Chesapeake Arts Center Fall Catalog 2018

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FINAL Revised FD200 CAC 8-21-18

Now Hiring: Education Coordinator

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Title: Education Coordinator       

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

Experience/Skills Required:

  • Minimum 1 year experience in arts education program management
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Detail oriented with strong organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to manage multiple programs simultaneously and meet deadlines on a consistent schedule
  • Computer literacy to include competency in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Calendar, and web-based software programs
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required; equivalent professional experience may be substituted

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Education Coordinator will:

  • Work closely with the COO to develop three semesters of quality arts classes; create content for class catalogs and assist Marketing Department with catalog production
  • Produce teaching artist contracts, background checks, and other essential paperwork for instructors
  • Calculate instructor pay per class and ensure appropriate full semester pay and pay dates; relay payment requests to Office Manager in a timely manner
  • Manage student registrations, rosters, and payment information through Showare software system
  • Maintain private music studio rosters, schedules, invoices, and payments
  • Manage student scholarship accounts and record keeping
  • Create/collect class evaluations and attendance sheets to devaluate and document classes each semester
  • Work with the Marketing Director to advertise classes through digital and print media
  • Act as liaison between CAC and instructors, parents/students, and Education partners (AACPS, ACDS, AACC, etc.)
  • Communicate any class scheduling changes (including cancellations) with CAC staff, instructors, and students/families; issue partial or full refunds as appropriate
  • Organize annual student recitals and exhibitions in conjunction with COO and teaching artists
  • Keep Education statistics and data up to date
  • Coordinate after-school programs, including recruitment; communication with schools, instructors, and families; on-site support to ensure smooth operations and provide instructor assistance; and documentation of activities through digital recording and/or written reports
  • Staff the CAC office on Saturdays when classes are in session

Hours and Compensation:

  • Full time, Tuesday-Saturday
  • Salary commensurate with experience

To apply:

Send cover letter, resume, and three references with the subject line “Education Coordinator Application” to mmcelwain@chesapeakearts.org. Position will remain open until filled.

 

Call for Artists! “Summer Beauty” Exhibit At the Chase Brexton Health Care Glen Burnie Center

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Presents

“Summer Beauty” Exhibit

At the Chase Brexton Health Care

Glen Burnie Center

 

EXHIBITION PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

DEADLINES

Chesapeake Arts Center will be presenting the “Summer Beauty” exhibition at the Chase Brexton Health Care office located at 200 Hospital Dr #300, Glen Burnie, MD 21061 from August 3-November 2, 2018. Proposal is reviewed by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director and must be turned in by Saturday, July 21, 2018.

Artwork must be framed by the artist; the only sizes accepted will be 16×20 black wood or metal frame. Artists must also provide wire on the back of the frames and each artwork must have label on the back and wrapped in bubble wrap when dropped off at the center.

Theme of the Exhibit:  Things that make you HAPPY

Artwork Accepted: Photographs, Drawings or Paintings

SIZE OF ARTWORK ALLOWED

16X20. MUST be framed in Black Wood OR Metal Frames only!  Artists frame own artwork with wire on the back.

How many can you submit? Artists can submit up to 5 pieces. Artwork will be selected by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director. Only 25 pieces will be selected for this exhibit.

EACH PROPOSAL MUST BE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

IMAGES OF YOUR WORK

The work should be no more than five years old, no nudity, violence or foul language allowed.

DIGITAL IMAGES: Send 5 images in jpeg format- no larger than 1024 pixels in any direction at 300 dpi for review. All image files are to be titled. Email to Nicole Caracia at Ncaracia@chesapeakearts.org by Saturday, July 21, 2018.

IMAGE LIST

A numerical listing including artist’s name, title, dimensions, medium, and file name of each jpeg sent with digital images.

CONDENSED BIO

One or two short paragraphs- A condensed informative statement with your artistic highlights.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name, address, phone number(s) email address of the artist, and website information.

Only complete proposal package including all the information listed will be reviewed.  If accepted into the art show, all artwork will be due to the Chesapeake Arts Center by Wednesday, August 1, 2018 between office hours of 10:00am-6:00pm.Artwork will go on display at the Chase Brexton Health Care, Glen Burnie Center building on Friday, August 3 2018. If artwork does not follow the guidelines or drop-off by 8/1/18, artwork will not be included in the exhibit.

SEND ENTRIES TO

Nicole Caracia at Ncaracia@chesapeakearts.org .

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 410-636-6597 or visit www.Chesapeakearts.org

About Chesapeake Arts Center: The Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) is a 58,000 sq. ft. multi-discipline arts facility located in Northern Anne Arundel County, just inside the Baltimore beltway. Our facility houses a 752-seat Hammonds Lane Theatre, a 120-seat Studio 194 Theatre, gallery space, ceramics lab, dance studios, music room, maker-space and classrooms.

Chesapeake Arts Center will use the arts to excite, educate, engage, inspire and grow this community’s people, it’s artists and the region through performances, exhibitions, classes, and collaborations with artists, educators, business and community leaders and organizations.

About Chase Brexton: Founded in Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood in 1978, Chase Brexton began as a volunteer-run gay men’s health clinic. Our work took on a new and difficult challenge in the early1980s when we became one of the first clinics on the front lines of the fight against HIV/AIDS. After seeing the needs of the family and loved ones of those we served, we expanded our services, adding Behavioral Health and Case Management services in 1991 and finally expanding to full Primary Care services in 1995.

Chase Brexton became a Federally Qualified Health Center in 1999, the same year we opened a second center, now located in Randallstown. Two years later, Chase Brexton earned accreditation in both Ambulatory and Behavioral Health from The Joint Commission. As the decade continued, we opened centers in Columbia and Easton, and, in 2013, moved our Mt. Vernon Center to its current home in the historic Monumental Life Building on Charles Street. In 2014, we opened our Glen Burnie Center, and in 2015, we achieved recognition as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home.

Though health care continues to rapidly change, we will always honor our heritage, embrace diversity, and empower our patients, while innovating for the future.

 

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: “Things that make you HAPPY” Exhibit At Gallery 90

CALL-FOR-ARTISTS

“Things that makes you Happy” Exhibit  At Gallery 90

(Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland)

EXHIBITION PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

DEADLINES

Chesapeake Arts Center will be presenting the “Things that make you HAPPY” exhibition at Gallery 90 located at the Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland from July 6-August 31, 2018. Proposal is reviewed by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director and must be submitted by Tuesday, June 26, 2018.

Artwork must be framed by the artist; the only sizes accepted will be 16×20 black wood or metal frame. Artists must also provide wire on the back of the frames and each artwork must have label on the back and wrapped in bubble wrap when dropped off at the center.

Theme of the Exhibit:  Things that make you HAPPY

Artwork Accepted: Photographs, Drawings or Paintings

SIZE OF ARTWORK ALLOWED

16X20. MUST be framed in Black Wood OR Metal Frames only!  Artists frame own artwork with wire on the back.

How many can you submit? Artists can submit up to 5 pieces. Artwork will be selected by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director. Only 25 pieces will be selected for this exhibit.

EACH PROPOSAL MUST BE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

IMAGES OF YOUR WORK

The work should be no more than five years old, no nudity, violence or foul language allowed.

DIGITAL IMAGES: Send 5 images in jpeg format- no larger than 1024 pixels in any direction at 300 dpi for review. All image files are to be titled. Email to Nicole Caracia at Ncaracia@chesapeakearts.org by Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 11:59pm.

IMAGE LIST

A numerical listing including artist’s name, title, dimensions, medium, and file name of each jpeg sent with digital images.

CONDENSED BIO

One or two short paragraphs- A condensed informative statement with your artistic highlights.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name, address, phone number(s) email address of the artist, and website information.

Only complete proposal package including all the information listed will be reviewed.  If accepted into the art show, all artwork will be due to the Chesapeake Arts Center by Thursday, July 5, 2018 between office hours of 10:00am-6:00pm.Artwork will go on display at the Gallery 90 (Hospice of Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland).

 

SEND ENTRIES TO

Nicole Caracia at Ncaracia@chesapeakearts.org .

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 410-636-6597 or visit www.Chesapeakearts.org

About Chesapeake Arts Center: The Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) is a 58,000 sq. ft. multi-discipline arts facility located in Northern Anne Arundel County, just inside the Baltimore beltway. Our facility houses a 752-seat Hammonds Lane Theatre, a 120-seat Studio 194 Theatre, gallery space, ceramics lab, dance studios, music room, maker-space and classrooms.

Chesapeake Arts Center will use the arts to excite, educate, engage, inspire and grow this community’s people, it’s artists and the region through performances, exhibitions, classes, and collaborations with artists, educators, business and community leaders and organizations.