Public Engagement Manager.
Paid Full-time position based in New York City.
Photoville is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual with proven experience and strengths in education, public programming and community outreach.
Here is an opportunity for a creative professional to work with our team to continue moving our existing partnerships and programs forward while creating and developing new initiatives and reaching even more communities focusing on education, public programs and community events.
If you think you would be a great fit, don’t hesitate to reach out and if you know someone who could be perfect for our small but growing organization, please spread the word.
Add your name to our growing list!
Photoville Freelance Roster
Hourly rates start at $25+
(depending on role, duration and skill set)
We are an organization that not only produces the annual festival in New York City, but produces projects throughout the country, and we are always looking for wonderful, skilled creatives and production people to hire! We are always being asked how folks can get involved, and so here is how you can be considered!
Some of the roles we are looking to fill over the next few months for our festival and various projects in New York City and in a few cities across the United States:
Exhibition Fabricator and/or carpenters
General Administrative Assistants
Education Assistant and/or Field Trip Docent
Public Program Assistants and/or Docents
If you are interested, please head to our Photoville Freelance Roster page for more information and to throw your hat in the ring to be considered!
…and there is still time to submit your Photoville Festival ideas!
Photoville Festival 2022 will kick off with an Opening Day Community Celebration in the glorious Brooklyn Bridge Park on Saturday June 4, 2022 and will feature public art exhibitions in all 5 boroughs for the month of June, in collaboration with local cultural institutions and NYC Parks.
We want to see your visual stories — local and global, long-term projects and pressing current issues, stories of communities, of celebration, of resilience, of challenges— stories that help us better understand the world around us.
Accepting proposals – now through March 4, 2022