with an emphasis on contemporary art. The Public Programs & Outreach Manager develops and implements the museum’s education programs and outreach activities. The Public Programs & Outreach Manager reports to the Museum Director and fulfills their duties in accordance with campus, state, and federal policies and laws as well as in keeping with museum and gallery professional practices. (4/10)
Teaching Artist for Children & Teen Offsite Programs. Main Line Art Center seeks energetic and creative teaching artists to enhance our youth class offerings all held at offsite locations. Classes are often themed and may incorporate mixed media techniques for a range of beginner and experienced young artists. (4/10)
Teen Lounge Teaching Artist. Teen Lounge at Fleisher Art Memorial is accepting project proposals from teaching artists for our Fall 2019 term (September-November). Teen Lounge is a free, drop-in afterschool arts program providing young people ages 13-19 with opportunities to meet and collaborate with working Philly artists. We’re looking for applicants excited about collaborating with teen students and centering their experiences, in a relaxed, affirming environment. (4/10)
Exhibits Manager. History Nebraska is seeking a collaborative and curious Exhibits Manager to plan, coordinate, and develop exhibitions at the Nebraska History Museum and other sites managed by History Nebraska. The Exhibits Manager will play a critical role in creating an engaging visitor experience. Collaborating with curators, educators, and the collections division, the manager will develop, manage, and maintain exhibits. History Nebraska is a statewide educational institution that connects people to the past through our library and research center, conservation facility, interpretive sites, and the state archeology and historic preservation offices. History Nebraska preserves and interprets our state’s past, contributes to the education of its citizens, and uses the tools of history to shape a better future for all Nebraskans. History Nebraska values curiosity, and we are retooling our programs and exhibits to grow curiosity in our visitors. Each of our sites has unique stories to tell, and the Nebraska History Museum (where this position is based) hosts diverse community-centered exhibitions. (4/6)
Uncanny Brands PT Designer. We are looking for a part-time designer (20-30 hours/week) to work on social media and product development. This position is actually needed to fill right now if the candidate is available. (4/5)
NPS Student Trainee (Facility Service Assistant). This position is located in Independence National Historical Park, in the Asset Preservation and Maintenance Division. This is an indefinite, Excepted Service appointment that may continue if you continue to meet the eligibility requirements under the Pathways Internship program and funding is available. (4/5)
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 themerchandise, and then selling the goods. You will be responsible for getting the goods to and from theshows 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 firstname.lastname@example.org (4/5)
Free Library Community Organizer. The City of Philadelphia is undergoing a massive investment in its public spaces. Rebuilding Community Infrastructure (Rebuild) is the program that is investing hundreds of millions of dollars to revitalize deteriorating parks, rec centers, and libraries. As Rebuild progresses, we expect that this new investment will provide unique opportunities to increase support for Friends groups and community members who are interested in stewarding neighborhood libraries and public spaces. In addition to working with the Friends and library staff, the Community Organizer will work with Friends members, reading captains, and Read by 4th staff to help build up community influence, vision, impact, and capacity for this campaign. Read by 4th is a citywide literacy campaign made up of coalition partners throughout Philadelphia that aims to bring all children up to reading level by fourth grade. This is a 2 year grant funded Foundation position with the possibility to transition into other roles if funding allows. (4/5)
Pine Forest Camp (Co-Ed), in Greeley, PA, is looking for enthusiastic counselors for the 2019 summer. Pine Forest offers a well-rounded, coed sleepaway camp experience with an action-packed schedule. A sports camp, a tennis camp, a cooking camp, an arts camp, a theater camp, a riding camp, an adventure camp all rolled into one! Pine Forest is located in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern PA and has been owned and operated by the same family for 4 generations. Dates: June 17th – August 10th, Salary: $2,000 + room / board. (4/2)
Curatorial Assistant, Permanent Collection. The Studio Museum in Harlem has earned an international reputation as a leader in the contemporary arts arena with its groundbreaking role in promoting the work of artists of African descent. The Curatorial Assistant, Permanent Collection will work in the areas of research, planning and organization of exhibitions. (4/1)
Studio Museum in Harlem Curatorial Fellowship. The Curatorial Fellowship is designed to provide in-depth curatorial experience for a recent graduate who has either earned a baccalaureate or graduate-level degree, with a concentration in Art History, Curatorial Studies, Africana Studies, Visual Culture, or a related field. Candidates for the Fellowship program will be reviewed through a competitive, open process. Applicants must be of culturally diverse background and should have a keen interest in curating, writing, and research, as well as knowledge of the contemporary art world. Deadline to apply is May 1. (4/1)
Duo Curatorial Fellowship. The Studio Museum in Harlem and The Museum of Modern Art are accepting applications for the third Museum Fellowship Collaboration. Each museum will accept three museum fellows—two for curatorial departments and one for public programs. The fellows will spend one year at each museum, then rotate to the partner institution for the completion of the two-year program. Deadline to apply is June 7. (4/1)
Duo Public Programs Fellowship. The Studio Museum in Harlem and The Museum of Modern Art are accepting applications for the third Museum Fellowship Collaboration. Each museum will accept three museum fellows— two for curatorial departments and one for public programs. The fellows will spend one year at each museum, then rotate to the partner institution for the completion of the two-year program. Deadline to apply is June 7. (4/1)
Facilities Assistant (part-time). The Center for Architecture and Design is looking for a part-time Facilities Assistant who has experience working with a team and effectively communicating among his/her team members. We are looking for a critical team member who will be responsible for setting up rooms for events and meetings, light cleaning of restrooms, kitchen, and meeting spaces, and ability to follow morning opening and evening closing procedures. (3/29)
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Photographers needed. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a National Pediatric Cancer Foundation located in Bala Cynwyd, PA, has been dedicated to changing the lives of children with cancer by funding impactful research, raising awareness, supporting families and empowering everyone to help cure childhood cancer since 2005. On Saturday, June 1st, they will be holding the 15th Annual Alex’s Original Lemonade Stand in honor of our founder, Alex Scott, who passed away in 2004. They are looking for photographers to donate their services to the event and take photos. If you can volunteer, please contact Sara Moyer, Special Events Specialist at email@example.com or 610-649-3034. (4/19)