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Now Hiring Technical Staff: Leavenworth Summer Theatre – Updated 05.01.19

LST is looking for the following technical and artistic staff for our 2019 summer season. Scenic Painter / Lead Charge Artist LST has an opportunity for a talented scenic artist to create and implement all scenic and deck treatments for our 2019 summer season. This will be a complete scenic treatment for Hello, Dolly! and Pirates of Penzance, and any remedial or touchup treatment on our existing Sound of Music set. more… To apply: Please send the following materials to phil.LSTexec@gmail.com : A short letter of interest, including your background and why you would like to work with LST. A resume, or short summary of qualifications. Any media documentation of applicable previous projects. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, starting immediat...

2019 GRANTS FOR EARLY CAREER PROP PROFESSIONALS – May 15th Deadline

The Society of Properties Artisan Managers (S*P*A*M) is now accepting applications for its grants to help support early career props professionals. The deadline for each is May 15, 2019. Edie Whitsett Grant The Edie Whitsett Grant is an annual award given to an individual wishing to further their career in theatrical properties. This grant is to assist with expenses related to completing an internship, such as  transportation, housing, or other necessities. Edie Whitsett was the longtime property shop manager and a frequent designer at Seattle Children’s Theatre. She also created sets for Village Theatre, Seattle Opera, ACT Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet and other arts entities. Whitsett’s honors included an Artist Trust fellowship, a commission for an art installation at the Seatt...

Audio Engineering Society – Graduate Studies Grants – Apply by May 15!

The Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation is dedicated to encouraging the entry of talented students into the profession of audio engineering. Since its establishment in 1984, the Foundation has awarded grants for graduate studies to hundreds of exceptional applicants, many of whom have gone on to prominent and successful careers in the profession. We offer two types of scholarships: The AESEF Graduate Studies Grants and the Mary Lea Simpson Memorial Scholarship for a Recording Engineering Student. Graduate Studies Grants All applicants are required to have met these criteria: The successful completion of an undergraduate degree program (typically four years) at a recognized college or university A demonstrated commitment to audio engineering (or a related field) as a career cho...

WEBINAR REGISTRATION FOR CASE STUDY: OVERSEEING REPERTORY LIGHT PLOTS AT SPOLETO FESTIVAL USA

TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2019 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET Spoleto Festival USA, based in Charleston, South Carolina, hosts domestic and international theatrical productions every year. In 17 days, over 250 performances take place throughout the city, but every production has to share its stage with someone else. It is repertory lighting at its craziest, with rapid-fire changeovers between shows choreographed down to the moment. In this session, Steve Shelley, president of Field Template LLC, will show the processes he used—and would use again today—in Vectorworks software to create the documentation needed to pull off such a combination of complex events. ATTENDEES WILL: Understand the definition, parameters, and types of repertory. Learn how Spotlight can be used to support the unique needs ...

SAVE THE DATE! 2019-2020 Season Auditions & Conventions

Mark your calendars for upcoming auditions and conventions for the 2019-2020 season! This post will be updated regularly as events become available throughout the year. Stay tuned for more, and Break a Leg! 2019 June SETC Fall Professional Unified Auditions Registration Opens – June 14, 2019 July National Conference on Outdoor Theatre Registration Opens – July 7, 2019 August SETC Fall Professional Unified Auditions – August 25 – 26, 2019 September Rocky Mountain Theatre Convention: September 10-12, 2019 2019 EdTA National Conference: September 19 – 22, 2019 – Registration NOW OPEN! October National Conference on Outdoor Theatre: October 1-3, 2019 2020  February 2019 UPTA Convention: February 7-10, 2020

Register for the 2019 CUE Professional Development Conference!

REGISTRATION: NOW OPEN! WHAT: 2019 CUE Professional Development Conference WHEN: July 19 – 21, 2019 WHERE: Madison, WI Join ETC and High End Systems for the fifth CUE conference hosted by ETC! This professional development conference was created for end users of all skill levels including designers, programmers, educators, and students.CUE 2019 features interactive classes on a variety of topics led by ETC employees and industry experts, including several surprise guests. On top of the opportunity to experiment with all the latest ETC gear, CUE also gives attendees the opportunity to network with industry peers and the ETC professionals behind the company’s award-winning products. In addition, ETC will host exciting events and tours of its legendary factory, giving attendees an exper...

