Date Close: Friday, October 03, 2014
Employment Type: Full Time
Start Date: Monday, October 13, 2014
Corp Name: Greencastle Community Sch Corp
School: Deer Meadow Primary Sch
Level: Elementary / Intermediate
Art Teacher at Ridpath and Deer Meadow Primary Schools
Loyola Marymount University is seeking a part-time regular Studio Coordinator. This is a 9 month assignment. The position will oversee and manage the Drawing Studio Area, consisting on average of 135 students in the Fall Semester and 150 students in the Spring Semester. The position will support 2 full-time faculty, 1 artist-in-residence, and at least 2 part-time faculty.
Additional responsibilities include: provide day-to-day general and clerical support to the drawing studio; perform general bookkeeping duties; update, compile, and post drawing studio and model policies; update and maintain list of models, and design, create and distribute posters announcing events, etc.
Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.
We seek candidates that typically possess a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts or equivalent experience. Incumbent will be expected to continue upgrading knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to keep abreast of regulation/policy changes. Minimum 3 years’ experience in an art studio. We also seek candidates that have demonstrated knowledge in the areas of: student development, career development theory/experimental education, public speaking, program implementation including promotion and publicity. The ability to work effectively and cooperatively with administrators, faculty, staff, students and vendors is a must. We also require candidates to have exemplary communication skills, organizational and collaborative skills, as well as demonstrated computer competency and preferably knowledgeable of Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Photoshop, PowerPoint) and web-enabled systems.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary. Interested candidates must apply by submitting an application and resume to http://jobs.lmu.edu (position number #0140126).
[Posted September 17, 2014]
Drawing Studio Manager
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Part-Time Hours Per Week: 20
Days of Week: Varies
Summary of Essential Job Duties:
This position will oversee and manage the Drawing Studio Area, consisting on average of 135 students in the Fall Semester and 150 students in the Spring Semester.
The position will support 2 Full-time Faculty, 1 Artist-in-Residence and at least 2 Part-time Faculty.
Provide day to day general administrative and clerical support to the drawing studio. Including answering incoming calls, welcome visitors, and provide information about the department and programs. Distribute mail, compose or produce a variety of business correspondence (confidential and non-confidential), meeting minutes, reports or related materials, photocopying, faxing, filing, copying and mailing.
Perform general bookkeeping duties. Complete forms for reimbursements, process and route documents for signature, and estimate costs per semester for drawing studio kits or supplies.
General Studio Tasks (20%)
Coordinate with faculty to supervise student work-study tasks and studio maintenance
Update, compile and post drawing studio and model policies
Organize and maintain still life objects
Inventory studio equipment
Research and Order equipment as needed
Assist in upkeep of equipment and minor repairs
Maintain pedestals and exhibition supplies
Assist students with class exhibitions and special projects
Photograph student work
Inventory and order general studio supplies as needed
Research and order supplies for student drawing kit-each student receives custom kit
Assemble drawing kits (100+ kits per semester)
Clean and maintain studio overall
Repaint white studio walls after each semester concludes
Coordinate maintenance and repair issues with Bill Vaughan and Facilities Management
Work with Information Technology Services to address media issues in office/classroom
Figure Models (45%)
Update and maintain list of models
Coordinate class dates and calendar with professors (for multiple courses)
Book models for multiple classes according to professors’ preferences and model availability
Confirm each model one-week prior to booking
Contact models when late, and if needed, book a replacement model for a no-show
Book replacement models for cancellations
Be on-call for models to schedule, change and cancel bookings
Review, submit and keep track of requisition forms for model payment
Coordinate with budget department to resolve any model payment issues
Drawing Events/Workshops (10%)
Design, create and distribute posters announcing events
Obtain appropriate departmental approval for events
Coordinate with Public Safety and Events Scheduling
Manage parking issues and other on-campus issues for models and guests
Assist Guest Artists upon arrival (average of 4 guests per semester)
Arrange for special guests for Freshman in the Fall Semester
Assist in setup and cleanup of workshops and events
Arrange for figure model for Open House events
Schedule guest and obtain materials and supplies for Drawing Circus
Arrange for the all-studio Spring Getty visit
Obtain necessary department approval to bring animals on campus
Schedule and coordinate with animal owners
Assistance in the administrative tasks listed below for all drawing courses as well as Special Studies drawing courses as follows: Fall Semester: ART 153 Drawing I, ART 300 Figure Drawing Workshop, ART 310 Drawing Workshop, ART 454 Drawing IV (Figure) Spring Semester: ART 153 Drawing I, ART 154 Drawing II Figure Drawing, ART 453 Drawing III Formal Issues, ART 300 Figure Drawing Workshop, ART 310 Drawing Workshop, ART 375 Figure Sculpture, ART 398/498 SS: Animal Drawing or other special study drawing courses.
