Do you believe in empowering children through arts in education? Are you organized, highly motivated, and passionate about the role of the arts in a well-rounded education? If so, Arts for Learning may be the right fit for you.
Project Manager, Third Space project
The Project Manager will:
- serve as a liaison between the artists and schools
- monitor installation and de-installation of the artworks
- schedule the companion residencies
- coordinate documentation and evaluation for each project
- work with our Marketing & Communications Specialist to produce press releases, social media and blog posts, flyers and take-home materials for the open house events, and other related promotional materials
- work closely with the program team
- report to the Senior Director of Programs
Qualified participants will have several years of related experience in arts management, education and/or the arts and a bachelor’s degree. Excellent organizational and project management skills and effective oral and written skills are required. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel.
This is a part-time position with flexible and varied work days. Must be available between February 24, 2019 – May 15, 2020 for an estimated 7 hours per week. Arts for Learning holds office hours from Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 4:30 PM.
Please send a copy of your resume with a cover letter to Ploi Pagdalian, Senior Director of Programs at email@example.com. Applications are due by Friday, January 31, 2019.
Artist to Create Public Art in Starke County
Arts for Learning (AfL) is seeking an artist or artist collective to work as an independent contractor/s to create a new and original public artwork of which the design and inspiration must come from youth-led activities and the community.
Project Overview: AfL’s Fresh StART program engages students in a school-based effort to improve their community through art. In a series of workshops, students and their families are encouraged through various art forms to share their thoughts about a particular topic, centered around their community. The students’ artworks will serve as the inspiration for the final work produced by a professional artist.
- Enter into a contractual agreement with AfL and agree to a background check
- Ability to travel to locations in Starke County, IN
- Responsive to communications with the project team
- Document the progress of the work on social media to keep the students informed
- Submit brief journal entries to AfL via email
- Present 2-3 design ideas for voting at a community event, clearly representing student voice
- Participation in program assessments
- Availability participate in a public reveal event, estimated for May 2019
January 2019 – Opportunities to observe AfL artists’ workshops
February 2019 – Discussions with students
February-April 2019 – Planning and building of artwork, creation & public presentation of 2-3 samples for voting
May 2019 – Completion of project and culminating event/project reveal
All-inclusive fee of $3900 for the artist’s time, materials, production, cost of installation, travel and transportation, and other related expenses. 2/3 of the amount will be paid at the start of the project; final payment will be released upon completion.
To apply for consideration:
Email a cover letter and resume detailing exhibition or installation experience as well as any art education experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include photos or websites of portfolio examples. Please include the name “Fresh StART” in your application. A summary of similar projects is available upon request.
Preference is given to artists in or near Starke County.
Applications accepted through: January 25, 2019