Fresh Traditions is looking to hire a Marketing Coordinator to join the planning committee in developing and implementing marketing strategies for Fresh Traditions 9. This person would be responsible for all marketing planning and initiatives. The ideal candidate should be professional, reliable, good communicator and a team player and have a background in Marketing and Communications.
● Strong written and oral communication skills
● Positive attitude and willingness to work in a committee-run program
● Ability to handle a variety of tasks simultaneously
● Experience managing social media tools such as, but not limited to, You Tube, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, blogs, Google +, ect.
● A commitment to fashion, design and/or the arts
● Develop and manage marketing strategies*
● Identify target audiences
● Determine scope of marketing exposure and set goals
● Implement marketing campaign(s) *
● Recruit and manage Street Marketing & E-Marketing Team
● Create and manage time line/deadlines of your tasks
● Other duties as assigned*
Calling all Hmong fashion designers (and aspiring designers), Fresh Traditions wants to feature YOUR collection in 2015! Applications are now available! Application due date: January 16, 2015. Good Luck!
Center for Hmong Arts & Talent in partnership with Intermedia Arts
is offering a great and FREE opportunity for artists of ALL AGES!
No experience necessary!
Work closely with local poet, and award-winning playwright
May Lee-Yang to learn the basic fundamentals of writing plays!
Using writing exercises, inspiration from other artists, and improv,
you and May Lee-Yang will create short plays that you will get to
CHAT Crash Courses take place at
Center for Hmong Arts & Talent
995 University Avenue, Studio 220, St. Paul, Minnesota
Advanced registration preferred.
To enroll or for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org or 6516036971
BIO: May Lee-Yang is an award-winning playwright and performance artist. She is most well-known for her play, Confessions of a Lazy Hmong Woman, which has been toured nationally and was translated into a Hmong-language production. She often teaches theater and creative writing through COMPAS, Mu Performing Arts, the St. Paul Public Library, and Letters to Our Grandchildren, a theater project with Hmong elders.
Synopsis: Kaj Siab and her childhood friends realize that although they are years apart from their parent’s generation, their American values and experiences are more similar to their Hmong roots than they thought.
This is their story pursuit of happiness in the land of opportunity and freedom.
Second Generation Blues debuts December 18 at The Wellstone Center/Neighborhood House and runs through December 21.
Tickets are limited and available at the box office, first come, first serve. For group rates of 6 or more, contact email@example.com or 6516036971.