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Employment Opportunities

Art Director/Graphic Designer

The Arkansas Arts Center is seeking a dynamic, creative, organized and energetic graphic artist who is passionate about brand storytelling in the visual and performing arts. This position reports to the Director of Marketing & Communications and will provide conceptualization and execution of effective communications materials across multiple platforms including online, print, social and electronic media.

Must be an innovative thinker and problem solver with the ability to balance the creative with the technical accurately and efficiently to produce high quality work on deadline. Ability to translate established marketing strategies into professional visuals that are consistent with the brand image. Strong organizational, project management and self-directing skills. Ability to take direction and handle multiple projects simultaneously while maintaining and managing beneficial relationships with vendors, freelancers and other outside partners and agencies.

Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, New Media, or other related field, or two to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Working knowledge of design hardware and software, including DSLR-style digital cameras, Adobe Creative Suite, content management systems, email marketing platforms and HTML/CSS/Javascript and their application in state-of-the-art print and digital communication required. Experience with digital asset management systems and file structures preferred. Submit cover letter, resume and portfolio to personnel@arkansasartscenter.org.

Museum School Instructor 

The Arkansas Arts Center is seeking candidates for the following positions in the Museum School. Please submit cover letter and resume to personnel@arkansasartscenter.org.

Intermediate/Advanced Handbuilding Instructor: Candidate must possess good handbuilding skills and have at least five years of experience working with clay and three years of experience teaching. Experience teaching other disciplines may qualify if the candidate has not taught ceramics, although teaching ceramics is preferred. Candidate must be competent at helping students with glazing for Cone 9 reduction. Work with Department Chair/Studio Manager to prepare a class description and syllabus for a full-length class – typically 8- to 10-weeks. Candidate must follow guidelines as established by Ceramics Department Chair, Museum School Manager, and other AAC staff on communicating with students and staff, class and studio expectations, and meeting deadlines. Other duties as assigned.

 

Hours: Tues - Sat 10 AM - 5 PM | Sun 11 AM - 5 PM      Address: 9th & Commerce / MacArthur Park, P.O. Box 2137, Little Rock, Arkansas 72203-2137      Phone: 501.372.4000

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