The Master Chorale of South Florida
Join the Master Chorale of South Florida and
sing Verdi, Beethoven and Brahms in the 2006-2007 season. Auditions will be
held Saturday, August 12. Call 954-418-6232 or e-mail
to schedule an appointment.
St. John's on the Lake First United Methodist Church
St. John's on the
Lake First United Methodist Church on Miami Beach is seeking an accomplished
musician to be its choir director. It is a part-time position. Choir rehearsals
are on Sunday mornings preceding the service. We are looking for someone who:
Will direct our adult choir.
Is comfortable with performing a variety of musical styles.
Is willing to work with the music coordinator and the organist to develop a
comprehensive music program that will include both vocal and instrumental
Will work with the music coordinator to coordinate music for special services.
Is able to accompany on piano (Preferred.)
Knows something about the liturgy of the church.
Is willing to help build community in our church.
Has positive energy.
Send resume and cover letter to:
St. John's on the Lake
First United Methodist Church
4760 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33140. Phone: 305-531-7166,
For more information about St. John’, visit
Part Time Dance Teacher
University of Miami, Department of Theatre Arts. Appointment August 15,
2006. The successful candidate will have a strong basis in ballet with good jazz
dance skills. Tap is desired. The person in this position teaches two classes in
Musical Theatre Dance. Classes are scheduled Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m.
to 6:15 p.m. A degree in Dance or equivalent professional experience and
training is required. Send letter of application, vita, and contact information
for three references to: Cristine Artamendi, Department of Theatre Arts,
University of Miami, Department of Theatre Arts, P.O. Box 248273, Coral Gables,
FL 33124. Phone: 205-284-4474. Fax: 305-284-5702. Email: Cristine Artamendi,
Curator of Exhibits
The Art and
Culture Center of Hollywood is currently seeking a Curator of Exhibitions.
Founded in 1975 as a private, non-profit, 501©(3) corporation, the Art and
Culture Center of Hollywood (ACCH) found its niche in South Florida’s art scene
by promoting contemporary, innovative artists and programs. The Art and Culture
Center provides adult and children’s visual and performing arts education;
thought-provoking, stimulating visual art exhibitions; and cutting-edge,
inspired contemporary dance, music and theater performances. For more about our
organization please visit
Title: Curator of Exhibitions
Location: Art and
Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida (ACCH)
Salary: $30-40,000 plus full benefit package
creating and cataloging art loan agreements, condition reports,
and facility reports;
overseeing Center’s permanent collection
researching and writing catalogues; exhibition text;
curating original exhibitions;
planning and organizing exhibition season;
negotiating loan items and evaluating contracts with lending
agencies and museums;
handling inquiries from researchers and the public;
budget planning and oversight for the exhibitions and programs
related to the exhibitions;
supervise and hire seasonal preparators;
oversee fabrication, installation, evaluation, and maintenance of
giving presentations to universities, board of directors,
and general public to advocate for
the exhibition programming;
conducting artist studio visits to evaluate artwork for
consideration in gallery;
assisting in the preparation of grant narratives and follow up
managing grant funded programs related to exhibitions;
assisting with the solicitation of corporate and individual
sponsorship for exhibitions
and special projects;
networking with other museum professionals and artists and
with the Center through collaborative
creating and implementing educational programming related to the
(i.e. artist talks, lectures, panel
discussions and workshops);
acting as an educator performing curator lead tours, art history
and professional development
building relationships with the media; organizing and distributing
press kits for
art critics; work with PR staff on
awareness of exhibition programs.
working closely with the marketing and membership departments to
to increase Center’s visibility in
acting as a liaison for the Art and Culture Center and community,
the importance of art;
seeking opportunities to expand programming beyond the Center’s
working with educational staff to help develop educational
programs related to
Minimum of four years curatorial experience required. MA or MFA degree in the
visual arts or related field preferred. Must be familiar with emerging artists
and directions in the breadth of contemporary art, and have noteworthy
curatorial experience. With the majority of its exhibitions curated in-house,
the curator will have the ability to develop original thematic and solo
exhibitions; write materials for wall panels, publications, related grants,
etc.; undertake speaking engagements; and collaborate with other departments.
Relocation expenses will not be reimbursed.
