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CORD+SDHS Joint Annual Conference
Transmissions and Traces: Rendering Dance
October 19-22, 2017
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

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The conference programming committee invites proposals for papers, panels, roundtable discussions, lecture-demonstrations, movement workshops, dance works, and screendances that address the question of how dance is transmitted across time, locations, contexts, and media, and the implications of this transmission in and outside the dance field. We invite proposals that engage the following questions and topics:

How is dance transmitted? By what corporeal and incorporeal means does it extend its reach? In what ways do dance forms and practices travel, and what residues do they leave behind, marking the event of their passing? How and why might some dance forms resist working in more common modes of transmission, desiring to reach some audiences and not others? When is this a practice of resistance and when might it be a practice of maintaining hierarchies? What is transmitted through dance—what histories, legacies, cultural values, theories of the body, etc.? How does dance materialize and re-materialize in different contexts? How does pedagogy evolve? What is the role of legacy? What are the stakes of different forms of transmission, and who benefits from these different forms of circulation?

With this conference, we seek to address where dance scholarship sits in the broader arena of dance transmission, with considerations of how dance might be tracked, or how it might be untraceable. We wish to explore common assumptions about the vestiges of dance, and less expected or less known ways that its traces manifest. We are further interested in how dance transmission interacts with educational and presentational practices, with efforts to document dance permeating the current legibility of dance as a cultural phenomenon. We look forward to submissions that evaluate the range of transmission processes, from one-on-one oral traditions to viral electronic circulations, and that weigh notions of intellectual property, material and immaterial culture, authorship, and spectatorship in the project of tracing dance transmissions.

Topics might include:
-Digital and social media in dance’s transmissions
-Encountering dance through its artifacts
-Representing dance in media other than the body: writing, photography, painting, etc.
-Grappling with silences or lacunae in the historical record
-Dancing identities as transmission shapes discourses of race, gender, sexuality, and class
-Globalization and locality
-Modern and pre-modern histories
-Notation and annotation
-Scores and scoring
-Embodiment and the politics of embodiment
-Teaching and learning
-Dance in the museum
-Patterns, traces, and choreography beyond dance
-Cultural and intellectual property and strategies of containment
-Role of time in transmission (simultaneity, repetition, reconstruction)
-Role of space in transmission (architecture/design; public/private; affect and aurality)
-Economies of movement
-Cognitive studies
-Nationalism and transnationalism

Although priority will be given to proposals that relate to the conference theme, we welcome proposals that address the full spectrum of dance studies and practice. We highly encourage fully formed panel and performance submissions.

Deadline for Submissions: February 15, 2017

Abstracts consist of 250 words plus 3 keywords; panels include additional 150-word rationale.

More information and submission form will be available in December at

Debut Panel Submissions

Graduate students and early career scholars who have not previously presented at CORD+SDHS have the option to apply for a Debut Panel that includes mentorship from a senior scholar. The scholar will mentor Debut Panel participants by reading papers in advance, providing feedback, and moderating the panel at the conference.

Panelists have fifteen minutes to present their papers (submission should be approximately seven pages, or 1500–1750 words, double spaced). There will be a maximum of four panelists per Debut Panel.

Interested applicants should indicate that they are applying for a Debut Panel on their conference proposal submission by February 15. Applicants will receive general conference acceptance notices in May. If applicants are accepted to the general conference, they must submit their full conference paper for Debut Panel consideration by June 15. They will be notified if they are selected for a Debut Panel by August 1. Debut Panel Mentor Faculty will contact panelists by September 1 to coordinate feedback.

Applicants who are accepted for the conference but not chosen for a Debut Panel are still invited to present their research at the conference.

For more information about the Congress on Research in Dance:

For more information about Society of Dance History Scholars:

2017 Program Committee: Hannah Kosstrin, The Ohio State University, chair; Angela Ahlgren, Bowling Green State University; Clare Croft, University of Michigan; Kate Elswit, University of Bristol; Lena Hammergren, Stockholm University of the Arts; Ana Paula Höfling, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Petri Hoppu, University of Tampere; Jasmine Johnson, Brandeis University; Raquel Monroe, Columbia College Chicago; Jose Reynoso, University of California–Riverside; Andee Scott, University of South Florida; MJ Thompson, Concordia University.


The Department of Dance at The Ohio State University seeks a dance professional who is actively engaged in a combination of physical practice, creative activity, and theoretical inquiry. We welcome an artist/teacher working in Africanist traditions who brings 21st century approaches and interdisciplinary perspectives. We value an individual who will continue their relationships with the professional field nationally and internationally, as well as with the local community. We expect additional contributions in core choreography courses and other areas, creating an effective webbing of movement practice, theory, and creative activity, and advancing the department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Full job description attached


Dublin Dance Centre is seeking a highly skilled dance instructor to teach two classes, with potential for more classes in the future.  Interested candidates should have the ability to teach an Advanced Tap class and an Open Level Contemporary class to students aged 12-18.  The classes are held on Thursday nights from 7:30-9:30.
About Dublin Dance Centre:
Dublin Dance Centre & Gymnastics is a family owned, non-competitive dance studio celebrating its 32nd year.  We are proud to offer comprehensive technique classes from the toddler to pre-professional levels in the following art forms: modern, contemporary, jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, break dance, Irish, and gymnastics. With 10 studios and 30+ staff members, we offer over 300 classes a week.  Many of our alumni achieve successful academic and professional careers in dance.  We are always seeking out the finest teachers in the city.  To learn more about our teachers and classes, visit our website a

Please send your resumè to Renie Viola at

MamLuft&Co. Dance

MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks a Dance Instructor for 2016-2017 After School Programs.
MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks a qualified, motivated, experienced dance instructor for our 2016-2017 afterschool programs beginning as soon as possible. Applicant must be able to teach Modern Dance and Ballet to children ranging from 3 to 12 years of age (jazz and tap are pluses but may not be required at this time). Instructor will be working remotely in a school or community center in the Cincinnati area. Additionally, instructor must have reliable transportation. Must pass local, state, and federal background check at own expense, and obtain the Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) Security Badge (required of anyone entering CPS buildings on a regular basis.)
How to Apply:

  • Send resume of experience and dance training, and cover letter (addressing above requirements), to Abby Carlozzo at No phone calls, please.
  • Apply ASAP

Job Description Attached
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Dancing Wheels Company & School: Department of Education and Outreach

Dancing Wheels Company & School: Department of Education and Outreach
Job Title: Teaching Artist, Dance
Department: Education and Outreach
Direct Supervisor: Manager of Education and Outreach
Position Summary: Seeking qualified dance teaching artists to join the Department of Education and Outreach at the School of Dancing Wheels, on an as-needed contracted basis to join our team of active and substitute teachers.
To Apply: Please send cover letterresume2 references, and weekly availability to, Please include “last name_TA_application” in the subject line of your email.
No phone calls, please. Dancing Wheels Company & School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in all areas of the organization’s work.
Full Job Description Attached

BalletMet Academy Director

Reports to: Artistic Director and Executive Director
Job Category: Full-time, Exempt, Salaried, 40 hours plus/ week
Supervises: Academy Manager and Academy staff, teachers and accompanists
BalletMet Vision: To be recognized as an innovator of dance, embraced by our community and beyond.

Mission: BalletMet will celebrate dance by engaging the community through quality performances, instruction, education programs and creation of new work.

To apply: Send resume to by May 31

Job Roles & Responsibilities:

The Academy Director is responsible for the administration of BalletMet’s dance Academy including the growth and expansion of programs which currently offer dance classes to student’s ages 3 to 93 by effectively managing the following activities:


• In collaboration with the Artistic Director and Executive Director, ensure the financial stability of the Academy by developing and implementing successful strategies to sustainably grow the Academy both fiscally and artistically
• Develop and achieve annual balanced budgets for the Academy that implement strategic and artistic goals
• Manage business activities for the Academy
• Along with the Board of Trustees, Artistic Director and Executive Director, create, develop, and nurture the culture of BalletMet
• Assist with marketing and promotional efforts, including printed and electronic materials
• Participate in Patron Management process

Management of BalletMet Academy Faculty

• Recruit, hire and mentor faculty for the Academy
• Assign faculty and communicate their schedules
• Set regular meetings with faculty to include updated information on the Company and Academy, procedures, planning issues and work with training concepts and curriculum.
• Arrange consistent visits to Academy classes for the purpose of monitoring overall class progress, syllabus implementation and teacher effectiveness. Schedule conferences with teachers to discuss their performance.

