Calls for Artists
Art is going wild at Zoo Atlanta! Art Gone Wild, begins Monday, June 4 and continues through Friday, June 8, 2018. An Art Show and Sale will take place on Saturday, June 16 and Sunday, June 17.
Up to 40 artists will be selected to create their art en plein air, or “in the open air,” using the exotic and inspiring animals, botanicals and scenery of the Zoo as their muses. Zoo Atlanta guests will have the opportunity to watch as the artists take their canvases from blank to beautiful.
Applications are due by end of business on Friday, March 30.
For more information and To Apply: Click Here
About the Circuit
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is the South’s only tour of filmmakers. We collaborate with a network of Screening Partner venues and filmmakers to share the transformative power of indie film with people in communities across the South.
Southern Circuit is an amazing opportunity for both emerging and established filmmakers. Filmmakers are paid to tour with their film, participate in post-screening Q&A’s, and lead conversations through educational, social, and press engagements. Meeting with Southern audiences of all makeups and backgrounds, filmmakers share their work and experience their film through the lens of local audiences.
Southern Circuit works with our Screening Partners to develop independent film audiences throughout the South. Our Screening Partner venues come in many shapes and sizes, including schools and universities, performing arts centers, places of worship, and museums. Southern Circuit isn’t just for film aficionados – audiences are comprised of high school and college students, community members of all ages, families, social clubs—everyone! These are more than a screening; we connect audiences face-to-face with some of today’s most sought-after filmmakers for an in-depth look at the art of filmmaking and a host of relevant topics. Films explore the issues—and people—that affect our world, sparking important conversations at the local level.
We screen feature-length animation, documentary, experimental and narrative films. Southern Circuit is composed of three separate Circuits, each with six filmmakers (for 18 filmmakers total) who travel (by air and auto) to an estimated six-eight communities each throughout the South (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee). The Circuit tours take place the months of September, October, November, February, March, and April. Filmmakers will tour an estimated 10-12 days.
Filmmakers selected for the 2018-2019 Southern Circuit receive:
- A $400 screening honorarium for each screening on the tour. Total screening honoraria may total as much as $3,200.
- Paid travel expenses (prepaid airfare; reimbursement for car rental, gas expenses, and airline baggage fees) for the tour.
- A per diem of $200 (per evening away from home) to cover expenses for meals and lodging.
- Logistics and travel support from the South Arts staff.
- Marketing support from South Arts and Screening Partners for each screening.
In return, selected filmmakers agree to:
- Travel to designated Screening Partner venues throughout the South.
- Present a screening approximately 40-120 minutes in length.
- Engage audiences in a 30-minute post-screening Q&A discussion of the work, the filmmaking process, and their lives as artists.
- Participate in program-related events coordinated by Screening Partners on the tour, such as private dinners, public receptions, classroom presentations, etc.
- Participate in Southern Circuit social media to promote the tour.
Film and Filmmaker Eligibility
- Southern Circuit accepts animation, documentaries, experimental and fiction films.
- Applicants must live in the United States with a valid driver’s license.
- Filmmakers must submit a film 40-120 minutes in length.
- Films must have been completed after January 1, 2016.
- Both online screeners and exhibition prints must either be in English or have English subtitles.
- Filmmakers will be expected to drive between venues that are 300 miles or less.
- Southern Circuit does not have premiere requirements. However, the program does take previous screenings and broadcasts into consideration during the selection process. It is the filmmaker’s responsibility to notify Southern Circuit of any change in a premiere status during the submission process.
- If a film has a confirmed distribution deal, the filmmaker (or their production company) must legally maintain festival and educational distribution rights to participate in Southern Circuit. South Arts does not provide distribution fees.
- Films selected to tour must screen in DVD, Blu-ray or DCP.
- Entry fees are nonrefundable.
- Submissions must be available via the secure online screener function of FilmFreeway. Discs will not be accepted. You are required to keep us informed if passwords are updated.
- Entrants are responsible for obtaining any necessary licenses, royalties, release forms, clearances, and permits necessary to present their work.
- Southern Circuit does not accept rough cuts, only completed films.
- All decisions made by Southern Circuit are final.
