Company: Arch Contemporary Ballet
Location: new york, NY
Compensation: LETTER OF REC/CLASSES
ARCH CONTEMPORARY BALLET
Arch Contemporary Ballet interns are responsible for completing a 3-6 month term with 8-16 hours a week. Interns are able to work remotely with a once week meeting with Artistic Director, Sheena Annalise. Hours are based upon interns schedule determined before internship agreement is signed.
There are three internship sectors interns can apply for.
Arts administration covers three areas of concentration: Development, Company and General Management, and Operations. Participants gain broad overview of the overall workings of the company through involvement with various special projects and events. Interns will gain in-depth experience and will learn how various tasks come together to achieve the company’s goals. Interns will also gain nonprofit administrative experience which can include: basic budgeting, project management, business writing, and outreach programs. Below are some examples of some of the projects and tasks of an arts administration intern.
Creating and maintaining emailing lists, emails, press lists, auditionees list, repertoire archive lists
Research performance opportunities, residency opportunities, festivals, performance venues, possible sponsorships, new patrons lists, studios to give master classes
Booking travel arrangements per artistic director, Sheena Annalise, and/or dancers
Researching new fundraising opportunities
Burning CD’s, DVD’s, creating press packages
Various miscellaneous tasks per company: picking up costumes from dry cleaners, grocery store runs before the show for backstage, etc.
Putting together program information/submitting program information to performances
Assist with coordinating all travel and tour logistics for company, and guest artists as well as creating company tour books with detailed schedules and area information
Provide support in contracting dancers, music ensemble members, guest artists, supplemental dancers, seamstresses
Assist in putting together events with our events interns
Social media is an expanding marketing tool for millennials and we strive to be at the forefront of these tools. Interns will be able to spear head their own social media campaigns and initiatives to bring awareness to ACB and the programs they support.
Creating campaigns and marketing initiatives for ACB and Arch for Autism
Posting daily to social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
Creating marketing materials such as e-mail invitations, photos/graphics for social media, and social media page designs
Assisting in streamlining social media platforms and message of ACB and Arch for Autism
Tracking analytics across platforms including user reach, improvement in following, and audience reports
Communicate with other branding across platforms to bring awareness to ACB
An immersive internship where interns can gain experience in spear heading event planning and fundraising events with patrons, the community, and to the public. Interns will gain experience in creating events from start to finish, research, and the ins and outs of event planning.
Venue research, selection, and communication
Creating unique event ideas for young patron events, Autism friendly events, and community events benefiting Arch Contemporary Ballet
Organizing the event from start to finish
Invitation lists, guest lists, and reaching out to communities to attend
As an ACB intern you will receive free company class during the dancer’s rehearsals for the duration of your internship and a letter of recommendation at the end of the 3-6 month term based on your performance as an ACB intern.
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