Oversee Dance Academy curriculum, artistic programs, offerings, and scholarships

• Manage creation of academic year class schedule in consultation with the Artistic Director and in cooperation with the Academy Manager
• In consultation with Artistic Director, evaluate the effectiveness of all curriculum material; adjust and refine curriculum according to the overall progress of students; and update written materials as changes are made and disseminate to faculty
• Set evaluation standards and process
• Assure timely delivery of all evaluations
• Assist in oversight of BalletMet2 Student Dancers
• Plan and supervise Summer Intensive and oversee audition process
• Determine appropriate programming, oversee the selection of choreography and supervise  all student performances including Performance Ensemble and the end of year Academy performances
• Help coordinate students, rehearsal times and schedules when Academy students are used in BalletMet productions or other performance opportunities
• Teach in the Academy

Maintain good communications and relations with Academy stakeholders

• Be available to counsel Academy students and parents as necessary
• Assist graduating students with career counseling, resumes, audition processes, company suggestions and college selection
• Have oversight of the scholarship and financial assistance programs
• Help coordinate students from the Academy for educational programs in cooperation with the Director of Education
• Oversee the Trainee program in association with the Artistic Director
• Exercise authority consistent with the vision, mission and core principles statements of BalletMet
• Attend and participate in Executive Committee and Board of Trustees meetings
• Work cooperatively with Academy Parents Association


• Team leader and team player
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Professional dance experience
• Knowledge of academy operations including budgeting
• Ability to choreograph and teach ballet
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously

Artistic Director Needed: Ballet Western Reserve

Artistic Director Needed: Ballet Western Reserve, Youngstown’s premiere dance school is in need of a full or part time Artistic Director. The Artistic Director is responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing the artistic vision and focus of the organization in collaboration with the board of trustees, faculty and administrative staff. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in ballet, act as a spokesperson for the organization’s artistic purpose via speaking engagements, public and social appearances, and at fundraising events and donor solicitation events. They must be committed to BWR’s mission, have proven leadership and executive skills. Must be able to teach when needed and produce at least two major performances per year. email –
Address: 218 W. Boardman St. P.O. Box 1684
Youngstown, OH  44501

Columbus City Ballet School

Columbus City Ballet School is seeking a professionally experienced modern teacher for the 2016-2017 school year.  Graham and Paul Taylor based style/technique preferred.

Columbus City Ballet School is seeking a high profile and experienced professional ballet teacher to teach Pre-professional level classes, Vaganova based teaching preferred.

Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Westerville

Do you have a degree in Dance or Theatre? Or have a passion to
teach Dance?
Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Westerville is currently seeking
enthusiastic and ambitious individuals who have an interest
in becoming certified dance instructors. If you have a background
in dance, theatre or are just passionate about people
and are looking for a rewarding career path with unlimited financial
opportunity then we want to hear from you.
Please contact Amy Jordan at (614) 890-9790 or email inquiries
to including your resume and a head shot.

Dance teachers and accompanists

Dance teachers and accompanists
Dance teachers and accompanists are invited by Momentum, an in-school program of dance education for Central Ohio elementary-aged boys and girls presented, to attend Momentum classes to observe and discuss employment opportunities.  Please check us out online at and then contact Janine Lawson, Managing Artistic Director, at for more information.

Opening Night!

Opening Night! Find out about the “Other” dance career.  Central Ohio’s premiere dance retailer is currently looking for 2 full-time and 2 part-time employees at their stores in Dublin and Gahanna. 
Dance and/or some retail background is very helpful. Friendly, outgoing personality and strong work ethic are a must.  Pay commensurate with experience and availability. Benefits include great employee discount, health insurance* and 401K plan for full-time employees.  Great work environment with flexible hours.  Must be available week days and weekends.  Serious inquiries only.  Please contact Margi at Opening Night Dublin or Gahanna to fill out an application.  

Dublin Store 6371 Sawmill Rd, Dublin, OH  (614) 764-0033 or Gahanna Store 163 Granville St, Gahanna, OH (614) 337-9733 

Medina Centre for Dance Art

Medina Centre for Dance Art
Classical Ballet Instructors Wanted   &   Tap and Jazz Instructors Wanted
Well established dance school in Medina, Ohio is seeking to hire for a few positions.

Classical Ballet Teachers
Monday and/or Thursdays evenings.   Must be available from August 31- June 9th
Personable, good with kids, enjoy teaching. Some choreography and performance work/ participation is required.

Tap and Jazz Instructor
Wednesday and possible Monday or Thursday. .   Must be available from August 31- June 9th.   Personable, good with kids, enjoy teaching. Some choreography and performance work/ participation is required.

Send resumes to
Medina Centre for Dance Art
129 North Court Street
Medina, Ohio 44256

Out of State Positions

Dance Instructors, Local Motion Project, Alexandria, VA

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Dance Instructors for Studio Classes and After School Programs

Local Motion Project, located in Alexandria, VA, is looking to build
our teaching staff for studio classes and after school clubs for the
2016-17 school year.

Our Dance Education Philosophy:
At Local Motion Project, our goal is to give every child a fun and
supportive place to move, dance, and explore. The curriculum is
designed to stimulate both a child’s mental and physical development.
Encouraging individual creativity, teaching proper alignment and
technique, and placing importance on collaboration are all important
building blocks to our well thought-out and fun movement program.

Our approach to dance technique stems from the belief that everyone
can dance, and that creating in every class is a major component to
developing the “whole dancer”. We offer a supportive and professional
environment that encourages the recreational and aspiring professional

Applicants must have experience performing and teaching one or more of
the following dance styles – modern, ballet, hip-hop, and jazz. Strong
classroom management skills are a must. Applicants should have the
ability to include fun and creativity in classes while teaching
technique and etiquette.

Submit cover letter and resume to

Dance Integration Teaching Artist, Local Motion Project, Alexandria, VA

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Dance Integration Teaching Artist

Local Motion Project, located in Alexandria, VA is looking for dance
instructors to join our dance integration team. Teaching Artist will
plan and implement 30-minute dance lessons based on social studies,
science, and additional subjects for elementary students. Training
will be provided.

Applicants should have at least one year experience teaching dance and
excellent classroom management skills. Additional experience working
with elementary age children is preferred.

Submit cover letter and resume to

Director of Education, Louisville Ballet, Louisville, KY

Director of Education
Position: Director of Education
Department: Education
Reports to: Louisville Ballet Artistic & Executive Director
Status: Salaried, Exempt
The Director of Education is responsible for overseeing the operations of The Louisville Ballet School and Louisville Ballet Outreach Programs ensuring excellence and relevance in the organization’s dance education efforts. Working closely with the Artistic & Executive Director, Board of Trustees and Louisville Ballet Leadership Team, the Director of Education will shape the business of the education programs, create sustainability and drive strategic goals.
• With the Artistic & Executive Director, implement the Strategic Plan for The Louisville Ballet School to create a world-class dance training institution that delivers vocational, recreational and early education programming, in alignment with the Strategic Plan for Louisville Ballet.
• As a member of the Louisville Ballet Leadership Team, ensure that dance education and outreach are represented in all operations and activities of Louisville Ballet.
• Establish and/or maintain relationships with Louisville, Kentucky, and national education institutions for the benefit of The Louisville Ballet School.
• Work closely with Louisville Ballet’s Director of Development to establish a committed and generous philanthropic support base for The Louisville Ballet School through a comprehensive development plan.
• Work with the Registrar to manage and track all budgets relating to The Louisville Ballet School and Outreach Programs.
• Work with the School Administrator to oversee all school calendars and schedules to maximize operations and synchronize with Louisville Ballet calendars.
• Manage all marketing activities for The Louisville Ballet School to promote the school and to communicate with stakeholders effectively and efficiently.
• Work with Program Managers, individually and as a group, to ensure best practice teaching and the highest standard of care and security for students.
• With the Artistic & Executive Director, report to the Education Committee of the Louisville Ballet Board to ensure adequate and appropriate governance, and work to mobilize the resources of this committee for the long-term benefit of The Louisville Ballet School.
Must possess impeccable communication skills, be highly detail oriented, self-motivated and a strategic thinker. This position requires significant team building and maintenance skills and abilities across a wide variety of jobs. This position requires significant attention to the needs of families as related to the well-being of their children in a challenging physical activity. This position requires a high-degree of responsibility and productivity, successfully juggling multiple projects in a fast-paced environment. The Director of Education is expected to work occasional late and weekend hours.
The Director of Education must possess:
• Minimum Bachelors Degree in Dance Education, Education and/or Education Administration.
• Minimum 5 years experience in leadership of a dance education institution.
• Familiarity and/or existing relationship with RDA/SERBA would be a plus.
• Education/experience in counseling and family communications would be a plus.
Range of benefits includes:
Medical, dental, vision, life, accident, critical illness insurance, 403(b) or HSA plan, PTO
Applicants to this position should email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to:
No phone calls, please.
Louisville Ballet and The Louisville Ballet School are committed to recruiting and fostering a diverse community of staff, dancers, students and trainees. Individuals from traditionally under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

