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 91 
 on: July 27, 2016, 11:18:18 AM 
Started by Jason Sharp - Last post by Jason Sharp
Box Office Supervisor

Department:   Cornish Playhouse
Reports To:     Playhouse Manager
Supervises:    Box Office Representatives & Work-Study Students
Pay Grade:     Non-Exempt, Part-Time not to exceed 450 hours during the 2016-17 academic year between September 6th – May 13th 2017

Purpose:   The Box Office Supervisor administers all aspects of event ticketing in addition to providing Work-Study students with practical front-of-house operational experience and ultimately fundraising for Cornish student scholarships and Advancement while delivering exceptional customer service to all internal and external patrons.

Responsibilities include:

1.   Inputting and managing all Cornish College of the Arts Brown Paper Tickets events
2.   Inputting and managing tablet-based Square cash register for all ticketed events
3.   Coordinating with the academic and administrative departments to ensure accuracy of all ticketed event information and optimal ticket sales
4.   Working with the President, Provost, Admissions, and other offices to ensure all event comps are set up and managed
5.   Staffing the Box Office for all ticketed Cornish events
6.   Staffing and supervising secondary Box Office personnel as needed for various Cornish College of the Arts ticketed events
7.   Monitoring and responding to voicemails/emails from patrons
8.   Maintaining accurate financial records and regularly reporting on ticket sales for all Brown Paper Tickets Cornish College of the Art ticketed events
9.   Preparing event deposits and ensuring event proceeds are deposited with Finance
10.   Attending Cornish Playhouse staff meetings as requested
11.   Ensuring ADA compliance regarding ticketing, seating and access

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED equivalent
Familiarity with Brown Paper Tickets or equivalent ticket vending program
Proven Customer service experience directly serving the public
Demonstrated ability to promptly respond to telephone calls and emails from patrons
Flexibility to work nights, weekends and holidays as needed
Experience with PC and Mac and tablets or ipads; working knowledge of Microsoft Office, proficient in Excel and Google Apps
Proven experience working with box offices or equivalent administrative work
Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in written form.
Strong organizational skills; proven ability to effectively manage multiple priorities
Must be able to provide your own transportation to and from performance venues located on campus and off campus, especially when managing several box offices operating concurrently.
Must pass a criminal background check

Preferred Qualifications:

Associates of Arts Degree
Experience working in the performing arts and/or higher education
Demonstrated ability to work positively with professional production teams, theater staff and a diverse population of artists

Application Procedures:

For consideration please submit cover letter, resume, and completed Cornish Employment Application to hr@cornish.edu
Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Equal Opportunity Statement:

Cornish College of the Arts is an equal opportunity employer intent on enriching the diversity of its faculty, staff, and students. Our goal is to create an intercultural learning environment comprised of people with varied experiences and perspectives. We strongly encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups for all open positions.

 92 
 on: July 27, 2016, 11:16:35 AM 
Started by Jason Sharp - Last post by Jason Sharp
Box Office Supervisor

Department:   Cornish Playhouse
Reports To:           Playhouse Manager
Supervises:           Box Office Representatives & Work-Study Students
Pay Grade:           Non-Exempt, Part-Time not to exceed 450 hours during the 2016-17 academic year between September 6th – May 13th 2017

Purpose:   The Box Office Supervisor administers all aspects of event ticketing in addition to providing Work-Study students with practical front-of-house operational experience and ultimately fundraising for Cornish student scholarships and Advancement while delivering exceptional customer service to all internal and external patrons.

