Tag Archives: Creative Arts

Developing Arts Administrators and Technicians of the Future!

Jacob’s Pillow Interns receive on-the-job training to develop professional skills and gain practical experience while working in a team-oriented environment. Internships specialize in performing arts administration, technical production, education, community programming, and more.

2023 Summer Festival Internships will run May 30 through September 1.

-A stipend of $2,100.
-On-campus housing.
-3 meals per day.
-Access to performances, talks, and dance classes.
-Staff-led career talks and seminars. 

Additional Special Opportunities: Candidates may be eligible for an additional stipend and other support through The Barbara and Amos Hostetter Internship Program. Read the full details of this sponsored program here.


Archives / Audience Engagement | Artist Services | Audience Development
Community Engagement | House Management | Marketing / Digital Media
Patron Services | Philanthropy | Production | Public Relations
School Programs | Video Documentation

Deadline date: Monday, February 6

Click here to learn more and to apply!

Create your online portfolio with Wix!

A few months ago, Wix facilitated a session to learn about creating your online portfolio website. They covered how to plan a website, how to use the Wix platform, and explore professional design features. And… a one-year FREE Wix premium plan to the first 25 attendees! Below you will find the zoom recording link and password.

Middlebury College – Wix Workshop – 10/18/22
Passcode: Ukj0^4HE

If you would like Midd alumni to review your portfolio and provide feedback, please schedule an advising appointment in handshake with Alicia Gomez.

“Ask the Artists” Part 4: What is the Most Valuable Career Advice You’ve Ever Received?

In the “Ask the Artists” series, New York Foundation for the Arts asked NYFA-affiliated literary, performing, and visual artists a series of questions about the creative life. In the post, they are sharing the best career advice that the artists ever received. Click here to read the article.

Virtual How-To: Create Your Own Yes! 

Tired of Hearing No?
Create Your Own Yes!  
Gain insight on strategically managing career rejection.  
Learn how to pivot a no towards a positive outcome. 
Rejection is something that everyone experiences, especially in our careers. Join us for the final Virtual How-To of 2022! This event will help provide you with innovative strategies to break through personal and career barriers.   

We will be raffling ten copies of Angela Hutchinson’s book, “Create Your Yes!” at the end of this event. 

About our Speaker: 

Angela Marie Hutchinson is a television and film producer, author, TV commentator and former social media professor. Recognized as a media and arts trailblazer by the U.S. Congress, Los Angeles mayor and Los Angeles city council, Angela has over fifteen years of experience in the entertainment industry. She has worked for MGM, Warner Bros. Television and the GRAMMY’s. In 2005, Angela founded BReaKiNG iNTo HoLLyWooD, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps creative and business professionals pursue their careers.

Date: Wednesday, Nov 30, 2022

Workshop Hours:  2–3:30 pm ET 

Click here to register for the event!

Adobe Max – The Creativity Conference (free virtual event) Tuesday, October 26- Wednesday, October 27!

Inspiration is their superpower. Be inspired by expert speakers in more than 400 sessions. Join the conference for an extraordinary virtual experience to find inspiration, connect with creatives from around the world, and learn the best ways to bring your best ideas to life. Open to all, at no cost. Click here to register!

Monumental Conversations: What the Andrew Mellon Foundation found when they analyzed America’s monuments

As part of The Mellon Foundation’s unprecedented new Monuments Project, Philadelphia-based nonprofit art and history studio Monument Lab undertook a comprehensive audit of our country’s commemorative landscape, scouring almost half a million records of historic properties to better understand the dynamics and trends that have shaped our nation’s monuments.

Join Dr. Elizabeth Alexander, President of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Dr. Paul Farber, Director and Co-Founder of Monument Lab, for a discussion that will dive into Monument Lab’s findings and explore what they mean for the future of our commemorative landscape.

Date: Wednesday, September 29

Time: 4pm EST

Click here to register for the event!