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Pantos Project Dance Arts Administration Internships

Organization
Pantos Project Dance
Workplace street address
location varies
City
Boston
State
MA
Select One
Internship
Description

SPRING/SUMMER ARTS ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIPS

Marketing/Media Intern:

CREATIVELY UPDATE ONLINE PLATFORMS TO REMAIN CURRENT AND PROMOTE PANTOS PROJECT DANCE TO BUILD AND EXPAND ITS AUDIENCE. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE IS A SELF STARTER WHO IS ORGANIZED AND TIMELY WITH STRONG ATTENTION TO DETAIL. CANDIDATES MUST HAVE EXCELLENT WRITING, DESIGN, & EDITING SKILLS. EXPERIENCE WITH ADOBE PHOTOSHOP OR SIMILAR PROGRAMMING STRONGLY RECOMMENDED

Administrative Intern:

ORGANIZE AND FACILITATE COMPANY BUSINESS MATTERS AND SCHEDULING. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE SHOULD POSSESS IMPECCABLE COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND CONDUCT THEMSELVES IN A PROFESSIONAL MANNER. INTEREST IN PROVIDING A SEAMLESS CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.

TO APPLY:
submit a cover letter, resume, and 1 letter of recommendation to company.pantosproject@gmail.com

Applications preferred by March 1st, 2019

Posted On
February 12, 2019
For More Information
http://www.pantosprojectdance.com/intern.html , company.pantosproject@gmail.com

Faculty position in Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation

Organization
Brandeis University
Workplace street address
415 South Street
City
Waltham
State
MA
Select One
Full time, regular
Description

The minor in Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation (CAST) and Brandeis University’s International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life (The Center) invite applications for a full-time 9-month position to provide intellectual leadership for our dynamic interdisciplinary minor and to serve as Assistant Director of the Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts, housed in The Center.

This is a non-tenured, three-year position, pending positive review at the end of the first year, with potential renewal at the conclusion of three years. The role includes teaching, coordinating faculty development, student advising, planning CAST events, research and creative activities, as well as administrative responsibilities. It is possible that, over time, the position could become year-round. CAST and The Center will offer communities of inquiry supportive of this faculty member’s own research and creative work, ideally at the intersection of practice, reflection and analysis.

Teaching

60% of the position, or 3 courses per year, will be devoted to teaching. These courses will include:

-CAST 150b, Introduction to Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation. This introductory course is required of all students who join the minor. It should link theory and practice, introducing students to the basic concepts and core capacities of the field.

-Two additional courses, based on the expertise and skills of the person holding the position. These would also be designated as CAST courses, but would likely be cross-listed in a department in one of the Divisions in the School of Arts and Sciences (Creative Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences). At least one of these two courses serve as one of several CAST capstone courses, meaning that students are learning skills through hands-on practice and also engaging in theoretical inquiry and critique.

Leadership within the CAST minor

20% of the position will involve leadership within the CAST minor, including co-chairing the advisory committee, which includes both faculty and staff; leading or coordinating faculty development workshops (1 – 2/year); advising students; representing CAST on campus; and planning CAST events. In future years, the person holding this position might sometimes also serve as the undergraduate advising head. The position also entails maintaining relationships with donors to CAST. These responsibilities are understood as the equivalent of one course.

Assisting the director of the Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts

20% of the position will be devoted to research and responsibilities at the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, including attending monthly staff meetings and creating content for Center publications. The holder of this position would be invited to participate in IMPACT (Imagining Together Platform for Arts, Culture and Conflict Transformation), a multi-regional infrastructure for the emerging Arts, Culture and Conflict Transformation eco-system, involving artists, cultural workers, funders, policy-makers and researchers. These responsibilities are understood as the equivalent of one core course.

Review of applications will begin on Monday, February 25.  March 1, 2019 is the final deadline.

Posted On
February 1, 2019
For More Information
https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/13223

Female Dancers and Choreographers

Organization
Moving Steps Foundation
Workplace street address
Dance Complex
City
Cambridge
State
MA
Select One
Part time, regular
Description

Moving Steps Foundation is seeking female dancers, and choreographers for 2 upcoming performances at BU, Wellesley College and the Sanctuary Theatre in Cambridge. We are especially interested in dancers who are in addiction recovery or reentry from prison, per our mission. We are also happy to work with dancers who have not had these experiences but feel strongly in dance as a mechanism for social justice and activism. No particular level of dance experience is required. Our dance styles includes hip-hop, contemporary and ballet. Please explore our website: movingstepsfoundation.org
We do offer pay compensation for rehearsal time and performances.

Posted On
January 30, 2019
For More Information
http://www.movingstepsfoundation.org , adrianne.tabet@comcast.net

Administrative Manager for Dance, Harvard Dance Center

Organization
Harvard Dance Center, Office for the Arts at Harvard
Workplace street address
66 Garden Street
City
Cambridge
State
MA
Select One
Full time, regular
Description

Duties & Responsibilities
Serves in leadership role in all aspects of dance administration and operations, including financial oversight and management, producing performances and events, and program archives. Manages administration and operations of dance spaces, co-curricular courses, events, symposia, performance, master classes, interdepartmental initiatives, and guest artist residencies. Oversees studio rentals, course registration and fees, and instructor payroll and agreements. With colleagues at the Office for the Arts, develops and monitors Dance budget, including support from Theater, Dance, and Media. Strategizes program growth opportunities and drafts grant proposals.

Full-time. All formal offers will be made by FAS Human Resources.

For more information and to apply please see https://bit.ly/2Du3kjd

Posted On
January 29, 2019
For More Information
https://bit.ly/2Du3kjd , ofa@fas.harvard.edu

Summer Intensive Program Resident Assistant

Organization
Urbanity Dance
Workplace street address
578 Huntington Ave
City
Boston
State
MA
Select One
Seasonal
Description

Urbanity Dance is seeking responsible and energetic Residential Assistant for Urbanity Dance’s three week Summer Intensive program serving students ages 11-24 years old from July 22nd to August 10th, 2019 at the MassArt TreeHouse residential halls.

The Residential Assistant to be on hand to organize activities, enforce policies, and work with students to see that everyone is adjusting well and having a positive experience while away from home. Position is full time come program for the three weeks, requires part – time hours leading up to the program to make sure the RA receives training hours including an American Red Cross training certification. RA to answer directly to supervisor, the Resident Director.

Candidates must have experience working with children and teenagers in a supervisory role. No dance experience needed.

Stipend: $1,500 includes a travel stipend, free meals and housing
Send resume and cover letter to summer@urbanitydance.org

Posted On
January 22, 2019
For More Information
summer@urbanitydance.org
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