College of Charleston Arts Management Program

College of Charleston Arts Management Program

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Come support and enjoy hearing some CofC alumni performing at Forte Jazz Lounge Feb 23rd, 7pm! An eclectic music vibe!
The Charleston Museum is seeking a mature person with sales background and excellent customer service skills who enjoys working with the public. Part-time position, some weekdays, every other weekend and some holidays required. Experience operating a point of sale system or similar technology preferred. Primary duties include sale of Museum tickets and gift shop merchandise, communicating effectively with Museum guests, and answering the telephone. Must be prompt and reliable. Mail resume to: The Charleston Museum, Attn: Chief of Museum Operations, 360 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29403 or email resume to: [email protected]
360 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29403-6235
*Please delete if not allowed* Port Living Co. is an established company on the coast of southern Maine & has recently opened a 2nd casting facility here in Charleston. We are in the process of hiring new staff to train for various positions including, but not limited to; mold makers, processing techs, designers, casting techs, shippers, & shop/project managers.
Port Living Company specializes in the design & production of architectural grade concrete wares for private label, retail & wholesale. This is a great opportunity to work at a growing company, in a fun atmosphere with a great team!
Pottery, ceramics, statuary & light carpentry experience are a plus, but not necessary as we are happy to train the right candidate.
To learn more about PLC or to inquire more about the positions available, please contact Jordan at: [email protected] with questions &/or resume to discuss further. Pay Rate Range: $14/hr.- $18/hr.
HI, Arts Management Majors! If anyone is looking for volunteer hours or an easy resume addition, come to our OPEN Arts Expo this Sunday at the Cistern! We need help setting up, pointing people in the right direction, etc...Just two or three hours of your time would be super helpful and we are excellent recommendation letter writers ;) Email [email protected] if you are interested. Thanks in advance!

Preparing students to advance a resilient creative sector The College's program is uniquely situated in an environment with an active arts community.

The College of Charleston is one of the few schools in the Southeast and the only school in South Carolina to offer undergraduate study with a major and a minor in Arts Management and Administration. This provides students numerous opportunities for internships, career networking, and participation in special projects.

01/13/2023

Student Ticket Opportunities at the Gaillard!

The Charleston Gaillard Center's Education & Community Program is pleased to offer student tickets at a discounted price for select performances in 2023.

The first opportunity is Complexions Contemporary Ballet on January 27th at 7:30 pm! Click the link to learn more and buy tickets:
https://gaillardcenter.org/events/complexions-contemporary-ballet/?dm_i=603D,J2X1,4PZAWF,23UBY,1

Please make sure to select Student/Teacher when purchasing tickets to receive your discount. Limited number of tickets per performance available. Limited to two tickets per person with valid student/teacher ID. Ticket purchasers must pick up their tickets at Will Call the night of the performance. Rush tickets are available two hours prior to show.

Complexions Contemporary Ballet - Charleston Gaillard Center 01/13/2023

Complexions Contemporary Ballet - Charleston Gaillard Center

Student Ticket Opportunities at the Gaillard!

The Charleston Gaillard Center's Education & Community Program is pleased to offer student tickets at a discounted price for select performances in 2023.

The first opportunity is Complexions Contemporary Ballet on January 27th at 7:30 pm! Click the link to learn more and buy tickets:
https://gaillardcenter.org/events/complexions-contemporary-ballet/?dm_i=603D,J2X1,4PZAWF,23UBY,1

Please make sure to select Student/Teacher when purchasing tickets to receive your discount. Limited number of tickets per performance available. Limited to two tickets per person with valid student/teacher ID. Ticket purchasers must pick up their tickets at Will Call the night of the performance. Rush tickets are available two hours prior to show.

Complexions Contemporary Ballet - Charleston Gaillard Center “This was simply one of the most exciting performances I’ve seen on the dance series, less a rock ballet than a rock concert…” - The Washington Post "Companies like Complexions are game-changing: they’re forging a path for what ballet can be instead of what it historically has been.” - T...

01/13/2023

The American Dance Festival is hiring for summer job opportunities!

Applications for ADF's paid internships and summer positions are now available. Gain hands-on experience in arts administration, production, and much more!

Arts administration internships include positions in departments like archives, development, finance, marketing, and performances.

Production interns work on the crew for all the performances of the ADF season. Responsibilities will vary from show to show, including stage management, wardrobe, sound, electrics, and carpentry.

Open seasonal positions include Festival Services Coordinator, School Operations Coordinator, Program and Administrative Coordinator, Dorm Counselor, Video Producer, and Editor, and Production Positions.

