(Part Time) Registration Assistant Application

Position summary:  

The primary purposes of this position are to process PCA&M course registrations.  Position also responsible for processing financial aid, coordinating the placement of live models for classes and a variety of administrative support duties for the PCA&M education program.

Essential functions and responsibilities:

Success factors/job competencies:

Physical demands and work environment:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Work Days and Shifts:

Position generally works 3 days per week and must be able to be flexible to work an occasional week night or Saturday. Approximately 20-22 hours per week..  

Education/Certification(s)/License(s) required:

Experience/Other required:

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Spring 2021 Artists Market Application

We’re now taking submissions for vendors of all mediums and styles to participate in our upcoming Spring Artists Market! Please read the details, and fill out the form below to complete your submission to be considered for the event.

Submissions will be open from now until Monday, March 22nd, 2021.

Accepted vendors will be notified on Wednesday, March 24th, 2021.

Please feel free to email Audra Clayton with any questions aclayton@pghartsmedia.org

Event Date: Saturday, April 24th from 10:00am to 4:00pm

Location: The front lawn of PCA&M, 1047 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15232

Cost (if accepted): $60 for non PCA&M members | $50 for PCAM members

Spaces: 10ft x10ft outdoor, non electric.

Vendors are encouraged to provide their own tents and tables. A small number of tables are available to rent for $5.

Covid Safety: Spaces will be placed 6 feet apart and masks will be required of all shoppers and vendor

This is a  rain or shine event. PCAM will have indoor restrooms available to vendors and shoppers.

This form is currently closed for submissions.

Summer Camp Cancellation

Dear Friends of Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media,

 

As some of you may already know, last Friday, the City of Pittsburgh announced that summer camps, along with many other summer gatherings, cannot comply safely with social distancing and will not be allowed this summer as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 crisis. 

 

It is with heavy hearts that we must cancel our in-person summer camps for the summer of 2020. While we are disappointed that we must make this decision, it is one that will keep everyone safe. If you have signed up your children for a camp with us, you will be receiving an email directly about the refund process. 

 

This does not mean that we will have no summer programming for children and teens this summer. We have a long history of offering a wide-variety of studio and media arts camps for children and teens ages 6 – 17 years old. The summertime is our most vibrant time as an arts center, our studios filled with students eager to learn and create. That is why we are working hard to develop online options so that we can continue to serve the creative youth of our city, just in a different way than we’re accustomed to. 

 

Please check our website in the month of June for our new summer youth programming, and if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at info@pghartsmedia.org.  

 

Sincerely,

 

Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media

PCA&M Goes Online

PCA&M is making every effort to make sure we keep our students, staff and teaching artists safe while still allowing everyone to continue to pursue your creative side!
This Spring we are making the leap into converting a handful of classes into affordable and safe online alternatives. Stay posted as we announce our fully online adult summer program soon!

PCA&M Covid-19 Updates

April 1, 2020

 

Dear Friends of Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media,

This Monday, Governor Wolf extended the stay-at-home order due to COVID-19 until April 30th. With this new information, Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media will remain closed to students, members, and the public through April 30th to do our part in keeping our community members safe and healthy during these unprecedented times. As this situation changes week to week, we will continue to follow Governor Wolf’s orders and will open once the stay-at-home and closure of non-essential businesses orders have been lifted.

As we move through this uncharted territory, all of us have had to make difficult decisions in our lives to follow shutdown and stay-at-home orders. Many businesses and organizations are facing tough financial decisions while their doors are closed, and unfortunately, Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media is no exception. It is with heavy hearts that we’ve had to furlough the majority of our staff, effective April 1st through April 30th. While this decision was hard to make, we believe it is one that will allow us to financially survive these times and return to our usual programming when we are told it is safe to do so. 

We are committed to following the recommendations of our government and medical professionals, and we are hopeful that the beginning of May will come with new information and resources that will allow us and the other businesses and organizations in our community to resume operations. 

Please stay safe and healthy in the coming weeks, and we hope that we’ll be back to creating art together very soon. 

Stay safe and healthy,

 

Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media

 

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March 25, 2020

 

Dear Friends of Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media,

At Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media we have been closely monitoring the news about COVID-19. It is our priority to keep students, instructors, and staff as safe as possible during these unprecedented times. It is with this in mind that we have made the difficult decision to push back our Spring 2020 term to begin the week of May 18th rather than April 6th. 

Unfortunately, with this difficult decision comes the need to cancel / reschedule our daytime adult programming that was planned for spring, as the new dates will overlap with our daytime youth and teen summer camp programming. We are committed to offering these canceled classes again in Fall 2020 or Winter 2021.

If you are currently registered for one of our spring classes, please extend your patience as we will contact individual classes directly as soon as possible to update you on the status of your spring class and explain your options to either remain enrolled with the new dates or receive a full refund.

We understand that this change might not work for everyone, and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The situation with COVID-19 is changing often, and we are committed to making decisions that we believe will keep our community safe, following the guidance of medical experts and government officials.

Stay safe and healthy,

 

Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media