internship credit may be available as ARTS393 in the Spring semesterTKN Issue 7
+Support in developing and updating content for CUP communications, including website, e-newsletter, and social media
+Administrative work, like database and website upkeep
This is an entry-level position intended for those who haven’t had access to many internships or opportunities to work in an office or nonprofit environment. We’re looking for someone with a passion for social justice, great attention to detail, and strong verbal and written communication skills. While research is a part of this position, it’s more of a general support role.
Dates for the internship are flexible, but we’re looking for someone who can work in the office for a minimum of 3, 8-hour days a week, for 10-weeks. Please include your availability in your cover letter.
The internship pays $17 per hour, or you can choose to receive school credit if your school offers it.
Please send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for two references as one PDF (max size 3MB) to email@example.com by January 11, 2021. Please use the subject line “CUP Winter 2021 Intern.”
We understand that meeting this deadline might be a challenge for some this winter. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional time.
No phone calls, please.
CUP is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to fair and inclusive employment practices, and strongly encourage people of color, women, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, and others who may contribute to the diversification of ideas to apply.
The FCB Health Network is hosting a portfolio Review on Thursday, 11/19.
This is a great way for students to network with creative professionals at our agency, show off their portfolio, and receive feedback before they potentially apply for roles within The Network.
You can sign up by clicking here!
Interested students must sign up by Friday, 11/13 to be considered. Due to limited open spots, not all students will be invited to join this Portfolio Review, but we will keep them in mind for future events we plan to do. When contacted, they’ll be assigned to either the morning session (10:30 AM-11:45 AM) or the afternoon session (2:30 PM-3:45 PM).
Pippin Properties, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its first annual African American Creatives Grant—an award of $6,000 to an aspiring creative who has an interest in young people’s literature. For 2020, the inaugural year of the grant, Pippin is accepting applications for African American Artists only.We believe Black Lives Matter, and we all must do our part to dismantle racism in our country and within publishing. In an effort to assist in deconstructing unjust disparities experienced by African American people in the United States, Pippin Properties is pledging to do its part by offering the African American Creatives Grant, in addition to other initiatives that aim to support, amplify, and elevate underrepresented creatives in the field.African American artists, at any point in their careers, may apply and use the award towards the development of their careers.The creator is under no obligation to submit their work to Pippin Properties for representation. In the event that the recipient decides to do so, we would make it a priority to review the work with dispatch. Please note that Pippin is under no obligation to offer representation.If you are interested in applying, please review the following guidelines listed below.
Pippin will be accepting applications beginning at 12:01am EST on Monday, October 5th, 2020. Our submission window will remain open until we’ve received 100 applications OR until Monday, November 16th, 2020, whichever comes first. If the latter, we require all applications be in by 11:59pm EST on November 16th. In the case that we reach our maximum first, we will announce our closing to applications via our website and all social channels. We are accepting applications on a first come, first serve basis.
Applicants are invited to submit their application for consideration to the Pippin team via email@example.com. The judging process will be composed of two parts. During the initial round of assessment, a committee composed of Ashley Valentine, Art Manager; Cameron Chase, Subsidiary Rights Manager; and Rakeem Nelson, Agency Assistant will review and select 10 final applicants. Next, a committee of senior Pippin staff composed of Holly McGhee, Company President; Elena Giovinazzo, Vice President; and Sara Crowe, Senior Agent, will select the awardee from these top ten.
Here is a link to more info and instructions.
Design & Marketing Internship (Remote)
Flushing Town Hall (FTH) is seeking a Design & Marketing intern during Winter 2020 – Spring 2021 semesters. FTH will provide interns with great opportunities to develop skills and ideas in a friendly virtual-office environment.
Flushing Town Hall (FTH) presents multi-disciplinary global arts that engage and educate the global communities of Queens and New York City, in order to foster mutual appreciation. As advocates of arts equity since 1979, we support local, immigrant, national, and international artists, developing partnerships and collaborations that enhance our efforts. As a member of New York City’s Cultural Institutions Group (CIG), we serve to restore, manage and program the historic 1862 landmark on behalf of the City of New York. FTH celebrates the history of Queens as the home of Jazz, by presenting the finest in Jazz performance. We are committed to arts education and hands-on learning, for the arts-curious, arts enthusiasts, and professional artists. We serve one of the most diverse communities in the world, and strive to uphold the legacy of inclusiveness that has defined our community since the Flushing Remonstrance of 1657. Due to Covid-19 crisis, FTH has been closed since mid-March and offering virtual programs “Flushing Town Hall at Home” since March 27. More information: www.flushingtownhall.org
Design & Marketing Intern Reports to: Director of Marketing and Community Engagement: Part-time (8-12 hrs per week for 4-5 months; stipend provided $15/hr by Queens College) Available immediately.
Internship Duties: Full remote Internship Opportunity. Work closely with the Marketing and Community Engagement team in all areas of design and marketing. Job duties include but are not limited to the following projects:
– Help create graphics for: marketing and fundraising campaign, banners, flyers, and FTH social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube)
– Present rough drafts and present ideas
– Use the appropriate Brand colors, guidelines and layouts for each graphic
– Work with marketing team to produce final design
– Any other administrative duties reasonably related to marketing or the functions described above
Experience & Skills
– Prior experience creating graphics and a solid grasp of design concepts
– Comfort working in Adobe Creative Suite, especially Photoshop. InDesign, and Illustrator.
