Arts Administration

8 Must-Haves for a Self-Tape Home Studio

Whether it’s a last minute on-camera audition, or a recording needed for an audio book submission, it is very helpful for actors to have the tools to create a home studio. Self-submissions are a common way to be seen for castings, especially if you are submitting to projects outside of the area in which you live. It may take time to accumulate the appropriate gear, but once you do, it’ll allow you to shine on film and for producers to focus on YOU and not the print of the wallpaper behind you! READ ARTICLE via www.backstage.com

Register for the Youth Voices: Activism Through Theatre Symposium

The symposium will be held at Berkeley Rep School of Theatre 2071 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA  May 3-5, 2019   Symposium Registration is Now Open! To Register Click Here! $90 Student/Retired | $140 Member | $240 Non-Member (Early Bird Rate Ends March 29, 2019) $100 Student/Retired | $150 Member | $250 Non-Member Resilience is an anthem of the bay. An anthem often carried and furthered by our youth. Join organizations from across the bay area as we highlight programs with youth at the core, whether it’s in programs who demand space for youth voice, performance, leadership positions, and those that move towards activism. Practices that can be applied to your own communities, that operate for, by and with the youth our education programs serve.  Youth Voices: Activism Through Theatre

Register for THE NATIONAL ARTS ACTION SUMMIT

March 4-5, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Register for the National Arts Action Summit 2019 The National Arts Action Summit will take place on March 4-5, 2019 in Washington, DC.  The National Arts Action Summit is a multi-day event bringing together arts advocates from across the country.  Attendees will attend a full day of advocacy training to learn the latest research and legislative arts priorities from the experts on Monday, March 4. That evening, The Nancy Hanks Lecture at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is sure to inspire and motivate advocates. The following day, March 5, is Arts Advocacy Day when advocates take their passion, knowledge, and stories to Capitol Hill for meetings with their congressional leaders.  Arts Advocacy Day brings together a broad cross section o...

Now Hiring: Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre – Permanent & Seasonal Staff

Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre is now hiring! We are in search of part time seasonal and permanent staff members who are eager to join Idaho’s oldest performing arts organization. Please email resume and cover letter to annette@cdasummertheatre.com. Cover letter should include availability and hours sought. Duties would include: Extensive customer service both on the phone as well as in person. Selling tickets. Social media contributing. Data entry in Google drive as well as Microsoft office. Website management. Event and box office support at both summer shows and various business fairs and community events. Various other office tasks. Learn More about CDA Summer Theatre

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...

Introducing the New Dramatics Website

As the only magazine written specifically for high school theatre students, Dramatics has been a go-to source for Thespians since 1929. Now, Dramatics can share even more stories from across the Thespian Nation at Dramatics.org READ ARTICLE via www.schooltheatre.org

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 Puget Sound – Production & Tech Personnel Registration

Do you direct, choreograph, or stage manage and want to be seen by auditors at the 2019 Unified General Auditions? Submit your resume and portfolio images to be included in the supplemental Production Personnel & Tech Resume auditor packet. Auditors at the UGAs run the gamut from large and small theatre companies to film producers, talent agents, and independent film/theatre producers and directors. They are not only meeting more than 400 actors, they are also scouting people to make it all go behind the scenes… YOU! Production Personnel & Tech Resume submission is a direct member benefit of Theatre Puget Sound. 2019 TPS membership is required to participate. UPLOAD RESUME HERE

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 e...

From Professional Dancer to Professor of Dance

via www.dancemagazine.com In the final years of her decade-long career with the Lewitzky Dance Company, University of Arizona Associate Professor Amy Ernst began to develop an interest in dance injury prevention. She remembers feeling an urge to widen her understanding of dance and the body. Soon after retirement from the Company, she was hired by the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Inglewood, California as a physical therapy assistant, where she worked for the next three and a half years. This work eventually led her to pursue an M.F.A. in dance at the University of Washington-Seattle. She remembers growing into the role of a professor during her time pursuing her degree. That incubation phase was critical. Ernst joined the faculty at the University of Arizona in 1995, and now as direct...

Register for AATE Symposium 2019!

Register for Symposium 2019! Join AATE January 4-6, 2019 in Lancaster, PA for the American Theatre for the Very Young: A Digital Festival Goes Live! Symposium! Throughout the Symposium weekend, at the beautiful Ware Center for the Performing Arts, you will be able to: Join theatre educators, artists and scholars from near and far for this exciting gathering in historic downtown Lancaster, PA. Hosted at the beautiful Ware Center, the weekend intensive will offer an interactive performance of “ A Child’s Garden of Verses”, keynotes, networking, and hands-on workshops as we take the Digital Festival off the screen and go LIVE. Come get creative with your colleagues as we explore Theatre for the Very Young!  Leave with practical tools you can use in your own writing, devising, classroom, and t...