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Digital Communications | MSAB
The Minnesota State Arts Board has launched a search for a digital communications coordinator. This important new, part-time position is being created to research, provide advice, develop, and implement strategies and tactics that will enable the Minnesota State Arts Board to maximize its use of digital communication to serve constituents. Key responsibilities will include Web and social media content and design. Well qualified applicants will have excellent written communications skills; demonstrated skills and experience in graphic design and Web design; and a bachelor’s degree or three years’ professional experience in a related field.

More details about the position, required qualifications and application instructions are available on the Employment Opportunities page of the Arts Board’s Web site: http://www.arts.state.mn.us/about/employment.htm
Deadline: February 25, 2019

Visual Arts Mentor | Boys and Girls Clubs of Central MN
Under general supervision of the Unit Director, the Visual Arts Mentor will design and implement a rich visual arts program focused on painting, chalk, pastels and drawing. Programming may also include youth-designed fashion and costuming, technical illustration, draping, pattern-making, construction, sewing and computer-aided design, fashion and textiles. Programming must incorporate youth voice, hold youth to high expectations, provide hands-on skill building with current technology and equipment, engage the community and culminate with high-profile public events. Bachelor’s degree in the arts or equivalent experience

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Full-time (40 hours per week) Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday, 1 - 9 p.m.
Apply Online at www.bgcm.org

Digital Arts Mentor | Boys and Girls Club of Central MN
Under general supervision of the Unit Director, the Digital Arts Mentor is responsible for the development, direction and management of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota’s Youth Digital Arts program, including digital music, video production and photography. The Digital Arts Mentor will design and implement a rich digital music production program focused on youth-designed music and relevant pop culture styles and themes, as well as video production and photography. The Digital Arts Mentor will shape the program with active, real-time influence and input of youth participants on program content and approach. Programming must hold youth to high expectations, provide hands-on skill building with current, professional technology, engage key stakeholders and culminate with high-profile public events.

The Digital Arts Mentor has demonstrated knowledge of Apple products, including Garage Band and other video and photography editing apps on apple, use of midi keyboards and other audio engineering equipment.
Part-time, hourly, 20 hours per week Three days per week during Club programs, Monday through Friday, 3 - 9 p.m. during school year & noon – 6 p.m. during summer
Hourly wage is $13.95

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Apply online at https://www.bgcmn.org/careers/

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Springboard for the Arts - Job Board
The Job Book announces openings sent to Springboard for the Arts from arts-friendly organizations and companies, primarily in Minnesota.


Americans for the Arts Job Bank - jobbank.artsusa.org
Have you used the Americans for the Arts Job Bank this month? It's a free service and links you to jobs in the arts as well as other regional, local, and discipline-based job banks from across the country. Post your job or resume today. You may also purchase job ads for inclusion in the Monthly Wire. E-mail the managing editor at info@artsusa.org for more information.

To Post a Job Listing, email Job description, documents, or links to melissa@centralmnartsboard.org