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ORGANIZATION: Redbird Legacies

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We are seeking an Artist to help us create biographical works. In this position, you will work with a variety of professionals to determine what is needed, produce a rough draft of the concept for approval, incorporate any changes the clients request, and produce a final product. Our ideal applicant is familiar with a variety of artistic mediums, but you must at least be comfortable producing digital art. Although we will accept experience over education, a bachelor’s degree in fine arts or graphic design is highly preferred.

Artist Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work with professionals to determine project parameters
  • Produce a rough draft of the concept
  • Submit your draft for approval and criticism
  • Incorporate any necessary changes
  • Produce a final product

Artist Requirements and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in fine arts or graphic design (preferred)
  • Strong portfolio of past work
  • Skills with a variety of artistic mediums
  • Familiarity with digital art techniques
  • Strong eye for detail
  • Collaboration skills

More opportunities with Redbird Legacies

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About Redbird Legacies

Location:

1260 Dauphin Street, Suite 305, Mobile, AL 36604, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to honor and preserve the lives of the terminally ill through the creation of remembrances in the forms of dance, visual art, theater, cinematography, music, and creative writing, at long last, any medium which can be utilized to recreate lives. We also serve to help alleviate final burial costs and funeral expenses.

Description

For over fifteen years, Redbird Legacies has been in the making, first as a dream, then as a simple mission statement carried around on crumpled lined paper inside our founder’s pocket, until the stagnation of the dream finally became a fulfilled purpose on November 9, 2021. Our mission is to honor and preserve the lives of the terminally ill through the creation of remembrances in the forms of dance, visual art, theater, cinematography, music, and creative writing, at long last, any medium which can be utilized to recreate lives. We ask for artists of all genres to submit their resumes along with a portfolio in the most common formats available, if you’re interested in volunteering a work of art for the life of another. What we can offer are the recreations of lives in the forms of art as well as biographical or documentary footage. This information can be provided by the bereaving family members or the patient whose life will be recorded by an end of life therapist because we recognize there are profound difficulties to transverse that only a licensed professional is experienced to handle. We ask for artists of all genres to submit their resumes along with your portfolios in the most common formats available if you’re interested in volunteering or donating a work of art for the life of another. We also ask that licensed therapists and psychologists perform intake services as the first steps of each client’s journey. Let’s create legacies together. Donate or volunteer today!

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Crisis Support
Faith-Based
Arts & Culture, Crisis Support, Faith-Based

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1260 Dauphin StreetMobile, AL 36604

(30.68787,-88.06522)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 21
  • 8 to 15 hrs per week

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