Etiquette Needs You!
25 July 2012
Tania De Rozario
Etiquette is a volunteer-run collective comprising passionate individuals who believe in the importance of visibility of women in all creative fields. Currently, we are looking for women to be part of our volunteer team -- Raise your hand! :
Social Media Assistant Temporary (1 person) [POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED]
The person will be in charge of setting up a new Facebook page for Etiquette and contacting existing fans in order to get them to re-join the new page. Commitment Once a week, till the end of August.
Content Assistant Ongoing (1-2 people) [POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED]
Interested in issues related to women in the arts and enjoy using social media as a tool of communication? We are looking for individuals to contribute content to our FB page. Content should comprise links to current articles and 1-2 lines of original text. Commitment Ongoing, 1 post each day.
Listings Assistant Ongoing (2 people)
If you're organised and meticulous, we're loooking to maintain an ongoing database of the events our contributors participate in. You will use a ready-made template to archive the information sent to you. Commitment Roughly 3 hours a month, at your own time.
Graphic Designer Ongoing 1 person [POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED]
If you know how to embed images into e-mails and have a good sense of design, we are looking for someone to translate ready content into our ongoing monthly newsletter. Commitment 1 day a month
Guest Bloggers Any number of people (Adjunct)
Write well? Interested in issues of gender? Motivated by keen feminist enquiry? We're looking for articles related to representations of women in art and media, unique perspectives of gender in relation to the creative industries and personal accounts of how gender has affected your creative practice as a woman, for the Etiquette blog. Pieces should be written in clear, concise English, be furnished with the necessary hyperlinks/images and should focus preferebly, on local subject matter. Commitment Pitch us an idea any time you like, and we will let you know whether it fits in with our content. And if you have not written for us before, send us some writing samples along with your pitch.
If you think you might like to contribute to Etiquette in any of the above areas, do drop us a mail at ExhibitingEtiquette@gmail.com for more information
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