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Marketing Coordinator [Mystic Arts Center]

Posted by Amanda Gustin on November 9, 1971 in job announcements |

Marketing Coordinator, Mystic Arts Center, CT

Marketing Coordinator
The Mystic Arts Center in Historic Downtown Mystic, CT seeks a
part-time Marketing Coordinator to work 20-24 hours a week.
Requirements: Experience in advertising, newsletter production, website,
social media networking and media relations. Ideal candidate thinks
strategically and creatively, maximizing results with a very limited
budget. Exceptional writing and communications skills; proficiency in
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) and web/internet.
Experience in arts or other nonprofit organization a plus.  Please
submit resume and cover letter including salary requirements and 3
references to: Mystic Arts Center, Attn: Karen Barthelson, 9 Water
Street, Mystic, CT  06355 or email to
exec@mysticarts.org<mailto:exec@mysticarts.org>

Development Manager
The Mystic Arts Center in Historic Downtown Mystic, CT seeks a
part-time Development Manager to work 20-24 hours a week. Requirements:
Proven fundraising track record in corporate, foundation and major gift
solicitation, cultivation, and retention. Capital campaign experience
preferred. Exceptional writing/communication skills with successful
grant writing experience. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel,
Access and PowerPoint) and web/internet. Please submit resume and cover
letter including salary requirements and 3 references to: Mystic Arts
Center, Attn: Karen Barthelson, 9 Water Street, Mystic, CT  06355 or
email to exec@mysticarts.org<mailto:exec@mysticarts.org>

Founded in 1913, the Mystic Arts Center (then the Society of Mystic
Artists) has continually grown and adapted over the years, expanding its
facility, staff, resources and programming to meet the needs of the
community.  MAC is open year-round, seven days a week, and maintains
active education and exhibition schedules in addition to collaborating
with other community organizations to offer an array of enriching
cultural events for the region.

Mystic Arts Center is the vibrant hub connecting community, creative
expression and rich artistic heritage.  The mission of the Mystic Arts
Center is to foster the creation, understanding, appreciation, and
enjoyment of the arts through exhibitions, education programs and
cultural collaborations.  MAC maintains a permanent collection of
artwork by members of the Mystic Arts Colony and its founding artists.
These historic works help visitors to make connections between the
current community of Mystic artists and Mystic’s early artists. They
also serve as primary sources for the study of Mystic’s early 20th
century history. The Mystic Arts Center organizes approximately 14
exhibitions a year in four galleries totaling nearly 4,000 square feet.
These exhibitions offer opportunities for aspiring and accomplished
artists as well as the general public to exhibit and view art of all
styles.

Education programs at MAC began as early as the 1940s with a need for
arts instruction. As demand and support for the program increased, a
studio wing was added to the facility in 1999. This year, MAC offered an
array of studio-based classes, reaching almost 600 individuals. School
outreach was introduced about 10 years ago and today serves over 1,400
students and teachers in New London County. Diverse public offerings
also include art history lectures, artists’ talks, guided art trips,
evening socials, family programs, pre-school classes and off-site
programs. A strategic initiative of the Education Department this year
connected select public programs to exhibitions, providing a richer
context for and deeper engagement with the art on exhibition in our
galleries.

MAC serves as a convener for both our public and our peer
organizations. Weekly, we open our studios for public use by artists and
creative families in the community. We partner with Arts Café Mystic to
present readings by world-renowned poets and rent the facility at a much
reduced rate for fellow local non-profits.

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