Applications close February 1! Link below to apply
https://americandancefestival.org/internships/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=summer_job_opportunities_deadline_coming_up&utm_term=2023-01-13

01/13/2023

The American Dance Festival is hiring for summer job opportunities!

Applications for ADF's paid internships and summer positions are now available. Gain hands-on experience in arts administration, production, and much more!

Arts administration internships include positions in departments like archives, development, finance, marketing, and performances.

Production interns work on the crew for all the performances of the ADF season. Responsibilities will vary from show to show, including stage management, wardrobe, sound, electrics, and carpentry.

Open seasonal positions include Festival Services Coordinator, School Operations Coordinator, Program and Administrative Coordinator, Dorm Counselor, Video Producer, and Editor, and Production Positions.

Applications close February 1! Link below to apply
https://americandancefestival.org/internships/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=summer_job_opportunities_deadline_coming_up&utm_term=2023-01-13

01/13/2023

Charleston Playhouse is offering FREE student tickets for its 2023 Broadway Cabaret Series at the College of Charleston‘s Chapel Theatre!
Each performance is an original Cabaret devised by each individual artist and performed live with an accompanist. On Friday, January 20th at 6:00pm, they will be presenting Broadway's Darilyn Castillo!

You can learn more about her at https://www.charlestonplayhouse.com/events.

As always, student tickets are FREE!! Follow the link below and enter the code CofCSTU in the top right corner "Enter Promo Code" box and that will take you to the page to claim your FREE tickets. From there you can just follow the checkout process and the tickets will land in your inbox.

https://cofc.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventList?groupCode=CPH&linkID=cofc-multi&shopperContext=&caller=&appCode=

Hope to see you there!

01/09/2023

Charleston Jazz is looking to hire a new Development Associate!

Charleston Jazz is a non-profit arts organization located in Charleston, SC seeking an energetic, music-loving individual who enjoys fundraising. This role is integral to their fundraising program to support our mission and programs, including the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, Charleston Jazz Festival, and Charleston Jazz Academy.

For more information and to apply, click the link below
https://jobs.togethersc.org/job/development-associate-charleston-south-carolina-6273

Jobs & Internships – Penland School of Craft 12/07/2022

Jobs & Internships – Penland School of Craft

Job Opportunities!!!

Penland School of Craft is currently hiring for multiple summer internship positions.

Expected Job Openings include:
Supply Store Assistant
Donor Stewardship Intern
Scholarship & Events Intern
Special Events Intern
2D Studio Intern
3D Studio Intern
Glass/Clay Intern
Kids Camp Intern

ARCM Alumna Hannah-Marie Wayne is currently employed at Penland School of Craft and has let us know that these incredible opportunities will be open to undergraduate students and will soon be posted on their website.

Jobs & Internships – Penland School of Craft Jobs & Internships Working at Penland Penland School of Craft offers a unique opportunity to live and work in a dynamic, creative educational community and work with accomplished professionals in a mutual learning and knowledge sharing environment. Employees at Penland enjoy competitive pay, engagin...

11/30/2022

Finals are approaching next week! Check out CSL’s Cougar Countdown calendar, a week full of events for students to take a break from their studies.

Photos from Association of Arts Administration Educators's post 11/23/2022

Photos from Association of Arts Administration Educators's post

Work With Us - American Dance Festival 11/23/2022

Work With Us - American Dance Festival

Multiple Job Opportunities!!!

Check out American Dance Festival for 2023 Summer Job Opportunities

Applications for ADF's paid internships and summer positions are now available. Gain hands-on experience in arts administration, production, and much more!

Arts administration internships include positions in departments like archives, development, finance, marketing, and performances.

Production interns work on the crew for all the performances of the ADF season. Responsibilities will vary from show to show, including stage management, wardrobe, sound, electrics, and carpentry.

Open seasonal positions include Festival Services Coordinator, School Operations Coordinator, Program and Administrative Coordinator, Dorm Counselor, Video Producer and Editor, and Production Positions.

All applications are due February 1st

Link to Internships
https://americandancefestival.org/internships/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=summer_job_opportunities&utm_term=2022-11-21

Link to Seasonal Jobs
https://americandancefestival.org/employment/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=summer_job_opportunities&utm_term=2022-11-21

Work With Us - American Dance Festival The American Dance Festival offers year-round and seasonal employment as well as internships and volunteer opportunities

Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival • November 10-13, 2022 11/09/2022

Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival • November 10-13, 2022

16th Annual Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival Kicks Off Nov. 10!!

The Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival, in partnership with the College of Charleston, is proud to announce the 16th edition of the annual celebration of contemporary Italian cinema and culture. The 2022 event is set for Nov. 10-13, 2022, at the Queen Street Playhouse, 20 Queen St., in downtown Charleston.

