Milagro Arts is an innovative nonprofit arts education startup. The Assistant Director will partner with the Executive Director to develop and manage the operational, administrative, and logistical side of the Milagro Arts Center. Please see addition duties/responsibilities at http://milagroarts.org/2014/03/24/call-for-assistant-director/
Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Expected starting range: $30,000 – $35,000 per year.
To Apply-Please attach a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three (3) professional references with your application. Email all requested information to Kristen Densmore at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline April 15, 2014
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration and management of the United Arts Council, including programs and services, fund-raising, and business operations. The areas of responsibility include: leadership & planning, financial management, communication, personnel management, development, legal, grants, public relations & marketing, volunteer coordination, advocacy & governmental relations and general administrative management.
Get more information here: http://www.florida-arts.org/resources/postdetail.cfm?id=1286
The ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Program Manager oversees AIR operations and programs, and works with the Board of Directors in resource development. The Program Manager reports to the Board of Directors, and works strategically with the Board and committees to fulfill the organization’s mission and long-term vision. The RESIDENCY COMPLEX Project Manager works in close cooperation with Serenbe Development Corporation and the Serenbe Institute, and reports to the COO of Serenbe Development Corporation on issues impacting the residency complex.
Erica Thaler, the COCA Marketing Director, manages this COCA email, downloading and editing copy and graphics to build this weekly resource which reaches over 4,000 subscribers–area artists, musicians, and patrons. COCA is seeking an intern to assist with this weekly email and can offer an estimated eight-hour-a-week internship (unpaid) –someone who could continue to work with COCA for several semesters, beginning in May. After a training period, much of the work may be done at the intern’s own computer and on their timeframe during the week, as long as contact is made to the COCA office. This is an excellent opportunity to get “hands on” with the writing, editing, and design of this publication and the intern will be able to build a portfolio of works. Marketing input would also be welcomed. COCA is looking for a detail-oriented writer and eager-to-learn editor–someone who is energetic, organized, at ease talking with the public by telephone, email, and is extremely fond of details and deadlines. COCA will interview internship applicants at the COCA office, which is conveniently situated on Gaines Street, near the Turlington Education Building, on an attractive square just west of the intersection of Gaines and Martin Luther King Blvd. COCA’s address: 816 S Martin Luther King Blvd, 32301.
For more info contact:
Erica Thaler: 850.224.2500
LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts is celebrating our 50th anniversary this year. We would like to have a vast amount of historic information organized and preserved for posterity. In 1963 when were first incorporated, we were the only/first organization of our type to have a non-discrimination clause in our by-laws. We were founded by four women and our doors were open to everyone. I hope that there is a doctoral student that would like to work with us to accomplish this task. We would not be able to pay, but we are a registered 501c3 and can provide service hours.
-Ann E. Kozeliski,
LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts
125 N. Gadsden St. Tallahassee, FL 32301
850-222-8800 | www.lemoyne.org |FAX 850-224-2714
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