MAHYUE STUDIOS seeks talented Contributing Writers to join our team. The Contributing Writers responsibilities will include overseeing all aspects of the production process, from inception to submission. You should also liaise with the client/subjects to delineate assignment-related expectations, as needed.
To ensure success as a MAHYUE STUDIOS Contributing Writer, you should be accustomed to working with various work processors. Ultimately, an outstanding contributor will tailor their writing style to accommodate the needs of different audiences.
Formulating texts in accordance with prescribed editorial and formatting guidelines.
Communicating with the client to explicate assignment-related expectations, as required.
Informing the client of assignment-related difficulties as they are detected.
Ensuring that texts are properly researched.
Maintaining originality in your work.
Proofreading your assignments to detect and correct errors.
Submitting completed works via the requisite channels.
Must have an interest in the promotion of Black women and POC artists within the arts community.
Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing, Journalism, Communication Studies, or adjacent field.
Prior writing experience, preferably as a Freelancer.
Portfolio of completed works.
Own personal or laptop computer.
Familiarity with mainstream word processing software.
Excellent communication and time management skills.
Capacity to work with minimal supervision.
Self-motivated, disciplined approach to work
If you're a Black woman painter, free access to the BGWP membership and resources
Direct mentorship and guidance from the CEO
Position is remote and unpaid
15-20 hours per quarter
Show off your writing skills with a cover letter (1) that tells us why you are perfect for the MAHYUE STUDIOS Contributing Writer Program along with your résumé (2) to email@example.com with the subject line "Contributing Writer." Incomplete applications will not be considered.
About MAHYUE STUDIOS
Mahyue Studios is a creative agency that encourages artists to reacquaint themselves with their inner child through the lens of Mahyue, the child who freely created independent of the status quo. I motivate artists to unlock new heights in their artist practice by using exploration & experimentation as a catalyst for personal & artistic growth. Understanding that we are multi-dimensional artists, I focus on soul searching & emotional intelligence to enhance the studio practice, as well.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT seeks a talented part-time Community Outreach Intern to join our team. We are looking for a creative professional interested in expanding their administrative and public relations skills. Are you a college student looking for more experience in branding and marketing? Are you an artist/marketer interested in expanding your portfolio in arts administration? Do you also share the love of storytelling, design, and community engagement/outreach? Perfect, this may be the right fit for you!
This position is an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of how entrepreneurial, community arts, and small business worlds operate and intersect under the supervision of the CEO and Project Coordinator. The Outreach Intern will work both independently and collaboratively to create new engaging content for various projects/campaigns while gaining valuable online media experience with our growing community. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating and/or executing outreach initiatives, assisting with the new quarterly online magazine, copywriting/content creation, and participating in strategy meetings amongst other duties assigned, while being published on our content platforms, social networks, and newsletters.
Conduct outreach for press, promotions, external/internal member communication, and other company initiatives
Develop ongoing communication strategies to positively position BGWP and our stories
Respond to all general inquiries and coordinate all media requests
Manage the Editorial Calendar (BGWP events, interviews, press releases, and online magazine)
Assist with program efforts and scheduling
Must have an interest in the promotion of Black women artists within the arts community.
Must have proficient knowledge of public relations & marketing
Must have excellent written communication, administrative, and time management skills, as well as a flexible schedule
Show off your writing skills with a cover letter (1) that tells us why you are perfect for the BLACK GIRL WHO PAINTS Internship Program along with your résumé (2) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "BGWP Internship." Incomplete applications will not be considered.
About BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT
BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT (BGWP) is a safe space dedicated to support & empower Black women painters by promoting positive representation, sisterhood, & community - one that Founder Sasha-Loriene always wanted as a young girl. Created by a Black woman who manifested the community she wanted as a young girl, BGWP offers a directory of featured services, events, and available art for purchase from Black women painters across the globe. BGWP is also a membership that supports Black girls, teens, and students in their art pursuit through the BGWP Awards Fund. Through increased visibility, positive representation, and support, BGWP aims to empower Black women painters to see and invest in themselves and Black girls to see themselves in the art world.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis.