of New Orleans
935 Gravier St, Suite 850
New Orleans, LA 70112
Arts Council of New Orleans seeks dynamic, design-focused visual storyteller who leaves no stone unturned in the pursuit of excellence.
Ideal candidate has a strong interest in brand activation, engaging design, developing streamlined work processes, is systematic and proficient in project planning, has an ability to manage up, contributes creative thinking with a focus on the details, offers a strong work ethic, and is comfortable in a startup, turnaround environment.
Expectations include strong working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, ability to multi-task, and desire to work within a collaborative team environment. Position will entail creating design collateral, supporting sponsorship fulfillment, and providing promotions and marketing support across a multi-tiered, ambitious, and dynamic arts organization.
Communication Assistant reports to Arts Council Director of Marketing & Communication. Full time position offering starting level salary with growth potential.
Please submit resume, cover letter and PDF of work samples/portfolio to LGlatz@artscouncilofneworleans.org
Applications will be reviewed as received. All applications submitted by August 10th will be given full consideration. Position is open until filled.
Save the Date - Sat. August 9th
Dirty Linen is presented by the Arts Council of New Orleans with support from IBERIABANK and Hendrick’s Gin. On Saturday, August 9th from 6 – 10 p.m. nine blocks of Royal Street galleries and boutiques will be open their doors for revelers to experience the best of French Quarter art.
After Royal Street shops close, the Lux Lounge at Latrobe's
offers the perfect way to turn up the heat. The official Dirty Linen after party organized by the Arts Council and hosted at the iconic French Quarter landmark, the Lux Lounge at Latrobe’s (403 Royal Street) opens from 9pm-midnight.
VIP Lux Lounge Tickets
are available for $100, which provides in and out access to Latrobe's from 7pm - midnight.
Lux Lounge general admission tickets
are available for $30 and provide event access from 9pm - midnight
Tickets give guests access to not only the beautiful venue, but complimentary cocktails, delicious food, and coveted air conditioning. Partygoers will dance the night away with music from DJ RQ Away. Crescent City Circus performers will make a cameo appearance along with New Orleans Men of Leather who will be checking tickets at the door.
Lux Lounge tickets are limited and can be purchased in advance online by clicking ticket links above or at the Arts Council information tent across the street from Latrobe’s the night of the event.
Watershed Moment in American Performing Arts:
Arts Council of New Orleans adds Circus Arts as an explicit category for arts funding
Arts Council of New Orleans and Circus Now, a national organization dedicated to promoting and progressing the circus arts in America, are proud to announce “circus arts” as a new form of artistic eligibility on the upcoming Arts Council 2014 New Orleans artist grant applications. The Arts Council of New Orleans will be the first US arts council to adopt such a category, which signals New Orleans interest in becoming a nationwide leader in circus performance and practice.
According to grant documentation, circus artists will now be eligible to apply for project support through the City of New Orleans’ Community Arts Grants program, wherein the circus arts are defined as “a form of performing art in which the instrument of artistic expression is the body's precise movement, which is based on circus technique and is combined with objects or instruments from a circus discipline.” Other countries, including Finland and France, as well as the province of Quebec, have made similar funding adjustments to recognize the validity of the circus as a performing art and support the creation of emerging artistic circus.
"For forty years now, the circus in America has been booming as an art and a social practice. The decision by the Arts Council marks a new stage in legitimacy for the art," Duncan Wall, Circus Now National Director said. "It's concrete proof that America is waking up to the idea that circus isn't dance, and it isn't theater, that there are completely unique possibilities for it as an art form."
The announcement comes in the midst of a surge in circus practice and performance, both in America and abroad. Around the country, over 1,000 programs now offer circus arts training. Prestigious venues, including BAM and the Spoleto Festival, have added creative circus programming.
Art Opening: The latest purchases for the City Art Collection
Please join the City of New Orleans and the Arts Council of New Orleans on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 4-6 pm
at the Exchange Gallery (935 Gravier St) for a reception to celebrate the Percent for Art Program’s recent Direct Purchase of original artwork to hang in newly opened police and fire stations in Orleans Parish. You and your precinct are invited to a reception to meet the artists and select works to be professionally installed in your facility.
