Archive for ‘By Type: Arts Organizations & Galleries’

March 1, 2017

Employer Profile: Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance’s Urban Arts Leadership Program, Baltimore, MD

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The Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP) is a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA). Its purpose is to connect a talented and diverse pool of emerging leaders with arts organizations, arts service organizations, and art driven businesses that are committed to racial equity and inclusion.
The UALP Fellowship process provides these defined components for the forward motion of each participating Fellow:
  • A four-month customized group capacity building intensive series
  • Racial equity and inclusion training
  • A matching process for placements within Host organizations
  • A six-month project implementation period when Fellows are formally embedded within an arts or cultural organization
  • 2017-18 Fellows receive a $7,500 stipend
UALP Fellows diversify and strengthen the leadership of arts organizations by connecting them to resources and professional development, with a particular focus on racial equity and inclusion. Fellows receive information, training, and develop new and expanded networks.
March 1, 2017

Employer Profile: Motor House, Baltimore, MD

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Motor House is a place where old dividing lines disappear, new connections inspire, where Baltimore’s artists, performers, and those with emerging talents can build a diverse, inclusive community to make fresh opportunities.

Motor House is a cultural and economic catalyst, an engine for action both social and inventive, a meeting ground for poets and policymakers, organizations and individuals, thinkers and doers who seek to transform our city.

Motor House is about making art and about making change in a building that is actually a much bigger idea than its four walls.

Motor House is hiring two interns!  Stop by their table for position descriptions and information.

February 14, 2017

Employer Profile, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD

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www.baltimoreclayworks.org

Baltimore Clayworks is the region’s only 501(c)3 non-profit cultural institution dedicated solely to the ceramic arts and is attentive to its community possessing a national and international reputation for artistic excellence, artists’ support, and community involvement for over 30 years. Baltimore Clayworks has four program areas: exhibitions, artist residency program, education, and community arts. To this day, Clayworks operates on its original mission:
Baltimore Clayworks exists to develop, sustain, and promote an artist-centered community that provides outstanding educational, artistic, and collaborative programs in the ceramic arts.

Summer Camp Studio Intern 

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer 2017
Photography Intern 

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer 2017
Graphic Design Intern 

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer 2017
Marketing/ Social Media Intern

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer 2017
Community Arts Administrative Intern

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer 2017

February 7, 2017

Employer Profile: Make Studio, Baltimore, MD

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Make Studio is a non-profit community-based art organization that primarily serves artists with disabilities. We operate a studio program for individuals with disabilities on a weekly basis, as well as offer artists’ services, exhibitions, and public programs that increase awareness of marginalized and underserved artists.

We offer a variety of opportunities for interns interested in applying visual art modalities to human services and social change. For 2017-2018, this includes our weekday studio program, weekend workshops for teens and young adults with disabilities, community classes for Baltimore City residents, and a variety of internal and external exhibitions activities.

Studio Program Intern

Unpaid/ Internship

Make Studio is a small, but growing, organization. We’re looking for creative, flexible, caring, and fun-loving problem solvers to work with us as interns for the summer.

As an organization, we offer in-studio and exhibitions programming for adult artists with disabilities — supporting them in positioning their artwork in the marketplace — as well as a range of inclusive community programming in our own gallery and other venues. We are a unique arts nonprofit, offering experiences relevant to other arts organizations, as well as educational and human services settings.

Because we do so much, interns are tasked with supporting the organization in all of these endeavors, with the option to concentrate on things in their interest area (e.g., art instruction and facilitation, exhibitions preps, workshop programming, outreach events, admin, PR, etc.)

January 13, 2017

Employer Profile: Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), Baltimore, MD

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The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, tasked with producing events and arts programs as well as managing several facilities.

BOPA coordinates Baltimore’s major events including New Year’s Eve and July 4th celebrations at the Inner Harbor, which routinely attract hundreds of thousands of spectators; Light City, which attracted more than 400,000 people in its’ first year; Artscape, which serves more than 350,000 people each year; Baltimore Book Festival, Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, Baltimore Open Studio Tour and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade. In the past, BOPA has been called upon to orchestrate some of the city’s biggest logistical challenges. The activities include the Cal Ripken Jr. Streak Parade and first ever Papal Parade for Pope John Paul II, both in 1996; the Pep Rally to welcome the Baltimore Ravens in 1998; Ravens Rally Super Bowl Send-Off and the Ravens Super Bowl Victory Parade in 2001; Miss USA in 2005 and 2006; Baltimore’s Celebration of the Army-Navy Game in 2000 and 2007; the Star-Spangled Salute to Michael Phelps in 2008; the 2010 Americans for the Arts Half-Century Summit; and the Star-Spangled Banner Sailabration.

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts manages the Baltimore Mural Program, Free Fall Baltimore, PNC Neighborhood Grant Program and Bright StArts Workshops For Children. In additional, BOPA oversees historic attractions and sites including the Top of the World Observation Level, School 33 Art Center, The Cloisters and the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

Graphic Design Internship

Internship/ Unpaid

The Graphic Design intern is a part-time unpaid practicum.  The intern reports directly to the Senior Graphics Designer and learns about the successful production of graphic designing for large-scale festivals as well as smaller events.

The internship is designed to provide the student with a broad-based learning experience, so that they are exposed to the designing required for the promotion and marketing for events of a national caliber.  The Senior Graphics Designer works with the student to identify projects that meet their educational and career goals.   Projects may include:

• Assisting with producing collateral material for this non-profit organization’s events and promotions, which include: Light City, Artscape, Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, July 4th Celebration, as well as satisfying the graphic needs of our satellite facilities:  Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, Cloisters Castle, School 33 Art Center, and Top of the World Observation Level.  Materials may include:

• Magazine/Newspaper Ads
• T-Shirts/Merchandise
• Maps
• Props and Sets
• Postcards/Rackcards
• Signs/Banners
• Programs
• Photo Archives
• Designing e-flyers, ads and updating images on BOPA’s Website
• Undertaking other projects and research as needed for other departments/events within the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
Hours & Compensation
• Must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; BOPA is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
• This is an unpaid position.
• Student is highly encouraged to be available for part of Light City 2017, March 31 – April 8.
• Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation.  (Intern should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
• Parking or Monthly Transit Pass to Downtown Baltimore may be provided

Qualifications

• Current college –junior or senior–or graduate students are eligible to apply.  Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
• Major in Graphic Design or related program
• Excellent oral and written communications skills; able to provide outstanding customer service to organization
• Ability to multi-task; superior attention to detail; strong organizational and analytical skills
• Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop & In-Design is required.
• Ability to conduct Internet research
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.  Ability to work in a Mac environment.

Sondheim Prize Program Internship

Internship/ Unpaid

The Sondheim Prize Intern is a part-time unpaid position, reporting to the Sondheim Prize Administrator.  The primary responsibilities of this position are to assist with organizing application materials, to assist in the administration of the program’s jury process, to update the Sondheim Prize section of the Cultural Affairs blog and to assist with the curatorial aspects of the program. Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Assists with organizing application materials includes:
o Reviewing of artist submissions for completeness and follows-up with artists to confirm receipt of submission and to obtain any missing materials;
o Assisting with the preparation of video submissions for the jury panel;
o Preparing lists of applicant information;
o Organizing application materials for Artscape Gallery Network curators;
o Assisting in the management of the online artist submission database.

• Assists in the administration of the program’s jury process includes:
o Helping to insure that online jury system is meeting the needs of the jury panel;
o Assisting in the organization of jury scores and dissemination of jury results;
o Composing & editing correspondence on behalf of program staff;
o Assisting in collection and organization of additional materials for second round of jury review;
o If possible, traveling with Sondheim Prize Administrator to assist with second round of jury review.

• Updates to the Sondheim Prize section of the Cultural Affairs online blog includes:
o Creating blog posts that announce jury results;
o Writing new content for blog;
o Assisting in the development of compelling blog components;
o Building blog pages to provide historical Sondheim Prize information;
o Posting new artist opportunities to blog;
o Assisting in raising awareness of the Cultural Affairs online blog.

• Assists with the curatorial aspects of the Sondheim Prize program includes:
o Corresponding with artists chosen for exhibitions;
o Organizing information on artworks available for exhibition;
o Scheduling studio visits with exhibiting artists;
o Assisting in the creation of a curator’s exhibition binder;
o Editing and composing short artist bios;
o Collecting, writing and formatting exhibition didactics;
o Organizing artwork needs for exhibition and assisting with resolving those needs;
o Preparing for exhibition installation.

