Call to Merchants + Creatives

Spring FLAUNT2022: Let’s Play! will feature a 6-week public art installation (March 3 – April 14) in downtown Thomasville, with boundless opportunities for playlarger-than-life Monopoly-inspired art and design, and will ultimately inspire you to dream, take chances, and create the things you imagine.

In addition to the public art, Thomasville Center for the Arts will introduce THOMopolyour version of Monopoly, that will focus on the creative entrepreneurs, innovators and change makers in our downtown and creative district. THOMopoly will drive the player to our neighborhood and encourage “playing together.”

DEADLINE:  AUGUST 31

To be one of only 22 merchant spots on the THOMopoly game OR be included in the “Chance” + “Community Chest” opportunities (available on a first come, first serve basis), OR be a FLAUNT sponsor, contact Darlene Crosby Taylor @ 229.221.1859.

DUE SOUTH 2022 is currently in the works.  Keep your eyes open for lots of artist opportunities – COMING SOON!

 

 

Reports to: Public Art Director
Status: 
Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid with Perks

Looking for creative, self-motivated artists/visionaries with the desire to work on public art projects over several programs.  This is an amazing learning experience for any person aspiring to work in the art field.

Key Responsibilities:

  • System management of documents across various platforms
  • Input in both design and implementation with interaction across TCA programs
  • Collaborating and assisting with the creation of experiences
  • Work with director to create collateral for public art
  • Submit opportunities to local and regional community calendars
  • Social media document preparation
  • Hands-on public art implementation 

Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week beginning June 2021 (flexible) or after. Some applicants may be eligible for class credit from their college or university. Accepted interns working 12 hours/week or more will receive perks that include: tickets to events, class and workshop opportunities, monthly gas stipend, and a free membership to THOM Collective. You will learn so much here!

Please send a resume’, along with a cover letter stating why you think you are a good fit for this internship to dtaylor@thomasvillearts.org.

Reports to: Public Art
Status: 
Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid


Key Responsibilities:

  • Monthly eblasts to members
  • Updating information and platforms for new members
  • Website updates for members
  • Managing artwork for platforms
  • Assist in planning and coordination of THOM Collective challenges and exhibitions
  • Assist in managing THOM Collective artists for Teaching Artist Residency programs
  • Be a part of creative marketing for artists


Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week. Some applicants may be eligible for class credit from their college or university. Accepted interns will receive perks that include: tickets to events, class and workshop opportunities, and a free membership to THOM Collective.

Please send a resume’, along with a cover letter stating why you think you are a good fit for this internship to dtaylor@thomasvillearts.org.