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JOB TITLE: Artistic Development Fellow
DATE POSTED: 03/07/2023 - 8:36am
JOB TYPE: Artistic Administration
LOCATION: Washington, District of Columbia
As the Artistic Fellow, you will work in tandem with the Artistic Development Department and other Arena Stage staff. The Fellowship provides training for emerging arts leaders who want to learn more about how the Artistic Development department cultivates and develops Arena Stage productions and are seeking training to complement their skills and further their experience.

Arena Stage will provide the fellow with opportunities to develop skills in all areas of Artistic Development including:

Script Reading and Reporting
Season Planning
New Play Workshops: planning, budgeting and execution
Community Partnerships and Outreach
General Artistic Administrative Support
The ideal candidate for the Artistic Fellowship will be a hardworking individual who faces challenges with creative problem-solving techniques! The position regularly requires confidence, discretion, and the ability to function calmly under pressure. The Fellow should have the desire to work both independently and collaboratively to achieve department goals; A creative attitude is important to success! We work in a fast paced and lively environment, well suited to those who will dive in and ask questions. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills are crucial in this role. An understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite and Final Draft is helpful, but not required.

Additional expectations: Occasionally, some evening and weekend hours will be required.

You might be interested in this fellowship if you want to pursue a career in producing, dramaturgy, casting, or literary management.

The approximated 40 hours/weekly does not include on-stage opportunities or allow for additional outside work to be conducted during assigned fellowship hours.
SALARY: 24,800
START DATE: Tue, 09/05/2023
EXPERIENCE: See job description


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