Wednesday, July 22, 2009

**Creative Alliance MovieMakers July E-News Digest**

All Creative Alliance events take place at the Creative Alliance 3134 Eastern Ave, 21224
Info and tix/registration: 410-276-1651
Fri Jul 10
CAmm Indie Premiere
Lessons Learned (Young, 2009)
Baltimore’s gay-indie-horror production team Kubla Khan follow up their debut teensploitation with a psychological creeper. (Don’t worry, there’s still gore!) Justin Bishop is a gay journalist with a dark past. His obsession with a rash of serial killings sends him down a dangerous path of paranoia, nightmares, and hallucinations. Co-producer AJ Hyde co-stars. 8pm. $10, $8 mbrs, stus, cast & crew. Check out our interviews w/ Kalima and AJ on the blog!

CAmm Cage Happy Hour Talks
2nd Mondays: Jul 13, Aug 10
Free Natty Boh, pizza, networking, and a demo! Plus discount coupon for your next rental! Visit the CAmm Cage & Media Lab, have a beer, munch on pizza, meet some folks, and learn something new! Jul 13: Promote w/ Facebook w/ Kristen Anchor; Aug 10: 10 Tips for Shooting DV w/ Jaimes Mayhew. 6-7pm. FREE!

Tue Jul 14
Intro To Mac
Take a spin on the iMacs in the CAmm Media lab and learn basic Mac functions: effective file management, using external drives, burning CDs/DVDs, shortcuts and keystrokes, iLife and Pro software tour. ake a spin on the iMacs in the CAmm Media lab and learn basic Mac functions: effective file management, using external drives, burning CDs/DVDs, shortcuts and keystrokes, iLife and Pro software tour. Instr Nick Prevas. 7-8:30pm. $10, $5 mbrs Adv reg required.

CAmm A/V Cart
Creative Alliance’s newest screen for film, video, and time-based art! Look for the CAmm A/V Cart parked under the stairs in the main lobby.

Jun 26–Aug 15
Termite TV: Water and Food
Curated by Termite TV Collective
Termite TV is a collective of media makers based in Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Baltimore producing programs around themes such as WAR, TERROR, DEMOCRACY, WATER and FOOD. The programs have been broadcast by Free Speech TV and screened at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, MOMA, Hallwalls, and the Athens International Film Festival. WATER and FOOD, their most recent, are parts one and two of a trilogy about the basic necessities of human life, including video of Errol Webber’s Edible Estates project produced by Baltimore’s Contemporary Museum. Termite TV artists are: Dorothea Braemer, Carl Lee, Meg Knowles, Michael Kuetemeyer, A.Q. Quintero, Joanna Raczynska, Deborah Rudman, Anula Shetty and guests.