Submission Deadlines & Fees (opens January 2, 2018)
- Early Bird: January 31, 2018 – $25
- Regular: March 15, 2018 – $35
- Late: March 31, 2018 – $50
- Extended: April 15, 2018 – $60
For more information, applications and full submission details, visit: https://www.southarts.org/touring-arts/southern-circuit/submit-your-film/
For three days this fall Flux Projects will bring a selection of projects by Atlanta artists to Grant Park. As the park celebrates 135 years, we are looking for projects that give voice to this historic greenspace, that imagine the stories it could tell, explore its ecosystem, inform us about its health, and celebrate its magic.
Projects can be installations or performances and can run anytime 6am to 11pm.
We are first asking artists to submit concepts in no more than 250 words. From this we will select a handful of artists to develop proposals.
Who can apply:
Artists in the Atlanta area
Complete the Google form with the following information: name, address, email, telephone, website, 250-word concept description.
Deadline to submit:
February 28, 2018. Artists will be notified by March 31, 2018.
Contact Anne Archer Dennington at email@example.com.
RFP’s & RFQ’s
Open Call for Artists and Arts Professionals 2018
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is seeking visual artists, performers, musicians, lecturers, and historic
preservationists at every stage of their careers to apply for our 2018 exhibition season. Historic,
environmental, cultural, functional, urban design, and/or aesthetic aspects of the Atlanta BeltLine maybe good starting points to consider for potential proposal submissions. Projects should be well researched,well-planned and feasible.
Although not limited to the following examples, potential
projects might include all or some of the following:
• Temporary art, sculptural or visual installations;
• Amenities for visitors – such as benches, bike racks, shade structures;
• Gateway or entrance works;
• Performance works of all kinds, including but not limited to street and travelling
performers, parade, music, dance, theater and performance art;
• Utilization of fences or screening devices;
• Loan of existing artwork, such as sculptures or assemblages;
• Environmental works;
• School or class projects
Proposed materials shall be modestly priced and durable, requiring minimal maintenance in an outdoor setting. All works must be designed to be safely removed at the end of the designated period, or disintegrate safely into the environment. All construction, installation, and de-installation methods must be adequate and safe for public interaction. Projects must last throughout the exhibition period; however, we are also interested in performance works or ephemeral works that could be scheduled to occur periodically throughout the time frame. All works and performances must be suitable for all ages and audiences.
Deadline: All materials must be received by 5:00 pm EST on Friday, March 16, 2018
For more information and to apply: Click Here to View the Full RFP
Manager, Special Contributions and Brand Awareness (Temporary/Full-time)
Reports To: Director of Development
Employment Status: Temporary/Full-time
The Alliance Theatre is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all areas of our work, including play selection, casting, marketing and public relations efforts, education programs, recruitment of staff and volunteers, and the composition of the Board of Directors.
The Alliance Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, class, religion, country of origin, political belief, (dis)ability, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any factor protected by law. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
The Manager, Special Contributions and Brand Awareness is responsible for planning, managing and implementing efforts for individual special contributions relating to 50th Anniversary efforts, particularly new gifts associated with Alliance Theatre Board member networks. The Manager will help implement special giving campaigns and brand awareness to acquire new gifts to the Theatre, as well as special one-time 50th Anniversary gifts from lapsed donors and retired/former Board members. The manager reports to the Director of Development. Strong strategic planning, fundraising, management, organizational, written and verbal communication, computer proficiency, as well as experience in working with high-level individuals, refined brands and volunteers are essential to the successful fulfillment of this position.
This position will be filled as soon as possible, and will be a temporary, full-time position through at least May 31, 2019.
• Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
• Some early mornings, evenings and weekends are required for special events
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
• In collaboration with Alliance and Woodruff Arts Center Development leadership, develop a comprehensive plan, as well as a time line, for special 50th Anniversary individual giving and brand awareness.
• Strategize and implement, with the assistance of the Director of Development and Board Committee leadership, major gift efforts for individual donors giving $1,000 and above and major gift prospects at various current giving levels.
• Strategize individual comprehensive Board giving strategies – including corporate giving when applicable – managing solicitation, implementation, and follow up.
• Meet annual income goals for special 50th Anniversary campaign.
• Handle all administrative support for major gifts and Board-connected giving including creating and implementing major gift and special acquisition mailings, designing and drafting all individual gift proposals and delivering benefits to clients.
