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ActNow Foundation, Inc.

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Experienced, grass-roots independent film and theater not-for-profit dedicated to African and African-American stories seeks new staff as it emerges from the challenges of the last few years.

1. Theater Director- Direct theater programming of company (monologue slams, 1-act showcases, readings, plays). Some experience required. Open to recent graduates.

2. Assistant Film Program Director- Assist Film Program Director with film acquisitions and screenings for festivals and other exhibition events.

2. Managing Director's Assistant- Assistant with the organization and management of company and its programs including operational, administrative, social media, and marketing.

Positions to start are non-paid but an excellent opportunity for experience and to learn with a reputable company.

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About ActNow Foundation, Inc.

Location:

138 S OXFORD STREET, BROOKLYN, NY 11217, US

Mission Statement

ActNow Foundation is a theater and film company which focuses its energies on uplifting the minority experience in this country. By providing a home for ethnically and racially diverse artists, we take audiences on a journey that enriches their cultural understandings. Through its New Voices in Arts & Media programming, the foundation delves into stories about race, love, family, cultural differences, self-empowerment, the corporate world, and the toils and aspirations of the working, middle and upper classes. Through these stories, ActNow shows that although human life experiences can be very different, we all share the same human struggle for survival, and no matter what our race or creed, we are all one.

Description

A non-profit 501(c)(3) theater and film company.

Arts & Culture
Media & Broadcasting
Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

South Oxford Space138 S. Oxford St.5CBrooklyn, NY 11217

(40.68513,-73.9735)
 

SKILLS

  • Administrative Support
  • Exhibition Arts
  • Visual Arts
  • Program Management
  • Arts Administration
  • Data Entry

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • 12-15 hrs per week; what's needed to complete a project
  • Hard work, dedication

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