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EDUCATION PROGRAM MANAGER (PART-TIME)

Notes in Motion Outreach Dance Theatre

Notes in Motion Outreach Dance Theatre/Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre, a dance education vendor of the NYC Dept. of Education, is seeking a Part-Time (20 hours/week) Education Program Manager to coordinate and manage our vibrant dance education programs in the NYC Public Schools.

Qualifications • Bachelor’s in dance or dance education. Master’s Degree Preferred. A background working in or with the NYC public schools. • 2+ years arts administration as well as significant teaching experience • Highly organized,

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EDUCATOR, SCHOOL AND EDUCATOR PROGRAMS

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: Since its founding in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has supported educators from all disciplines so that they may confidently and skillfully integrate works of art and artmaking into their curriculum and teaching. Today, as educators strive to bolster students’ twenty-first century skills such as critical thinking, creativity and perspective-taking, the Met is an essential partner in helping students and school communities achieve their goals. The Met, visited by over 7 million people each year,

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2 POSITIONS: 1 PHOTO-BASED FIGURATIVE PAINTING ASSISTANT + 1 DIGITAL MEDIA INTERN

Conjunction Arts

Bradley McCallum is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York, and working in Greenfield, Massachusetts, until summer 2018. McCallum Studio is seeking an Adept photo-based figurative Painting Assistant, with digital image expertise, and a Digital Media Intern to join the team. The position(s) offer aspiring artists great insights into socially-engaged practice and diverse opportunities for professional growth. The focus of the project is to work with the video footage and still images of conflict journalist James Foley.

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – BOOKING DEPARTMENT

Columbia Artists Management Inc.

Administrative Assistant – Booking Department Columbia Artists Management Inc (New York NY)

Columbia Artists Management, formed in 1930, is an international leader in the management and touring activities of instrumental soloists, opera singers, conductors, classical music ensembles, orchestras, dance companies, popular and theatrical attractions, and fine arts media productions. The company continues its ninth decade with growth in established and new areas of the performing arts. Columbia Artists seeks career-minded individuals, with a passion for the performing arts,

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ARTS ADMINISTRATION INTERSHIP

Center for Performance Research, Inc.

Center for Performance Research | Arts Administration Internship Part time, 10 hours per week Duration: 3 months Compensation: free monthly unlimited Metro card; use of CPR’s studio space valued at $180 p/week Center for Performance Research is an artist-driven rehearsal and performance space located in Brooklyn, New York. CPR is committed to providing affordable space and innovative programming in order to support the development of contemporary performance. The staff at CPR is small, therefore every staff member has the unique opportunity to become involved in the different branches of an nonprofit arts organization.

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STUDIO MANAGER

Artist's Studio, New York

Description

Prominent artist based in New York and Berlin seeks full-time studio manager. The position is Monday through Friday with occasionally weekends depending on travel/exhibition schedule. Candidate must be able to handle various projects simultaneously. Maintaining both a big picture and fine detail view of projects and schedules is imperative. Previous work in an artist’s studio, gallery or museum preferred. Responsibilities: – Maintaining studio and production calendars – Scheduling interviews, travel and requests for artist –

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PERSONAL ASSISTANT FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTIST

Artist Studio

Description

Immediate opening for personal assistant for leading contemporary artist. Must be very organized and able to handle various responsibilities including phone/email, scheduling, travel, event planning, domestic details, and media requests. Proficient computer skills necessary (Mac: Microsoft Office). Knowledge of Artbase useful. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Full-time. Benefits. Studio located in Chelsea.

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to assistant.studio@gmail.com.

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Collaborative Pianist

Highbridge Voices

Highbridge Voices is seeking a collaborative pianist for its three ensembles for the 2018 season. Rehearsals are held on Mondays and Fridays from 4:00-7:00 PM. Performances are approximately once a month. Pianist will prepare music prior to each rehearsal. Pianist will work closely with music director, and meet weekly to discuss rehearsal objectives. Pianist will assist throughout rehearsal and will occasionally lead warm ups, sectionals, and short rehearsals.

The collaborative pianist will be compensated at a rate of $31.00 an hour for rehearsals.

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Activity Specialist – Dance (West Side YMCA)

West Side YMCA

The YMCA of Greater New York is here for all New Yorkers — to empower youth, improve health, and strengthen community. Founded in 1852, today the Y serves a diverse population of more than half a million New Yorkers who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at our 24 branches. Community is the cornerstone of the Y. Together, we connect active, engaged New Yorkers to build stronger communities.

The West Side YMCA is seeking qualified individuals who will assist in the successful operation of toddler program.

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DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING INSTRUCTOR

Reel Works Teen Filmmaking

Reel Works seek an accomplished DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING INSTRUCTOR for our Spring Lab workshop.

The Lab Documentary Workshop, offered twice a year in fall and spring semesters, is the marquee program in our continuum of free after-school workshops that engage and challenge high school students to create short personal films about their lives and communities. The six-month intensive documentary filmmaking workshop matches Brooklyn teens from underserved schools and communities one-on-one with professional filmmaker-mentors.  This unique combination of mentoring and documentary filmmaking has produced hundreds of short films that have been seen by over 12 million people worldwide.  

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