SEEKING DIVERSE PRODUCERS FOR NON-PROFIT FEMINIST ARTS FESTIVAL
Nasty Women Unite Fest is a yearly multi-day arts festival showcasing Nasty Women* of all backgrounds to raise money for the ACLU. Our 2019 Festival is confirmed for the weekend of Saturday 10/26 and Sunday 10/27 at a theater in Manhattan, NYC. We are looking for passionate, fierce, and hard working producers to join our staff.
*Individuals who identify as women, femmes and non-binary, of all races, ethnicities, ages, abilities and backgrounds, are all considered Nasty Women. It’s a concept, not an identity.*
If you would like to be part of our team, please email us the following with the subject [JOB ROLE] SUBMISSION – [How you heard about this listing].
We are especially looking for producers who identify as women, non-binary, demi, femme, etc., and come from a diverse background in age, race, accessibility, and more.
- A brief statement of why you are interested in being part of the NWUF19 producing board.
- Resume or CV of past producing experience
- Website/social media so that we can learn more about you – optional
All of these positions are unpaid and volunteer – we are a nonprofit and all proceeds are donated to the ACLU to support the rights of all people. We are a group of collaborative and fun Nasty Women and truly love producing this festival every year, we hope you can join our family!
#NWUF19 will consist of the following:
- 4 shows this year, two back-to-back on both Saturday 10/26 and Sunday 10/27 in the afternoon.
- Each show consists of one 20 minute panel, then 60 minutes of variety performances which may include dance, comedy, performance art, short film screenings, and more.
- 2 after-parties, one on each night that will consist of a “carnival” type set-up with interactive booths and 2-3 performances of music/dance.
Charged with overseeing and executing one specific show.
- Overseeing all operations of their show, as well as delegating tasks as needed to associates and assistants.
- Create run of show and coordinate with artists and tech crew.
- Must be available for a tech and walk through the space prior to the event.
- Must attend all NWUF meetings relating to the event they are producing and are expected to follow through on action items set in each meeting.
- Credited as Producer on NWUF social media marketing and website.
- Producers are encouraged to help market the festival for submissions as well as ticket sales. They are also welcome to advise on the booking and programming of the shows, however senior staff are responsible for final selections.
- Providing support for producers on executing a specific department or show.
- Required to attend all NWUF meetings relating to the evening they are producing and are expected to follow through on action items set in each meeting.
- Credited as an Associate Producer on NWUF social media marketing and website.
- APs are encouraged to help market the festival for submissions as well as ticket sales. They are also welcome to advise on the booking and programming of the shows, however senior staff are responsible for final selections.
MARKETING/SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER
- Work with Marketing Director to create a social media strategy for NWUF social media marketing.
- Maintaining a content calendar for our three social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter).
- Posting/scheduling the posts for these networks. This includes leading up to and during the events- including instagram stories, live tweeting, tagging current artists etc.
- Need to attend all NWUF meetings relating to social media/marketing.
- Expected to follow through on action items set in each meeting.
- Credited as Marketing/Social Media Manager on NWUF social media marketing and website.
- Oversee production workflow, tech needs, and staffing for all shows.
- Serve as point of contact between location and producers regarding all tech and production needs.
- Must attend special production meeting(s) and tech rehearsals.
- Credited as Production Manager on NWUF social media marketing and website.