Visit https://today.cofc.edu/2022/11/02/nuovo-cinema-italiano-film-festival-2022/ to read more about this festival!

Buy tickets online at http://www.nuovocinemaitaliano.com/

Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival • November 10-13, 2022 The annual Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival features the most artistically significant films of contemporary Italian cinema.

Gaming Concentration Creates New Possibilities for Computing in the Arts Majors 11/03/2022

Gaming Concentration Creates New Possibilities for Computing in the Arts Majors

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Gaming Concentration Creates New Possibilities for Computing in the Arts Majors Take artistic creativity, add in computer algorithms and you get the computing in the arts (CITA) major. Jo Jackley, a current College of Charleston senior and CITA student, has a passion for both artistic expression and computing. She describes computing in the arts as “a computer science degree

Programs Manager 11/02/2022

Programs Manager

JOB OPPORTUNITY!!

Tennessee Tech University is currently looking for a new programs manager for their Craft Center Workshops Department.

The program manager position’s responsibilities include designing and overseeing our non-collegiate community-based craft education program, along with community events. A full position description can be found by clicking the link below. The pay range is $39,000 - $59,000 plus a comprehensive set of benefits including health and retirement.

More information in the link below.

Programs Manager The Programs Manager is responsible for developing, producing, evaluating, and marketing non-academic arts education programs and public events in coordination with the faculty and managerial staff, to achieve the mission of the Craft Center. The Programs Manager will collaborate with university sta...

10/19/2022

EXCITING EVENTS HAPPENING!!!

The first AfroSouth Film Festival is set to premiere November 4 – 6, 2022 in Charleston, South Carolina. This new film festival will focus on filmmakers, their creative spirit, and their unique source of inspiration. AfroSouth extends beyond the screenings to theaters with interactive panels, workshops, youth programs, and
networking opportunities. All tickets can be purchased at www.afrosouth.com.

10/19/2022

You don't want to miss this special event!

Get to meet The College Reads! author of this year's book, Clint Smith, at Sottile Theater on Oct. 24th at 7pm!

10/18/2022

Join us on the Harbor Walk West balcony TOMORROW for an ARTS MEET & GREET hosted by the College of Charleston Arts Management Program!


Wednesday, October 19
12:00 - 1:30pm
Harbor Walk West Balcony, Second Floor
360 Concord Street

Meet representatives from local arts organizations
Learn about student tickets, volunteering, and internships
Get a professional headshot for LinkedIn
Get to know Arts Management students, faculty, and alumni

Featured arts organizations include PURE Theatre, Sottile Theatre/George Street Box Office, Spoleto Festival USA, Charleston Gaillard Center, Redux, OHM Radio, and Charleston Symphony Orchestra!

Bingo, raffle, snacks, and more!

We hope to see you there!

10/17/2022

This Thursday at noon via Zoom we will be having (now technically) our first Lunch & Learn featuring Ebony Venson! 🎉 Ebony received her MPA degree from the College of Charleston and currently works as a Program Associate with Smart Growth America’s Thriving Communities team. She will be discussing Diversity Gaps within the Non-Profit Sector. Make sure to join in using the zoom link: https://cofc.zoom.us/j/96549124235?pwd=YWVsVkErUy96OEVxS3pKaG9JTFU2Zz09

10/17/2022

The College of Charleston Arts Management Program presents the second installment ARTM Exchange, featuring a conversation on the legacy of Charleston’s Jenkins family as foundational to jazz musicians and music with Tuffus Zimbabwe, pianist, composer, and educator, and Karen Chandler, Associate Professor Emerita, Arts Management, on Monday, October 17th at 5:30 p.m. at Harbor Walk West, 360 Concord Street, Room 213. Zimbabwe, currently the keyboardist for the Saturday Night Live Band, will also perform piano compositions by Edmund Thornton Jenkins and discuss his career in the music industry.

ARTM Exchange events are free and open to students, faculty, staff, and the community. This event is co-sponsored by the College of Charleston School of the Arts and the Department of Music.

Can't make it in-person? Join us on the live stream! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eChYxg46nU

Job Opportunities | City of Charleston Careers 10/13/2022

Job Opportunities | City of Charleston Careers

Job Opportunity!!

The City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs is hiring an Event Planner/Outreach Coordinator. The job is posted now through October 23rd.

You can apply through this portal: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/charleston-sc/jobs/3747290/event-and-outreach-coordinator-planner?sort=PostingDate%7CDescending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Key components of this position include: Planning and ex*****on of exciting cultural events and festivals such as the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, MOJA Arts Festival, Holiday Magic in Historic Charleston, and Happy New Year, Charleston!