Please submit cover letter and resume by September 8, 2006
Tiffany Hill, Artistic Director, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650
Hollywood, FL 33020
No phone calls please
Adjunct Faculty Theatre Positions
Nova Southeastern University, Division of Humanities, is seeking adjunct
theatre instructors for the 2006-2007 academic year. Qualifications: MA, MFA,
PhD in theatre. Please e-mail CV or resumee to
Stage Manager Positions Available for Boca Raton
The Boca Raton Theatre Guild a non-profit
community theater, currently has stage manager openings for its production of
the musical She Loves Me, which opens January 26, 2007, and Neil
Simon’s Rumors, opening March 9, 2007. These are paid positions. For
further information please call 561-989-0496.
Mosaic Theatre Company
The Mosaic Theatre is
currently accepting résumés for their 2006-2007 season for the following
positions: Props Master/Designer, Scenic Designers, Costume Designers, Interns,
Scenic Artists, Electricians/Carpenters. Please submit all materials or
inquiries to Michael Heitzler:
Coffee House Theatre
Nothing is better than being in the company of theatre people if you like to
be on stage or back stage. Learn from the professionals and get your free Coffee
House T-shirt. Coffee House Theatre, a new kind of theatre in West Boca Raton,
needs volunteers who want to handle sound, lighting, work backstage, sets,
props, ushers and more. Next show Finian’s Rainbow in Concert.
Professional talent perform in our original musical reviews and concerts.
Located next to the Academics High School For The Arts, Sandalfoot Shopping
Plaza off 411, behind Mc Donalds, West Boca Raton. Call 561-488-9952.
is actively recruiting volunteers to launch several new initiatives. Assist
Mosaic Theatre in many different capacities. Please contact Michael Heitzler at
954-577-8243 or e-mail
Arts & Business Council
The Arts & Business Council needs volunteer to help get their database up to
speed. Work in our Miami Beach office on Meridian Avenue. Volunteers are needed
weekdays, hours are flexible between 8 a.m and 6 p.m., and should be familiar
with Access or Excel. The volunteer will receive free lunch when they volunteer
and a complementary membership in Arts Partners, valued at $250. For more
information, call 305-865-5583.
Conni Gordon Art Classes
Need two volunteers to help prepare for art lessons at various locations,
including the Miami Beach Library, Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, Cable Tap TV (Conni
Gordon Art Instruction Series; materials and records kept at 427 - 22 ST, Miami
Beach, 305 532-1001.)
Dates vary according to the scheduled activities. With
volunteers, we could conduct many more of our famed “Instant-Art” sessions, but
we are limited financially. We work with a 501(c)3 (The Knowledge College
people) but we have no staff—or finances—to develop and maintain grant
proposals, as much as the grant people wanted to help us this year.
Office help is needed to prepare for community services
rendered (13-week half-hour TV shows on Cable-Tap, for instance). We won the
Miami Herald Business Makeover last year, but no financial or business
person came to our rescue. All we got were constant requests for our successful
lessons, from condos, old age homes, etc.
For more information, visit
The PlayGround Theatre for Young Audiences
Volunteers are needed to distribute information, help with clerical duties
in the administrative office, assist with setup of promotional events and use
their imagination to market the company. Volunteers get free tickets to
performances. Office located at Shores Performing Arts Theater, 9806 NE 2nd
Avenue, Miami Shores. Call 305-751-9550 or toll free 888-635-7536.
Miami Performing Arts Center
MPAC and Embark on an
Miami Performing Arts Center
Central to the successful operation of any large performing
arts center is a dedicated volunteers team, and
Miami Performing Arts Center
is already putting together a corps of hard-working, arts-loving individuals who
will help the Center become one of the most important cultural institutions in
the Americas. Volunteers will play a leading role in making
MPAC a favorite venue for
patrons to experience the finest performances from around the world. As the
MPAC representatives with the
most direct contact with audience members, volunteers will know first-hand what
audiences are feeling and saying. That knowledge will be invaluable as the
Center does everything it can to ensure that the time these patrons spend at the
Center will be thrilling and memorable.
MPAC Volunteer Corps will be
a true reflection of our wonderfully diverse community, composed of a wide
variety of people with different backgrounds, assorted interests, and unique
Opportunities for volunteering at the Center encompass many
areas, from performing clerical duties in administrative offices during the day
to ushering at performances in the evenings.
MPAC will also be looking for
volunteers to provide concierge services, edit and translate documents, greet
visitors, check-in bags and umbrellas, serve on advocacy committees, and offer
counseling and mentoring to other volunteers. In an international city such as
Miami, knowing more than one language, while not a requirement for all volunteer
positions, is especially helpful.
To find out more about the many opportunities for
MPAC, please contact Evelyn
Gigiras at 305-579-7632 or