Assistant Professor of Dance, Tenure-Track, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO

Assistant Professor – Dance (Non-Western, Urban) (Tenure Track)
Department of Theatre and Dance
Full Time

Primary Responsibilities:
The Department of Theatre and Dance invites applications for a full-time, tenure track assistant professor of dance beginning Fall 2017. The candidate will join an energetic 16-person theatre and dance faculty and staff, teaching the equivalent of 12-credit hours per semester in the areas of non-western dance technique (African, Afro-Cuban, Caribbean, Indian, or Polynesian) and urban dance styles (hip-hop, breakdancing, etc.), additional technique courses based on areas of expertise and departmental needs (ballet, modern or jazz), and dance theory courses: Performance and Perspectives on World Dance, Dance Technology, Dance History, Aesthetics of Movement, and Dance Appreciation. The candidate will also choreograph at a professional level for all main stage dance concerts, mentor both BFA and BA dance student choreographers, assist in department recruitment activities, as well as advise dance majors and serve on department and university committees as assigned, while continuing outside professional endeavors.

The program maintains approximately 170 BFA and BA majors and operates in the world-class River Campus as part of the prestigious Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts. The university is NAST-accredited and is middle stages of seeking accreditation from NASD.

Required Qualifications:
• MFA or Ph.D. in Dance (Degree must be from a regionally accredited or internationally accredited/government certified university)
• Experience teaching in a college or university program as a graduate assistant, instructor, assistant professor or above
• Proven record of successful teaching in non-Western dance techniques (e.g., African, Afro-Cuban, Caribbean, Indian, Polynesian)
• Proven record of successful teaching urban dance styles (e.g., urban, breakdancing)
• Evidence of ability to teach jazz, modern, or ballet
• Evidence of ability to teach dance theory courses (e.g., Performance and Perspectives on World Dance, Dance Technology, Dance History, Aesthetics of Movement, Dance Appreciation)
• Proven record of significant professional experience as a choreographer
• Evidence of excellent written and oral communication skills
• Demonstrated desire to recruit and retain dance majors
• Demonstrated ability to organize and manage university and outside professional committees
• Demonstrated commitment to collegiality when interacting with others within the University community
• Demonstrated commitment to a diverse work environment, including working with multi-cultural populations and an understanding of, and sensitivity to, issues affecting women and minorities

As a public regional university (with a graduate mission), Southeast seeks candidates with a commitment to excellent undergraduate (and graduate) education and student success within the framework of the teacher-scholar model. Applications of instructional technology and pedagogical research are supported through the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning and the Office of Online Learning. Successful candidates will contribute to the development of innovative curricula and delivery strategies, including traditional, blended and online formats, and participate in initiatives promoting student success, retention and degree completion.

Required Information & Deadline:
Application Deadline: This position is available August 1, 2017 and will remain open until filled. To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by September 30, 2016.