Responsibilities include:

1.   Inputting and managing all Cornish College of the Arts Brown Paper Tickets events
2.   Inputting and managing tablet-based Square cash register for all ticketed events
3.   Coordinating with the academic and administrative departments to ensure accuracy of all ticketed event information and optimal ticket sales
4.   Working with the President, Provost, Admissions, and other offices to ensure all event comps are set up and managed
5.   Staffing the Box Office for all ticketed Cornish events
6.   Staffing and supervising secondary Box Office personnel as needed for various Cornish College of the Arts ticketed events
7.   Monitoring and responding to voicemails/emails from patrons
8.   Maintaining accurate financial records and regularly reporting on ticket sales for all Brown Paper Tickets Cornish College of the Art ticketed events
9.   Preparing event deposits and ensuring event proceeds are deposited with Finance
10.   Attending Cornish Playhouse staff meetings as requested
11.   Ensuring ADA compliance regarding ticketing, seating and access

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED equivalent
Familiarity with Brown Paper Tickets or equivalent ticket vending program
Proven Customer service experience directly serving the public
Demonstrated ability to promptly respond to telephone calls and emails from patrons
Flexibility to work nights, weekends and holidays as needed
Experience with PC and Mac and tablets or ipads; working knowledge of Microsoft Office, proficient in Excel and Google Apps
Proven experience working with box offices or equivalent administrative work
Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in written form.
Strong organizational skills; proven ability to effectively manage multiple priorities
Must be able to provide your own transportation to and from performance venues located on campus and off campus, especially when managing several box offices operating concurrently.
Must pass a criminal background check

Preferred Qualifications:

Associates of Arts Degree
Experience working in the performing arts and/or higher education
Demonstrated ability to work positively with professional production teams, theater staff and a diverse population of artists

Application Procedures:

For consideration please submit cover letter, resume, and completed Cornish Employment Application to hr@cornish.edu
Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Equal Opportunity Statement:

Cornish College of the Arts is an equal opportunity employer intent on enriching the diversity of its faculty, staff, and students. Our goal is to create an intercultural learning environment comprised of people with varied experiences and perspectives. We strongly encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups for all open positions.

 93 
 on: July 25, 2016, 01:15:37 PM 
Started by Candace Marie Hackett - Last post by Candace Marie Hackett
If you’re looking for a meaningful, energetic, fun, and exciting part-time job in the Seattle area, this may be the perfect fit for you!  ShiningStars Washington is a creative dramatics program that is growing so fast that we need more teachers available to start teaching in September!  The program is taught in east side preschools and lower elementary schools.  Positions are now available for mornings, afternoons (usually after 2 pm), or both.

We seek dynamic, energetic individuals with great communication skills who are looking for a consistent part-time opportunity, or someone that wants to make a career of children’s theatre or early childhood education.  Our teachers range from full-time college students, recent college graduates, to stay-at-home parents that have some free time during the day. 

These positions are open to people that are enthusiastic about young children, especially their communication and expression. Theatre experience is not necessary, but experience with young children, (professional or personal) is required. Teaching opportunities are convenient for people that live in all areas of Seattle and Bellevue. Travel reimbursement is available depending on travel distance. Check out our website at www.shiningstarswa.com 

Candidates must pass a MERIT background check, become certified in Child/Infant First Aid and CPR, and must have reliable transportation.  Willingness to train in the STARS Early Childhood Education system is a plus.

For more information, please send a letter of interest and resume to Candace Dahne, ShiningStars Washington Director, at Candace@shiningstarswa.com

 94 
 on: July 22, 2016, 01:17:59 PM 
Started by Dominic Lewis - Last post by Dominic Lewis
Book-It Repertory Theatre is offering a Master Class for Actors and Teaching Artists
Investigate your authentic and unique voice for acting and/or reignite your flame as a teaching artist.

Taught by Founding Co-Artistic Director Myra Platt
and Director of Education Annie DiMartino

During this two-day Master Class, artists looking to learn more about performing* in the Book-It Style will receive instruction from Founding Co-Artistic Director Myra Platt on how to seamlessly transition from narrative to dialogue while staying true to character objective and point of view.

Attendees will also learn how to transfer these techniques into the classroom**. The class will explore activities to activate language and enhance comprehension skills for curriculum-based texts. After completing our training, vetted Book-It Teaching Artists (TAs) will be included in our hiring pool at competitive rates. Our Teaching Artist opportunities range from one-day workshops to week-long camps and month-long residencies throughout the academic year and summer months.