Job Opportunities | City of Charleston Careers Apply online by clicking on the job title you are interested in and clicking on the "Apply" link! If this is the first time using our online job application, you will need to create an account and select a Username and Password. Your application will be saved and can used to apply for future job ope...

The College Reads! - College of Charleston 10/05/2022

The College Reads! - College of Charleston

Exciting news!!

Clint Smith, author of the 2022 The College Reads book How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery, will give a public talk Monday, October 24 at 7:00pm at Sottile Theatre. This event is open to the students, faculty, staff, and the public

In preparation for the event, CofC faculty and staff will be leading discussion groups for students around campus about the book. We encourage all students to attend the discussions and the event on October 24th. These sessions are listed below.

Free copies of How the Word is Passed are available in the Lightsey Center Lobby, Education Center Lobby, Beatty Center Lobby, Rita Hollings Science Center Lobby, the faculty house, and the Office of New Student Programs in the Lightsey Center Annex.

Find more resources and events on the College Reads website: https://collegereads.cofc.edu/

Tues., Oct 11
11:30 AM
Halsey Art Gallery
Nick Plasmati

Wed., Oct 12
12:30 PM
Addlestone Library, room 227
Amanda Kraft

Thur., Oct 13
12:30 PM
Addlestone Library, front doors (Calhoun St. side)
Dr. Richard Gilmore

Thur., Oct 13
2:30 PM
Tables Outside of Sottile House
Dr. Simon Lewis

Fri., Oct. 14
11:00 AM
Liberty Fresh Food Co. (to the left of the doors)
Dr. Lynne Ford

Tues., Oct 18
1:00 PM
Addlestone Library, room 227
Dr. Margaret Hagood

Wed., Oct 19
1:45 -2:30 PM
Stern Center Gardens (Rain Location: Stern Center, 205)
Dr. Lisa Covert

Wed., Oct 19
3:30 PM
Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture; Senator McKinley Washington Auditorium on the third floor.
Dr. Tamra Butler

Thur., Oct 20
12:00-12:30 PM
Arnold Hall, Sylvia Vlosky Yaschik Jewish Studies Center
Dr. John Thomas III

Fri., Oct 21
2-2:30 PM
Solar Pavilion behind Higdon Student Leadership Center
Dr. Sarah Owens

The College Reads! - College of Charleston The College Reads!

10/03/2022

Tune in at 12 noon for another edition of Black History Talks with Dr. Bernard Powers, Director of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston & Professor Emeritus of the College of Charleston History Department as he welcomes his next guest, Dr. Tonya M. Matthews, President and CEO of the International African American Museum located in Charleston, SC at the historically sacred site of Gadsden’s Wharf, one of our nation’s most prolific former slave ports.

As a champion of authentic, empathetic storytelling of American history, IAAM is one of the nation’s newest platforms for the disruption of institutionalized racism as America continues the walk toward “a more perfect union.”

A thought-leader in inclusive frameworks, social entrepreneurship, and education, Matthews has written articles and book chapters across these varied subjects. She is founder of The STEMinista Project, a movement to engage girls in their future with STEM careers.

Matthews is also a poet and is included in 100 Best African American Poems (2010) edited by Nikki Giovanni. Matthews received her Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from Johns Hopkins University and her B.S.E. in engineering from Duke University, alongside a certificate in African/African American Studies.

Click the link in our story to listen live at noon!

09/29/2022

If you’re interesting in studying or working globally, be sure to check out this scholarship opportunity!!!

09/28/2022

The Career Fair is only 9 days away! There are 106 total Employers and Graduate Programs waiting to meet you all!

The Career Fair is a perfect opportunity for students across all class years. Students will benefit from practicing and enhancing their networking and communication skills in real-time, and might even land an internship, part-time or full-time job opportunity!

Students can register by clicking below!
https://cofc.joinhandshake.com/stu/career_fairs/35319

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Workshop in Cultural Affairs: 2022-2023. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. 09/21/2022

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Workshop in Cultural Affairs: 2022-2023. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Join the Center for Cultural Affairs' (CCA) biweekly workshop series. They have an exciting line-up of speakers this year from both academia and practice.

Our very own Dr. Kate Keeney will be a presenter in this workshop series on November 16th from 12-1 PM EST !!! Mark your calendars and register!

Dates: Wednesdays biweekly, starting October 5th
Time: 12pm - 1pm EST
Location: Zoom
Register Here: https://iu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkd-mrrzItHdOMFsZ9k3Tz_kymDdQx5K0R

See below for the full line-up of speakers, and register now for our first event on October 5th, featuring Amy Whitaker from New York University, speaking on "The True Value of Art."

