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Social Media Co-Chair

Job Description

This is a new position that will compliment the current Social Media Chair. They will receive the low-resolution images submitted with the Ceramic Showcase registration form, making sure they are properly named, categorized and archived on OPA’s google Drive. They will then create curated, bi-weekly carousel posts to Instagram & Facebook and schedule them using the OPA’s Meta Business Suite.


  • Computer savvy. Use with email, image transfer software/applications and Meta Business Suite.
  • Organization. Keep track of hundreds of images, renaming them (if necessary) and organizing them by artist name.
  • Photo editing. Lightly edit photos using software/applications - adjusting color and brightness where needed. Crop images and add artists’ names to the curated images. Adobe Photoshop knowledge is a plus!
  • Curation. An eye for curation requires higher standards for quality of work, salability, and photo composition.
  • Write. Each curated post needs engaging copy and hashtags to support each specific theme and drive the audience’s interest and attendance of the show.


  • Accounts on and experience using both Instagram and Facebook. An account with regular activity is preferred but not required.


  • Work with Ceramic Showcase communication liaison/registrar to make sure image transfer information is correct. 
  • Download all low-resolution images sent with Ceramic Showcase registration.
  • Rename any images lacking this syntax.
  • Select up to 4 images per artist and place them in their own artist folder. Image folders will be delivered to the social media co-chair via OPA’s google drive.
  • Create a content outline and posting schedule for curated post themes that feature participating artists with high quality work. The themes should reflect the variety of
  • ceramic work made by members as well as reasons for purchasing.
  • Post twice a week for 2 months leading up to opening day.

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