Funding Ops
National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) Fund for the Arts - Grants of $2,500-$10,000 to support Latino working artists and ensembles and small and mid-sized Latino arts and cultural organizations. Must be NALAC member (individual membership: $35/year; organizational memberships start at $60/year) and individual artists must be 18 or older. Submit in English or Spanish. Eligible artist disciplines: Dance, Interdisciplinary Arts, Literary Arts, Media Arts, Multidisciplinary Arts, Music, Performance Art, Theatre Arts, Visual Arts. See website for guidelines and application procedure. Elisa Gonzales, Grant Program Manager, NALAC Fund for the Arts, 1208 Buena Vista St., San Antonio, TX 78207, T: (210) 432-3982, FAX: (210) 432-3934,, Deadline: July 13, 2009
Native American Public Telecommunications (NAPT) Public Television Program Fund - NAPT welcomes proposals for projects in all stages, awarding $10,000-$25,000 for research and development and up to $100,000 for production and completion. Eligible genres include documentary, performance, cultural/public affairs, animation, and more. Projects must be intended for national public TV broadcast. Criteria include quantity and quality of Native American participation in creative, technical, and advisory personnel, and power of finished program to illuminate the Native American experience through public TV. NAPT funds are not intended to cover all expenses; successful projects should leverage NAPT's investment to raise additional funds. Applicants must be 21 or older, and must be U.S. citizens or legal residents. Applicants also must have previous TV or filmmaking experience. Submit 9 copies, including original, of application form (available on website), and all requested materials. Shirley Sneve, Public Television Program Fund, Native American Public Television, 1800 N. 33rd St., Lincoln, NE 68503, T: (402) 472-0208,, Deadline: July 15, 2009
Abu Dhabi Film Commission - Shasha Grant - International screenwriting and pitch competition designed to identify, develop and launch the careers of outstanding filmmakers. The program exposes emerging filmmakers to high-level industry decision makers and facilitates financing for talented writers and directors from around the world. Finalists will be invited to Abu Dhabi to attend The Circle Conference and participate in all events. Finalists are paired with industry executives to brainstorm to create and refine pitch strategies for the 6 chosen projects. Each finalist pitches their project to a selection jury comprised of industry insiders for evaluation. The winning filmmaker will receive a $100,000 production grant and a first look deal with Imagenation, Abu Dhabi's billion-dollar film fund. All projects must fulfill one or more of the following criteria: the subject matter is set in the Middle East or North Africa; one of the key members (writer, producer, or director) is Emirati or a resident of the Middle East or of Middle Eastern or North African descent; the project is to be filmed in the UAE. Additional guidelines: open to teams of a writer and director or writer and producer who have completed a short, feature, or documentary film that was awarded a prize, has been screened at an international film festival or has had a broadcast commission. Writers may not have more than 2 produced feature screenplays; directors may not have directed more than one feature film. Projects should be presented in English. Projects must be a completed feature screenplay or feature documentary project. See website for full guidelines and application procedures. NO FEE. Abu Dhabi Film Commission, Shash Grant, P.O. Box 2380, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, T: +971 02 417 7444, FAX: +971 02 443 6076,, Deadline: July 15, 2009
Global Film Initiative Production Grants - Production grants of up to $10,000 each to filmmakers whose work exhibits artistic excellence, authentic self-representation, and accomplished storytelling. Supports completion of film production and post-production costs for feature-length (longer than 60 minutes) films. Does not support shorts or documentaries. Films may be in pre-production, poduction, or post-production, and must have substantial production funding in place. Accepts applications from countries in the following regions: Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East (excluding Iran), Asia (excluding Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan), and Oceania (excluding Australia and New Zealand). See website for guidelines and application procedures. NOTE: No phone calls. The Global Film Initiative, 145 Ninth St., #105, San Francisco, CA 94103, FAX: (415) 934-9501,, Deadline: July 15, 2009
Cinereach Film Fellowship (August, 2009-March 2010) - 6-month program that supports 4 young filmmakers with a $5,000 grant, resources, and industry mentors who help guide their short films through all stages of production. Fellows also receive production support from sponsors, workshops, career coaching, and industry exposure. Industry judges will award an additional $5,000 to the most outstanding film of the 4, which will also screen at Cinereach's annual Reach Out event in the spring. Cinereach is seeking artful films that depict underrepresented perspectives, cross cultural boundaries, and promote dialogue. Open to filmmakers who completed film studies programs in 2008 or 2009. Self-taught filmmakers may also apply, but are advised to discuss their eligibility with Cinereach staff before submitting an application. Applicants must also be able to reside in the New York Tri-State area from August, 2009 through April, 2010 to meet the fellowship requirements. Application forms available on website. The Reach Film Fellowship, c/o Cinereach Ltd., 27 W. 24th St., Suite 200, New York, NY 10010, Deadline: July 15, 2009
General Mills Foundation's Celebrating Communities of Color Grants - Awards grants of $10,000 to nonprofit organizations in the 7-county Minneapolis-St. Paul Twin Cities metro area that are serving communities of color. Awards are for project support only (no operating or capital support). Arts and Cultre category supports innovative performing arts and cultural programs as evidenced through innovation, program quality, and contribution to community. NOTE: Application must be completed online (see website). General Mills Foundation Celebrating Communities of Color Grants Program, T: (763) 764-2211, FAX: (763) 764-4114,, Deadline: July 15, 2009
National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) Transnational Cultural Remittances (TRC) Project - Grants from $2,000-$20,000 to strengthen the exchange of art and culture between communities linked by people's migration from one country to another. Funds exemplary cultural exchange projects that support grassroots artistic and cultural practices and strengthen social networks across national boundaries in migrant communities. Eligible projects must demonstrate an ongoing connection between 2 or more of the following countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, and the United States. Open to individual artists and non-profit organizations in any of these countries that are creating ongoing cultural exchange between disparate communities through work for human rights, social justice, and economic empowerment. These exchanges may be in person or electronic, but must be reciprocal and must extend cultural knowledge across borders. Grant period is from September 1, 2009-August 31, 2010. Grants are available for specific projects, i.e. community festivals featuring transnational arts and culture, or for planning, i.e. developing or documenting transnational artistic collaborations. NOTE: Application must be submitted partially online, through website, and partially by regular mail. See website for full guidelines and application procedure. NALAC/TCR Program, 1208 Buena Vista, San Antonio, TX 78207,, Deadline: July 24, 2009
Independent Television Service (ITVS) Open Call - Providing finishing funds for single public TV programs from independent U.S. producers on any subject, from any viewpoint, in any genre except fiction. Projects must have begun production as evidenced by a work-in-progress tape, and must be possible to complete within 1 year of contract. There is no maximum or minimum cut-off for funding amount, but Open Call funds must be the last needed for completion of the project. See website for complete guidelines and application procedure. Karim Ahmad, Programming Coordinator, Independent Television Service (ITVS), 651 Brannan St., Suite 410, San Francisco, CA 94110, T: (415) 356-8383 ext. 259, FAX: (415) 356-8391,, Receipt Deadline: July 31, 2009


