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August 3, 2015
Fall term part-time graphic design paid internship positions with the option to receive academic credit. Office is located in the Michigan Union on central campus.
Open to current Stamps School of Art + Design students who have completed some graphic design coursework. (Not open to May 2015 grads).
Design promotional and informational communications for programs and services within the division of Student Life. Learn the practical and business aspects of the graphic design profession including working on multiple projects with clients, printers, and web/app developers.
To apply: please e-mail your resume, including a list of graphic design courses you have taken, to Lisa Bartlett, email@example.com
August 3, 2015
The College of Engineering is looking for a face painter for their outdoor homecoming party taking place on Friday October 9 from 4:30-6:30 PM at the Class of ‘47 E Reflecting Pool (North Campus). The selected artist will have the opportunity to interact with children, students, and guests. There will be free carnival-style food and live entertainment, so it’s going to be a relaxed and fun environment.
Please email Brie Winnega firstname.lastname@example.org to apply by August 31, 2016
Compensation is $75
August 3, 2015
Work study and volunteer internship opportunities with the University Musical Society provide valuable experience in all areas of arts management, including performing arts production, education, administration, ticket sales, programming, development, and marketing.
The following are currently available:
Ticket Office Customer Service Assistant Work Study
Education/Community Engagement Work Study/Volunteer Intern
Production/Artist Services Work Study/Volunteer Intern
Marketing – Graphic Design Work Study/Volunteer Intern
Marketing – General Marketing Work Study/Volunteer Intern
August 3, 2015
Franko Sallaku is looking for an art student that would be interested in working on a painting project at the Clements Library. It is not much work in volume, but it is work that needs an “art” eye. The white spots seen in these pictures need to matched to the color surrounding them
We will compensate accordingly and generously. Please contact Mr. Sallaku at email@example.com ASAP
August 3, 2015
Think about the ways in which people interact and behave in “third spaces”, and design a piece or collection of pieces that support the “third space” concept in the workplace. Your solution should fully consider the benefits and challenges of blending functions and activities in one space. Consideration should also be made for the functional aspects associated with the workplace which may include access to power, acoustics, privacy, or other needs. Finally, consider the Loewenstein brand and product offering, and design an addition that is consistent within that framework.
$5000 Grand Prize plus Royalties
Deadline is September 2, 2015
August 3, 2015
Spry Publishing LLC is seeking an intern for the Fall 2015 term.
Location: 315 East Eisenhower Pkwy, Ste 2, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Contact: Lynne Johnson, COO/Publisher, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours per week: 16 hours per week, ideally with at least one 8 hour day per week
Internship Duties: The intern will work in support of the design department for our book publishing and marketing company. Duties include layout of client projects using InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop as well as other general office duties.
Intern will utilize skills such as:
Using Illustrator to create icon based graphics and to render high resolution
graphics for placement in a variety of print and web media
Creating unique solutions for client communication
Creating infographics to be displayed on websites, blogs and printed materials
Selecting colors, images, fonts and text styles
Experience/Background preferred: The ideal applicant is a junior or senior pursuing a graphic design or related degree. Intern must have strong creative and artistic ability as well as good written and verbal communication. A knowledge of videography including shooting and editing are a huge plus, but not required.
Please send an email describing your skills and an online portfolio link with design/video samples to Lynne Johnson email@example.com
July 17, 2015
Diversity and Inclusion, a unit within University Housing, is seeking a graduate intern to manage art programming in The Connector.
The Connector Art Intern would manage and support various educational programs, events, and initiatives related to art. This may include organizing projects, student competitions, calls for art/performances, and showcases, and coordinating with local, professional artists to display/purchase artwork. All of this would be designed to create inspired experiences that lead to a broader understanding of diversity and inclusion in our University community and its connection to the art world.
July 16, 2015
The UM Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine is seeking a freelance graphic designer with experience/interest in information/ visual communication. Under the direction of Drs. Angela Fagerlin and Aaron Scherer, the ideal candidate would perform a series of jobs related to an ongoing research project on communicating information about infectious diseases [Ebola, influenza, and Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)].
Tasks will include creating a variety of visuals that communicate information about infectious diseases. Examples include heat maps to communicate the spread of a disease, risk ladders to communicate how infectious one disease is compared to another, and/or infectious disease infographics. Ideally, the candidate will be able to work with the research team over the next 2 years to create visuals and refine them based on our testing. Additional tasks will include minor graphic design work for the website that will be created at the end of the research period.
Please submit a letter outlining relevant expertise (especially regarding information visuals) to Dr. Scherer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Compensation rate will depend on qualifications. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Work will ideally begin in late-Fall or early Winter 2015.
Categories: Freelance: Design
July 13, 2015
Alumna Molly Dierks is looking for a Stamps student with experience/expertise in mold making and casting to finish a casting a project. The job is compensated at $100-$125.00 based on the time it takes to complete the casting. This should be relatively straightforward for someone adept at casting with a studio space in which to work. Ideally the project would be completed within 1-2 weeks of assignment.
If interested, please send a few images of prior cast projects (experience with flex molds a must) in a word or PDF document, and a brief outline of your experience in the same document or in the body of the email: email@example.com with CAST PROJECT as the subject.
First come first serve basis. If you do not hear from Molly within 3 days, this means an assistant has already been selected.
June 16, 2015
The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies is seeking an experienced student Videographer to create, edit, and produce a promotional video for the Judaic Studies academic program. Video production will begin in late August/early September and include taping of Judaic Studies students providing first-hand experience testimonials as well as video clips showcasing various area around campus. The Videographer will be responsible for all pre- to post-production aspects of the video creation including filming, sound quality, lighting, editing, animation, voice-over, and uploading. A successful candidate should be able to produce an outline, write a script, and conduct interviews to produce a story.
Skills & Qualifications:
• Video Editing & Video Shooting
• Experience creating and publishing videos online
• Self-starter able to work with limited direction
• Very detail-oriented
• Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
• Strong time and project management skills
• Committed to the vision of promoting the Judaic Studies program
Requires a flexible schedule and hours will vary based on the availability of student interviewees. Video production will begin in late August/early September.
Please submit a resume and links to video portfolio to Cheri Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31, 2015
Compensation is $10-$16 based on experience