• Work with the Woodruff-wide Development colleagues in efforts to renew and/or increase the giving level of lapsed donors or valued prospects.
• Work with Graphic Designers, printers and other necessary parties to develop solicitation materials (brochures, etc.).
• Supervise volunteer follow up when required for solicitations. Handle solicitation and closing process when necessary.
• Plan and implement major donor special events connected with acquisition efforts.
• Providing personal client service to donors including touch base, telephone calls and invitations to special events.
• Developing personal relationships with donors, board members, and volunteer leaders.
• Design and run analytical reports and provide Finance department with correct information in order to process major gift and special pledges/contributions.
• Work with Development colleagues to strategize and coordinate department fundraising efforts.
• Represent the Alliance at various events and meetings when necessary, presenting a professional appearance at all times.
• Understand and communicate the artistic vision of the Alliance Theatre.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree Required; Master’s degree preferred.
Skills and Abilities:
• Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint software are required.
• Experience in using Tessitura software is a plus.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Some standing, walking, bending, frequent use of hands, stooping and light lifting (at least 10 pounds) is needed.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest nonprofit organization in the United States dedicated to the art form of puppetry. The Center’s mission is to inspire imagination, education, and community through the global art of puppetry. For further information, visit our website at www.puppet.org
Reporting to the Development Director, the Grants Manager is the principal researcher and writer of funding proposals, applications, letters of intent, acknowledgements, and reports to foundation, corporate, NGO and government grant makers. This position may also work with/create proposals and reports for select individual donors. This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. Office hours are generally Mon.-Fri., 9:00am–5:30pm (includes a 30-minute lunch), however, a flexible schedule may be considered and occasional evening and weekend hours are required.
- Proactively manage a calendar of grant application deadlines and report deadlines and manage the proofing process for all grants and reports
- Develop well-researched, well-written, and compelling grant proposals, applications, and reports for private and public funders and ensure submission in a timely fashion
- Measure attendance and demographic information using Tessitura ticketing database and other resources, with the goal of reporting on measurable outcomes and demographics to programmatic funders
- Work collaboratively with Center leadership and other departments to develop, analyze, and coordinate program/project budgets, descriptions, activities, and timelines
- Build and maintain positive working relationships with current, prospective, and lapsed funders through personalized outreach, which may include communication via phone, email, and in-person visits
- Communicate with funders to obtain additional information for proposal submissions, clarify guidelines, and request feedback on declined proposals
- Proactively identify new grant funding opportunities, qualify prospective funders, and conduct “cold outreach” to funding prospects, analyze the fit between the funder/program, and recommend strategies for grant opportunities
- Assist programmatic staff to ensure that programs are designed to meet the requirements of funder interests, including the creation of measurable outcomes
- Attend applicant workshops in person or via conference call/webinar, as needed
- Prepare periodic reports on grant activity for internal/staff awareness, with a focus on meeting revenue goals for corporate, foundation, NGO, and government funding
- Enter grant donations into Raiser’s Edge database, prepare acknowledgement letters, and maintain electronic and hard copy grant files
- Assist with Development events including patron appreciation parties (3-4 times per year on Friday evenings), the annual String Fling Gala (held on a Saturday in September each year), and other events as needed
- Other duties as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS REQUIRED
- A genuine passion for the Center’s work and programs
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in English, Journalism, Communications, Business, or related field
- Minimum of 3 years of proposal writing experience with demonstrated success, preferably in an arts and culture organization
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to write clearly, concisely, and persuasively
- Strong critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, and interpersonal skills, with a positive, “can-do” attitude
- Demonstrated experience managing collaborative proposal development
- Ability to work quickly and calmly under pressure, effectively multi-task, and manage competing deadlines and shifting priorities
- Strong initiative and follow-through, especially when it comes to meeting deadlines
- High proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and editing Adobe PDF documents
- Raiser’s Edge and Tessitura experience preferred
- Familiarity with the Atlanta philanthropic community and/or the Atlanta arts and cultural scene/environment preferred
Please submit: a cover letter, resume, three writing samples (preferably grant proposals), and salary expectation to Heather Karellas by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. Generic applications that are not tailored to this job posting will not be considered.