Hours & Compensation
• Student must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; BOPA is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm, but hours outside these times are sometimes necessary.
• It is highly encouraged that student be available for some of the days of Light City 2017; March 31 – April 8.
• This is an unpaid position.
• Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation.  (Intern should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
• Parking or Monthly Transit Pass may be provided to Downtown Baltimore.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate is a dynamic, people-oriented individual with outstanding organizational skills and familiarity with or desire to learn more about the local artist population. Additional required skills:
• Art, Art History, Arts Education or Arts Administration major or graduate student
• Current college or graduate students are eligible to apply.  Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
• Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to write for diverse needs.
• Strong analytical skills, ability to multi-task, and strong attention to details
• Ability to conduct internet research
• Ability to assess online presence and brainstorm enhancements
• Understanding of importance of accuracy and professionalism when handling jury results
• Knowledge of Social Media tools, including WordPress, & MS Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

Baltimore Mural Program Internship

Internship/ Unpaid

The Baltimore Mural Program Intern is a part-time unpaid position, reporting to the Baltimore Mural Program Coordinator.  The primary responsibilities of this position are to assist with the planning and implementation of mural projects. Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Researching potential mural sites and artists
• Photography and videography of existing murals and new mural projects
• Mapping of existing murals and new mural projects
• Creating content and updating the mural program website and blog
• Meeting with community residents and stakeholders to discuss potential and current projects
• Assisting with procurement of supplies and equipment
• Assisting the Mural Program Coordinator with her duties related to Light City 2017 as needed
• Documenting and reporting damage to existing murals
Hours & Compensation
• Student must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; BOPA is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm, but hours outside these times are sometimes necessary.
• Student is highly encouraged to be available for part of Light City 2017, March 31 – April 8.
• This is an unpaid position.
• Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation.  (Intern should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
• Parking or Monthly Transit Pass may be provided to Downtown Baltimore.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate is a dynamic, people-oriented individual with outstanding organizational skills and familiarity with or desire to learn more about the local artist population. Additional required skills:
• Art, Community Art, Art History, Arts Education, or Arts Administration major or graduate student
• Current college or graduate students are eligible to apply.  Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
• Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to write for diverse needs.
• Strong analytical skills, ability to multi-task, and strong attention to details
• Ability to conduct internet research
• Strong photography and videography skills and aesthetics
• Ability to assess online presence and brainstorm enhancements
• Knowledge of Social Media tools, including WordPress, & MS Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

Public Art Internship

Internship/ Unpaid

Internship Responsibilities
The Public Art Intern is a part-time unpaid position, reporting to the Public Art Program Staff. The primary responsibilities of this position are to assist in the administration of the public art program, coordination of public art projects and provide related support to the Public Art Staff. Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Assists in the administration of the Maintenance and Conservation of Public Artworks in the City. Includes:
o Photographic documentation of artwork conditions
o Scheduling, filing, and reporting of condition surveys, reviews, assessments, etc.
o Researching local and regional professional conservators and contractors and developing a database of these individuals and companies
o Researching archives and compiling the history of the artworks in the collection
o Writing brief summaries of the works
o Schedule Public Art Consultant & Conservator visits when necessary
o Updating of maintenance/inventory databases following reports
• Assists in the daily administration of the Public Art Program. Includes:
o Assisting in the coordination of meetings with artists, City personnel, elected officials, etc.
o Composes & edits correspondence on behalf of program staff
o Assists in the maintenance of files for all public art projects
o Assists in the creation and dissemination of Public Art program information and materials
o Interacts with the public and social media to relay program information as needed
• Assists in the coordination of Public Art Commission Meetings. Includes:
o Recording and transcribing of meeting minutes
o Assists in communication of meeting updates, agendas, and minutes
• Assists in the Artist Selection Panel Process. Includes:
o Reviewing of artist packet submissions for completeness/follow-up
o Confirm receipt and provide information to artists if requested
o Assists in the management of the artist submission database
o Helps administer meeting documentation: including printing and compilation of panel booklets, agenda, and PowerPoint presentations

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate is a dynamic, people-oriented individual with outstanding organizational skills and familiarity with public art. Additional required skills:
• Art, Art History, Arts Education or Arts Administration major or graduate student
• Current college –junior or senior–or graduate students are eligible to apply. Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
• Excellent oral and written communications skills
• Strong analytical skills, ability to multi-task, and pay attention to detail
• Ability to conduct internet research
• Knowledge of Social Media tools, including WordPress, & MS Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

Hours & Compensation
• Student must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; BOPA is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
• This is an unpaid position.
• Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation. (Intern should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
• Parking or Monthly Transit Pass may be provided to Downtown Baltimore.

