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Job: Digital Content Manager at The Shed

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    Luke Waltzer
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    About The Shed

    Opening in spring 2019 where the High Line meets Hudson Yards on Manhattan\’s west side, The Shed will be dedicated to commissioning, producing, and presenting the full spectrum of performing arts, visual arts, and pop culture. From hip hop to classical music, painting and sculpture to literature, film to theater and dance, The Shed will bring together leading artists and thinkers from all disciplines under one roof. The building—a remarkable movable structure designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group—physically transforms to support artists\’ most ambitious ideas. Committed to nurturing artistic invention and bringing creative experiences to the broadest possible audiences, The Shed, led by Artistic Director and CEO Alex Poots, will be a 21st-century space of and for New York City.

    About the Position

    Reporting to the Editorial Director, the Digital Content Manager will coordinate development and production of original multi-channel content as a critical component of The Shed’s overall communications strategy. The Shed is committed to bringing the creative process behind each Shed commission, from concept to presentation, closer to audiences. The Digital Content Manager will be charged with overseeing all aspects of production of multimedia features including but not limited to videos, podcasts, original audio content, social media assets, and digital interactive experiences as part of an overall communications strategy designed to bring these stories closer to audiences.

    Read more and apply via https://theshed.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/18.11.02-Digital-Content-Manager-Job-description.pdf.

    This topic was also posted in: New Media Lab - Forum, Digital Humanities Initiative.
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