Museum Collections Manager
The Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest nonprofit organization in the United States dedicated to the art form of puppetry. The Center’s mission is to inspire imagination, education, and community through the global art of puppetry. For nearly forty years, the Center has introduced millions of visitors of all ages to the wonder and artistry of puppetry through three key programming areas: Performance, Museum, and Education. These program areas work in tandem to showcase puppetry in action, as a fine art, and as a gateway to imagination. For further information, visit our website at www.puppet.org
The Center for Puppetry Arts Museum seeks a Collections Manager to assist in all areas of collections management and exhibition registration. Reporting to the Museum Director, the incumbent will manage and maintain the museum’s object, archival, and library collections. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, cataloging and condition reporting incoming donations, managing the collections management database system (PastPerfect) and assisting with exhibitions, including the installation and de-installation of special and permanent exhibitions. The Center currently holds over 3000 items in its collection, including a recent donation of over 400 items from the Jim Henson Collection.
- Manage, monitor, and maintain object, archival, and library collections.
- Catalog, condition report, and re-house all incoming donations and any items going on or off exhibit.
- Process paperwork for accessions, incoming loans, and outgoing loans.
- Manage the museum’s Past Perfect database.
- Manage contract conservators working on puppets from the Jim Henson Collection and the Global Collection on an as needed basis.
- Work with Preparator on finding appropriate mounting solutions for pieces going on exhibit.
- Responsible for ongoing inventory of museum collection. Manage artifact checklist for special exhibits and permanent gallery rotations.
- Work with Museum Director and Preparator in installing/de-installing exhibitions.
- Prepare monthly report of potential artifact donations for the Acquisition Committee to review.
- Monitor Galleries and Collections Storage.
- Supervise library patrons and handle research requests.
- Oversee Collections Management interns and Library volunteers.
- Conduct research as needed.
- Assist with museum programming/museum store operation as needed.
- Complete other duties as assigned.
- Possess a B.A. in History, Public History, Museum Studies, or related field (M.A. preferred).
- Have a minimum of 2 years museum experience in registration and/or collections management with demonstrated proficiency in database management (PastPerfect experience is a plus).
- Successful candidates must be extremely detail oriented and self-motivated.
- Must be able to work successfully alone and in a team environment.
- Candidates must have knowledge of standard museum policies and procedures according to AAM standards and knowledge of standard museum cataloguing systems.
- Must be willing to work some evening and weekends (with advance notice)
- Must be willing to occasionally assist in other Museum areas as needed (Store, Education, and Galleries)
- The ideal candidate will possess patience, persistence, flexibility, and a good sense of humor.
Instructions for application:
Please mail your resume, a letter of interest, and salary requirements to:
Jill Nash Malool, Museum Director; Center for Puppetry Arts; 1404 Spring St. NW; Atlanta, GA 30309-2820 or email to email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
Little Five Arts Alive Season 2018
In 2018 Little Five Arts will program live performing arts in Findley Plaza on the first Saturday and Sunday from May until November. As part of the line up, you will be part of an exciting program of public art. Your name and description will be featured on both printed and online publicity. We can support your performance on the day with one site manager, one 10 x 10 shade tent, and access to a single power source.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: They are accepting applications on a rolling basis throughout the season.
AUDITIONS: We will hold auditions and meetings on a rolling basis. If selected to audition, you will be contacted within 2 weeks – 1 month from your application date (depending on availability of performance slots) and given an audition slot. The first audition date will be March 23rd and 24th.
PAYMENT: If selected for the lineup, you will be required to submit a W-9 including your SSN or tax id before payment can be processed, without exception.
If you would like to be a part of the program for Little Five Arts Alive in 2018, Apply Today!
For more information and to Apply: Click Here
Casting / Audition Details:
CASTING FOR UPCOMING SIGNAL 23 PROJECTS
Your favorite online TV network is looking for talent! Signal 23 Television is an American internet broadcasting television network started in Atlanta, Georgia. Signal 23 TV is known for shows like Steel River, The Label, Boyz Next Door, About Him, and more. We are starting a new crop of shows all being shot in Atlanta this spring. We are searching for talent across the country to be some of the new stars to break the internet.
