Arts Administration Intern

Arts Administration Intern

CATEGORY: Internship

New York Stage and Film
New York, NY 10001
US

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

New York Stage and Film hires a part-time Arts Administration Intern for the New York City office in the Fall (Sept - Dec) and Spring (Jan - May). This internship offers an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in artistic development, general management, producing, fundraising, and development. Ideal candidate must have excellent organizational, communication, and writing skills; the ability to prioritize and multitask; and familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite. Prior arts administration experience is a strong plus. Part-time, based on candidate’s schedule.  Unpaid.  Includes monthly Metrocard.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting Artistic Producer, General Manager, and Development and Communications Manager in all line producing, general management, and communications responsibilities, including coordinating casting, supporting stage managers with logistics, petty cash and accounts payable assistance, general office management, entering donations, coordinating staffing for summer season, and generating content for newsletters and social media. In addition, day-to-day administrative duties; phone coverage; marketing research; minor web/graphic design; light bookkeeping assistance; social network updates; organizational projects; drafting correspondence; mailing list maintenance; and assisting with grant applications, based on a candidate’s particular skills. NYSAF is especially interested in candidates who are eager to gain exposure to different facets of arts administration, and will work collaboratively to identify projects that facilitate growth in areas of particular interest.

DURATION

September 9, 2019 - December 13, 2019

HOW TO APPLY

APPLY ONLINE

https://www.newyorkstageandfilm.org/nycinternship
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