Special Events Internship

Internship/ Unpaid

The festivals/events intern is a part-time unpaid practicum.  The intern reports to the
Special Events Director and learns about the successful production of large-scale events and festivals; specifically, Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, Dr. Martin Luther King Parade,  Light City Baltimore, MECU Neighborhood Event Grant, Baltimore’s July 4th Celebration, and  other events.
The internship is designed to provide the student with a broad-based learning experience, so that they are exposed to the logistical planning, application processes, bookkeeping, programming, production and promotional/marketing strategies that are needed to plan and execute events/festivals of a national caliber.  The Special Events Director works with the student to identify projects that meet their educational and career goals.   Projects may include:

• Organize and catalogue the applications of various events. Applications can include a variety of areas including Farms, Food, Music, Crafts, and Grants.
• Produce and send correspondence to applicants that can include confirmation of participation and financial paperwork.
• Assist with logistical components such as permits, mapping, exhibitor guidelines/outreach, signage, parking/transportation, planning documents, workshops, physical set-up which typically involves lifting, etc.
• Assist with prep work and attend  logistical  planning meetings
• Shadow the Special Events Director, Events Managers and Special Events Coordinators in their daily work, coordinating special events, festivals and projects for the department as needed.
• Undertake other projects as needed for other departments/events within the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Hours & Compensation
• Student must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; BOPA is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Weekends and evenings hours possible.
• Student is strongly encouraged to be available the week of Light City 2017, March 31st -April 8th.
• Student is strongly encouraged to return as a multi-shift volunteer for Artscape, July 21-23, 2017. Student may also apply for a Production Assistant position at Artscape.
• This is an unpaid position.
• Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation.  (Intern should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
• Parking or Monthly Transit Pass may be provided to the student by BOPA, pending availability.

Qualifications:

• Current college–junior or senior–or graduate students are eligible to apply.  Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
• Major in Communications, Events Planning/Management, Business Finance/Management, Arts Administration, Cultural Studies, or Leadership in Non-Profit Sector or related program.
• Excellent oral and written communications skills; able to provide outstanding customer service to exhibitors, vendors, sponsors, etc.
• Ability to multi-task; superior attention to detail; strong organizational skills are a must.
• Ability to conduct Internet research; familiarity with social media.
• Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.

Exhibitions Internship

Internship/ Unpaid

The School 33 and Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts Exhibitions Internship is a part- time unpaid practicum. Projects include but are not limited to:
Assisting the BOPA Exhibitions Manager with various aspects of the BOPA Gallery Exhibition Program, which encompasses School 33 Art Center, The Bromo-Selzer Arts Tower, and Top of the World Gallery at The World Trade Center. Duties will include:
 Assisting the Exhibitions Manager in the installation and lighting of exhibitions, facilitating artist drop off and deinstallation, repainting / patching of walls, and preparation of exhibition furniture and tech.
 Help in organizing for open calls for submissions, posting various exhibition announcements and calls for entry online, compiling information for exhibition press, assisting at receptions and events, and helping to document receptions and exhibitions.
 Assistance with logistics for various School 33 initiatives including major events such as Open Studio Tour. Duties will entail: Working on promotion of events and enlisting community involvement, and assisting in the coordination of artists’ participation.
 Updating and creating copy for School 33’s website.
 Interacting with guests and visitors and responding to requests for more information
about our center.
 Assisting staff with typical office duties such as answering phones, making copies,
organizing/storage.
 Assisting the Education and Programming Coordinator with various aspects of the
School 33 Art Center Education program. Duties will entail promotion of program,
assisting with revitalization of classroom spaces and working on press releases,
 Assisting the Exhibitions Manager with various duties pertaining to Light City 2017
March 31st – April 8th 2017 as needed.
Qualifications:
 We are seeking a reliable, self-directed, fast learner. Experience with both PC Windows and Mac platforms, databases, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Creative Suites, Dropbox, and Google Drive is especially helpful. Interest in contemporary art and arts/non-profit administration a plus.
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 Current college–junior or senior–or graduate students are eligible to apply. Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
Hours & Compensation
 Student must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; interns will be located primarily at School 33 Art Center, which operates Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm, with gallery hours from 11am-4pm on Saturdays. Evening hours will be required for School 33 gallery openings. Student must commit to a schedule in advance.
 This is an unpaid position.
 Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation. (Intern
should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
 Free parking or Monthly Transit Pass may be provided to intern for commuting to
downtown Baltimore.