Master Class Dates: Saturday, August 13 and Sunday, August 14
Time: 12:30-4:30pm each day
Cost: $150, a $50 nonrefundable registration fee is required to hold your spot.
Full balance due by the first day of class, August 13th.
Maximum Capacity: 35
Location: 12th Avenue Arts Second Floor Conference Room, 1620 12th Ave, Seattle WA 98112

To make your $50 non-refundable deposit and register for the Master Class, https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0SG000000QaD0zMAF.

Please fill out all information completely.
Last day to cancel and relinquish your spot is August 1st.

Have more questions? Contact Dominic Lewis at education@book-it.org or 206-428-6266.

Detailed Information on the Master Class will be emailed to all registered students by August 8th.

*Actors should email, education@book-it.org, with a headshot and résumé; **Teaching Artist candidates should send a paragraph writing sample on why you want to join the Book-It TA Team. Use subject line: Master Class Materials.

 95 
 on: July 20, 2016, 03:01:01 PM 
Started by Megan Ahiers - Last post by Megan Ahiers
Hello photographers! The 14/48 Projects is in need of a couple of photographers to shoot some 14/48 magic this summer.  Let me know if you are interested.  Here is the skinny:
 
14/48: Nordo, Week 2: need you to shoot the Sunday night meeting on August 7th at 6pm at Nordo.  Then there are rehearsals at North Seattle College Monday and Tuesday, August 8-9.  Wednesday night (8/10) is tech/ Dress at Nordo and then there are performances Thursday-Saturday (8/11-13) at 8pm.  It would be ideal for the photographer to shoot the Sunday night meeting, tech and dress on Wednesday and one performance.  If you can also make it to a rehearsal or two Monday/Tuesday, great!  But we are pretty flexible. 
 
14/48: Outdoors: We have a photographer who is doing Thursday night meeting and all day Friday.  We just need someone to come in on Saturday, August 27th to shoot the draws, rehearsals and shows that night, starting around 9/9:30am- midnight!  It is in Salmon Bay Park in Ballard.
 
We can offer a $75 stipend, plus meals and beer and wine.   
 
Let me know if you have questions or if you are interested in shooting!  Or please let me know if you can recommend someone else who would love being a part of 14/48!  Please contact me at megan@the1448projects.org

 96 
 on: July 19, 2016, 11:28:54 AM 
Started by Chris Mayse - Last post by Chris Mayse
Seattle Musical Theatre is seeking a Sound Designer/ Engineer for the first show of its 39th season- WORKING!

The show will run September 9th- October 2nd, 2016, at SMT's theatre in Magnuson Park. This is a contracted position, which offers a competitive stipend/ honorarium to off-set costs involved in collaborating with us; one for design and one for the engineering of the show during the run.

All interested candidates should email a resume and contact info to Chris Mayse, Managing Artistic Director, at ad@seattlemusicaltheatre.org. Also, check out our website to learn more about our season- www.seattlemusicaltheatre.org!


 97 
 on: July 19, 2016, 07:17:41 AM 
Started by Catherine Smith - Last post by Catherine Smith
Annex Theatre is in search of some items for our newest off-night show at
Annex Theatre, *Girl* directed by Mary Hubert, devised by the Ensemble.

-Old Makeup brushes - We need old makeup, old makeup brushes, samples,
whatever you've got lying around that you can easily part with.
-Fake flowers/greenery
-Long amount of rope and/or string
-candles and votive candle holders
-red fabric
-small and black table cloths (or fabric that can be used as such)

Please email Catherine Smith, Production Manager, at cbs@annextheatre.org.