Please bring a headshot and resume. Must have a 8×11 Picture of yourself. If you do not have a headshot you will not be seen. Please bring physical headshot in. ( Even if you have to print one on regular paper black and white it will be accepted.
Open Casting call on March 24th and March 25th
Union Audition/ Current Employees Appointments : 10am- 1pm Both Days
Open Call 1pm- 6pm Both Days
Address: 294 Walker St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313
For more information and To apply: Click Here
Out Front Theatre Company – Audition Workshop for Trans and GNC Performers
On March 4, 2018, Out Front will be hosting a March Audition Workshop for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Performers. This workshop is meant for performers who identify anywhere under the umbrella of “trans” or “gender non-conforming” – (i.e. non-binary, transgender man, transgender woman, or anywhere else in between.) This is your chance to show the artistic director of Atlanta’s LGBTQIA+ theatre and a queer director your audition, and get some helpful feedback. Our hope is that trans/GNC performers can benefit from this opportunity to better prepare and deliver for auditions and we would like all performers in the trans/gnc community to feel empowered, prepared and better able to succeed on stage.
The workshop will be lead by Paul Conroy, Found and Producing Artistic Director of Out Front, and Graham Miller, NYC based director of the 2019 Out Front production of I Am My Own Wife. The goals of the workshop are to cater to the individual needs of the performer. We want to create a relaxed environment where people can feel free to grow and take chances. More experienced actors will be given the chance to perform and receive feedback on their choice of audition material (see options for preparation below), in a “work session” format typical of what an actor might experience as part of a casting director-led workshop.
What audition material should I prepare?
Information on Audition Material to prepare and links to I Am My Own Wife materials may be found here.
You can RSVP here for this event, or email Paul Conroy at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to reserve your spot (space is limited.).
Wish Upon a Party is casting! We are looking to hire people to portray princesses, princes, and more at parties and events.
Are you searching for a magical, rewarding, and fun job? Do you love working with children and making dreams come true? If so, we would love to hear from you!
This is a wonderful job for aspiring actors as parties are on a gig by gig basis not on a set schedule. Not to mention amazing improv practice!
Go to: www.wishuponapartyatl.com/casting for more information and to apply
Men and women, 18-30 years old, of all ethnicities considered. Must have weekend availability and reliable transportation.
Evelyn in Purgatory
By Topher Payne
Production Dates: July 13-29, 2018
Submissions open: April 10, 2018
Audition Dates: May 8/10 7-9pm
May 12 12-4pm
Callbacks: May 15 7-10pm
Please bring: A headshot/resume if you have one and a list of all conflicts between May 19, 2018 and July 30, 2018.
Please prepare: A one minute comedic monologue. Be prepared to read from the script.
Pay: All roles are paid a stipend.
To schedule an audition email auditions@liveartstheatre.
Elm Street 2017-18 Season of Courage
UPCOMING 2017-18 AUDITIONS:
Mark your calendars for upcoming auditions and keep up with notifications when we begin sign-ups by following us on Facebook or signing up for our newsletter!
Little Women the Musical IN CONCERT
ages 16 & up
March 23-25, 2018
Aurora Theatre Assistant Technical Director
Aurora Theatre seeks a Technical Director. Now in its 22nd season, Aurora Theatre, an SPT8 located in the Metro Atlanta region, has an operating budget of over $2.5 million. Salary is commensurate with experience; full benefits package included. Aurora Theatre may be willing to assist in relocation expenses for qualified candidate. As the second largest professional theatre in Georgia with plans for expansion within the next 5 years, Aurora produces 13 fully produced shows each season and requires an energetic and highly skilled candidate. Aurora Theatre is an EOE and encourages ALL qualified applicants to apply.
The Assistant Technical Director (ATD) in cooperation with the Technical Director (TD) defines physical elements of all productions within the constraints of time, labor, budget, and organizational policies. He/She works in tandem with the Director and Artistic Leadership to create the physical production process, managing and building sets and maintaining up-to-date technical documents of each show.
This is a full-time position.
REQUIREMENTS: Candidate should have at least 3 years of technical experience in welding, building, rigging and electrics, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, a working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook), and Vectorworks. Candidates must have excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Lighting, sound, video, and/or costume experience a plus. Special consideration will be given to those candidates with an Associate/Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Theatre. Must be willing to work evening and weekend hours.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is accepting resumes from theatre technicians with skills in electrics, sound, and video for part time opportunities on an as-needed basis.
Primary responsibilities will be to assist in the operations of the electrics shop, including but not limited to the following:
- Assist in the changeover of shows, which includes installing the lighting, audio, and video needs for Center and guest artist productions
- Hang, circuit, and focus lighting plots
- Prepare sound systems for rehearsals and performances
- Hang and focus of video projection equipment
- Prep upcoming shows (building practicals, pulling gear, cutting gel, etc.
- Help to maintain and organize the Electrics shop, keeping it in a state of readiness for upcoming events
- Repair and maintain equipment
- Fulfill the electric needs for other Center activities (events, tours, etc.)
- Three years of formal theatre education or professional experience
- Skills in lighting and sound system operations
- Skills in electrical, audio, and video wiring
- Skills in trouble shooting and problem solving
- Motivated and responsible
- Team-oriented attitude
- Comfortable working on ladders (all spaces have dead-hung grids)
- Ability to lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds regularly
- Knowledge of ETC Lighting equipment and Q-lab
Overhire Electrics Technicians are compensated on an hourly basis.
Aurora Theatre is accepting resumes for theatre technicians with skills in carpentry,
electrics, or costumes to add to their overhire call list.
• Must be proficient with shop tools and have a good working knowledge of
• Must take direction well and work as part of a team.
• Must be able to lift 50lbs.
• Must be able to read shop drawings.
• Must be able to hang, circuit, and focus lighting points.
• Must take instruction to work independently as well as part of a team.
• Must be able to use domestic, industrial, and serger machines.
• Must have experience in a variety of sewing methods, including hand sewing
• Must be able to perform the sewing task asked of them with minimal instruction.
• Must manage time effectively on each project and communicate well with other
Aurora Theatre is a non-profit Equity SPT 8 theatre located in Lawrenceville, Georgia
and operates two theatre spaces. Aurora’s Metro Waterproofing Strickland Family
Mainstage is home to two large scale musicals, three comedic or dramatic plays, one
holiday variety show, and two theatre for young audience (TYA) offerings. Aurora’s
Peach State Federal Credit Union Studio is home to two contemporary play offerings,
one Spanish language play, and two holiday shows which run in rep. Additionally,
Aurora offers several one night events and community outreach opportunities including
Comedy Nights, Children’s Playhouse, Teatro Aurora, and Tixster.
GDECD INTERN PROGRAM
The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD)’s Internship Program provides students and recent graduates valuable learning experiences and opportunities to make professional connections in the workplace.
As the sales and marketing arm for the State of Georgia, GDEcD plans, manages and mobilizes state resources to attract new business investment to Georgia, drive the expansion of existing industry and small business, locate new markets for Georgia products, inspire tourists to visit Georgia and promote the state as a top destination for arts events and film, music and digital entertainment projects. GDEcD Interns are able to shadow and work closely with the professionals charged with carrying out this important mission.
Responsibilities vary based on the particular internship. Typical assignments include focuses on research, marketing, event planning and execution, communication and public relations.
GDEcD internships are unpaid; however, GDEcD supervisors are willing to ensure that all academic requirements are met for interns seeking academic credit.
To be eligible to participate in the GDEcD Intern Program, students (and recent graduates, through one quarter or semester following graduation) must meet the following:
- Completion of a minimum of one year of higher education (two semesters or three quarters)
- GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Resident of Georgia or attend a Georgia institution of higher learning
See below for more information regarding specific internship opportunities in each department area, along with the specific knowledge and attributes successful interns should possess:
INTERNSHIPS PER INDUSTRY
- 1 COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
- 2 MARKETING/COMMUNICATIONS
- 3 CHINA INITIATIVES
- 4 GLOBAL COMMERCE – RESEARCH
- 5 INTERNATIONAL TRADE
- 6 MUSIC MARKETING AND DEVELOPMENT
- 7 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
- 8 CENTERS OF INNOVATION
- Interns must agree to the terms and conditions specified by GDEcD.
- Actual parking expenses incurred during the internship will be reimbursed, provided the intern follows the instructions provided by GDEcD regarding parking location and method (daily versus monthly payment, etc.). The internship supervisor will determine parking arrangements individually with the intern.
