- A 10 - 15 hour per week commitment that requires experience with Tumblr blogging platform and familiarity with basic HTML. This is an unpaid position for the non-profit organization the Center for Sex and Culture.
- Post upcoming Center for Sex and Culture events to the website at http://sexandculture.org/ weekly.
- Perform maintenance as-needed for troubleshooting and general website functionality. Examples include: social media widget functionality, Google Calendar and Maps functionality, resolving technical problems associated with Tumblr platform.
- Adding and revising content as-needed to pages on the website, including Gallery updates and Links resources.
- Monitoring of Google Analytics, Webmaster Tools, and Feedburner statistics.
- Responsible for regular, secure back-up of post content and site HTML.
- Correspondence with staff and event presenters about upcoming events, news, and improvements to site functionality and aesthetics as-needed.
- Digital webmaster guidelines manual for best practices will be provided.
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Fairoaks Projects art show at CSC opens Friday June 7th
Help needed Monday, April 1st at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco! We need painters and volunteers to restore the Grace Alley Mural.
Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission St. (between 9th and 10th)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Lovely people! We need your help.
Our entire building has been attacked by mural-bombers! Huge tags have badly marred the Eclairacuda Bandersnatch mural on Grace Alley. The city has cited us, and we have to clean the tag off AND try to perserve Eclair’s wonderful work. Robert is calling for helpers on Monday, April 1. What better way to spend April Fool’s Day than by helping preserve the work of an important street artist?
Please come help if you’re availble! It will involve scrubbing, citrus solvent, and much camaraderie. Call time is 10am; I imagine we can still use your help if you can’t get there til later. We hope to have the artist present to help guide our work.
Thank you SO much! Please help us, and invite your friends too!
PS — If you can’t make it but want to help with a donation (we are going to need gallons of fixative to prevent this from happening again!):
The Mission of the Center for Sex & Culture is to provide judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing and informing issues of public policy and public health. Find out more at http://www.sexandculture.org/
The Center for Sex & Culture (http://www.sexandculture.org/) welcomes interns from colleges around the country and the world throughout the year to work with us. We encourage interns who are interested in bringing new ideas to the table, a strong interest in collaboration, and sex education experience.
Our social media intern position is a 10 to 15 hour per week commitment that requires experience with social media networks (especially Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr). E-mail us at email@example.com if interested.
Tasks for this position include:
- Posting social media updates in the form of news, event reminders, and relevant content curation across several networks: Facebook, FetLife, OPENLY, Tumblr, and Twitter.
- Developing and updating social media guidelines for current and future interns and staff.
- Implementing social media campaigns across networks for major events.
- Monitoring the web for mentions of the Center and associated organizations and people. Examples of monitoring tools include Tweetdeck, Google Alerts, and Google Analytics.
- Corresponding with staff and event presenters about upcoming events and news.
- Posting engaging content to the CSC blog athttp://sexandculture.tumblr.com/
Further information about internships at the Center for Sex and Culture can be found at http://www.sexandculture.org/intern
The CSC Library & Archive was asked to speak at EBABZ 2012 concerning zines in libraries. This is the slideshow presentation that was used. If anyone has any questions, or knows of valuable resources, or would like to donate their sex related zines to our library, please contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pledge $20 to the Center for Sex and Culture’s Grace Alley Mural project fundraiser on Offbeatr to receive a copy of Exhibitionism for the Shy autographed by famed author and CSC co-founder - Dr. Carol Queen Carol Queen! Only a few copies remain:
Center for Sex and Culture at 3rd Annual East Bay Alternative Book & Zine Fest
December 8th, 2012 · 10am - 5pm
Berkeley City College: 2050 Center St. Berkeley, CA
Center for Sex and Culture head librarian Anissa Malady and interning archivist Tess McCarthy will be appearing at EBABZ 2012 to highlight our zine holdings and discuss planned preservation and digitization of the collection, as well as to preview zine showcase and workshop, Bookish Beasts, coming to the Center April 14th, 2013. More info to come!
East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Fest:
About the Center for Sex and Culture Library and Archive:
The Center for Sex & Culture Library and Archive was born from, and is sustained by, donated collections of books, magazines, journals, zines, comics, dissertations, works of art, videos, memorabilia, and the personal papers of key members of the community. It is being cataloged by a team of dedicated volunteers and interns, under the supervision of Anissa Malady, MLIS.
The Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco is now accepting donations for the Grace Alley Mural Project on Offbeatr! Pledging $ leads to fabulous rewards. CSC is looking to raise $2000 by our deadline, December 23rd:
If this project interests you, please donate (registration is quick and easy), or pass it on! Must be 18 or older to visit above site.
Photo credit: Library Vixen
About the project:
The Center for Sex & Culture is in the process of conceptualizing and creating a public art project, the Grace Alley Mural Project, to be featured on the exterior of the Center for Sex & Culture building on the wall at Grace Alley. We have a team of our very own notorious and not so notorious muralists prepared to collaborate on this Mural, a highlight of San Francisco’s sexual history and culture. Our group of talented artists includes Eddie Colla, Finley Coyl, Amandalynn, Jeremy Novy and Éclair Acuda Bandersnatch. Their work on Grace Alley will pay homage to our city’s past sexual renegades, founders, activists and healers.
The Mural location is in an area of San Francisco that is a mix of nightlife, non-profits, neighborhood residential and mixed commerce — but it’s also an area in need of beautification to our Public Spaces. It will emphasize the good work of non-profit organizations centered around sex, enhance the good work we are doing here and let the surrounding community know we are an organization that plans to stay and grow in this neighborhood. Furthermore, the Mural will be a celebration of sexual knowledge and a piece of the open dialogues San Francisco have begun to speak with the world about.
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The Center for Sex and Culture provides a judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum.
From our San Francisco home we promote creativity, information and healthy sexual knowledge.
Blog posts are curated by Center for Sex and Culture interns and staff members, including event reminders, news about events at other organizations, and media content curated from other Tumblr sites with source attribution when available. If you would like to contact us about content removal, please e-mail email@example.com.
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