 98 
 on: July 14, 2016, 01:32:24 PM 
Started by Jon Douglas Rake - Last post by Jon Douglas Rake
 Duties:

Technical
1.   Build and implement all sets for each TMP production including mainstage, traveling, education and TMP Family theater.  It is the goal to have the next production ready to load into the theater as soon as the previous production is struck.
2.   Assist Shop Foreman to maintain theater, stage and scene/prop shop in clean order – fire and traffic safe and up to fire code.
3.   Participate in production meetings.
4.   Assist Shop Foreman to supervise, schedule and support volunteer set builders, painters and props assistants.
5.   Assist set, light, sound designers when needed and occasionally running the sound or light board for productions during emergencies.
6.   Assist Shop Foreman to build sets per annual budget guidelines.
7.   Be flexible with working hours which may include some evening and weekends.  Normal working hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Facility:
1.   Assist Shop Foreman to maintain the Sixth Ave Performing Arts Center facility including the theater, lobby, light /sound booth, storage and retail rental units.  All facilities shall be in working order and fire safe.
2.   Set-up rooms or spaces for various events as needed such as the education room for mailing or board meetings or special rehearsals as needed. Set-up technical needs for annual fundraisers.

Misc.
1.   Be flexible with circumstances that arise outside the scope of normal duties.

Salaried position with full medical and dental benefits.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Please email resume and letter of interest to boxoffice@tmp.org


 99 
 on: July 05, 2016, 08:31:13 PM 
Started by Kate Gavigan - Last post by Kate Gavigan
The Artist’s Way Classes are Now Open for Registration for Fall 2016

The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron is an international bestseller on the subject of creativity. Whether you see yourself as an artist or not, this book and class can be an incredibly useful resource to tap into your creative side which can benefit many areas of your life. The 2 hour a week 12 week long class will take students through the 12 chapters with an emphasis on the accompanying chapter exercises and additional creativity exercises and strategies (i.e. meditation tools). This material can work with anyone, no matter how dormant or energized their creative life may be.

Julia Cameron uses 3 basic tools for students to enhance their lives and their creativity: morning pages (writing 3 pages longhand of stream of consciousness writing), artist's dates (solo fun dates with yourself) and completing creativity exercises at the back of each chapter.  Students report that as a result of going through our Artist’s Way class they more fully and genuinely know themselves, they discover or re-discover their gifts and talents and have more fun and joy in their lives.

To quote Julia, "In order to retrieve your creativity, you need to find it." The basic tools and the additional creativity exercises can help you do just that.

Section I:  September 19 – December 12
Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
$375 (12 weeks)
Note: No class October 31

Section II: September 16 – December 9
Fridays, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
$375 (12 weeks)
Note: No class November 25
Instructor: Kate Gavigan

For more information or to register:
http://www.seattleartistswaycenter.com/classofferings.htm

"I'd say it was one of the greatest experiences I've had and that everyone should take this class. Relevant to everyone and really does change your life in so many positive ways." -Courtney H., Artist's Way Fall 2015 student

“Doing The Artist's Way in a group - a group led by Kate specifically - was invaluable. I know I never would have completed the course on my own, and in addition to the accountability, it gave me the opportunity to explore the material with my classmates and get inspired by them. “ Katie C., Artist's Way Summer 2015 Student

For more testimonials:
http://www.seattleartistswaycenter.com/apps/testimonials/

Kate Gavigan has been facilitating Artist's Way classes since January 2009. Kate is passionate about The Artist's Way having personally experienced the benefits of the materials. Kate worked in social services as a trainer for over 10 years when she found herself drawn to the material in The Artist's Way, which helped her uncover a passion for the arts. She credits her mid-life career change (now working at her dream jobs as an Artist’s Way Instructor and Speaker, Creativity Coach, Home Organizer and Actor) to having gone through The Artist's Way.

 100 
 on: July 05, 2016, 04:40:00 PM 
Started by Ty Bonneville - Last post by Ty Bonneville
Interested in stage combat? In a couple weeks we will be hosting small sword classes taught by Bob Macdougall. Some bullet points on the class

*Starts July 18
*Most on Mondays, with some added days schedules allowing, aiming for an 8 week class
*Looking for 6-8 people in total
*Cost will be 32 or 23 per class (depending on size)
*We are asking for a 100 non refundable deposit before class starts.
*Classes held mostly at ACT and possibly at TPS

Small sword is an advanced weapon, so some combat experience is preferred.
To register, or if you have any questions email Ty Bonneville at tybonneville@gmail.com

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