Minimum 3 years’ experience in an art studio.
Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of: student development, career development theory/experiential education, public speaking, program implementation including promotion and publicity.
Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with administrators, faculty, staff, students and vendors, and demonstrated sensitivity to and respect for working with a diverse population. Ability to help others learn art skills.
Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral) evidenced by background in preparing statistical reports and making presentations to a wide variety of audiences.
Effective organizational and collaborative skills.
Demonstrated computer competency and preferably knowledgeable of Microsoft Office suite (excel, Photoshop, PowerPoint) and web-enabled systems.
Typically a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts or equivalent experience. Incumbent will be expected to continue upgrading knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to keep abreast of regulation/policy changes.
The 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. Constantly required to sit, feel, use finger movement, speak clearly, hear conversation, and see near and far. Frequently required to stand and walk. Occasionally required to lift, carry and push up to 50 Ibs., stoop, kneel, reach high and low, use depth perception. Requires ability to stand for long periods of time.
Chair, Department of Art
Georgia Regents University
Deadline: Nov. 30, 2014
Type: Tenured, tenure track
Georgia Regents University seeks an outstanding chairperson to guide the Department of Art in its transition to a level of artistic and academic excellence appropriate to the university's new research-level ranking. This is an exciting time of growth and change at the newly merged university and an opportunity for the right candidate to build the department to a national presence.
The Department of Arts highly committed and dedicated faculty seek an artist or art historian with exceptional administrative skills to chair this dynamic department. The new chair will work with art faculty and all constituents to create a shared vision for excellence and growth for the department within the university and the wider community. He or she must be able to translate that vision into an articulated mission and long- and short-term action plans. Successful candidates will be skilled at planning, effective communication and delegation, and creating an atmosphere of collegiality, accountability, and collaboration.
The successful candidate will be a strong advocate for the arts and for the department and will ensure support for the facultys creative production. S/he will be committed to well-crafted undergraduate and graduate art curricula appropriate to strong engagement with tradition as well as contemporary art and art historical practices.
The Department of Art currently offers undergraduate degrees in studio art (BFA/BA) with emphases in drawing/painting, ceramics/sculpture, photography/printmaking and has potential to expand into graduate and further undergraduate offerings. Art history is an integral part of the art degree tracks. The department is dedicated to a standard of excellence in studio practice and is NASAD accredited. The department also participates in the team-teaching of GRUs award-winning Humanities Program. The department has long had close and active, collaborative ties to the cultural life of the community through venues such as the Mary S. Byrd Gallery and its visiting artist programs.
This is a full-time (12-month contract), tenure track, primarily administrative faculty position reporting to the Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences with duties to begin July 1, 2015. The candidate should hold an earned MFA or PhD or equivalent with an established record of administrative experience and artistic practice or publication and should be eligible for appointment as an associate or full professor. Competitive salary, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Submit a cover letter describing qualifications and experience, curriculum vitae, statement of leadership philosophy, and 20 digital images of work as a website URL or on a CD (PowerPoint including titles, dates, media, and dimensions of work or pdf preferred), as well as names, addresses and phone numbers of five references. Candidates from the Art History discipline should include a writing sample in place of digital images.
