Career Opportunities in the Arts
Interested in careers in the arts? The Kennedy Center’s Opening Stages Facebook Fan page is loaded with career opportunity announcements such as:
Opening Stages was developed to provide students and individuals with disabilities with information and resources on career development opportunities. The Fan page will highlight current disability-specific and mainstream opportunities, as well as upcoming exhibitions and performances featuring artists with disabilities.
The Kennedy Center Opening Stages fan page is open to all. Please become a fan and spread the word to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the arts.
Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences Open Auditions!
The Kennedy Center’s Theater for Young Audiences will be holding open auditions for the 2011-2012 season on the following dates:
Monday, February 7 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM, Equity Open Call
Sunday, February 13 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM, Non-Equity Open Call
The auditions will be held at the Kennedy Center located at 2700 F St. NW Washington, DC 20566. Enter through the Hall of Nations side of the building. Sign in at the Opera House Stage Door.
Please prepare a comedic, contemporary monologue, no longer than 2 minutes.
Actors interested in being considered for a musical production should prepare 16 bars of a standard musical theater song.
Piano accompaniment will be provided.
Please bring headshot and resume.
There will not be any appointments for these Open Call auditions. Actors will be seen in the order in which they arrive. For questions or more information about the auditions, call (202) 416-8830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Accessibility accomodations (such as sign language interpreters) will be provided upon request. If you would like to request an accomodation, please contact the Accessibility Office at (202) 416-8727 (voice/relay); (202) 416-8728 (TTY) email@example.com .
ASL at the NGA: An Introduction to the West Building Collection
Tours of the West Building collection are offered in American Sign Language (ASL) with voice interpretation into English on the second Sunday of each month at 1:00 PM, departing from the Rotunda on the West Building’s Main Floor. To learn more about this and other guided tours of the Gallery, please visit www.nga.gov/programs/tours .
In addition to these regularly occurring tours, sign language interpreters and guides for visitors who are blind or have low vision are available by appointment for tours of the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions. Please call (202) 842-6247 or the Gallery’s Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) at (202) 842-6176 three weeks in advance for an appointment. Special headphones, which deliver full-frequency digital audio sound in a lightweight design, are available.
Printed scripts of all recorded tours are available for visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing, and free large-print brochures are available at the entrances to some of the special exhibitions. For more information, please visitwww.nga.gov/ginfo/access.shtm .
National Gallery of Art Seeking Museum Guides Fluent in ASL
The National Gallery of Art (NGA) is currently looking for experienced guides knowledgeable in art history to lead monthly tours in American Sign Language (ASL) as part of the program ASL at the NGA: An Introduction to the West Building Collection. The West Building displays European and American art from the thirteenth to the early twentieth century. Masterpieces of Italian painting and sculpture, including the only painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the Western Hemisphere, join works by the Dutch masters, French impressionists, and American artists.
To apply, please send a cover letter, rÃ©sumÃ©, and references to:
National Gallery of Art
Attn: Lorena Baines, DET
2000B South Club Drive
Landover, MD 20785
The application deadline is March 11, 2011.
For more information please contact Lorena Baines via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (202) 842-6905.
Job Opening: Technical Director
Rochester Institute of Technology
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
We are seeking a candidate that can teach technical theater courses in scenic, lighting and/or costume technology and serve as technical director for two productions per quarter/semester. Oversee construction, mounting, rigging, general theater maintenance, scenery, lighting, sound and costume elements of theater productions. Ensure over ad-ins, technical rehearsals, and post-production strikes. Successful candidate must be available during run of productions. This is a one-year appointment with possibility of annual renewal, contingent on performance and enrollment.
Please apply online at http://careers.rit.ed .
Mark your calendars! The 2011 LOWT Auditions will be held February 28 – March 2 (10 AM – 5 PM each day) at Round House Theatre in Silver Spring.
For more details visit www.lowt.org/auditions .
Thanks to John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts