Assistant Director / Fundraising & Grants
SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery
(NEW YORK NY)
SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery is an artist run non-profit gallery dedicated to supporting women in the arts. We are located in the heart of the Chelsea art community where we facilitate various programs including the SOHO20 Studio Residency, the Fellowship Program and our Savoir-Faire performance art series.
SOHO20 seeks a person for the part-time position of Assistant Director specializing in grant writing and fundraising. The assistant director will work with the director to fulfill certain administrative duties but will focus primarily on finding program support for the gallery through grants as well as working with a committee on the annual benefit.
The assistant director will need to be present at the gallery 3 days a week during gallery hours, and will need to interact with visitors and artists on a regular basis.
Responsibilities include (but not limited to):
-Assisting the director with program development.
- Researching applicable funding options for gallery’s programs.
- Maintaining the gallery’s records i.e. budget reports, Board of Directors info, etc.
- Writing grants and pursuing viable funding options for gallery’s programs.
- Working with a planning committee on the annual benefit
- Building and maintaining relationships with donors
-Performing various administrative duties.
-Bachelor's degree required.
-2+ years in grant writing experience
Skills and Abilities:
-Impeccable writing and communication skills.
-Detail-oriented, accurate, reliable, and punctual.
-Excellent organization skills.
-Must be flexible and proactive.
-Must demonstrate initiative and ability to work independently.
-Requires ability to handle confidential and sensitive information with discretion.
-Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in art and knowledge of the non-profit sector.
This is a part-time position, 3 days per week.
Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 12-6 PM.
Please send cover letter, resume, and writing sample (professional or academic) to: email@example.com Please include “Gallery Assistant” in the Subject line.
Call for application for internship from Molly Murphy:
Internship is for one semester. There will also be an opportunity to curate a show at the end of the internship.
I am currently taking applications for an intern (maybe two, if there is interest) for a few hours a month who would assist with curation, hanging, promotion and coordination of art shows at Pachamamas, The Bourgeois Pig and Final Fridays Art Walks.
The ideal candidate would be someone with art knowledge and a desire to learn more about the administration and coordination of public and private arts events, such as Final Fridays.
Any interested candidate should send a letter of interest, and short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org. I hope you can let any student who might have an interest in this know!
DEADLINE: MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2012
DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 7, 2012
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts seeks submissions for the 1st Salmon Sculpture Competition 2012, a juried exhibition of outdoor sculpture. Open to all media (but must be suitable for outdoor exposure), up to12 large scale works will be chosen for installation at the Sunken Garden Park, City of San Angelo.
Thursday, August 30, 2012, 7PM
Calling all Kansas artists! The City of Lawrence is commissioning a public art installation for the renovated library. Come learn about the selection process, view examples of other public art installations, see architect renderings of the new library, and hear Lawrence Public Library’s vision for this project.
This information session is intended for artists who would like to learn more about the project and are interested in responding to the Request For Qualifications (RFQ) to win the commission. Artists will have the opportunity to ask questions during a Q&A session following a short presentation.
Click here for more details about the commission.
KU School of the Arts Interdisciplinary Research Grants
Deadline: November 5, 2012, 4PM for Period II: January 1 – June 15, 2013
The School of the Arts is providing funding for arts students to conduct interdisciplinary creative and scholarly research projects focusing on a theme. These grants can be up to $1,000 with additional funds for exhibiting, presenting, performing, or publishing project results. There are also incentives for departments with participating students, as well as for the faculty sponsors.
New Hall Center Competitions!!!
Go to: http://www.hallcenter.ku.edu/~hallcenter/grants/faculty_support/index.shtml
for all the Hall Center competitions and their application portals.
Also listed on this site: http://kuvisualart.weebly.com/for-faculty.html
DEADLINE: OCTOBER 1, 2012
DEADLINE: AUGUST 31, 2012
On September 15th the Garden City Art gallery in Garden City, Kansas will open the show “Ad Astra per Academia”, a collection of student work to display the talent of art students at KU and K-State. The gallery is looking for a wide variety of different art forms, both 2D and 3D. We want the KU art and design programs to be well represented at the show, so students of all disciplines are highly encouraged to submit their work!
To submit your work, send small jpeg files to me at: email@example.com no later than August 31st. I will notify you within a couple of days if your work has been accepted. Please have the selected works ready to be presented and delivered to me by September 7th. After collecting all the work, I will deliver it to the gallery. Students will be notified when the show is over and I return the work to KU.
Note: Garden City is quite a way from Lawrence, so special care will have to be taken to safely transport the artwork. Extremely fragile pieces are not recommended. Please inform me when you submit your jpeg files if your art piece will require extra special care.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions! I look forward to viewing the submissions!
DEADLINE: OCTOBER 1, 2012
Vermont Studio Center has 35 fellowships to be awarded. Many are open to all. See the link above for detail, and to apply.