FEATURING WORK BY: Sally Caraway – Hannah Chalew – Rachel David – Dawn DeDeaux – Joshua Duncan Clifford Etienne – Adam Farrington – Andrea Ferguson – Jan Gilbert Carol Hallock – Ben Hamburger – Jason Jones – Frahn Koerner
Zach J. Lawson – Jenny LeBlanc – Kathleen Loe – Shirley Masinter
Carol Scott – Ann Schwab – Billy Solitario – Dan Tague – Michel Varisco
More information below... Continued »
Arts Council of New Orleans, Baton Rouge Team Up to offer Artist as Entrepreneur
The Arts Council of New Orleans is excited to be partnering with the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge to bring it’s Artist as Entrepreneur Program for advancing visual artists to Baton Rouge. This eight week, 20 hour program created by the Arts Council of New Orleans works with you to develop a career plan for your creative business. Working with a combination of lecture and small work groups, the program takes artists through the development of marketing materials, basic finance, web and social media development, and career outlets such as galleries, museums, markets, and public art. The program starts Tuesday, April 15th,
and the deadline to apply to the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge is April 1st.
For more information, and an application,
please click here.
Want to take Artist as Entrepreneur in New Orleans? Don't worry, a New Orleans Program will be offered in the Fall.
This program is supported in part by funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Tiffany Adler Named Arts Council Board Chair
Arts Council of New Orleans today names E. Tiffany Adler as Chair of the Board of Directors. In this position Adler will support the Arts Council’s work to facilitate awareness and investment in the role that arts and culture play in advancing civic life.
A member of the Arts Council board since 2011, Adler has played a leading role in the Arts Council’s most public community events. She has served as Chair of the 2012 Community Arts Awards, an annual celebration honoring lifetime and exceptional achievement in the arts, in addition to developing Lux Lounge, which premiered in 2013 as the official Dirty Linen, One Hot Night after party.
“Tiffany brings a transformative vision to Art Council, recognizing the community-wide benefit of public art in the new proposed airport and as part of a healthy environment in our new hospitals,” Arts Council President and CEO Kim Cook said. “She is equally committed to grassroots cultural activities, which she demonstrates through her passion for Hollygrove Market and participation as a musician in New Orleans Concert Band.” Continued »
Become an Arts Council Member
Hello folks, meet Dolita Brown. You may recognize Dolita’s welcoming smile from the Arts Market information tent or, up until a few weeks ago, from her post at the front of the Arts Council office. You may have thought Dolita was our receptionist— but she is so much more to the Arts Council.
As Membership Manager, Dolita has revamped our membership program and boldly set a goal to DOUBLE ARTS COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR.
Why this year? We have a new CEO and lots of ideas for enhancing the local arts community so we think there’s no better time to welcome new friends into the Arts Council. And besides, as patient and sweet as Dolita is, she’s a real go-getter and thinks it’s about time that folks realized how cool the Arts Council really is.
We need your help to reach Dolita’s goal.
Over the next few weeks we will introduce you to our newly expanded staff, let you know what we’re up to and share our reasons to gain your support. So whether you’ve lapsed in membership or never signed up before, we hope you plan to join the Arts Council as an official member in 2014. After all, who couldn’t use a few more friends?
JOIN US TODAY
Support the Arts!
the Arts Council helps grow our cultural economy.
Arts Entrepreneur $75
- Invitation to members-only events
- Access to Riverland Credit Union
- Arts Council Resource Center access
Arts Enthusiast $150
- One free annual use of the Arts Council Conference Room
- One Community Arts Awards Patron Ticket
Arts Patron $250
- Two Community Arts Awards Patron Tickets
- Name entered in quarterly gift basket drawing
- $25 Arts Market Dollars
Who: Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu, the Office of Homeland
Security and Emergency Preparedness, Evacuteer.org,
and the Arts Council of New Orleans, and artist, Douglas
Kornfeld invite you to attend the unveiling ceremony for
What: EvacuSpots are the intersection of art and
emergency preparedness. Each sculpture designates a
gathering place for transportation to safety in the
event of a mandatory evacuation.
When: Monday June 3rd, 2pm
Where: Armstrong Park (N. Rampart St. @ St. Ann St.)
Arts Council of New Orleans Announces New President/CEO Kim Cook
The Board of Directors of the Arts Council of New Orleans is pleased to announce Kim Cook as the new CEO. Ms. Cook will be on staff May 1. Board Chair Tom Reese made the announcement today stating ‚ÄúMs. Cook is passionate about the intersection between culture and community, and cognizant that the arts play an instrumental role in advancing economic, social, and human interests. New Orleans is the quintessential city for culture and creative expression and we are pleased that Kim plans to be actively engaged in advancing goals that serve our artists, arts organizations and the citizens of New Orleans.‚Äù
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