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POSITION: Assistant Professor - Dance (Health, Physical Education and Dance) Queensborough Community College
The Department of Health, Physical Education and Dance at Queensborough Community College invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Dance to teach dance history and theory courses in the program. (NOTE: this is not a studio position- it is teaching dance history and theory in a classroom setting). Participation in academic advisement, department committees, program development, and assessment is required. The successful candidate, as an integral part of the college community, must be willing to take part in College committees and initiatives that carry out the mission of the College. Position to start Fall 2018.
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BOX OFFICE MANAGER POSITION AVAILABLE
Danspace Project is currently looking to hire one Box Office Manager to begin January 2018.
Danspace Project’s mission is to present new work in dance, support a diverse range of choreographers in developing their work, encourage experimentation, and connect artists
to audiences. In the curatorial process, a balance of perspectives is sought across considerations of issues of race, sexuality, class, and ethnicity; aesthetic investigations across dance histories, genres and forms; and relevance to DSP’s institutional history and memory. Danspace Project’s long-held commitment to developing and presenting new work, and to taking risks by supporting emerging artists, ensures a constant flow of new artistic ideas that all members of the staff are asked to engage in and support.
The Box Office Manager is a part-time, seasonal (Sept – June) position. It is a shared, shift-based position for three employees. Shifts are set based on the performance schedule pending mutual agreement between Danspace and the Box Office Managers via a scheduling meeting that occurs at the beginning of every season (Fall, Winter and Spring).
MAIN DUTIES INCLUDE:
- Pre-show preparation including typing reservations into OvationTix, preparing reservation list, and setting up box office area in the lobby
- Welcome patrons and sell tickets (including handling cash)
- Work with House Manager and other Danspace staff to help manage waitlist, late seating, and other issues with entry/exit to the house
- Post-show box office reconciliation and clean-up
- The ideal candidate would have experience in box office management, or other hospitality/retail experience involving customer service and handling payments and reconciliations. The ability to be efficient and accurate while maintaining a friendly demeanor is essential to the job.
- Interest and familiarity with Danspace Project’s programming and unique home venue, St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery, is a plus.
Danspace Project is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment to all employees and applicants for employment. No individual will be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, ethnic or national origin, veteran status, age or disability.
Danspace Project, 131 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10003
Do you know the ins & outs of Photoshop & InDesign? Do you run the social media for your best friend's dance company? We're looking for YOU!
The Marketing and Graphic Design Director/Website Manager is responsible for creating content and dispersing information for all programs run by The Yard, including the YARD ARTS Summer Season, THE WINTER YARD, MAKING IT education programs, artist residencies, and internships. This position is largely self-directed, and a background in dance is preferred but not required. Learn more about this position here.
Start date (negotiable): December 1st, 2017
Hours: (October - March) 10-15 hours/week
(April - September) 20 hours/week
Competitive hourly rate
Telecommuting option available
Apply by emailing David R. White (Artistic Director, Executive Producer) and Alison Manning (Executive Director, Co-Producer) with the subject line "Marketing and Graphic Design Application."
Please include a resume, cover letter, and 2 examples of your graphic design work.
POSITION: OSU seeks Assistant Professor in Community Art Making, Dance Pedagogy, and Movement Practice
Job opening at OSU DANCE
Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students,
OSU Dance is pleased to announce that we are seeking to hire an assistant professor in community art making, dance pedagogy, and movement practice.
Please find below a link to the position description, including a pdf. We ask that you disseminate this to anyone who might qualify.
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Heidi Russell, the founder of International Women Artists' Salon, is looking for a Hispanic/South American woman dancer or choreographer living/working at least part time in NY to add in a book.
It is a book spotlighting women artists of different disciplines. They are starting with a first book of 50 artists living or working in NYC currently. They need more representation of both dancing discipline and Hispanic/South American origin. She hopes to get a name to her intern to do the interview (via a short written questionnaire) from which she then writes the feature.
They are looking at a royalty split, will be very nominal, but the effort is important.
If you think this works for you or anyone you know, please contact Heidi directly at email@example.com (she is also copied in this email).
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I am a performer, historian, consultant and dance writer. I am a faculty member at Hunter College, Sarah Lawrence College (Guest), Empire State College's online program Center for Distance Learning. I am also a former faculty member of The Ailey School and the Alvin Ailey/Fordham University dance major program, Kean University and The Joffrey Ballet School's Jazz and Contemporary Trainee Program. I write on dance for The Amsterdam News, Dance Magazine and various publications. Click below to read more about me at my home page - "About Me."