Visual Arts and Communications Internship

The Communications intern is a part-time unpaid practicum.  The intern reports directly to the Director of Communications and learns about the successful promotion of the events and programs of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA).
The internship is designed to provide the student with a broad-based learning experience, so that they are exposed to the communications skills needed for the promotion and marketing for events of a national caliber.  The Director of Communications works with the student to identify projects that meet their educational and career goals.   Projects may include:
• Assisting with drafting social media posts to promote BOPA’s festivals, events, exhibitions and programs
• Assisting with drafting of press releases and media advisories as needed
• Contributing to a social media editorial calendar to ensure content is current and up-to-date
• Filing and tracking of media clips as needed
• Submitting content to online calendars to promote BOPA’s festivals, events, exhibitions and programs
• Undertaking other projects and research as needed for the Communications Department within the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Hours & Compensation
• Must be available at least two days per week or the equivalent of at least 14 hours per week; BOPA is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
• This is an unpaid position.
• Student is highly encouraged to be available for part of Light City 2017, March 31 – April 8.
• Intern may be eligible for gaining college/university credits toward graduation.  (Intern should explore this possibility with their school prior to applying for the internship.)
• Parking or Monthly Transit Pass to Downtown Baltimore may be provided

Qualifications:

• Current college –junior or senior–or graduate students are eligible to apply.  Applicants who are not registered students are not eligible.
• Major in Communications or related program
• Excellent oral and written communications skills; able to provide outstanding customer service to organization
• Ability to multi-task; superior attention to detail; strong organizational and analytical skills
• Familiarity with social media
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

 

January 9, 2017

Employer Profile: Community Art Collaborative, Baltimore, MD

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Created in 2004, the Community Art Collaborative (CAC) AmeriCorps program is the only program of its kind in Maryland that links artists, communities, and institutions of higher education. In the CAC program, members are matched with non-profit community organizations around the city, to serve year-long (September – August) community arts residencies. In these residencies, members primarily facilitate after-school arts-based learning experiences that serve K-12 students in Baltimore City. In addition, members have the opportunity to facilitate art-making opportunities and community art projects for community residents, recruit and manage volunteers, develop special projects, and gain valuable professional experience in the community arts and non-profit fields.

The Community Art Collaborative (CAC) is based in the MICA Office of Community Engagement, and is part of a larger National Service network of AmeriCorps programs through out the country. The program offers many benefits, including a living stipend, free healthcare, and a federal Education Award (of around $5,700) that is given at the end of one year of service in the program, which can be used for pursuing future education opportunities. The CAC-AmeriCorps program is funded in part by a grant from the Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism and the Corporation for National and Community Service.

Members

Full Time/ Paid/ 2017-2018

The CAC-AmeriCorps program is looking for 12 new members for the 2017-18 program (academic) year. Each member is matched with a different grassroots community art organization in Baltimore City, to serve a year-long (September – August) community art residency at that each Site. In these residencies, members primarily facilitate after-school arts-based learning experiences that serve K-12 students in Baltimore City. In addition, members have the opportunity to facilitate art-making opportunities and community art projects for community residents, recruit and manage volunteers, develop special projects, and gain valuable professional experience in the community arts and non-profit fields. A list of our current partner organizations can be found on our website, at: http://www.mica.edu/cac. We are currently working with eleven community arts organizations/institutions in Baltimore, and each year, we usually add a few new partners.

January 6, 2017

Employer Profile: MICA’s Fulbright Student Fellowship Program, International!

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MICA’s Fulbright Program Website

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Rising Seniors, MFAs, and Alumni (eight years out of your BFA or MFA) are eligible to apply for the Fulbright Student Fellowship. Applications for this 9-month competitive international grant are offered in research, visual art, and the National Geographic Digital Storytelling grant.

Applicants must be US citizens, hold a Bachelor’s degree at the time of departure, and have the appropriate language skills to carry out their proposal (this varies country by country requirements).

The 2017/18 Fulbright application opens March 31

Please attend our Information Session, and arrive at the fair with your questions!

Wednesday, March 1
2:30-3:30 pm
Gateway 101

If you cannot attend, please review the Fulbright Student Fellowship website.

Contact: Erin Treacy, MICA’s Fulbright Program Adviser at etreacy@mica.edu

January 6, 2017

Employer Profile: Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD

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creativealliance.org

The Creative Alliance builds communities by bringing together artists and audiences from diverse backgrounds to experience spectacular arts programs and engage in the creative process. We provide support to area artists, promote Baltimore as a center for creative production, act as a positive force in our community, and advocate for cultural expression rooted in a sense of place.

