The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The scenic department of the FAC Theatre Company is looking for over-hire carpenters for their 2016-2017 season. Carpentry experience a must with an emphasis in theatrical carpentry a plus. If interested please send a resume to Chris Sheley at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Costume Department Workers
The costume department of the FAC Theatre Company has ongoing needs, on a contract basis, for individuals with experience and proficient skills in any or all of the following: alteration tailoring, patterning/cutting, draping, working from a commercial pattern, handwork, costume craft (e.g. hat and mask making), and fabric painting and/or dying. If you are interested please contact Janson Fangio.
Theatre Designers and Technicians
The Fine Arts Center Theatre Company accepts resumes on an on-going basis. The Theatre Company encourages high production values and quality theatre for its patrons, and is looking for talented and creative people to join our team, both on contractual and employment basis. Potential candidates will have formal education and/or experience in the theatre industry. We periodically have need for the following positions:
- Scenic, Lighting, Costume, and Sound Designers
- Prop Masters
- Scenic Artists
- Stage Managers
- Sound Technicians
- Costume Construction Personnel
- Run Crew Personnel
Interested in performing on our stages? The FAC Theatre Company employs local and regional artists based throughout Colorado and the United States. Click here for upcoming audition information. Members of Actor’s Equity Association are welcome to audition.
Gallery Management Internship
The Gallery Management internship offers the unique opportunity for hands-on experience in gallery management with a dynamic art non-profit. Under the direct supervision of the Commercial Gallery & Retail Manager, interns develop skills to support the operations of the Museum Shop gallery, Deco Lounge gallery, related special events, and the organization at large. This internship provides the opportunity to develop individual professional goals, strengthen communication and organizational skills, work in a collaborative setting, understand the structure of a non-profit museum institution, and gain exposure to arts and cultural organizations and events. Please submit a cover letter, resumé, and two professional/academic references to: Holly Parker with the subject line: “Gallery Management Internship.”
Work closely with the FAC’s Communications Department to help us tell our story: through video, text, photographs, social media, website, blog, etc. This internship is a part-time position with a requested min.commitment of 20 hours per week.
Job requirements: Ability to learn and use new technology, interest in social media, video or digital content editing skills, marketing or journalism background strongly preferred. Benefits: Free admission to gallery exhibitions, theatre productions and select FAC events. Telecommuting is OK unless onsite video, interviewing, or meeting is required. Please send resumes to Dori Mitchell with the subject line: “Marketing Internship.”