SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO ASSIST IN OPERATIONS
Seeking Part Time Volunteers & Interns to assist in operations, marketing, social media, exhibition preparation and hosting.
Assist with educational programming at the Center and its programs, development and management of special events for Gallery, manage Public Relations listings and other PR tasks for exhibitions and events at the Center (Facebook and social media, etc), design PR flyers, invitations, notices, etc, for exhibitions and events, assist with exhibition installation and removal. Curatorial opportunities.
Part-time, Internship, all semesters. The SE Center for Photography is looking to fill an intern role available year round. Our internship program is available to college students and recent graduates. Interns will gain hands-on experience working with gallery owners and artists by assisting with day-to-day operations of the art gallery.
To volunteer at the SE Center or inquire about an internship, please complete the following.
You will be contacted for an interview.
Feel free to stop by Second Saturday Coffee to introduce yourself.
The SE Center Team
Founder and Director
Michael Pannier is an award winning fine art and commercial photographer now located in Greenville, SC. Previously based in Maryland, Michael has spent 30 years in photography, 20 years in the gallery and art world, and recently the rental studio business with Shoot at RED.
Relocating to South Carolina, The SE Center for Photography was born as an exhibition and education venue for fine photography. Currently he is in the process of establishing Palmetto Editions, a publisher of fine art photography portfolios and monographs, in Greenville.
Michael is represented in galleries across the country, a frequent exhibition juror and curator, portfolio reviewer, and speaker on the business of fine art photography. When not in South Carolina he can be found leading photographic expeditions in Death Valley and the Eastern Sierras.
Exhibition Director and Social Media Assistant
Danea Males grew up in Kilgore, Texas and earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce in 2008. She is a fine art photographer exploring the American landscape, looking to connect with cultures and societies that define the American experience.
Danea is also a photography and art appreciation professor, currently teaching for Spartanburg Community College. She recently moved to Clinton, South Carolina with her husband and pets. One of her recent achievements include her solo exhibition, Not My Home. You can see more examples of her work at her website, www.daneamales.com.