Inquiries, nominations and application materials will be received by the Assistant Director for Executive Search on behalf of the search committee chair, Ms. Kristin Casaletto:
c/o Carolyn H. Burns, PHR,
Assistant Director for Executive Search
Georgia Regents University & Health System
Review of applications will begin Dec. 1, 2014, and continue until position is filled. For optimal consideration, please apply by Nov. 30, 2014.
Princeton University invites applications for the position of Director of the Index of Christian Art. The Director oversees all academic and administrative aspects of the Index and works collaboratively with a staff of scholars and professionals (currently, eight). He or she must take an active role in the development and implementation of an improved online database as well as increasing the number of its subscribers, while presiding over the ongoing process of digitizing the original Index files and supplementing them with new research. Responsibilities include the development and supervision of a variety of scholarly projects long associated with the Index, notably publications, conferences, and symposia (as well as the fundraising that such projects require); collaboration with both the Department of Art and Archaeology and the Program in Medieval Studies in such endeavors is assumed.
Candidates must hold a PhD in Medieval Art History or an advanced degree in a related field and have a record of relevant publications and professional experience. They must demonstrate experience with database management and the administration of the budget and finances for an academic unit, scholarly organization, or other non-profit organization. They must also be capable of building and maintaining effective relationships with academic programs and administrative offices at Princeton and other institutions.
Applications must be submitted online at: http://www.princeton.edu/jobs, and must include a letter of application, CV, contact information for three referees, and a writing sample (of no more than 25 pages). For fullest consideration apply by October 15, 2014.
[Posted August 20, 2014]
Art Therapy Internship (Annual Position)
Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Download application - Lurie Children’s is the place where kids come first. Our care extends well beyond medical treatment and considers the needs for the whole child in the context of their family. For this reason, we provide a child focused, family-centered-care model. As an art therapy intern, you are part of a psychosocial team that plays an integral role in a child's healing process. You are directly supervised by a registered, board-certified art therapist through the hospital's Family Services Department.
How to Apply
All documents below should be mailed to the address on the application by March 1st.
Completed Medical Art Therapy Internship Application
Practicum certificate OR letter from your practicum supervisor
Non-refundable processing fee of $10, made payable to Lurie Children’s
3 letters of reference in sealed and signed envelopes
fter all applications and documents have been reviewed, selected candidates will be interviewed. Part of the interview process involves a portfolio review. Applicants who are not selected will receive written notification that Lurie Children’s will not be able to provide them with an internship. Please note that only one or two applicants are selected each year.
Applications will also be accepted for an art therapy internship available through our Heartlight Bereavement Program. This involves the use of car and some evening hours. Please note, there is not an art therapist to supervise this placement but there is an LCPC. Please contact Kristin James, LCPC, Heartlight Coordinator, for more information.
(Internships are both paid and unpaid. Typically the intern has a much better chance at a full time job.)
Graphic Design Intern
AwesomenessTV, Los Angeles, CA
Part Time Unpaid Internship
MCN Graphic Design Intern
AwesomenessTV, the leading YouTube channel for teens and the biggest celebs on YouTube is looking for an experienced graphic-design intern for our communications team. If you are an aspiring designer looking to flex your creative muscle in the media world and know Photoshop and Illustrator like it's nobody's business, we want you on our team! This is your chance to dream-up exciting graphic-design concepts for the internet-savvy millennial era and have your work be viewed by millions.
