The Community Heroes public art project will be back in Commodore Barry Park and Fort Greene Park in summer 2023!
This person may be included in a public art project in Commodore Barry Park or Fort Greene Park.
Please fill out this form to indicate how you would like to contribute. We will be in touch when there is an opportunity to work together!
OVERVIEW Friends of Commodore Barry Park is seeking a paid part-time story producer for the annual Community Heroes project which highlights everyday heroes who have nurtured and strengthened the surrounding community. Community Heroes Fort Greene is a collaboration between Friends of Commodore Barry Park, Fort Greene Park Conservancy and Photoville. Learn more about the project: communityheroes.nyc/projects/fort-greene/ Expected Start Date: Apr 10, 2023 Time Frame: 7 weeks (Early April - June) Hours: 60 hours total (roughly 8 - 10 hours per week) Exact schedule will depend on the timing of the photo and interview sessions. Hourly Rate: $25/hour This position will report directly to the members of Friends of Commodore Barry Park. To apply: Send a resume and coverletter to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 13, 2023. SKILLS REQUIRED FOR A STRONG CANDIDATE: Strong organization: scheduling, digital file management Clear and friendly communication Platforms: Google Docs, Zoom, Dropbox Proximity is a core value of this project, so applicants who live, work, or have a relationship with Fort Greene will be prioritized. ROLE DETAILS: The Story Producer role will begin after the 6 heroes for Commodore Barry Park 2023 have been selected, and span until each hero’s portrait and stories have been created. [...]
Thank you to Carey Wagner for creating a video to honor the 6 Fort Greene Park Community Heroes for 2022!
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council. Special thanks to the NYC Green Relief and Recovery Fund for the support of this program.