- No other personal expenses (housing, food, mass transit, etc.) are reimbursed.
- Interns seeking academic credit must provide program requirements no later than at the time of interviewing for an internship.
- Interns must be able to commit to a regular schedule (20 – 40 hours per week) for a period of 3 to 8 months. Specific terms will be discussed and agreed upon in advance by the intern and his/her assigned supervisor.
If you are interested in the GDEcD Intern Program please submit a resume and cover letter via email to email@example.com.
The cover letter must include the following:
- Top two choices of internship opportunities from the list described above
- Dates of availablility for interning (minimum 3 months, maximum of 8 months).
- Weekly availability including dates and times
- Academic credit requirements for your institution, if any
Due to the large volume of applications received, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
For full program details and internship descriptions/duties by category, visit: http://www.georgia.org/about-us/career-job-search/gdecd-intern-program/
WonderRoot is seeking interns. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships are available year-round, and do not need to be set to a specific semester or term!
Contact email@example.com for more info.
The AMP Street Team is a group of volunteers who contribute their time and talents to make sure each concert and event goes smoothly. With the help of the AMP Street Team, the Young Artists of AMP are able to reach their full potential by delivering amazing performances all over the City of Atlanta.
Hambidge provides a residency program that empowers talented individuals to explore, develop, and express their creative voices. Situated on 600 acres in the mountains of north Georgia, Hambidge is a sanctuary of time and space that inspires individuals working in a broad range of disciplines to create works of the highest caliber.
We pledge to offer a nurturing retreat, preserve Hambidge’s pristine natural environment, and provide public educational programming.
Creative thinkers from throughout the United States and around the world; residencies are awarded by juried panels for two to eight weeks.
Hambidge’s Residency Program opens mid-February and closes mid-to late-December through the month of January. Application deadlines are:
- Apply from December 1st through January 15th for the May through August residency period.
- Apply from March 1st through April 15th for the September through December residency period.
- Apply from August 1st through September 15th for the mid-February through April residency period.
FEES & SCHOLARSHIPS
Resident Fellows pay $235 per week (of the $1300 per week cost)
Limited scholarships for first-time residents (unless otherwise noted) are available, and include the following:
(Please note: these scholarships remove the fees for two weeks of a residency. You are free to request a residency lasting longer than those two weeks.)
- The Mary Hambidge Weaving Fellowship provides a $700 stipend and waives the fee for a 2 week residency for an outstanding weaver.
- The Holland & Knight Fellowship provides a $700 stipend and waives the fee for a 2 week residency for an outstanding applicant in any discipline.
- The Friends of Lake Burton Fellowship provides a $700 stipend and waives the fee for a 2 week residency for an outstanding applicant in any discipline.
- The Drew Charter School Scholarship waives the fee for a 2 week residency for a teacher working at Drew Charter School in Decatur, Georgia.
Hambidge has 9 secluded cottage/studios which provide living and working space, feature great views, lots of privacy, kitchens and bathrooms.
Resident Fellows gather each evening Tuesday through Friday in Lucinda’s Rock House for delicious vegetarian fare prepared by our talented chef.
Hambidge is located on 600 pristine acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains featuring nature trails, meadows, waterfalls, a swimming hole, an abundance of wild flowers and crisp, clean mountain air.
See the requirements and apply online here.
Scholarships & Grants
Contracts for Arts Services (CAS), the City of Atlanta’s program for financial support of arts and culture, has announced the release of application guidelines for the upcoming 2018-2019 fiscal year. Each year, CAS awards contracts to non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations and individual artists based and producing work in the city of Atlanta. Both general operating and project-based requests are accepted.
The CAS program awards contracts related to the production, creation, presentation, exhibition and managerial support of artistic and cultural services in the City of Atlanta. Applications will be accepted in the following categories from arts and cultural organizations, community and neighborhood organizations, and practicing, professional artists for projects to take place in the city of Atlanta:
- Major Arts Organizations
- Arts Organizations
- Community Cultural Development Organizations
- Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU’s) and Neighborhood Organizations
- Individual Artist Projects
- Emerging Artist Award
Workshops covering the application process are being held in various locations throughout the City of Atlanta. The application deadline is April 20, 2018. All new applicants are required to attend a workshop prior to submitting an application to the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs.