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Workshop in Cultural Affairs: 2022-2023. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. The Workshop in Cultural Affairs series connects cultural affairs experts together in a forum for scholarly discussion, debate, and exploration of the important issues being faced in the field of cultural affairs.

CUBAN CARNIVAL: Featuring the Buena Vista Legacy Band - Charleston Jazz 09/14/2022

CUBAN CARNIVAL: Featuring the Buena Vista Legacy Band - Charleston Jazz

Charleston Jazz is hosting its Cuban Carnival this weekend!

Charleston Jazz will host its Young Lions of Jazz Kick-Off event on Saturday, September 17 from 6p – 8p at Share House and then at 8p at Charleston Music Hall.

If you are between the ages of 21 – 40, sign up for the kickoff here - Young Lions - Charleston Jazz for a complimentary ticket.

For more info visit

CUBAN CARNIVAL: Featuring the Buena Vista Legacy Band - Charleston Jazz On September 17, 2022, your CJO and the Buena Vista Legacy Band will create a once in a lifetime Cuban Carnival experience at the Charleston Music Hall!

09/12/2022

Joining today on Black History Talks is Dr. Julia Eichelberger, the Marybelle Higgins Howe Professor of Southern Literature at the College of Charleston and also Director of the Southern Studies Minor. 12noon is the time & 96.3FM is the place! …or tune in online at ohmradio963.org 📻

09/07/2022

Attend our annual Fall Career Fair & Graduate School Expo on Thursday, October 6 from 1:00-4:00pm in TD Arena! This is an excellent opportunity for students to meet with company representatives who are interested in hiring interns, as well as part-time and full-time employees. We continue to add companies and graduate schools daily and students can view updated company and organization details in Handshake.

Register on Handshake to attend!

We are thrilled to announce the quality of companies and available graduate school opportunities for this event continues to expand and diversify, and in recent semesters we have seen an increase in student participation, thanks in large part to faculty and staff assistance in spreading the word. Please contact the Career Center with any questions: 843-953-5692 or [email protected].

08/31/2022

Did the challenges of the last school year (or two) left you feeling like you weren’t quite living up to your academic potential? Do you think that, with a bit more personal, economic, and professional support from the College, you could be thriving? If so, I would invite you to consider applying for Crossing the Cistern (CtC), a program that offers mentorship, fellowship, and scholarship support to help students forge a successful path to graduation and beyond.

Click here to apply!
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfhcNVIXSi8f7aA7TmUPtt6WWjZYXeB9_0MFdwWbA3lcXqDAA/viewform?usp=sf_link

08/28/2022

Awesome event!

08/25/2022

The School of the Arts is the artistic heartbeat of Charleston – Let's join together on Monday, Sept. 5 to kick off an exciting school year and arts season with our Departments/Programs of Art & Architectural History, Arts Management, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Historic Preservation & Community Planning, Music, Studio Art, and Theatre & Dance!

Get to know YOUR School of the Arts while enjoying ice cream/popsicle treats, raffle prizes, music provided by students from 1770 Records, and FREE SOTA swag while supplies last.

08/23/2022

ARCM student, Jammie Huynh!

Jaki's Saturday seminar information:

Seminar Title: Poetry of Witness

Poetry of witness attempts to reveal humanity through the art of words. Poetry of witness allows for a limited understanding, and sometimes transcendence of human tragedy.

In a sense all poems are poems of witness: they record what it's like to be alive, record what has passed, what is passing. They bear witness to the imagination, the capacity for human invention; they witness our ability to wonder.

A poem of witness looks out from the self, towards the world, its social. political, and historical aspects. It witnesses other people's lives.

08/21/2022

Charleston Playhouse is offering FREE student tickets for the two remaining shows in our 2022 Broadway Cabaret Series at the College of Charleston‘s Chapel Theatre.

Each performance is an original Cabaret devised by each individual artist and performed live with an accompanist. The performances are followed by a Q&A and audition workshop featuring students from College of Charleston and other surrounding schools.

On Saturday, August 27, we will be presenting local professional Anna Baker, and on Saturday, October 22, we will be featuring non-local Equity member Kaitlin Lawrence. You can learn more about these incredible women by visiting our website at www.CharlestonPlayhouse.com.

To claim free tickets, follow this link and enter the code CofCSTU in the top right corner (see screenshot below!) and that will take you to the page to claim your FREE tickets. From there you can just follow the checkout process and the tickets will land in your inbox. Hope to see you there!

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