Design Intern

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer

Creative Alliance is seeking self-motivated, energetic, well-organized college interns to work in the Marketing Department. Interns will have the opportunity to build professional portfolios.

Qualifications:

Mac OSX
Fluent in Adobe Creative Suite
InDesign is a must
Basic understanding of html
Ability to follow brand guidelines
Attention to detail

Applicants must meet deadlines, be punctual, and have access to transportation (a car is preferable).

Administrative Intern

Unpaid/ Internship/ Summer

Creative Alliance is a multifaceted community arts organization that seeks to bring together artists and audiences from diverse backgrounds to experience spectacular arts programs. We are seeking an organized, efficient, and creative individual to help us with our day to day operations. Interns will receive an education in how a community arts profit operates day to day, and will assist individual departments as special projects arise. Intern will be responsible for database management, social media, volunteer operations, and any other needs that may arise.

Qualifications:

– Ability to work effectively under pressure in a fast-paced environment
– Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.
– Knowledge of social media platforms (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc)
– Familiarity with Adobe Programs (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) or willingness to learn.

Light City Lantern Parade Volunteers

Event Support Volunteers

December 20, 2016

Employer Profile: Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD

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www.mdartplace.org

In 1981, a group of artists and committed citizens began exploring the subject of the visual arts in Maryland, focusing on two primary concerns: the common needs of visual artists throughout the state, and the desire of many citizens to have more access to and information about artists working in Maryland.

The Maryland State Arts Council recognized the inherent value of these concerns and the importance of a venue to facilitate the communities’ needs. As a result of their awareness, the Arts Council granted funds to form an organization that would further this group’s pursuits in promoting contemporary art. This dedicated group, became the founders of Maryland Art Place (MAP), leading the organization to incorporation in 1982.

MAP remains committed to fostering an environment conducive to the growth of contemporary art in Maryland, and has sought to fulfill its mission through broad-based programming which offers artists and the public a variety of avenues for challenging interaction and advancement.

Summer & Fall Internships

Unpaid/ Internships

Maryland Art Place is Currently Seeking Interns

MAP offers internships for upper level college students, graduate students and recent graduates. Fall, Spring and Summer Internships available. MAP hours: 10 am-5 pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

Interns are responsible for assisting MAP in a variety of ways, ranging from programming to administration, with opportunities for special projects depending on skills and professional interest. Intern duties include: performing research; assisting with gallery preparation and installation; coordinating events, social media and community outreach.

NOTE: MAP internships are unpaid and do not include parking. Academic credit available.

Qualifications:

Required: High interest. Positive attitude. Professional demeanor. Reliability.

Preferred: Familiarity with Mac and PC platforms; Microsoft Office; Photoshop; social media.

December 16, 2016

Employer Profile: Center Stage, Baltimore, MD

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Under the leadership of playwright, actor, and director Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE (Artistic Director) and national arts leader Stephen Richard (Managing Director), Center Stage is an artistically driven institution committed to engaging, entertaining, and enriching audiences of today and tomorrow through joyous and bold performance. The professional, nonprofit theater company is dedicated to the creation and presentation of a dynamic and diverse array of new and classic work, and each year hosts an audience of more than 100,000 in its historic home in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood. With its signature focus on civic and community engagement, Center Stage, The State Theater of Maryland, enters its second 50 years with a commitment to exploring how art and entertainment communicate in the 21st century, and to igniting conversation in Baltimore and beyond.

For more than 25 years, Center Stage has helped cultivate the next generation of theater makers through its Professional Internship Program. This highly competitive program helps bridge the gap between university and professional theater by providing early-career artists and administrators with hands-on experience and guidance. Center Stage welcomes a new class of roughly 20 different administrative, artistic, and production interns each season.

Graphic Design Intern

Paid/ Internship/ Summer 2017

The Graphic Design Intern will see a wide range of projects as part of the marketing and communications team that supports the entire theater. Responsibilities can range from simple in-house print production to creating promotional materials from concept to commercial print production to assisting with the design and maintenance of digital media. Significant other tasks will include photography, digital asset management, and event support. The intern will work directly with the Art Director and will collaborate with many other staff members. The candidate should have solid experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator; understand basic design and typography concepts; be comfortable using a digital DSLR in an event setting; know their way around the Mac platform. Experience with HTML would be useful; efficiency, diligence, proofreading, and people skills are essential. A portfolio of desig work must be provided.