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Call for Gallery Exhibit Submissions
The Thomases Family Endowment of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation Art Gallery is located in the main hall of Jewish Community Center of Youngstown, on the first floor adjacent to the multi-purpose room. The gallery hosts 6-7 exhibitions per year, highlighting the work of regional artists. Each exhibition runs for approximately 6 weeks, with an artist reception at the beginning of each show. At least one exhibition per year focuses on a Jewish cultural connection.
The Thomases Gallery Exhibitions Committee reviews proposals for exhibitions several times per year, and artists are encouraged to apply at any time. Submission of materials does not constitute automatic acceptance into programming. The curator and exhibitions committee reserve the right to selection of artists, and their artwork, based on quality and display requirements.
Eligibility is open to artists 18 years or older. Interested artists should send an artist statement, resume or curriculum vitae, 4 or more images (JPG or PDF), and an image list indicating title, dimensions, medium, and date to email@example.com. Posted 6.8.17
Call for Teaching Artists
The Trumbull Art Gallery seeks teaching artists in the visual arts. To submit a proposal click here or call 330 395-4876. Posted 5.30.17
Youngstown Playhouse – Youth Theatre Classes
The Youngstown Playhouse Youth Theatre will hold a Fall session of classes for six Saturdays, September 30-November 4.
Children in grades 1-3, may enroll in “Imagination Station!,” a creative drama class, led by instructor Joanna Andrei. The class will include theatre games, stage skills, and creative movement, while working to develop the imagination, self-confidence and self-expression. Class time is 10-11 a.m.
Instructor Patricia Fagan will conduct “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night!,” for students in grades 4 -6. The class teaches the basics of acting, through the use of classic theatre games and improvisational exercises. Students will then use those skills in the creation, rehearsal and performance of their own mystery story. Class time is 10-11 a.m. The course stresses self-esteem, critical thinking and working together.
“So, You Want to Be an Actor!” is designed for students in grades 7-12, and will be taught by instructor Jeanine Rees. The class will include stage skills, auditioning techniques, beginning improvisation and scene work. Class time is 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. The course is aimed at both the beginning actor and those with some experience.
Classes will have a work sharing performance on the last day for families and friends. The cost is $75 per student, with discounts available for siblings. Some scholarship assistance is available for qualifying students. Enrollment is limited.
For registration and further information, call the Playhouse at (330) 788-8739. Posted 9.29.17
Part-Time Organist & Choir Director-St. James’ Episcopal Church Boardman, Ohio
We seek a part-time, salaried organist and choir director. Qualifications preferred: Degree in music; Proficient Organ skills; Experience with liturgical worship; Good collaborator. Responsibilities: Coordinate with clergy in planning & preparing of music for liturgies; Provide Organ/Piano prelude & postlude, accompaniment for hymns; Rehearse & direct adult choir Sept-Pentecost; Provide occasional musical opportunities for children to participate in liturgy. Compensation: Starting $13,000/year. Vacation: Four Sundays & Christmas Day. Opportunity to provide private lessons at the church.
Send resume and cover letter to: St. James’ Episcopal Church/Attn: Music Search Team/7640 Glenwood Ave./Boardman, OH 44512/330-758-2727. Interviews will begin August 1. www.stjamesboardman.com. Posted 7.14.17
Call for Artists: Donations for SMARTS Fundraiser
Art for SMARTS 2017 will take place on Saturday, October 21 and we need your help! We are reaching out to artists to ask you to consider donating one or more pieces of your art for our sale. Our goal is to acquire 100 (or more!) original works that will be sold at this event. Each piece will be sold for $100 or less with a minimum of $30. All contributing artists will be recognized in the event catalog/program and press materials. Posted 9.4.17
Calls for Volunteers/Donations
McKinley Memorial Library is seeking volunteers to work at the McKinley Birthplace Home and Research Center as tour guides. Volunteers will lead guided tours of the McKinley Birthplace Home and be expected to answer questions about the life and times of President McKinley. Training will be provided for all volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Michelle Alleman at 330-652-1704 ext. 7204, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Posted 6.2.17