CAmm Member Announcements and Updates!
New DVD, “Discovering Maryland Wines with John DiTomasso”
Maryland has wineries? Yes, it surely does! In making "Discovering Maryland Wines," we attempted to address the most commonly asked questions about wine and winemaking in a compact, 57-minute video. We visited six of the approximately 30 commercial wineries in the state of Maryland to capture the whole wine cycle, from harvesting to bottling to pruning. We interviewed Kevin Atticks, Executive Director of the Maryland Wineries Association, and key people from Linganore Winecellars (the largest winery in the state), Boordy Vineyards (the oldest and next largest), Basignani Winery, Deep Creek Cellars, Fridays Creek Winery, and Loew Vineyards. The video begins with our interviewer John DiTomasso asking Kevin Atticks, “Are these wines good?” Might as well get that question out of the way right away! Discussions include pairing wine with food; proper glasses to use; fermenting in stainless steel tanks and in oak barrels; how aging in barrels affects the wine; what constitutes a dry wine, a sweet wine; how long reds and whites last in the bottle; storing wine; the best stoppers or closures to use; the optimal weather for growing grapes; and dealing with hungry "Critters" that want to share in the harvest.
A preview of "Discovering Maryland Wines”:

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Calls for Entry + Residencies

Zero Film Festival - LA and NYC (December 1-15, 2009, Los Angeles, CA, and New York, NY) - Festival that screens exclusively self-financed films and helps under-represented filmmakers gain exposure, distribution, and financing. Selected films from the festival will go on to tour the East and West Coasts. Seeking original and innovative films that are completely self-financed in the following categories: Feature (over 45 minutes; narratives, documentaries, and everything in between; open to all genres), Short (under 45 minutes; narrative or documentary; all genres), Experimental (especially interested in progressive experimental films), Animation, and Music Video. FEE: $15-$135. Zero Film Festival - LA and NYC, P.O. Box 25616, Brooklyn, NY 11202, T: (206) 697-4821,, Deadline: July 1, 2009 (early), September 1, 2009 (regular), October 1, 2009 (late), October 15, 2009 (extended, via

*Alliance of Women Filmmakers Script Competition** (Formerly Reel Women Script Competition) - Seeks to advance the careers of women writers who help create more diverse and powerful roles for women. 5 finalists and one winner will be chosen in each category, Feature and Short. All finalists will receive a script critique and passes to the film festival to be held in March. FEE: $30-$65. Alliance of Women Filmmakers Script Competition, 1317 N. San Fernando Blvd. #340, Burbank, CA 91504, T: (818) 749-6162,, Deadline: July 15, 2009 (early), August 15, 2009 (regular), September 15, 2009 (late), September 30, 2009 (extended, via
Indie Can Film Festival (October 1-4, 2009, Woodbridge, ON, Canada) - Aims to showcase the world of independent, no-budget or small-budget commercial cinema - films made by committed filmmakers working outside of mainstream channels of production and distribution. There is no selection process; all submitted films will be screened (with the exception of films deemed pornographic). Screenings are free to the public. Screening slots are limited; no more films will be accepted after all slots are filled. Seeking films in the following categories: Feature (51-120 minutes), Mid-Length (16-50 minutes), Short (1-15 minutes), and Music Video. FEE: $25-$135. Indie Can Film Festival, 27 Roytec Road, Unit 3, Woodbridge, ON L4L 8E3, Canada, T: (647) 883-6859,, Deadline: July 15, 2009 (regular), July 31, 2009 (late)
Savannah International Animation Festival (February 5-6, 2010, Savannah, GA) - Festival of Animation. Seeking entries from independent, professional, and student filmmakers in the following categories: Stop Motion Animation, Computer Animation, Traditional Animation, Experimental Animation, Television Animation, Web Animation, Gaming Animation, Visual Effects, Animatronics, and Student Animation. Prizes will be awarded in multiple categories. FEE: $0-$45. Savannah International Animation Festival, P.O. Box 30535, Savannah, GA 31410, T: (912) 414-3863,, Deadline: July 15, 2009 (early), September 15, 2009 (regular), November 15, 2009 (late), December 1, 2009 (extended, via
L.A. Center for Digital Art "DigitalArt.LA" Exposition (August 13-September 5, 2009, Los Angeles, CA) - Seeking all styles of artwork and photography in which digital processes of any kind were integral to their creation: digital art stills of any kind, digital photography, short experimental time-based video, video loops, mobile media, interactive media, and internet art. Selected winners will be exhibited as the central focus of the "DigitalArt.LA" exposition in a large group exhibit at the LACDA gallery. Video winners will also be screened at the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles. The show will be widely promoted and will include a reception for the artists. NOTE: Online registration only. No phone calls. FEE: $30. L.A. Center for Digital Art, 107 West Fifth St., Los Angeles, CA 90013,, Deadline: July 20, 2009
A Night of Horror International Film Festival (March 25-April 3, 2010, Beecroft, NSW, Australia) - Dedicated to screening and promoting the work of independent filmmakers working in the horror genre from both Australia and abroad. Seeking films in the following categories: Horror Feature, Horror Short (45 minutes or under), H.P. Lovecraft Inspired Short Film (45 minutes or under), Horror Themed Music Video, Feature Horror Screenplay (45-130 pages), and Short Horror Screenplay (under 45 pages). FEE: $15-$70 Australian. A Night of Horror International Film Festival, P.O. Box 143, Beecroft, NSW 2119, Australia, T: +61 2 9482 4019,, Deadline: July 31, 2009 (early), October 2, 2009 (regular), December 18, 2009 (late), December 31, 2009 (extended, via
Paranoia Horror and Sci-Fi Convention and Film Festival (March 12-14, 2010, Long Beach, CA) - Held aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA. Seeking Horror and Sci-Fi submissions in the following categories: Screenplay (75 pages minimum), Trailer (10 seconds-3 minutes), Short Film (1-59 minutes), Feature (60 minutes or longer), Documentary (60 minutes or longer), and Music Video (1-59 minutes). FEE: $0-$75. Paranoia Horror and Sci-Fi Convention and Film Festival, 137 N. Larchmont Blvd. #139, Los Angeles, CA 90004,, Deadline: July 31, 2009 (early), October 31, 2009 (regular), November 30, 2009 (late), December 31, 2009 (extended, via
Experimental Television Center (September, 2009 - January, 2010, Owego, NY) - Residencies of 3-5 days average, though requests for longer stays will be considered. Supports projects which approach media as a contemporary electronic and cinematic art form. Artists have unlimited access to the media library and the imaging system, which includes G-4 and G-5 computers, custom built equipment by media artists, new and vintage analog audio and video processors and synthesizers, editing software, and dozens of other tools that encourage artists to explore boundaries and intersections in works ranging from narrative and documentary to more experimental forms, including performative media and work for the web. Artists will have the opportunity to display work through museum and gallery exhibitions, as well as through cable, broadcast, and on the web. Artists must have prior experience in video production or with other electronic systems. Application process is informal; provide a project description (with an indication of the ways in which you would like to use the imaging system), a resume (indicating your knowledge of equipment operation), a requested 5-day period for stay, and a tape sample (DV, 3/4", or VHS) of recent works. Residency provides housing (if needed) and access to studio, as well as instruction in using equipment. Artist is responsible for travel, meals, and residency fee ($100 each 5 days). Artists may bring production assistants or other crew. NO FEE. Experimental Television Center, 109 Lower Fairfield Rd., Newark Valley, NY 13811, T: (607) 687-4341,, Deadline: July 15, 2009

