Join the staff at AHB!
Content Manager +Graphic Designer
Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB), a 501 (C)(3) local arts agency, is seeking an energetic, resourceful individual to provide overall digital material creation, support and maintenance skills to bring content to a new cultural community platform.
This part-time online Content Manager +Graphic Designer position acts as the platform’s “gatekeeper” for Currents Online, and will be responsible for collecting, creating and curating website content and developing a unique voice to tell the story of arts and culture on Bainbridge Island. Key responsibilities include; website curation (55%), ongoing outreach (10%), social media (15%), event communications (10%), press releases (10%), and other tasks as assigned. The Content Manager reports to the Executive Director and works with AHB staff and Board of Directors, artists, cultural organizations, collaborators and volunteers to produce a variety of digital content and email communications to support the daily operations of the new platform.
See job description for more details. Apply on Currents Online at Content Manager +Graphic Designer
Currents Online is here!
Bainbridge Island’s first comprehensive resource for all things arts and culture is aloft. Start exploring our community’s abundance of creativity at bainbridgecurrents.com.
An extensive calendar of events across the cultural sector. Interactive directories of local artists and arts organizations. The latest arts news. A virtual tour of public art around the island. Links to auditions, calls for art, arts jobs and volunteer opportunities, grants, and more. Find it all on Currents Online, a new project by Arts & Humanities Bainbridge.
It can be hard to keep abreast of everything that’s happening in the cultural sector – exhibitions, concerts, classes, plays, lectures, art walks, film screenings, poetry readings, and more. And with such a diversity of galleries, museums, nonprofit organizations, and creative individuals active in our community, sometimes seeing the forest for the trees can be a challenge. But we believe there’s something invaluable about tapping into the island’s creative spirit. We also believe that it should be easier to do. That’s why AHB has launched Currents Online.
Currents Online makes it possible for the first time to experience the full breadth and depth of Bainbridge Island’s creative culture in one easy-to-use resource. Never want to miss an event or performance again? Visit the interactive events calendar and sign up for the weekly Currents Online newsletter. Curious about all the island’s artists, musicians, and performers? Discover your neighbor’s creative genius in the Artist Directory. Ever wondered about the sculptures and murals you’ve seen around town? Explore the island through the Public Art portal. Want to land the lead in the next play or find a bass player for your new band? Get connected to a wealth of opportunities and resources. Currents Online will offer you these tools and much more. Best of all, every part of the platform is free to use.
All the elements of the island’s cultural sector are interwoven. You should be able to experience them that way. You already know and love parts of our creative community. Now with Currents Online, you can get to know the whole thing.