*Theater directors hold auditions to select the acting cast members.
They collaborate with the technical crew, which may consist of lighting, sound, set and costume designers. *Working with producers on large productions, there may be other supporting staff such as artistic directors and music directors to collaborate on extensive production designs.
*The director blocks the play by adapting the actor movements to workable floor plans on the set. *Leading rehearsals, he or she collaborates creatively with the actors and technical crew to make the blocking natural, changing it when necessary and allowing inspiration.
*Actors draw out character motivations and relationships under the watchful eye of the director, who strives to develop these expressions over the performance's required transitions. *Directors finish their work when they determine the final pacing of the play reverberates with the life of an artistic vision that is satisfying and complete.
*The Artistic Director is the chief artistic visionary who is charged with building upon the spirit, energy and aesthetic vision the legendary Ann Williams.
*He/she will develop and articulate a clear, unique, compelling and imaginative artistic vision for the organization—a vision that will fuse together the distinctive and popular elements repertoire with new and original creations.
*The Artistic Director is responsible for artistic profile and maintaining the artistic quality of the entire organization.
*He/she will be actively involved in representing high-level development solicitations and work closely with the Executive Director in this regard.
*He/she will report to the Board of Directors, be expected to regularly attend and report at the Board of Directors meetings and proactively communicate timely and appropriate information on artistic matters.
*He/she shall maintain an open and cordial relationship with the board. *He/she will ensure the artistic vision is integrated with the strategic plan for the organization.
*He/she will adhere to the organization structure set by the Board of Directors.
*He/she will insure the artistic program and plan is developed and executed within the organization’s budget and business plan.
*The Director of Artistic Planning reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works closely with the Music Director, and maintains overall administrative responsibility for all areas of artistic planning.
*As part of the Artistic Operations team, s/he oversees the identification, selection and negotiation of contracts for guest artists and other creative collaborators as well as the integration of classical, pops, education and special presentation activity.
*The Director of Artistic Planning facilitates and manages programming meetings with the Music Director and a team of staff and musicians to design interesting and engaging programs that uphold the artistic integrity and excellence and have strong audience appeal, while meeting the revenue goals of the organization and operating within budget parameters.
*Partners with the marketing staff to understand, engage and inspire the audiences we serve.
*Creates and produces Classical Conversations program and collaborates with other departments on Accents (audience engagement programs surrounding performances). *Advises the organization on use of technology and new media to engage, enhance and position the brand. *Makes recommendations for stimulating new music and commissioning opportunities. *Continues the commitment to community and to community organizations through existing partnerships and cultivation of new partners.
*Serves as concert manager on duty in rotation with Artistic Operations staff.
*Promoting excellence in instruction, research, and service.
*Supervising appointment, load assignment, and evaluation of faculty and staff.
*Managing human, fiscal, and facilities resources.
*Leading continuing efforts to develop curricula, outreach services, and scholarly projects that support the University's mission for distinctiveness, diversity, and excellence.
*Leading recruiting efforts to attract outstanding undergraduate and graduate students.
Serving as liaison to other units of the College of Fine Arts.
*Minimum of OND/HND
*Must Have Good Communication Skills
Must be Presentable
MODE OF APPLICATION
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