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Swing Space (November 2009-July 2010, New York, NY) - Works with downtown building owners to make vacant space available to artists, curators, and arts organizations for the development and presentation of new projects in the visual and performing arts. Encourages creative, experimental and collaborative approaches to artistic practice in unconventional spaces. Recommended projects are matched with vacant spaces as they become available. Applications are accepted for development space, presentation space, and office space for projects in the visual and performing arts. Projects are placed in spaces from 1-6 months, depending on project needs and space availability. Spaces are varied in nature, and have included raw office floors, finished offices, ground floor retail storefronts, and basement bank vaults, in varying states of condition. Limited access to equipment may be available. LMCC will publicize Swing Space projects on their website. Visual and performing artists and curators must have at least 3 years of experience working at a professional level in their field; arts or cultural organizations must have 501(c)(3) non-profit status or fiscal sponsorship. Applicants do not need to be based in New York; however, artists should be within commuting distance for the duration of the project, and must be able to accept a space on short notice (i.e. 1 month). Housing not provided. NOTE: Applications must be submitted partially online and partially by mail; see website for complete guidelines and procedures. NO FEE. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, 125 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038, (212) 219-9401, FAX: (212) 219-2058, Receipt Deadline: July 17, 2009
Yaddo (October, 2009-May, 2010, Saratoga Springs, NY) - Residencies of an average of 5 weeks for writers, filmmakers, media artists, visual artists, and performing artists working at the professional level in their fields. Facilities include dance/choreography studios, exhibition/installation spaces, and performing arts space. Residency provides housing, meals, studio, travel assistance, and materials stipend. Artists responsible for additional materials or travel costs. NOTE: Applications must be submitted by regular mail. See website for guidelines. FEE: $20. Yaddo, P.O. Box 395, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, T: (518) 584-0746, FAX: (518) 584-1312,, Deadline: August 1, 2009
Montana Artists Refuge (through May 2010, Basin, MT) - Residencies between 1-3 months for national and international artists in all disciplines. Housing and studio provided. Artists responsible for food, travel, materials, and residency fee ($450-$550) plus deposit ($200). Artists are encouraged to engage in community outreach. Full scholarships available to Montana American-Indian artists; additional one-month scholarships are available (contact organization for more details). Application available on website. NO FEE. Montana Artists Refuge, 101&103 Basin St. P.O. Box 8, Basin, MT 59631, T: (406) 225-3500, FAX: (406) 225-3500,, Receipt Deadline: August 15, 2009

