Graphic Design Internship

1/5/2017 12:08:23 PM

 

Job Title: Design Intern

Department: Marketing

Reports To: Robyn Ferguson, Graphics Production Coordinator.

The Center for the Performing Arts has a position available for a part time or full time design intern to assist the In-House Graphic Designer in creating web graphics for the website, designing templates for marketing emails, and managing various print pieces including performance flyers, posters, and mailers. This is a great opportunity for students interested in hands on experience in a fast paced In-House design atmosphere.

Essential Functions:

Participate in managing print pieces for the 2015 Songbook Celebration Gala. Including: attending press checks and delivering various print pieces to be printed.
Design & print flyers, posters, and signs on as need basis
Collaborate with In-House graphic designer on designing new templates for marketing emails (some experience with HTML code is plus, but not required).
Assist in creating web graphics for the Center Website
Other duties as assigned

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:


Excellent organizational and time management skills
Comfortable with Adobe Creative Suite. Including: Photoshop, InDesign, & Illustrator
Effective oral and written communication
Ability to work with tight deadlines
Strong interpersonal skills
Online research skills

Success Factors:

Ideal candidate is outgoing, detail-oriented, and poised to negotiate multiple priorities in a fast-pace environment. Maturity and professional demeanor with an independent work style are assumed. A professional interest in Graphic Design, Marketing, Arts Management etc. is a plus. Time commitment: Preferred full-time candidate with some event-based evening and weekend work. Minimum commitment of 3-6 months (1 or 2 semesters); up to 40 hours per week. However, will consider part time only candidates. Internships are unpaid.

About the Center for the Performing Arts:

The Center for the Performing Arts is an inviting gathering place for the community to engage in communal intimacy, celebrating great art together. The Center’s three performing venues include the 1,600-seat Palladium concert hall, the Tarkington 500-seat proscenium theater and a 200-seat studio theater. The Center is not only a haven for local theater, dance and music organizations to perform, it provides three of the finest stages in the world playing host to the globe's most gifted performers.

TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to JHeighway@TheCenterPresents.org