Williams College Dance Department
Williamstown, MA 01267
US

CONTACT NAME

Nathaniel Wiessner

CATEGORY

Technical

TITLE

Costume Designer/Coordinator

DESCRIPTION

Williams College Department of Dance

Costume Designer/Coordinator

 

Williams College Department of Dance in Williamstown, MA is seeking a Dance Costume Designer/Coordinator for 3 dance concerts, Spring Semester 2018 (Contemporary, African Dance and Music, Step Team).  This position will continue beyond Spring 2018, assuming a good fit from both sides.  This position requires designer to attend 2 days of dress rehearsals during the Fall workshop concert (to familiarize the successful candidate with the ensemble directors, student performers, choreographers, and the costume shop).  The dates for these rehearsals are November 15-16.  Spring concert dates are April 2-6, April 16-20, and April 30-May 5 2018.  Designer and costume shop will work out other dates for residency to conduct fittings.

 

We produce high quality productions with faculty and student choreographers.  Casts generally involve a large number of performers.  Position requires designing new costumes as well as pulling from existing dance stock.  Shopping/pulling and working with costume shop is required.  Designer/Coordinator must be organized, flexible, and able to work both independently and with our shop staff.  This is a hands-on position, which can require designer to be part of the construction process.  Fee is based on designing for all 3 concerts.  Own transportation is a plus but not required.  Housing when in residence will be provided.  Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to Nate Wiessner, Operations Manager, ‘62 Center for Theatre and Dance, nwiessne@williams.edu, by August 1, 2017.

 

The purpose of the Dance Department is to educate students in the physical disciplines, cultural traditions, and expressive possibilities of dance. We provide the opportunity to study and experience dance as technique, composition, history, theory, and performance in the context of a liberal arts education. Our ensembles study and perform throughout the academic year at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance and at venues on and off campus. Participation in these ensembles is through audition as well as by invitation of the directors.



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