Some of the graphic design projects you will get to work on include:
Identity design and branding including: branding materials and branded merchandise
Social media content including: YouTube show assets, thumbnails, logos, lower thirds and end cards, YouTube skins, social media posts, banners and ads
Marketing materials including email newsletters, infographics, event invites, poster design and presentation decks
Available to intern 3 days a week, owns a laptop and reliable transportation
Currently enrolled in a graphic-design program at an accredited college
0-3 years of relevant work experience (school experience or relevant internships in lieu of work experience is acceptable)
Has completed 3 graphic design projects from start-to-end (please provide portfolio)
Must be a self-starter and able to meet deadlines with ease
Exceptionally creative and excited to pitch innovative design ideas weekly
Apply online at http://www.entertainmentcareers.net/
[Posted August 20, 2014]
CGI / FX / Animation / Video / VFX / FX Graphics
Lionsgate Playa Vista, CA
Full Time Job
TVGN (TV Guide Network - A CBS/Lionsgate Partnership) has an immediate opening for an Animator.
The candidate will be a key member of TVGN's animation team that is currently undergoing a complete rebrand.
The animator must be proficient in design operations within a TV network and communicate with strong typography.
Responsibilities will include:
• Animate for tent pole events and original campaigns that require unique executions within design systems.
• Support lead motion director with show opens and logo animation/packaging/design
• Create/animate daily services for the operation of a broadcast
• Create and manage show packages
• Must have knowledge of lower 3rds/snipes/bugs and on screen graphics
• promotional packaging and design
• Must be a strong conceptual thinker
• Able to thrive in a deadline driven environment
• Proficient in adobe creative suite including AE
• Must have strong design skills
• Must have promotional packaging and design experience
• Strong design and typographic skills
• Undergraduate degree in creative / animation
Finger Lakes Films Santa Monica, CA
Part Time Job
This is a one off job that could lead to other work on the same project. We are looking for a graphic designer to translate a text only business document into a 10-15 slide power point presentation, that will include public domain and licensed images. project leader is very experienced editor, with extensive experience in all media - a rough outline is already assembled. Compensation will be based on a day rate and you must be willing to meet and work out of our Santa Monica office space off 3rd st. We're flexible on your commute time in and out. This is for a feature film and and opportunity to utilize great images and reach many people.
Please include your current day rate and if flexible on compensation requirements.
Must be based in Los Angeles, have a passion for good story telling with previous agency, management or production experience.
The Indianapolis Art Center is recruiting male and female models for various drawing, painting, sculpture, and photography classes. The Indianapolis Art Center was founded in 1934 and welcomes over 250,000 visitors a year, making it one of the largest community based art facilities in the US. People of all ages and sizes are encouraged to apply. The work is performed under supervision of the class instructor during class hours, which may vary between 9:00 am and 10:00 pm. Models may request clothed, semi-nude, nude or all of the above and the Center will work with the model’s schedule for booking. Models are required to be clean, prompt and provide their own robe. Previous modeling experience, while not necessary, is appreciated.
Full Time Job
The Web Developer will work with WWE's Digital team and other stakeholders to handle the specification and development of Web applications and related digital projects.
• Work closely with Product, Project Management, and other Tech team members and developers to create and document technical specifications for new digital products
• Work with UX / graphic design team members to create and implement innovative and unique user experiences
• Work closely with QA and Web Operations team members to ensure product quality and scalability
• Incorporate core business objectives in both short- and long-term development road maps for new products across a variety of platforms and devices
• Review and recommend emerging technologies as appropriate to support ongoing and future development efforts and maintain the team’s ability to deliver cutting-edge products in a timely manner
• Communicate effectively with stakeholders, product and project managers, other developers, and support personnel throughout a product’s lifecycle
• 3 years of core web development experience in high-scale environments
• 2 years of application development experience
• 2 years of back-end development experience to support applications (PHP strongly preferred)
• Experience with multiple social networking SDKs and APIs including Twitter, Facebook, and Google
• Experience with REST services, service-driven development, and emerging technologies such as Web sockets
• Familiar with cloud services (Amazon EC2 preferred)
• Familiar with content management systems (Drupal preferred)
• Experience with mobile development for Android and iOS a plus
• Experience with HTML5, CSS3, and JQuery preferred
• Attention to detail and a commitment to product quality
• Strong communications skills and the ability to work effectively with both small and large teams over the course of a project
• BA/BS in related area of expertise or equivalent experience
• Unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
• Must be 18 years or older
Comprehensive benefits package includes holiday and paid vacations, 401K, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, 401K, a state-of-the-art on-site Fitness Center, free shuttle service to/from the Stamford train station, and much more!