Register for the 2019 AATE Conference

The 32nd annual American Alliance for Theatre and Education Conference will take place in New York City from August 1-5,2019. The conference theme is “Activate AATE: Exploring Theatre Educators’ Role and Responsibility AATE’s 32nd annual conference will be held in diverse, dynamic and vibrant New York City from August 1-5, 2019. In a city known for its diversity, culture, and, arts conference attendees will explore how theatre artists, educators, and scholars can be responsive and effective in the current socio-political climate. AATE Members are uniquely poised to be a force for positivity, action, and empathy building at this pivotal moment when the need for self-expression and dialogue is so palpable. The conference will provide a place for the arts education community...

Calling All Educators: Save the Date for the 2019 AAAE Conference!

Hosted by the Association of Arts Administration Educators. AAAE represents college and university graduate and undergraduate programs in arts administration, encompassing training in the management of visual, performing, literary, media, cultural and arts service organizations. The organization consists of more than 150 member programs, all training and equipping students in arts leadership, management, entrepreneurship, cultural policy, and more. AAAE’s network of faculty and their alumni are the cornerstones of local arts communities across the globe. The organization serves as a convener, a resource, and an advocate for formal arts administration education.

Register for the 2019 EdTA National Conference: Stories to Tell!

By registering for 2019 EdTA National Conference, you can become a professional member of the Educational Theatre Association and have access to valuable resources, a network of peers, and professional development. Click here to register. Early registration ends May 23, 2019. Advance registration – May 24 – September 4, 2019 Late registration – September 5 – September 19, 2019   Registration fee includes: Admittance to two full days of workshops and learn & create labs. Admittance to all panel discussions and keynote speaker presentations. Access to Conference exhibitors/key decision-makers in the theatre world and products. Full breakfast served on Friday and Saturday morning. Annual meeting, awards, and networking luncheon on Friday afternoon. Midmorning and afternoon beve...

Theatre Education Advocacy Day – REGISTRATION

Theatre Education Advocacy Day Set for July By EdTA News posted 2 days ago     The EdTA Theatre Education Advocacy Day will take place July 15-16, in Washington, D.C. The event, open to all adult and student members, will be modeled after the organization’s first national theatre education advocacy day held in 2017. Attendees will engage in a day of advocacy training workshops followed by a day of visits to Congressional offices on Capitol Hill. As in 2017, training will be conducted by Americans for the Arts staff, with the support of EdTA leadership and members of the organization’s Advocacy Leadership Network. Along with the workshops, EdTA will present its Legislator Leadership Arts Education Advocacy Award, given annually to a legislator who has demonstrated exemplary public support f...

2019 North American Laboratory for the Performing Arts Workshops

North American Laboratory for the Performing Arts A space in the heart of the midwest founded as a place where artists can learn from each other, teach and create new work. Participate in a creative act.  Create change and what better place to do it than in the center of the United States in Muncie, Indiana. All are welcome here! The Summer of 2019 will offer three workshops: Come live learn and work together. Workshop participants are all housed in the Charles Over Mansion or hosted by one of the neighbors in the historic district. Everyone eats breakfast and lunch together and then can use the kitchen to prep food for dinner or head out on the town. There are several great places within walking distance. I have recognized that now more than ever artists need to explore and create. It is ...

NOW HIRING: Westview Producitons (Updated 01.17.2019)

Westview Productions employs only the best in the industry; but what makes the organization so unique is the diversity of those within the organiztion.  The Westview team is comprised of lighting designers, production managers, graphic artists, interior designers, architects, scenic designers, electrical engineers, programmers, access control technicians and a myriad other trades.  A highly qualified staff from a diverse range of professional backgrounds is a significant part of the Westview success, and contributes greatly to the Westview Advantage. Westview is always looking for new team members.  Below are current openings within the Westview companies.  To apply, please send a resume and letter of interest to info@WestviewProductions.com. LEVEL I TECHNICIAN LEVEL II TECHNICIAN CONTROLS...

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