WORK WITH TCMA
TO AMPLIFY NARRATIVES THAT ADVANCE EQUITY AND JUSTICE
We’re storytellers, collaborators and strategists who live in the margins, in nuance and imagination.
For TCMA's work to take shape in the way it needs to exist—centering the voices and experiences of people on the margins—it was vital for us to craft a space where we can show up as our true selves, a space for experimentation, creativity and shared learning.
We are doers who challenge each other to produce our best work and creatively solve problems, and lean on each other when trying to find a way to a solution—often maneuvering through tough conversations. We make time to reflect on our accomplishments and failures, and believe laughter and hard work aren’t dichotomies.
We are interested in people who want to be part of this culture and are committed to helping us continue to build TCMA’s new direction.
Call for Creative Specialists at Our Space Is Spoken For
TCMA is now accepting applications for Creative Specialists for its media arts project Our Space Is Spoken For. Our Space is a multidisciplinary public art storytelling project where BIPOC artists work in teams to adapt and publicly perform St. Paul BIPOC residents’ stories in spaces inherent to their stories. As creative specialists, you will use your expertise to support Our Space artists in enacting and amplifying their vision of their public art performances.
Scope of work may range from simple consulting to building and technical assistance. Areas include: Lighting design, Sound design, Projection artist/technician, Set Construction, Prop fabrication, Costume design, Makeup artists, Theatrical/Performance movement, Vocal coaches, Movement specialists.
Deadline: OPEN UNTIL FILLED. We will start reviewing applications on Friday, June 18, 2021 and then on a rolling basis thereafter.
Public Art Producer at Our Space Is Spoken For
TCMA is now accepting applications for a Public Art Producer (temp, contractor) for its media arts project Our Space Is Spoken For. Our Space is a multidisciplinary public art storytelling project where BIPOC artists work in teams to adapt and publicly perform St. Paul BIPOC residents’ stories in spaces inherent to their stories. The Producer will work alongside the Program Associate in supporting 2021 Our Space artist teams in the production of their public art performances and ensuring their success
Deadline: OPEN UNTIL FILLED. Reviewing applications every Tuesday and Thursday.