Category Archives: Opportunities & Workshops

Find opportunities including paid and volunteer work around the area. Also find workshops to increase your experience and skills.

Audition and Workshop 2018: LA Acting Coach Alice Caeter

Well known LA acting coach Alice Caeter is coming to UT to teach an audition and scene study workshop.
She has worked with actors such as Kathryn McCormick from “Step Up Revolution” and CSI
Jonathan Schaech from “Legends of Tomorrow” and “That Thing You Do” ,  Robert C Miranda, “Worrier”   Just to name a few.
You can look up more information on Alice and her teaching technique on her website at  www.actwithalice.com
If you are interested in the class please send an email to the email below (DO NOT SIGN UP ON THE SITE) and specify which class you would like to sign up for.teens or adult ,and Alice will contact you.
To sign up for a class or if you have any questions please use email below.
Alice will be hosting two audition and scene study workshop classes in Salt Lake City
One for teens and one for adults.
Rate$150
Teen Class
Ages:12 -17
Date: Sat. Nov 3rd
Time: 10:00 am -1:00 pm
Adults Class  (teens 16 and up may attend the adult class if parents are comfortable with it)
Date: Sat. Nov 3rd
Time: 2:00 pm  – 5:00 pm
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Opportunity 2018: Goldring Arts Journalism – 1 Year Master’s Degree

What do you want to be?

Theater critic for a major magazine?

Arts editor at a leading news site?

Photo editor at a cultural publication?

Pop music writer and critic for an alternative weekly?

Arts producer for a leading television network?

Communications expert working for a major arts festival, film festival, museum, opera company, or performing arts center?

Goldring Arts Journalism Program offers a 12-month intensive master’s degree at the renowned S.I. Newshouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse, New York. The rigorous program includes graduate seminars in cultural reporting and criticism, visual and digital communication skills, media law, cultural studies and the literature of journalism; media internships in Manhattan and Upstate New York; and professional publication.

Goldring fellowships are available, made possible by the generosity of Lola Goldring.

Application deadline is January 15, 2019.

For more information or to apply, go the following website: http://artsjournalism.syr.edu.

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Job Opportunity 2018: KE-UR Full-time Radio Announcer

Open Date 10/17/2018
Requisition Number PRN18682B
Job Title Announcer
Working Title Announcer
Job Grade D
FLSA Code Administrative
Standard Hours per Week  40
Full Time or Part Time? Full Time
 Shift  Day; Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
VP Area  President
Department 00335 – KUER
 Location  Campus
City Salt Lake City, UT
 Type of Recruitment  External Posting
Pay Rate Range $31,600/yr. – $58,400/yr.
Open Until Filled Yes
Job Summary On-air radio host responsible for announcing programs of local interest.
Responsibilities Write, voice and produce/mix on-air content, including program/development promos and on-air fundraising features. Write and post web content. May deliver weather and write and anchor daily newscasts. May be responsible for technical direction of a radio program.
 Minimum Qualifications  Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Broadcasting, or a related field, and one year of previous professional experience in the news field or equivalency. Demonstrated oral and written communications skills and an understanding of Public Radio and radio broadcasting required.
Type Benefited Staff

Job Opportunities 2018: Media Arts Lab Openings

The Media Arts Lab currently has a number of student job openings and we are looking for Media Arts Students to fill them. Here are the jobs we are looking to fill:

MAL Access Student Manager
Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Media Arts Administrator in managing the Media Arts Labs
  • Create Agenda and Minutes for the Media Arts Lab Meetings
  • Manage door access to labs
  • May be asked to work at Checkout or FSSS
  • Good organization skills needed
  • Ability to follow-up and complete tasks as asked

HFAC Checkout Attendant
Responsibilities:

  • Attend to students checking out equipment at the HFAC Media Arts Checkout
  • Organize and maintain film equipment
  • Train students on equipment
  • Must have a good knowledge of film equipment – Able to repair a plus
  • Looking for someone with great customer service skills
  • NOTE: we are specifically looking for someone who could work Saturdays from 9am-12pm as well as other hours during the week

High End Editing Lab Assistant
Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the High-End Editing Lab and Open Lab computers and servers.
  • Maintain the department DIT kits
  • Computer support for students using editing stations
  • Must have a good knowledge of editing systems and computers. Networking experience would be a plus.

Workshop 2018: Jeff Johnson Acting Workshop

ACTORS…   
There was a problem with the previous email. Some of the links were not working. My apologies. M. 
 

October Workshop –

Oct. 15 through Oct. 29 – Mon/Tues/Thurs. See below for details.
I am looking for some actors who want to jump in and do some serious work.
 
 
If you want to hone your audition skills and do some great scene work… sign up. 
All your work will be on camera and will be uploaded to my website so you can watch it, break it down on your own and learn from it. 
 
I will work with you for the first six sessions. We’ll cover auditions in the first session. Move on to a couple monologues. Then follow up with scene work. I will edit your scenes for the seventh and final session with Vickie and Jeff, during which they will give you feedback on your work. 
 
Click on this image below to see samples of scene work in the Workshop. 

It’s a great opportunity to show Jeff and Vickie your work and be able to ask questions and get valuable input on not only your work but on the Utah film industry. 
 
If this fits into your schedule, jump in. Hard work and results lie ahead. If you want to be a better actor, come join us.