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Duluth Audobon Society hiring for website help

The Duluth Audubon Society is looking for a web designer with experience in the Wordpress (or a similar) platform to help us redo our website (http://www.duluthaudubon.org/). In addition to moving our current content to Wordpress and making the site more visually appealing, we would also like to add several pages to expand the educational content of the site (which will be written by Audubon members).  This is a paid position; please send bids, along with links to or screen shots of your previous work to Ruth Henriquez at ruthhdas@gmail.com.  Thank you!

Show featuring David Moreira

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This is a gallery show for the hand screen printed poster art of David Moreira. It consists of the last two years promoting local/national bands and more. There should be food, drink, and music! Also, posters and art will be for sale.

January 22nd 6-10pm

Ochre Ghost Gallery
22 2nd Ave E

Show featuring Rob Kaiser-Schatzlein, Adam Rosenthal and Brent Erickson

KUMD looking for a graphic designer

Dear UMD art student,

Are you looking for some real work experience in graphic and web designing?

KUMD 103.3 FM (your radio station on UMD campus) is looking for graphic designing interns to handle the designing of KUMD's  printed and web materials for the next year, starting immediately.
These designing projects include posters, flyers, news paper ads, logos of the shows, web elements etc.

If you are interested in this great opportunity, please email your work samples (pdf or jpg) and an application letter to:

Ira Salmela at isalmela@kumd.org

More information about KUMD can be found at:
www.kumd.org

-Ira Salmela-



___________________________________
Ira "Mimmu" Salmela
Director of Development and Public Relations
KUMD - 103.3fm
isalmela@kumd.org
Office: (218) 726-8431
Cell: (218)213-6080
Fax: (218)726-6571
Listen Live at www.KUMD.org

Paid internship for a Designer in the Twin Cites this summer

The marketing department I work for recently opened a Communications Internship position with a focus on graphic design. The posting description is below should you know of any students in the Twin Cities area this summer that are looking for an internship. This is a paid internship.

Thanks,
Michael Browers


MICHAEL BROWERS
Communications Coordinator
Lake Region Medical
mbrowers@lakergn.com<mailto:mbrowers@lakergn.com>

340 Lake Hazeltine Drive
Chaska, MN 55318-1029 USA
TEL    952.361.2506
FAX    952.448.7012
www.lakeregionmedical.com<http://www.lakergn.com/>




Job Title: Communications Intern
Department: Sales & Marketing
Position Reports To:    Director of Global Marketing

JOB SUMMARY:
The Communications Intern will assist the marketing department in developing marketing communications materials, including layout, design, illustration and pre-press production using computer-aided publishing.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Employees are expected to support the quality concepts inherent in the business philosophies of Lake Region Medical, including a variety of job related tasks which may not be specific to this position profile.

Accountabilities include:

1.      Assist in the development of communications materials such as tech data sheets, sell sheets, brochures, PowerPoint presentations, web updates, and e-marketing.
2.      Help ensure quality and accuracy by proofing own work, producing proof copies for review by others, revising materials according to written directions on proofs, and by checking final proofs.
3.      Produce effective layouts from copy, sketches, and notes supplied by Communications Coordinator by applying knowledge of company products and marketing objectives.
4.      Maintain consistency in company marketing materials by adhering to corporate brand standards.
5.       Meet specific deadlines for assigned projects.
6.      Provide easy access to all art, photo, and electronic files by maintaining a consistent, logical and organized filing system.
7.      Perform other duties as assigned.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

1.      Currently enrolled in, or recently graduated from, a 4-year graphic design program
2.      Knowledge of graphic design processes, methods and techniques such as typography, layout, and color
3.      Proficiency in InDesign/Quark Xpress, Illustrator, Photoshop, PowerPoint and Dreamweaver.
4.      Strong verbal and written communication skills.
5.      Ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously.
6.      Ability to work effectively with project team members, department staff and other internal personnel.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

*         Able to remain seated for long periods of time.
*         Able to use the telephone for long periods of time.
*         Use of computer keyboard.

MENTAL DEMANDS:

*         Able to handle multiple priorities effectively.


WORKING CONDITIONS:

*         Standard office environment.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS AND PRESENCE OF SUPERVISION:

This position reports directly to the Director of Global Marketing, and also take directives from the Communications Coordinator.


TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION
Please send a cover letter, resume, and work examples to:

Michael Browers
Communications Coordinator
mbrowers@lakergn.com<mailto:mbrowers@lakergn.com>

Lake Region Medical
340 Lake Hazeltine Drive
Chaska, MN 55318

Emerging Artists opening May 4th - click for invite!

Yeti film festival - art + design winners

Art students, Mike Bregel, Ryan Knott, Adrew McCabe, Michelle Poirier and Adam Rosenthal won the 2nd prize in music category of UMD Yeti Video Festival 2010.  Congratulations.  The video can be viewed at Youtube.  

Art Internship available in Ely, MN Summer 2010

From: Anne Swenson [mailto:thepub@elyecho.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 4:13 PM
To: sfa@d.umn.edu
Subject: Art Internship available in Ely, MN Summer 2010

 

ELY GREENSTONE SUMMER 2010 Internship

 

Ely Greenstone offers an internship to advanced undergraduate and graduate students interested in arranging work experience for academic credit. The internship at the Ely Greenstone Public Art has a modest pay.

 

Applicants should be advanced undergraduate or graduate students with a background in art, fine crafts or related fields.

 

Learning Agreement

Internships at the Ely Greenstone Public Art are based on learning objectives defined by the intern, the intern's faculty adviser, and Ely Greenstone's internship supervisor. Projects will be planned that will be mutually beneficial and that will lead to the development of practical skills contributing to the student's professional training. 

 

Evaluation

The intern and intern supervisor will each write a final evaluation of the internship and submit copies to the sponsoring academic institution and the chairman of Ely Greenstone. Please submit any evaluation procedures required by the school. 

 

Credits/Grades

While Ely Greenstone will provide adequate evaluations for every intern, prospective interns are reminded that academic institutions are the sole determiners of the students' grades/credits. Students seeking internships at Ely Greenstone must ensure that all internship requirements at their schools are properly followed in order to receive credits for their work. 

 

Time Requirement

While an intern at Ely Greenstone may expect to commit from 20 hours on average weekly, the hours may vary.

 

Background Check

Ely Greenstone is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for visitors, staff, interns and volunteers. Consequently, interns may be required to pass a background check as a condition of placement.

 

Internship Opportunities

* Art Exhibits - work with artists on projects to prepare for exhibits, computer tracking, collections research, site preparation, public interpretation, and/or research. 

* Art Education - work with children at Art Camp, work with volunteer chairman, inventory supplies, create supply order

* Assist with Art Center functions

      Contact: Anne Swenson, 218-365-3141or 218-365-5917, thepub@elyecho.com

 

Applying for an Internship

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MARCH 1, 2010 

   1. Once your application has been received, the contact person will notify you regarding an interview. Usually the intern supervisor will interview the student candidate in person or by telephone prior to acceptance into the internship program.

   2. Ely Greenstone's contact person will ask you to complete an application. If you do not have a copy of the application, the contact person will send you one.

   3. The learning objective(s) of your internship must be put into a written internship agreement which is signed by you, your faculty sponsor, Ely Greenstone's chairman, and your internship supervisor at Ely Greenstone.

MAIL APPLICATION TO: Ely Greenstone Public Art, 2647 Van Vac Road, Ely MN 55731

 





Check this out! Images from last year's student show.

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These are just a few images from last year's annual student exhibition. Watch for an announcement in Spring for this year's and make sure to enter something!

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