Part-Time Marketing Coordinator / Publicist / Graphic Designer
Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists (CAATA)
Ku’u ‘Aina, Ku’u Piko, Ku’u Kahua: Return to the Source
National Asian American Theater Conference and Festival, HI 2020
The Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA) mission is to advance the field of Asian American Theater through a national network of organizations and artists. CAATA is committed to an inclusive and evolving definition of “Asian,” “American,” & “Theater.” HICONFEST2020 will specifically center the voices of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander theater practitioners. If you would like to be a part of this conversation please apply!
The Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA) seeks a part-time marketing consultant/publicist /graphic designer for its 2020 National Asian American Theater Conference and Festival (ConFest) taking place at the University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa, August 7 – 16, 2020. Working in collaboration with CAATA’s part-time staff and board of directors as well as UH Mānoa staff. The job starts immediately and will continue through the end of August. We are seeking an organized, self-starting, creative individual who enjoys working remotely as part of a highly collaborative team. The position will be performed on a telecommuting basis, however, availability to attend the ConFest, at CAATA’s expense, is expected.
- Design, implementation and coordination of marketing campaign, including social media, direct mail, paid advertising, print materials, program book, website updates/maintenance, e-blasts, and direct, community-based, grassroots outreach to key potential constituents
- Generation and management of publicity in local and global media outlets, including but not limited to, drafting and disseminating press releases for the event
- Coordination of online registration and ticketing platforms.
Candidates should have strong organization, communication and interpersonal skills, be detail-oriented and also, adept at handling multiple tasks with ease and enjoy working on their own as well as with members of the executive team tasked with producing the ConFest on behalf of the organization. Prior performing arts festival and/or conference marketing and publicity experience is preferred. Knowledge and contacts within Hawaii’s theater community and media outlets is a plus. A solid commitment to Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities, and interest in theater are all highly desirable.
To apply, please send a letter describing your interest and relevant experience, resume, and contact information for three references to [email protected].
About CAATA ConFest: Kuʻu ʻĀina, Kuʻu Piko, Kuʻu Kahua: Return to the Source
The contributions of theater practitioners from Hawai’i have largely gone unrecognized by American Theater. From being founders and original cast members of every established Asian American Theater or play on the continent, to any broadway play featuring Asian American actors, artists from Hawai’i have been there. It is time to come back to Kuʻu ‘Āina (land), Kuʻu Piko (center), and Kuʻu Kahua (stage).
This year’s ConFest will center the voices of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander theater practitioners. Attendees will be exposed to the idea of what is like to create theater in a state where Asian Americans are in the majority. And be introduced to the thriving theater community of Hawai’i, where Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander faces on stage is the NORM not the exception.
The Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists (CAATA) envisions a strong and sustainable Pan Asian American community, that welcomes and includes Central/West Asian, Arab, Middle Eastern, and Pacific Islander American theatre communities, all of which are an integral presence in national culture—evocative of our past, declarative of our present, and innovative towards our future. Our mission is to advance the field of Pan Asian and Pacific Islander American theater through a national network of organizations and artists. We collaborate to inspire learning and sharing of knowledge, and resources to promote a healthy, equitable, and sustainable artistic ecology. We hold national conferences and festivals biennially in different parts of the country, reaching as wide a range of Pan Asian and Pacific Islander American populations and communities as possible. CAATA held its first-ever National Asian American Theater Conference in Los Angeles in 2006. The most recent Conference and Festival was held in Chicago in 2018. For more information, please visit www.caata.net.