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Repertory Singers Executive Director Search

Repertory Singers Executive Director Search Applications are now open for the permanent part-time job of Executive Director for Repertory Singers. The job description and qualifications are below. A cover letter and resume are required to apply. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION SOUTHERN OREGON REPERTORY SINGERS THE ORGANIZATION: Southern Oregon Repertory Singers in a non-profit performing arts organization entering its 32nd year. Led by Dr. Paul French, Music Director, the 60-voice auditioned semi-professional chorus consists of both paid and unpaid singers. The 2017-18 season is comprised of four concerts with two performances each at the 440-seat Southern Oregon University Recital Hall as well as a three- performance collaborative concert with Rogue Valley Symphony. There is an active Board of Directors. The organization is financially sound, generates a surplus, and has financial reserves.

JOB TITLE: Executive Director, Part-time, Permanent, 20 hours per week average.

SEARCH TIMELINE: Open until filled.

REPORTS TO: President of

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Woman Made Gallery: Call for Art

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Woman Made Gallery: Call for Art

 

January 2015

 

Woman Made Gallery is pleased to announce our first call for art of 2015, juried by new Executive Director Claudine Isé.

Feminism (n.): Plural Exhibition Dates: May 8-June 25, 2015 Final Entry Due Date: February 11, 2015

“When feminism falls short of our expectations,” writes Roxane Gay in her 2014 book Bad Feminist, “we decide the problem is with feminism rather than with the flawed people who act in the name of the movement.” Inspired by the themes articulated in Gay’s book, WMG invites artists of all genders to submit works that ask us to rethink what feminism is, was, and can be.

The guiding premise of “Feminism (n.) Plural” is that feminism is not a monolithic movement but instead an ever-evolving concept. There is no capital F “Feminism” acting as the Law to which its subjects must uncritically

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ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER NAMES KIM HEARON EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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(Medford, OR) – June 19, 2013– The Rogue Gallery & Art Center (RGAC) announced today the appointment of a new Executive Director. Ms. Hearon stepped in as the interim executive director in November 2012, following the resignation of Jules Masterjohn.

“Kim Hearon has served successfully during the time of transition. Her enthusiasm, combined with her background in business and the arts made her the obvious choice for executive director” says Rogue Gallery board president Frann Wolfe. Ms. Hearon is a longtime resident of the Rogue Valley. She was a partner in Molly Reed Gifts and Interiors in downtown Medford for over 20 years. An artist herself, she holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in painting and drawing, and has been involved in several art organizations in the region.

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center recently completed a strategic plan. Under Ms. Hearon’s direction, the organization is already working to

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The Artist’s Voice, Jan-Feb 2013 Issue

Ashland Art Center’s bi-monthly newsletter, The Artist’s Voice is hot off the press!  Click here to download a pdf and read about the Art Center’s accomplishments in 2012, new Board Members and much more.

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ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER NAMES KIM HEARON INTERIM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center (RGAC) announced today the appointment of an Interim Executive Director. Kim Hearon will temporarily succeed Jules Masterjohn, who will step down as Executive Director on November 2, after nearly 3 years of service to this vital visual arts organization.

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