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Communications Coordinator

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SPLAB

  • 2 people are interested

SPLAB seeks a communications coordinator to work directly with the Founding Director to take meeting minutes and to help coordinate website and social media activities. Someone with an interest in poetry is preferred.

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About SPLAB

Location:

9030 Seward Park Av S 213, Seattle, WA 98118, US

Mission Statement

The Seattle Poetics LAB (SPLAB) works to reestablish poetry as a method for knowing self & place by engaging poets, writers and artists bioregionally in Cascadia to build community through shared experience of the spoken & written word. SPLAB supports: Poetry as a noetic practice allied with outsider traditions. A poetry of witness, deeply rooted to place. Organic form in all of its manifestations, open, discerning and aware of/responsible to the interconnectivity of life. A visionary poetics that embodies our place on the edge of a continent. SPLAB envisions 10,000 people each year participating in POPO and using those revenues to maintain operations, including administration, the Cascadia Poetry Festival and other in-person events in Seattle and the Cascadia bioregion and our ongoing interviews.

Description

Our Vision and Values: Building the Community

SPLAB is driven by a vision of community.

The SPLAB community:

  • informs and inspires its members by bringing artists from disparate disciplines together to encourage discourse and debate;
  • challenges the established conventions surrounding art and its influence, human consciousness, and the role of the artist in the community;
  • contributes to the community through outreach and an ethos of sustainability;
  • supports artists, especially those of written and spoken word, through events, forums, and strategic partnerships across the Pacific Northwest.
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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • 2 hours a week
  • Some web experience. Moderate internet literacy.

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