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1.The School of Theatre, Television, and Film at San Diego State University is currently searching for a new faculty member for the position of Head of Acting. I wanted to let you know about this exciting leadership position in hopes that you will post this job announcement. We are looking for a solid educator who has experience in theatre as well as television and film.
The School of Theatre, Television, and Film (TTF) was established to create a community of artists in related fields and to build a cross-disciplinary curriculum for students. The primary goal of TTF is to provide superior undergraduate and graduate educations for a diverse body of students seeking careers in all areas of live theatre and the moving image arts.The Theatre program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree. On the graduate level, the Theatre program offers the Master of Arts degree as well as the Master of Fine Arts degrees in Musical Theatre and Design and Technical Theatre. The Television and Film program offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Television, Film, and Digital Media Production. On the graduate level, a Master of Arts degree in TFM is currently offered and an MFA is anticipated in the near future.The School seeks to strengthen the relationship between the disciplines of the moving image arts and live theatre through faculty whose specialties allow them to move easily between both areas of the School and a curriculum that is steadily increasing the number of interdisciplinary courses.More details about the position are available at http://theatre.sdsu.edu/
2. THEATRE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP (www.tcg.org), the national organization for the American not-for-profit theatre is searching for an ASSOCIATE in ARTISTIC PROGRAMS. The position is available immediately. Artistic Programs is responsible for administering TCG’s grant programs which award approximately $3 million annually, as well as artist related convenings, forums and special projects.The Associate will work closely with the Director to administer the MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program: Think It, Do It, a new grant program encouraging theatres to find creative solutions to current challenges. Candidates must be interested in researching/documenting innovations, technology and trends that will impact the theatre field. The Associate will also administer the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship Program and maintain updates on grant website pages.Responsibilities include coordinating the application process; selection and panel review; reporting; and recipient convenings. Candidates should have excellent communication and organizational skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, familiarity with MicroEdge GIFTS, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Contribute or Dreamweaver, a plus. Ability to multi-task, work independently and collaboratively, and attention to detail are essential. Position is full-time with benefits package.
Submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements by email, fax or mail to Casey Baltes, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs, Theatre Communications Group, 520 Eighth Ave., 24th Floor, New York, NY 10018-41156, fax 212-609-5901, cbaltes @ tcg. org. No phone calls please. EOE.