IS Projects is currently accepting applications for our Studio Fellowship. Fellows should hold at least a Bachelor's degree and a strong interest in arts administration, gallery coordination, and creative event planning. This immersive experience provides professional development and leadership opportunities through first hand exposure to the management of a grassroots arts organization. Working directly alongside ISP director, staff, studio interns, and other members of South Florida’s creative community studio fellows will take on meaningful responsibilities and contribute independently to projects and studio programming. Fellows can expect to leave the program with an in-depth understanding of the multifaceted nature of ISP as a collaborative print studio, gallery, and business. Flexibility, curiosity, determination, and a good sense of humor are a must!
Fellows can expect to learn:
- Grant writing skills
- How to plan and execute creative events
- Maintaining and running an efficient fine arts print studio and business
- How to work in a collaborative arts environment
- How to manage time and resources effectively
- Exhibition management
2017 Fellows will aid in the presentation of Small Press Fair 2017 (SPF’17). Responsibilities include managing exhibitor applications and correspondences, creating content for social media, assisting with fundraising and satellite events, organizing volunteers, and keeping event database up to date.
Fellows will be expected to:
- Assist with grant writing and fundraising applications for the studio and studio based programming
- Attend local and regional events to network as an ambassador for ISP (Car and driver's license required)
- Work with gallery coordinator to produce critical writing on shows and visiting artists for website, as well as produce written content about ISP such as mission and vision statements
- Aid in the organization of special projects and events associated with ISP
- Create content for studio and event social media outlets
- Maintain and organize ISP online file database through GoogleDrive, such as budget, calendar, applications, etc.
- Conduct research on fundraising and collaboration opportunities, community outreach, events, and logistical planning
- Interact and network with studio patrons, visitors, and clients during shop hours and at events like monthly Art Walk
This fellowship totals 120 hours and is subsidized with a stipend
To apply please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org