To Apply:
Go to

Submit the following items online by clicking on the APPLY button at the top of the page

• Letter of interest addressing position qualifications
• Current curriculum vitae
• Unofficial copies of transcripts (official transcripts are required when offer of employment is accepted)
• Online link to personal or other websites demonstrating quality work as a choreographer and dancer
• Names, telephone numbers, addresses, and e-mail addresses of three professional references

Additional Information:
University Facts: Southeast Missouri State University is a comprehensive regional state university with seven colleges and schools, 11,500 students, and a faculty and staff of over 1,100. Southeast, a moderately selective institution, offers baccalaureate, masters and specialist degrees, and participates in joint doctoral programs with the University of Missouri. Cape Girardeau, a historic city overlooking the Mississippi River, is the hub of a thriving county with a population of approximately 71,000. Serving a region of more than 500,000 people, it is the largest center for retail, medical, manufacturing, communications, and cultural activities between St. Louis and Memphis.

Ballet Accompanist (pianist), Dance West Virginia Fall Festival, Weston, WV

Dance WV ( is looking for a ballet accompanist (pianist) to play for ballet classes at the annual Dance West Virginia Fall Festival Oct 21-23rd 2016. The festival is held at the Jackson’s Mill WVU Extension 4H grounds near Weston WV. Accompanist would need to be on site from 4pm Friday October 21st to 3pm Sunday October 23rd.

Travel, room and board are paid. Accompanists will play for between 8 and 10 classes over the course of the festival and will be paid per class based on experience. Training is available for the right person but experienced ballet accompanist preferred.

To apply or ask questions contact Heather Looney, Dance WV Director of Events at Applications should include a letter of interest and resume. Application deadline is Aug 15, 2016


Internships at Jacob’s Pillow

  • Gain hands-on experience at an international arts organization
  • Work side-by-side with professional staff
  • Design the focus and length of your internship
  • Work in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts

Internships available in:

  • Archives/Preservation
  • Artist Services/Operations
  • Business
  • Development
  • Education
  • General Management
  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing
  • Press

For information, application forms, and application instructions please visit

Questions? Contact us:
The Intern Program is part of The School at Jacob’s Pillow.


Seeks Intern
MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks interns for the upcoming season. Experience preferred in marketing and/or graphic and web design, and/or person(s) with strong writing skills. MamLuft&Co. Dance operates in Cincinnati, Ohio.

For more information on the company, visit
To express interest in an internship, please email (no phone calls, please) with:
1 – cover letter,
2 – resume,
3 – writing sample (preferably about dance),
4 – contact information,
5 – whether or not applicant will have a vehicle, and,
6 – where applicant will be living.

MamLuft&Co. Dance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, organized for the purposes of creating, advocating for, and educating through modern dance that is both palpable and progressive.

National Dance Education Organization Internship Program

Please go to the website for full application details

Application Dates: The application process is highly competitive. Prospective interns are encouraged to submit their applications six months before the projected start date. Submission dates are January 15th for summer internships, April 15th for fall internships, and August 15th for winter internships.

For more information, call the office at 301-585-2880.

  • National Dance Education Organization
  • NDEO
  • 8609 2nd Avenue
  • Suite 203-B
  • Silver Spring, MD 20910
  • 301-585-2880 (ph)
  • 301-585-2888 (fax)

Ohio Dance Theatre

seeks Intern candidates for professional dance company. Candidates interested in learning about Arts Administration will get a broad overview of the company through work involving various special projects and events. Areas of concentration: Development and sponsorships, and Marketing, specifically PR and social media networking. Internship is June to August.  Beginning / End dates will be mutually agreed upon on an individual basis. A commitment of 15-20 hours a week for 10 – 12 weeks is required. All internships offer a small stipend. If interested please contact ODT at 440-774-6077.


An intern is needed to assist with several aspects involved with Ohio Dance.

Depending on intern’s interest, responsibilities could include:

  • Assisting with administrative, research, grant writing, mailings, development, and membership needs, arts advocacy
  • Event planning
  • Designing and writing content for quarterly newsletter, annual directory, festival brochures, festival program, press releases, articles in newspaper or magazines, signs.

Desired qualifications:

– Knowledge of Microsoft word and Excel, photoshop, InDesign

– Able to commit to 6-12 hours per week for a six month period is desired.

This is an unpaid position. There is no specific deadline to apply for this position, applications will be considered on a first-come basis.

The US Library of Congress

The US Library of Congress seeks applicants for its Junior Fellows Summer Program — a 10-week paid fellowship for undergraduate and graduate students. Deadline is January 27, 2017

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