Crew/Casting Calls

Application Instructions
How do you go from struggling, emerging or even semi-established artist to selling a complete show for $198 million? It’s a big art world out there, but maybe this is one place to start!
Magical Elves (Peabody Award-winning Project Runway, Emmy Award-winning Top Chef) and Sarah Jessica Parker (Golden Globe- and Emmy Award-winner) and her production company, Pretty Matches, are teaming up for an hour-long creative competition series among aspiring contemporary artists who will create and compete to conquer the art world!
If you’re an emerging or mid-career artist with a unique, powerful voice that demands a bigger stage – well. . . Here. It. Is.
We want contemporary artists. Your medium could be one of many (or several of many) – painting, sculpture, installation, video, photography, mixed-media – we want voices that believe in their art and want the world to know.
Attend one of our four regional casting calls around the country and we will consider you for participation in this groundbreaking show.
Casting Calls for The Untitled Art Project are as follows:
Saturday, July 11 & Sunday, July 12, 10 AM – 2 PM
Tuesday, July 14, 10 AM – 2 PM
Fredric Snitzer Gallery
Thursday, July 16, 10 AM – 2 PM
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sullivan Galleries, 33 State Street
Saturday, July 18 & Sunday, July 19, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
White Columns

(IMPORTANT: See below and attached for what you must bring to the open call.)
1. Please fill out the APPLICATION legibly, using dark colored ink. If you run out of space answering any question, please attach additional pages and reference the question(s) you are answering on such additional pages.
2. You must fill out the entire application. Do not leave any question unanswered. If any question is not applicable to you, write N/A in the space provided, or if no space is provided, next to the question. Failure to answer any question may be grounds for not considering your application.
3. Please write only on the printed side of the paper, but feel free to attach additional sheets if necessary.
4. PLEASE, take your time and answer completely and honestly. When you are done, please sign and bring the completed application, (along with additional elements listed below), to one of our open casting calls (Go to for dates and information).
Thank you for your time and effort and GOOD LUCK!
Signature Enterprises is looking for one main model/actor for an upcoming
commercial to be shot in mid August. We are looking for a multi racial or
Spanish female who is very attractive. She must have little to know
eyebrows since this is a commercial for an eyebrow product. We will be
paying $500.00 flat rate. You must be at least 5 ft. 7inches with a slim
built. For more information contact Kat at

Please include resume and one full body shot and one head shot.
Also send one untouched image of yourself so that we can see
your eyebrows. Thank you and good luck.



Looking for an experienced storyboard artist to collaborate with our
Director and create
boards for our entire independent feature project.

This is a fully paid position – I'm NOT looking for students, but
professionals with prior feature credits.

As this is an independent lower budget project the compensation will
be in the median
pay range for the position and the right individual.

Be sure to email your RESUME, and LINKS to your website or examples of
your work asap to:

Dale Winsor Tanguay
Line Producer, Post Supervisor
Director: Jon. I am producing a NON-UNION, no/low budget short HDV a
nd am in need of three actors, each for complex and challenging roles,
for two untitled shorts.

The shoot will be for one day, tentatively either Saturday July 25 or Sunday
July 26. The location is York, PA. If needed, I am willing to car pool
(provide transportation) for the actors to and from the location. I can
afford to pay a modest $50 to each actor. In addition, food, credit, and
copy of the final movie will be provided. Each actor must sign a release form.

This short will be submitted to regional film festivals with the potentiality
of an Imdb listing.

Chesapeake Arts Center
194 Hammonds Lane Brooklyn Park,
Maryland 21225 | 410-636-6597