– Enthusiasm for the design process and attentiveness to different project goas
– Detail-oriented, organized, ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments
– Ability to work remotely, and complete assigned tasks within identified time frames
– Possess excellent communication skills
– Bilingual ability is a plus
– Passion in the arts and culture is a plus
To apply, please e-mail your resume, a cover letter, and work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org
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NextGen Applications Now Open!
College Students & Recent Graduates
with Disabilities Invited to Apply
Application Deadline: November 20, 2020
Disability:IN NextGen Leaders have the opportunity to connect with leading brands across all industries and transition from school to work and build a meaningful career.
Students are matched one-on-one with mentors, network, and interview with Disability:IN Corporate Partners. and experience an all-expense paid trip to the Disability:IN Annual Conference.
NextGen Leaders network and interview with partner companies.
NextGen Leader commitment:
Meet virtually a minimum of twice a month for six months with a corporate mentor.
Participate in monthly professional development webinars.
Attend the Disability:IN 2021 Conference on July 12–15. NextGen Leaders are expected to actively participate in all conference events, whether in-person or virtual. If accepted, and the program is held in-person, travel expenses will be covered for NextGen Leaders.
LGBTQ+, Black, and veteran individuals are especially encouraged to apply
College Night aims to provide real resources to students who are interested in pursuing careers in art, design, and museums, with an emphasis on breaking down the pathways and barriers that can intimidate young professionals when planning for their futures.
Our student programming provides professional development opportunities, such as a lecture series featuring museum professionals across departments and throughout the world of design, as well as creative workshops, resumé reviews, and direct mentorship with our museum staffers.
Our offerings for this season’s College Night series are:
Sep 2 | 7–8:30pm
Thinking Outside the Grid: Social Design & Community Education Pt. 1
The first of a two-part student series, this event will delve into the history of design as it relates to community organizing, the visual language behind powerful consciousness-raising designs, and the ways in which social media changes how we encounter, value, and communicate information. Hear from Rafael Esquer, Creative Director and CEO at Alfalfa New York, Matt Massara, graphic designer and illustrator, and Antionette Carroll, President and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, in conversation with Poster House’s Chief Curator Angelina Lippert as we tackle the evolving mediums and functions of design.
This event is sponsored by Creative Reaction Lab.
Sep 15 | 7–8:30pm
Thinking Outside the Grid: Social Design & Community Education Pt. 2
The second of a two-part student series about the history of design as it relates to community organizing, this event brings the theories of Part 1 into practice.
Through a hands-on workshop led by Isometric Studio, students will gain the knowledge and resources to begin designing their own informational graphics on voting to disseminate among their social circles, both online and through the power of the street-facing poster.
Using digital tools or paper and markers, participants will design their own graphic posters while learning about type, color, and communication.
This lecture will explore the lifespan of an exhibition at a museum, from inception and design, to installation and documentation. Hear from Ola Baldych, Poster House’s Design Director, and John Lynch, Poster House’s Exhibition Manager, about how they work together to build something that supports the museum’s vision within the museum’s physical capabilities. Then, hear from Stephanie Powell, a photography professor and Poster House consultant, about her documentation of exhibitions and how her images can be used for years to come through museum-related initiatives.
This lecture will highlight the career paths of three accomplished women in design, all hailing from different backgrounds and current positions in the design world. Participants will learn about each of these designer’s career trajectories, from college to where they find themselves now, and have the opportunity to ask questions so as to feel better equipped to continue pursuing their own professional futures.
Hear from Poster House’s Designer, Mihoshi Fukushima Clark; graphic designer, writer, and educator, Gail Anderson; as well as artist and design historian, Elizabeth Meggs, as they recount their experiences as students and their journeys to success in the arts.
When making any decision about your education, it can help to consult a wide array of resources and perspectives. Whether you are considering graduate school or are a current graduate student, this evening is for you. In this program, you will hear from multiple speakers in the design world who hold Masters Degrees, including Poster House’s Director Julia Knight and professor and artist Clara Lieu, who will discuss their educational journeys and what they learned about the cause and effect of going through graduate programs.
The final half-hour of this program will feature the Poster House’s Education Team, who will lead participants in a professional development session focusing on continuing education post-school and resources for professional networking and involvement during and after your formal education.
Over the past year, museums have worked to find footing within many complex and widespread challenges, including a global pandemic and the ongoing civil rights movement. As museums adapt to meet the world where it is today, we are tasked with considering how museums can continue to change and grow into the future, and who their audience and supporters are.
How do you imagine the museum of the future, and how can we build it together? In our final roundtable of the fall semester, these are the questions that will be discussed by our esteemed panelists, including curator and design historian Michelle Millar Fisher, cultural organizer and curator La Tanya Autry, and educator, writer, and executive director of NXTHVN, Nico Wheadon.