Full Time Job
Animation Domination High-Def is currently seeking full-time, Flash-based Storyboard artists for their show ''Lucas Bros Moving Co.'' A working knowledge of Flash is strongly preferred, and pay is dependent on experience.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
The stand-up comedy of New York-based identical twins Kenny and Keith Lucas (The Lucas Brothers) gets animated in LUCAS BROS. MOVING CO. With the help of the people of Greenpoint, the twins run a moving company called Lucas Bros. Moving Co. Their customers are often apprehensive to hire such a scrawny duo, but the brothers like to remind them that that's why God made two of them. A day that begins simply by moving a bed down the street may lead to the threat of city-wide catastrophe resolved only with the help of a once-famous '90s wrestler.
Full Time Job
Wilhelmina Models is one of the most prominent talent management agencies in the world. Since its founding in 1967 by Dutch supermodel Wilhelmina Cooper, Wilhelmina Models has earned its prestigious standing as an industry leader by providing full-spectrum model management for women, men, full-figured, fitness, and children models, as well as entertainers and musicians.
Looking for a very motivated modeling agent assistant that is extremely reliable with a strong work ethic. The assistant is responsible for providing logistical and administrative support to the Men's division. The assistant will interface with clients and models, manage day to day office tasks and assist on a variety of projects.
Qualities you MUST have:
- Based in Los Angeles
-MUST have previous experience interning or working at an Agency
-Interest in fashion, and/or photography
-Excellent time management skills
-Know how to work under pressure and meet important deadlines
-Excellent computer and internet skills
-Excellent Microsoft Office skills
-Very friendly phone manner
-Willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done
-Knowledge of social media, understanding of how to use all social media networks.
Game Economy Designer
Mobile games dominator Gameloft, worldwide publisher of mobile and social games, is looking for a talented Game Economy Designer to start a new Studio in Seattle!
The Game Economic Designer requires a mix of strong economy and marketing knowledge with passion for analytical game design and the emerging free-to-play business model.
The Game Economy Designer is responsibility for how the game works as a service for its customers, how the customers behave in it, identify and develop the purchase drivers in the game economy context, and provide constant data-driven recommendation on design, tuning and pricing in order to improve the game’s financial performance.
You will design the virtual products a game will offer, define metrics that allow you to individually measure their impact in a given title, and work closely with the development team to see those design refined and metrics implemented.
Once the game is launched, you will analyze the collected data and reports which are the performing/underperforming aspects of the game’s economic model, understand why, and provide solutions to Gameloft management.
You are the person that understands what users are doing in a game, why and how a game is making money, and the person we ask what to change so it makes even more money.
Define the virtual products and their statistics with the development team, and understand how each of them contributes to the game dynamics.
Indentify the potential sale drivers for the different product categories in the game economy, defining the key points of exposure for those drivers.
Balance the needs for those virtual products, their relation, life cycle, and their streams of availability.
Manage pricing as to create specific price point roles, implement selling strategies for higher price points.
Regularly provide user feedback and stat/price point tuning to development team based on play-testing, both during game development and post-release.
Analyze the evolution of the metrics you defined to spot monetization bottlenecks and facilitators. Report suggestions for the game design or strategy accordingly.
Benefits @ Gameloft
Work with some of the most talented and passionate people in the industry in one of the world's best city
Challenging and rewarding work
We pay the entire premium for Medical Dental and vision for employees
Free breakfast almost every morning
Over 20+ paid time off each year. Increases to 25+ after 3 years
We recognize 10 federal holidays
Flexible core hours