Pentacle Updates: Newsletter #18

Don’t Miss Out: Program Highlights & Internship Opportunities 📧

Calling Arts Entities and Aspiring Administrators!

Are you an arts entity looking for extra hands and expanded administrative capacity? Or perhaps you are a budding arts administrator and would appreciate a structured, hands-on internship with a local performing arts organization. Apply now for Pentacle’s Spring Arts Administration Internship Program by Sunday, November 12th.

📅 Program Dates: January 29th – April 22nd, 2024. Application Deadline: November 12th, 2023.

Intern & Guest Speaker Selfie posted on Instagram

Last Session: Blog Post | Meet the newest additions to New York City’s Arts Administration Workforce!

What’s Included:

  • 💰 Stipend: Pentacle compensates the interns directly for their time and dedication.
  • 📚 Professional Development Seminars: Interns develop valuable skills with leaders in the field to compliment their internship hours.
  • 🏗️ Structure & Guidance: Companies benefit from a structured and personalized program to maximize their capacity.
  • 🤝 Network with peers and access an impressive arts administration alumni group!

COMPANIES – Learn More & Apply

INTERNS – Learn More & Apply

Program Highlights

Tout for Artist Services programs📢 Discover Our Expanded Mentor Pool

Exciting news! Check out our new webpage featuring a diverse array of mentors with expertise in marketing, capacity building, development, and more. Tap into their knowledge offered through Pentacle’s Administrative Support Program (ASP) services. Explore ASP Mentors now!

Newsletter tout for Roster programsWORKSHOP: Accessibility & Access ALLways with Roster Artist Kinetic Light!

Led by company member Laurel Lawson, this online workshop uses fundamental principles of equity and hospitality to help you learn how to create equitable access for performances, events, audiences, and organizations. Register HERE for Nov. 9th, and use code Pentacle-KL for 10% off!

Education & Outreach ToutStephanie Takes Center Stage in The New York Times!

Stephanie Peña, one of our most cherished long-time Teaching Artists, shines in The New York Times! August’s must-do guide recommended her Latin dance class at Little Island. Witness her in action with students on our blog recapping last year’s Education & Outreach programming. Don’t miss it!

Tout for New Initiatives programmign

NEW & IMPROVED: nextSteps will Relaunch in Early 2024!

Enjoy exclusive early access to the Individual Donor Thank You Letter and Individual Donor Research Tracking templates. And stay tuned for the launch of expanded live chat, new templates, and a comprehensive search function on Pentacle’s nextSteps, your free online arts resource platform.