Applications are invited for the following position at the Connecticut Office of the Arts, a division within the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development.

 

Program Associate 1

The Program Associate 1 reports to the Director of Culture and, as a key partner, works independently to support the grant-making, researching, and developing activities necessary to implement arts and cultural programs in a wide range of artistic areas. Use your knowledge of, and passion for, the arts and culture to promote programs and events that will encourage appreciation of artistic and cultural events.

 

Open To:  The Public Location: One Constitution Plaza, Hartford, Connecticut

 

Hours:  Full time, 40 hours per week

 

Salary:  $2,422.04 – $3,134.37 bi-weekly

 

Closing Date:  September 22, 2016 – applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m.

 

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Job Opportunities at Pantochino Productions Inc
Pantochino Productions Inc, a not-for-profit, professional theatre company for family audiences in Milford has three production positions available for it’s 2016/17 Season:
STAGE MANAGER. Non-Union. Stage manager will conduct rehearsal and performance duties for three-show season. Part time schedule with rehearsal hours evenings and weekends, and weekend performances. Organized, detail-oriented individual with great sense of humor and basic light board experience preferred.
SOUND ENGINEER. Sound engineer will set up and run sound cues for our three-show season as well as our Teen Theatre performances and other special events. Part time position. Weeknight evening rehearsals and weekend performances.
PRODUCTION INTERN . The Production Intern to work with us for the Fall 2016 season and possibly the Spring 2017 season. Intern will assist in the rehearsal process and participate in a myriad of duties during performances. This ‘part time’ internship is a great opportunity for college-aged individuals or anyone who would like to be involved in professional theatre production.
Those interested in these positions please email resume and cover letter to  Bert Bernardi, Producer c/o pantochino@gmail.com. Be sure to put the position you are seeking in the subject line.

Operations Associate
Long Wharf TheatreNew Haven, CT 06511

Long Wharf Theatre seeks a candidate for an Operations Associate to assist the Operations Manager in maintaining theatre facilities. Candidate should possess a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Responsibilities include: maintaining cleanliness of public areas, office areas, and theatre exterior/grounds such as snow removal and sanding, minor repairs, painting, fleet maintenance, performing set-up/clean-up for meetings/special events, office duties, and knowledge of HVAC and security systems. Driver’s License required; must be able to climb stairs, and lift 35lbs. Annual, Full-time, Hourly. Send cover letter, resume, and references: Human Resources, Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT 06511, fax: 203-776-2287. EOE.

Job Type: Full-time

Operations Assistant
Long Wharf TheatreNew Haven, CT 06511
Part-time

Long Wharf Theatre seeks a candidate for an Operations Assistant to assist the Operations Manager in maintaining theatre facilities. Candidate should possess a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Responsibilities include: maintaining cleanliness of public areas, office areas, and theatre exterior/grounds such as snow removal & sanding, performing set-up/clean-up for meetings/special events and alarming/disarming the building as needed. Must be able to climb stairs, and lift 35lbs. Annual, Part-time, 25-30/week, must be available nights and weekends. Send cover letter, resume, and references: Human Resources, Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT 06511, fax: 203-776-2287, EOE.

Job Type: Part-time

The Connecticut Gay Men’s Chorus is seeking adult male singers of all ages and orientations to join us for our 30th Anniversary Holiday Concert, Christmas Stories. Performance dates are December 17 and 18, 2016 in New Haven and rehearsals are Tuesday nights at 7:30 beginning September 13. Auditions will be held in New Haven on Tuesday, September 13 and Tuesday, September 20 beginning at 7 pm. No previous experience is necessary — even if you just enjoy singing along with the car radio, we encourage you to check us out. You don’t even have to be able to read music. Just commit to attend rehearsals every Tuesday evening from September through mid-December, and have a great time. Please prepare a song that showcases your talent; pianist will be provided. For more information and to schedule an audition time, please call 1-800-644-2462 or email info@ctgmc.org

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Summer’s Last Roar at the Peabody Museum
Saturday, August 27 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Free admission
Summer’s Last Roar is our annual end-of-summer free day, welcoming you with activities, door prizes and docent-guided tours of our 150th anniversary exhibition “Treasures of the Peabody.” Student-manned Sci.CARTS will be set up throughout the Museum where you can touch real fossils and engage in activities involving Geologic Time, Ancient Egypt, Rocks and Minerals, Connecticut Birds, and more. All our permanent and temporary exhibitions will be open. A craft activity will be offered for younger children.
“Treasures of the Peabody” features rare objects and extinct species–a remarkable record of life on Earth. See Pavlov’s drool collector; the first T.rex specimen ever discovered; Yale’s first microscope; specimens collected by Darwin on his HMS Beagle voyage; the rifle of Buffalo Bill Cody, O.C. Marsh’s first guide on his dinosaur hunting expeditions; and the Velociraptor from the Jurassic Park film series that was inspired by the Peabody’s Deinonychus, the raptor discovered by John Ostrom that confirmed the link between birds and dinosaurs.
The Goodspeed Musicals Marketing & Public Relations department offers an internship for someone with strong writing, computer and organizing skills for the Fall 2016 semester. Join us for an internship like no other! Flexible schedule, varied responsibilities, challenging and invigorating work. This can be a wonderful experience for a quick learner and willing worker who can work independently on several projects at once and be flexible about hours and duties as a member of the marketing, public relations and group sales team.  Visit www.goodspeed.org for more information on Goodspeed Musicals.
Duties include assistance with single ticket and subscription campaigns; writing/editing copy and design and layout of direct mail pieces and print ads; press release editing; maintaining the press and photo archives; poster and brochure distribution, updating the press and patron list database; assisting with creating audience surveys and new e-marketing concepts.  Intern must have his/her own transportation (mileage for company errands is reimbursed) and must be willing to work some evenings and weekends.
Requirements: Completion of at least freshman year of college, computer proficiency (Excel, Word, internet searching; some graphic design experience helpful). Candidates must have an interest in the performing arts and marketing. 15-20 hours per week.  Internships are unpaid but interns receive academic credit if desired and are eligible for invitations to cast parties and free tickets to Goodspeed and other area shows. Interns may also qualify for one-of-a-kind job/school recommendations, professional referrals, and community networking.
Email a cover letter and resume to Erin Lafferty, Education & Outreach Manager, at elafferty@goodspeed.org.  An in-person interview will be required of local candidates.

TRAFFIC ADVISORY – YALE FRESHMAN ARRIVALS – 8/26/16, 6AM – 6 PM – City of New Haven Notice

Street Closures, 6AM – 6PM

1. College St, Chapel St to Elm St
2. High St, Chapel St to Elm St

Scheduled Lane Reductions, 6AM – 6PM
1. South lane and bike lane, Elm St. York St. – College St., closed to traffic
2. North lane, Elm St. York St. – College St., closed to parking
3. North lane, Chapel St., College St to High St., closed to parking

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