For more information including access to the guidelines, applications, and workshop dates and locations please visit the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs website at www.ocaatlanta.com.
The City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs vision is to enhance the quality of life through arts and culture, and to contribute positively to the social and economic health of Atlanta and the region. Their mission is to promote rich, diverse and educational cultural experiences; nurture artists and arts organizations; unify Atlanta’s cultural community; preserve and protect the city’s cultural heritage; and expand Atlanta’s international reputation as a cultural destination. For news and information follow them on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/atlantaculturalaffairs and visit their web site at http://www.ocaatlanta.com/.
About the AITAF Playwriting Award
The Bridge Award was established in honor of our upcoming tenth anniversary with the purpose of recognizing an emerging playwright of exceptional talent within the United States military. The award consists of a $10,000 prize, and an AITAF produced reading of the winning work. The head judge will be Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks.
In addition to bringing world-class theater to the military, AITAF is committed to supporting and sharing the talents of those who serve. This Award will offer a deserving current military service member or veteran artist important connections with the theater community and access to developmental resources, helping to facilitate a deeper understanding and more active dialogue between military and civilian communities.
The Awarded Playwright will Receive:
- $10,000 prize.
- An AITAF produced reading of the winning play in the fall of 2018, in NYC or on base (if the winning playwright is in active duty) with a professional director and cast.
- A reception and feedback session following the reading.
- Award presented at our annual AITAF Broadway Show in November 2018.
- Author must currently serve or have served in the United States military. All selected finalists will be required to provide proof of service.
- All submissions must be full-length, completed plays.
- Musicals, screenplays, or one-act plays are ineligible.
- All submissions must be unpublished.
- The submitted play may not have received a professional, reviewed production.
- The submitted play may address any subject matter or theme; military settings or content are not given any extra consideration.
- Each author may submit one play per year; multiple submissions are not allowed.
- Once a play has been submitted, no further revisions or new drafts may be entered.
- Plays with a producer, producing organization or theater attached are not eligible.
- Submissions will be accepted December 1st 2017 through March 1st 2018.
- Please submit your play in PDF form with the title: Title of Play.pdf
- Please include a brief accompanying statement, including a description of your service (dates, military branch, foreign countries served in, if applicable.) This description may be 250 words or fewer.
- Only finalists will be notified of their status.
- When the winning playwright is named, finalists will also be announced.
To apply, visit: https://aitaf.org/the-bridge-award/
The Atlanta Chapter of the Awesome Foundation’s grants support projects in sciences, arts, education, civic engagement, media, and entertainment — just about anything as long as it contributes to making Atlanta more AWESOME! And guess what – 501c3 status is not a requirement!
The grants can go to groups, individuals, small non-profit organizations, almost any entity. We fund grants every month EXCEPT July and December.
The long awaited moment has now arrived: the application for the Creative Capital Award is open through February 28. In a shift from previous cycles, artists working in all art forms are now welcome to apply in the same award round.
Artists who receive the Creative Capital Award will have access to up to $50,000 in funding to develop their project, plus advisory services valued at $45,000. We are interested in groundbreaking and original projects, as well as artists who are ready to take full advantage of our non-monetary services.
Thursday, February 1 – Wednesday, February 28, 2018: Letter of Inquiries (LOI) accepted
Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 4:00pm EST: LOI submission deadline
June (exact date TBA), 2018: Notification of advancement to application stage
September (exact date TBA), 2018: Notification of advancement to panel review
January 2019: Public Announcement of awards
For more information click here: “5 key items to know about the application,”
In keeping with FCA’s mission to encourage, sponsor, and promote work of a contemporary, experimental nature, applicants must demonstrate that their artistic practice falls within this context. Created in 1993, Emergency Grants provides prompt funding for innovative visual and performing artists who:
- Have unanticipated, sudden opportunities to present their work to the public when there is insufficient time to seek other sources of funding
- Incur unexpected or unbudgeted expenses for projects close to completion with committed exhibition or performance dates
Emergency Grants is the only active, multi-disciplinary program that offers immediate assistance of this kind to artists living and working anywhere in the United States or U.S. territories, for projects occurring in the U.S. and abroad. Grants range in amount from $200 to $2,500.