Please contact Jon, at
or 443-878-3180

The MultiMedia Systems Specialist will be responsible for the integration of multi-media into the design and development of online courses. Working to meet faculty needs in AAP, the position will coordinate and develop multimedia projects for online delivery to students, assist in the implementation of other multi-media technologies, and perform a multitude of differing and immediate responsibilities as new technology is adopted. The successful candidate will provide leadership in the artistic and visual design and usability of online multimedia resources. Incumbent must remain current about advances in technology and research about online multimedia in a teaching environment, and recommend and implement new formats, technology, and integrations.
This position will entail designing and developing multimedia projects including but not limited to graphics, animations, audio narrated PowerPoint presentations, audio recordings, video presentations, screen captures, and simulations. The successful candidate will provide hands on technical expertise in multimedia development, and will be actively capturing, editing, and rendering video, audio, and other media into streaming multimedia using Adobe products such as Premier. Will also utilize other products, formats, and platforms, such as online conferencing software and screen capture technology, to produce educational multimedia.
More Info:
Post date: June 26, 2009
Young Audiences of Maryland a non-profit art education organization manages two after-school programs in Baltimore city. Both are public schools which accept applicants city-wide and expose students to various art forms. Applicant will be working with either junior high or high school students. We are particularly interested in: music, theater, poetry, hip-hop, step dance or media instructors.
The Teaching Artist will:
Plan and implement a 15 week syllabus. Teach one class of up to 25 students at one or our after-school sites. Assist with set-up and/or break-down of materials, etc. before/after class (3:15 set-up/5:00 breakdown). Plan, order, and prepare materials required for the course. Provide one-on-one assistance with students, review concepts and techniques, etc. Participate everyday that program takes place. Tues, Weds, Thurs 3:45-4:45 or Weds 1:30-4:30. Assist with coordination of final student showcase – at the end of each semester.
Teaching Artists will be compensated at a rate of $65.00 per class + mileage
Teaching assistants also needed for those wishing to gain teaching experience: Compensation $13-$17/hr
Please send cover letter and resume to:

Post date: June 12
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum seeks an experienced Public Programs Coordinator responsible for developing and facilitating an array of artistic, cultural and educational programs, events and activities that enhance the learning and participation of museum members, school groups, scholars, and the general public.

Undergraduate degree (required); graduate degree (preferred) in a discipline or related field of history, arts and humanities, education, or museum studies. A minimum of two (2) years of relevant experience in a museum, school, university, or non-profit center. Candidates must have a record of successfully executed programs: demonstrate interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral; and multi-task.
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. State benefits package.
Send cover letter, resume, 3 professional references, and work samples to:; mail to: MAAMC, 830 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Attn: Human Resources; fax to: (410) 333-1138, Attn: Human Resources.
Post date: May 29
The Johns Hopkins University Digital Media Center (DMC) will be looking to fill two part time Multimedia Artist positions - one with an emphasis on video production and the other emphasizing graphics, animation, and web design. In several weeks, the positions will appear online at
The DMC is a non-academic lab located on the Hopkins Homewood campus in the Mattin Arts Center. In addition to supporting students in their use of multimedia technology we develop extra-curricular programs that provide opportunities to integrate art and science. Please view our web site at
Multimedia Artist - Video Job Description:
Instruct students in video and multimedia technology through non-credit workshops and one-on-one mentoring. Set-up and maintain digital video equipment, organize special projects and events, participate in departmental multimedia collaborations. This 20-hour per week "casual" position requires some evening and weekend hours. The successful candidate will be encouraged to interact with the Baltimore-Washington digital arts community and to share connections and collaborations with JHU students.
Qualifications: MA, MFA, with emphasis in multimedia. Superior knowledge of digital video cameras, assorted lighting and audio-recording equipment. Superior knowledge of video work flow, editing, effects, and compression techniques. Familiarity with Dreamweaver, Photoshop, InDesign, Flash and other Adobe Creative Suite applications. Must be able to learn new technology independently. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to teach 1-on-1 and in small groups
Additional experience with circuit bending, interactivity, generative art, immersive installation, and gaming is a plus.
Multimedia Artist - Design, Web, and Animation Job Description:
Instruct students in video and multimedia technology through non-credit workshops and one-on-one mentoring. Organize special projects and events, participate in departmental multimedia collaborations. This 20-hour per week "casual" position requires some evening and weekend hours. The successful candidate will be encouraged to interact with the Baltimore-Washington digital arts community and to share connections and collaborations with JHU students.
Qualifications: MA, MFA, with emphasis in graphic design and multimedia. Superior knowledge of design for print, screen, and interactivity. Superior knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash/Action script, other Adobe Creative Suite applications. Working knowledge of a variety of web technologies and content management systems. Must be able to learn new technology independently. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to teach 1-on-1 and in small groups. Additional experience with 3-D modeling, circuit bending, interactivity, generative art, immersive installation, and gaming is a plus.

For more information, please email Joan Freedman, Director JHU Digital Media Center

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